The MSHSAA Class 1 Girls Golf Championship is becoming a nightmare for organizers. The first day of the two day event was pushed back two hours due to cold weather and threat of frost.
The delay caused some golfers to be unable to complete the first round on Monday. MSHSAA has stated the eight remaining groups will tee off Tuesday at 8:30am to finish the round. A decision on Route 2 will be made after the opening round is finished.
For Chillicothe, day one had it’s shares of ups and downs. The Lady Hornets are currently in seventh place in the team standings with a team score of 435. Springfield Catholic is first followed by John Burroughs one stroke back and MICDS third just four strokes off of the pace.
For Chillicothe, Hallie Jones shot a 102 for tied for 46th place. Jones shot par on holes 1, 4, 10 and 14, shooting 51 on the front and 51 on the back.
Riley Brobst shot a 104, good for tie for 51st place, shooting par on hole 17, shooting a 52 on the front and the same on the back nine.
Maddie Lamp shot par on hole 13 and finished with a 113 on day one. Gabby Hapes shot a 116 while Hannah Haakonstad shot a 124.
Other KCHI area golfers competing individually include Sam Cornelius of Hamilton tied for 4th place with an 84, four strokes off the leader from Springfield Catholic. Werthen Gass of Trenton is at 28th place with one hole to go in the first round.
Ally Johnson of Gallatin is tied for 49th with a 103. Brookfield’s Laken Sattman is tied for 51st with a 104 with two holes remaining.
Brookfield’s Demi Downey is at 109 through Hole 15.