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The Carthage Press
  • Frost, Tigers beat Webb City in first girls' golf match

  • Senior Kelsey Frost led the way with a 41 in the Carthage girls’ golf team’s first match of the year Wednesday, a win against Webb City.
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  • Senior Kelsey Frost led the way with a 41 in the Carthage girls’ golf team’s first match of the year Wednesday, a win against Webb City.
    Playing at Briarbrook in Carl Junction, Frost posted the low score of the day as Carthage finished with a team score of 177. Webb City shot 240.
    Senior Katie Griffiths shot 43, senior Abbey Catron followed at 46 and senior Elizabeth Poe shot 47. Kenya Medlock shot 56, and Kimberly Sager 51.
    “Kelsey and Katie both played really good,” head coach Lowell Catron said. “They had a lot of pars and that helps. I believe Kelsey had five pars. That’s what we always talk about – bogeys and pars. Bogeys won’t kill you, pars are really going to help, it’s doubles, triples and higher that really hurt. I think Katie just had one bad hole, other than that she played really well. Our team score I was really happy with. I’d say that’s a pretty good score for us.”
    Emma Outhout paced the Cardinals, shooting 53. Bethany Montgomery and Chloe Pittman each shot 62, and Darcie Land shot 63. Webb City played without its No. 2 player, who was sick.
    “It was a good first match to get under our belt before we have our first tournament on Friday,” Catron said.
    The Tigers will be at the Nevada Invitational then.

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