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  • Monday, September 19, 2016 4:00 AM

    Lebanon, 343; North Montgomery, 399; Western Boone, 401; Southmont, 456; Attica, 463; Crawfordsville, 467; North Putnam, 474; Seeger, 502

    Crawfordsville: Olivia Grady, 93; Brittany Snyder, 118; Madison Greer, 123; Georgia Kincaid,  133 North Montgomery: Megan Douglas, 92; Scout Groves, 101; Taylor Miller, 98; Jaycee Walden, 108; Chloe Maxwell, 115 Southmont: Bailey Thompson, 108; Erin Williams, 110; Carson White, 120; Lexi Rusk, 118; Mandy Rodgers, 177

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  • Thursday, September 15, 2016 4:00 AM
    Crawfordsville: Olivia Grady, 46; Brittany Snyder, 58; Georgia Kincaid, 57; Madison Green; 59 North Montgomery: Megan Douglas, 44 (Medalist); Scout Groves, 50; Taylor Miller, 47; Jaycee Walden, 55; Chloe Maxwell, 57; Aryn Groves, 65 Southmont:Bailey Thompson, 49; Erin Williams, 55; Carson White, 54; Lexi Rusk, 64; Mandy Rodgers, 71
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  • Thursday, August 18, 2016 4:35 AM
    The Southmont girls golf team recorded their first win of the 2016 campaign with a 12-stroke victory over South Putnam.
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  • Tuesday, August 16, 2016 7:00 AM
    Unable to muster enough golfers in 2015 to build a team, Southmont failed to put a girl’s golf team on the course for the first time in the program's tenure.
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  • A Ruby in the rough at Southmont
    Wednesday, November 05, 2014 3:01 PM
    Just 18 months after taking up golf, Heather Ruby proved she was the best in the county.

    Through her consistence, she earned the honor of being named the Montgomery County Golfer of the Year

    "Heather has played golf for only 18 months and became our No. 1 golfer this year," Southmont head coach Kayla Cooper said. "Heather has accomplished a lot in that short amount of time. She has an exceptional character and good sportsmanship. Even when she is playing the worst match of her life no one around would know it until the scores came in. She always tries to find the best in everything, but has a great competitive spirit."

    Ruby, who qualified for the regional as both a junior and senior. Ruby said that getting back as a senior was one of her favorite memories.

    "I wanted to get back to the regional and break 90 and shoot into the 80s this season," Ruby told The Paper.

    Ruby didn't quite break into the 80s. Her lowest round of the year came in the sectional where she shot a 90. It was just behind the three 88s posted by North Montgomery's top golfers.
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  • Wednesday, November 05, 2014 3:00 PM
    Joining Heather Ruby on the Montgomery County All-County Girls Golf team are three Chargers and two Athenians.

    Kennedy Bonwell, Abbey Woodard and Megan Douglas represent North Montgomery on the All-County team.

    Bonwell, a Golfer of the Year candidate, was second at the Montgomery County meet behind Ruby, she shot a county-best 96 at the Sagamore Athletic Conference meet and, along with Woodard and Douglas, shot an 88 at the sectional to help North Montgomery advance as a team.

    The 88 for Woodard at the sectional was a personal best for her. She also made second team All-Conference. Douglas, a freshman, was on the All-Conference team by virtue of finishing fourth at the conference meet with a 93.

    Regina Go and Shania Harrison are the Athenians garnering honors.
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  • Golf season wraps up
    Sunday, September 28, 2014 7:23 PM
    GREENWOOD-The girls' golf season has come to an end for teams from Montgomery County and the Sagamore Athletic Conference. North Montgomery, Lebanon and Southmont's Heather Ruby competed at the Roncalli Regional Saturday, held at Smock Golf Course.

    Carmel won the event with a score of 312. North Montgomery was 16th with a team score of 403. Lebanon was 12th at 366.

    Ruby finished the day shooting a 90.

    The Chargers were led by Kennedy Bonwell's 89. The magic of three 88s that they had at the sectional was not to be had this week. Megan Douglas was the only other Charger to stay under 100 with her 94.
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  • Chargers, Ruby advance
    Sunday, September 21, 2014 5:37 PM
    It was the performance of a lifetime. And for it, they'll play another week.

    The North Montgomery girls' golf team shot the best round they've every shot at the Crawfordsville sectional and advanced with a third-place finish. The round of 365 was better than the previous best (set in 2012) by one stroke. The Chargers tied Lebanon for second place with the score and the Tigers won the fifth-golfer tie breaker.

    Zionsville won the event with a team score of 332. Southmont was fourth at 407 and Crawfordsville was seventh at 474.

    The Chargers got 88s from their top three golfers: Kennedy Bonwell, Abbey Woodard and Megan Douglas.

    "We didn't really have a number in mind. We focused on the mental side. We wanted to focus on hitting a good shot, one shot at a time. Focus on your gameplan for that shot and execute it," North Montgomery head coach Mark Shadiow said. "Smock is a lot longer than this course. It's a different layout, different type of course. We'll work on our long approach shots and putting on the bigger greens."
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  • North wins county golf
    Wednesday, September 17, 2014 7:00 PM
    North Montgomery won the Montgomery County golf championship Wednesday night. They edged Southmont by just a stroke, 206-207. Crawfordsville shot a 235. Heather Ruby was the medalist for Southmont with a 43.

    "We didn't play well tonight. We still had too many big numbers on several holes and struggled with the large greens," North Montgomery head coach Mark Shadiow said. "Hopefully we can put in the hard work the next couple of nights that will be necessary to get some better scores at the sectional Saturday. Winning the county title is always a goal of ours, so we are definitely happy to get away with a win over two teams that played tough tonight."
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  • Chargers 2nd at SAC
    Sunday, September 14, 2014 7:21 PM
    Temperatures were lower than they have been and scores were higher.

    That was the story of the Sagamore Athletic Conference girls' golf meet on Saturday at the Crawfordsville Country Club.

    After a long day of battling the conditions and the course, Lebanon went home as the winner thanks to a low round of 354. North Montgomery was second at 411. Southmont took fourth with a team score of 430 and Crawfordsville rounded out the county teams with a 465 for sixth place.

    "We'll take second for sure. We knew Lebanon was going to be tough to beat. Megan (Douglas) played really well. She had 10 5s in a row," Charger mentor Mark Shadiow said. "We were hoping our scores would be a little lower than that. We were hoping we would be in the 300s. Before the sectional we need to eliminate our huge numbers. Seems like every girl has two or three just really big numbers. We have to minimize the damage."
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  • Thursday, September 11, 2014 7:42 PM
    DARLINGTON-North Montgomery got a warm up for the conference meet with a triangle affair Thursday night. The Chargers beat Western Boone (199) and Danville (222) with their score of 197.

    Abbey Woodard was the medalist with a 43. Teammate Kennedy Bonwell was right behind her with a 49 and Megan Douglas stayed low with a 49.

    "We didn't bring our best stuff tonight. But it was good experience for the girls to play in the cold since we are supposed to have similar temperatures for conference on Saturday," head coach Mark Shadiow said. "I think the girls played better than their scores indicated tonight. We struggled a bit on the greens but seemed to be hitting the ball pretty well overall."

    North Montgomery is now 7-5 on the year and is 4-1 against Sagamore Athletic Conference opponents.

    North Montgomery 197, Western Boone 199, Danville 222

    NM Individuals Abbey Woodard (medalist) 43, Kennedy Bonwell 45, Megan Douglas 49, Scout Groves 60

    Ruby Medalist

    WEST LEBANON-Southmont was second in a four-team golf meet Thursday. Their top golfer, Heather Ruby, was medalist with a 44.
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  • Tuesday, September 09, 2014 7:26 PM
    ROACHDALE-The Southmont girls golf team topped North Putnam 197-224 Tuesday night.

    As has been the case most of the season for the Mounties, Heather Ruby led the way. She carded a 45. Natalee Brann had a nice round with a 47 and Stazia Mikalik stayed lowed with a 49.
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  • Thursday, September 04, 2014 7:28 PM
    DARLINGTON-A preview of this month's Montgomery County meet was had on Thursday at Rocky Ridge. North Montgomery played host to McCutcheon and Southmont. It was the Mavs that came out on top with a team score of 181, but North Montgomery edged Southmont 184-198.

    Heather Ruby took medalist honors for Southmont with a 42. Chargers Kennedy Bonwell and Abbey Woodard were right behind her with 43s and Megan Douglas had the third-best Charger score with a 45.

    Natalee Brann added a 49 for Southmont.
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  • Tuesday, September 02, 2014 7:09 PM
    The Southmont girls' golf team played host to South Vermillion and Cloverdale Tuesday. South Vermillion won the meet with 199. Southmont was second at 201, ahead of Cloverdale at 237.

    Heather Ruby led the Mounties with a 47. Stazia Mikalik also broke 50 with her 49. Natalee Brann (52) and Jordan Grino (53) rounded out the scoring effort for the Mounties.

    Southmont will play host to McCutcheon and North Montgomery on Thursday.
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  • Thursday, August 28, 2014 7:16 PM
    The Southmont girls' golf team got another solid team performance and another outstanding performance from their No. 1, Heather Ruby. Southmont shot a 188 to beat Greencastle (202) and Cascade (214). Ruby was medalist with a 40.

    "It was the first home match for us and I'm very proud of the scores that came in tonight," head coach Kayla Cooper said. "Heather Ruby was low medalist and Beth and Stazia came in with great scores tonight. We will continue to improve on our short game on and around the green."

    Beth Bielecki also broke 50 with a 48. Natalee Brann and Stazia Mikalik each shot a 50.
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