Golf: LCC women means forward at state – The Lima Information

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Golf: LCC girls way ahead at state - The Lima News


COLUMBUS — On the best way to the massive aim Lima Central Catholic’s women golf group reached one other aim on the primary day of the Division II state match on Friday.

Really, they reached it then exceeded it.

LCC, which is making an attempt to win its third consecutive state championship, shot a 310 group rating, a Division II state match report. The earlier report was the 318 the Thunderbirds and Marlington had on the primary day of final yr’s match.

That 310 put LCC 30 strokes forward of second-place Columbus Faculty for Ladies. Shaker Heights Laurel was third with a 346 and Kettering Alter was fourth at 352.

That is the fourth yr in a row LCC has performed within the state match at Ohio State’s Grey Course.

So, they’re accustomed to the course and what they’ll do there. Throughout a follow on Wednesday on the Shawnee Nation membership, senior Erin Mulcahy prompt a 315 could be a superb goal rating on Friday.

“I simply knew, including up what all of our women might shoot and what they’re able to doing, 315 appeared like a superb quantity,” she stated.

LCC coach Dan Reinicke stated, “We talked about simply going out and taking part in our recreation the best way we’ve been taking part in all yr. We did nicely with our aim and that’s all we have been is taking part in for our aim. It didn’t matter what anyone else did, we have been going to shoot for that.”

Mary Kelly Mulcahy led the Thunderbirds with a three-over-par 73 on Friday. Erin Mulcahy shot a 75 and Emma Mayers had an 80. Bridget Mulcahy’s 82 gave LCC 4 golfers within the Division II prime 15. No. 5 participant Carlie VanMeter’s 87 ranked twenty third out of the 72 gamers within the match.

Mayer’s 80 was three strokes away from her profession greatest 77, and a 12-stroke enchancment over the 92 she shot on the primary day of the state match final yr.

“I got here right here and needed to do higher than I did final yr. That was my aim,” she stated. “My placing was good on the entrance 9 and my iron putting has improved since final yr. And I can drive it farther. Total, all the things was higher than final yr.

“I really feel like all we care about is taking part in in opposition to the course and we don’t actually fear about competitors. So we simply play our greatest and we’ll see what comes out,” Mayers stated.

Again-to-back state championships in 2019 and 2018, together with a third-place end in 2017 have helped construct that degree of confidence.

We’ve performed right here for 4 years in a row so the nerves have undoubtedly settled. We’re simply going out to simply play what we usually do,” Erin Mulcahy stated.

Mary Kelly Mulcahy stated, “I couldn’t ask for extra from our group right here. Arising and performing that nicely at state is one thing that now we have at all times tried to do.”

LCC’s ultimate step towards a 3rd straight state championship will start this morning. The Thunderbirds’ tee instances are 9:50, 10:00, 10:10, 10:20 and 10:30.

St. Henry’s Ellen Naumann, taking part in as a person, shot a 76 and is tied for fourth among the many gamers not on a group.

Division III boys

Lima Central Catholic’s boys golf group was seventh with a 348 group rating after the primary day of the Division III state match on the NorthStar Golf Membership in Sunbury.

Canton Central Catholic led the group standings with a 300. Minster was ninth at 362 and Delphos St. John’s was twelfth with a 377.

Parker Judy’s 81 led the Thunderbirds. Alex Wisser shot 83, Ross Otto had an 88 and Casey Koenig had a 96. No. 5 participant Brady Koenig shot a 105.

Joseph Magoto’s 85 was the low rating for Minster. Brady Hoelscher had an 89 and Ray Purdy and Eric Schmidt shot 94. No. 5 participant Nathan Beair had a 98.

Jack Gerker led St. John’s with an 85. Jeffrey Odenweller had a 91, Collin Feathers a 93 and Caden Wright a 108. No. 5 participant Nathan Gable shot 112. Allen East’s Zach Miller, taking part in as a person, shot 81.

Lima Central Catholic’s Mary Kelly Mulcahy watches her shot from the fourth tee throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Ladies Division II Golf State Event at Ohio State’s Grey Course. See extra state match images at LimaScores.com.

Lima Central Catholic’s Erin Mulcahy watches her shot from the fourth tee throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Ladies Division II Golf State Event at Ohio State’s Grey Course.

Lima Central Catholic’s Parker Judy performs his shot from the ninth tee throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Boys Division III State Event at NorthStar Golf Membership in Sunbury.

Jack Gerker from Delphos St. John’s watches his shot from the primary tee throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Boys Division III State Event at NorthStar Golf Membership in Sunbury.

Allen East’s Zach Miller watches his shot from the second tee throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Boys Division III State Event at NorthStar Golf Membership in Sunbury.

Lima Central Catholic’s Emma Mayers watches her shot from the second tee throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Ladies Division II Golf State Event at Ohio State’s Grey Course.

Lima Central Catholic’s Bridget Mulcahy watches her shot from the second tee throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Ladies Division II Golf State Event at Ohio State’s Grey Course.

St. Henry’s Ellen Naumann putts on the fourth inexperienced throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Ladies Division II Golf State Event at Ohio State’s Grey Course.

Lima Central Catholic’s Carlie VanMeter chips onto the primary inexperienced throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Ladies Division II Golf State Event at Ohio State’s Grey Course.

Lima Central Catholic’s Alex Wisser performs his second shot on the ninth gap throughout Friday’s first spherical of the Boys Division III State Event at NorthStar Golf Membership in Sunbury.

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