The Washington Golf Lady Jays came very close to wrapping up a conference championship on Tuesday.
Playing at Wolf Hollow Golf Club, the Lady Jays shot a total of 388 to place third in the GAC North-Central tournament.
ft. Zumwalt South won the tournament with a 379. Holt finished second with 384.
Head coach Adam Fischer reported that in combination with the conference’s double scores during the season, Washington was only four shots away from winning the title.
“We had a real shot at winning the tag team title for the GAC this year and we just couldn’t string together enough good holes together as a group today,” Fischer said. “Ella Martin and Isabella Fitzgerald really played to the standards they set for us all season, but they just didn’t get the help they needed from their teammates. shots to be overall conference champions for the first time in school history.
Viviana Boix de Holt was the individual champion with a score of 81, 10 over par.
ft. Ava LaPosha of Zumwalt South was second at 84 and Cameron Bollinger of Holt was third at 89.
Martin led Washington, ranking fourth with 93 hits.
Fitzgerald carded a 97 to finish sixth.
Molly Buschmann tied for seventh with Zumwalt South’s Noelle Jackson at 98 shots.