The Paper photo by Lori Poteet
Megan Douglas achieved first team all-conference after Saturday’s meet.
The Paper photo by Lori Poteet Megan Douglas achieved first team all-conference after Saturday’s meet.

What does it take to win a conference meet? 86 strokes and a heck of a game.

Kennedy Bonwell’s clubs were on fire Saturday. Stroke after stroke left her at the lowest score of all eight teams along with the medal.

Lebanon’s Allison Goodwin fell three strokes behind Bonwell at an 89. However, Lebanon’s team got their revenge from the last time North and Lebanon saw each other. The Tigers took the trophy at a low score of 362, 26 strokes ahead of North.

“Obviously we wanted to win and that didn’t happen,” Coach Cooper Tarter said. “I was very proud of how they played but now we know what we have to work on for sectionals.”

Tarter added that he was extremely proud of Bonwell as medalist and also for both Bonwell and Megan Douglas getting first team all-conference for the second year in a row.

“Megan has a full year left to play and hopefully this jumpstarts her addiction to the game,” Tarter said.

Kristen Glass and Abbey Woodard made second team all-conference both shooting a 101.

Olivia Grady for Crawfordsville shot close behind at a 106 with Shania Harrison at 112. The team overall came in last at 542.

Frankfort, Danville, Tri-West, and Western Boone filled the third through seventh spots, respectively.

After finishing seventh last year, Frankfort had two golfers get second-team all-conference. Danville had a first-team all-conference and Tri-West hosts a second-team all-conference golfer. 

The two Montgomery County schools will clash Wednesday at Rocky Ridge to determine the county champion.