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Flyers Stand out at Conference Play

Pictured from left to right: Mila Snowert (12), Reese Reinhardt (11), Audrey Scarpace (11), Madison Keating (9), Brooke McKenney (12). The 5 competitors at conference at Crescent Farms on Tuesday, October 3rd with their medals for placing in the top 15 in the whole tournament.
Pictured from left to right: Mila Snowert (12), Reese Reinhardt (11), Audrey Scarpace (11), Madison Keating (9), Brooke McKenney (12). The 5 competitors at conference at Crescent Farms on Tuesday, October 3rd with their medals for placing in the top 15 in the whole tournament.

The girls golf team has been tremendously successful this season. A team of talent from all grade levels, the Lindbergh Varsity Girls Golf Team is celebrating their accomplishments. The team had just finished the regular season undefeated and headed into conference play on Tuesday, October 3rd with high hopes. They traveled out to Eureka to Crescent Farms in order to showcase their skills.

The Suburban Conference Red Pool Tournament at Crescent Farms was a match between various high schools in the St. Louis area: Lindbergh, Mehlville, Northwest, Oakville, Fox, Seckman, Parkway South and Parkway West. Lindbergh had an overall score of 341 and placed second in the tournament, with all competitors placing in the top 15 and earning medals.

Senior Mila Snowert shot a solid round on Tuesday. She placed 11th, with 89 total strokes. Snowert reflects on her team and their accomplishments: “Sometimes that pressure makes it hard to stay consistent, so all of us buckling down and placing in the top 15 is super exciting. There has never been a tournament where all of our team medals, so yesterday was super special.”

Similarly, junior Audrey Scarpace was one of three Lindbergh players that medaled in the top 10. She shot within eight strokes of her average and placed 9th overall. “The team this year has a different feel than it has in the past years. We are very much a team, and motivate each other more than we ever have. Even though Varsity is made up of all different grade levels, we all feel like a family,” Scarpace stated.

Other members of the team that competed were freshman Madison Keating, junior Reese Reinhardt, and senior Brooke McKenney. All five competitors medaling in the top 15 set a Lindbergh Girls Golf Record, which is also the 3rd record set for the team in this season alone. Coach Michael Tyler has high hopes for his team as they head into districts next week. Good luck ladies and let’s get to state!

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