Homestead Cruises To Warsaw Invite Title
Homestead played Stonehenge like its home course, shooting a mind-numbing one-over 283 to blow away the competition. The Spartans’ Madison Dabagia shot a five-under 66 for the day to earn medalist honors.
NorthWood was second in the team standings with a 340, followed by Warsaw at 360 among the nine full teams in play.
For the Panthers, Cybil Stillson kept pace with Dabagia with a 33 on the front side, but shot a 35 on the back to end at 68, still three-under for the tournament and the future home of the Warsaw Sectional in a month. Breanna Goss had an 80 to place sixth overall, Riley Kitson had an 89 and Bella Sechrist a 103 to conclude the team scoring.
Warsaw had an 88 from Marie Frazzetta to lead the way, followed closely by a 90 from Olivia Robinson-Gay and 91s from Abbey Peterson and Delaney Byron. Abigail Davis had a 102 as the fifth score.
Valley Seventh At Rochester Invite
Tippecanoe Valley landed seventh among teams at Saturday morning’s Rochester Invite.
Valley shot a 386, led by 90s from Kaydence Mellott and Madelyn Weaver. Molly Moriarty had a 102 and Lily Ault a 104 as the four scorers. Cheney Canada finished at 108 as the fifth score.
Culver Academy shot a 322 to win the team title and Penn’s Delaney Wade finished at 73 to finish as tournament medalist.
Wawasee was involved in the invite but did not report its scores.