Central girls golf season ends

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By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

The Central girls golf team finished seventh at the second round of regionals played at Wapsi Oaks Golf Course near Wheatland on May 24. 

 

Grundy Center won the meet, and Durant finished second, moving on to state. Central shot a 492. 

 

The medalist for the match was Maddy Streicher from Edgewood-Colesburg with an 81, and the runner up medalist was Abby Lindeman from Grundy Center, who shot an 84. 

 

Central scores were Madison Sylvester with a 118, Alexis Fettkether shot a 121, Makayla Erickson finished with a 126, Sophia Keppler shot a 127 and Haley Frieden ended the round with a 137. 

 

While Fettkether played pretty well in both rounds, the rest of the Warriors played the front or back nine well, but struggled with the other nine holes.

 

Coach Jamie Rodenberg said the girls had a fantastic season, going 4-3 in dual meets, placing fifth at conference and finishing second in the first round of regionals. 

 

“These girls came a long ways since our first practice on March 18. They have all amazed coach Smith and I at different times this season,” Rodenberg said. “Madison Sylvester has earned many medals in her career at Central since she was a freshman. More importantly, she was a great help to our first year golfers this season. Madison will be missed greatly, but we wish her the best, and we know she will be successful. All our other girls have picked up valuable experience for the future, and that should help the team as a whole.”

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