MORAVIA — The Moravia girls' golf team hosted a home quadrangular meet at The Preserve on Friday night.
Moravia took home the team honors recording a 247 on nine holes.
"We played three girls tonight that never played a high school meet before," stated Moravia head coach Darin Fischer. "It was a learning experience."
Individual honors went to Rileigh Brink from Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont and Reagan Dowdy from Moravia who each shot a 52 in the nine-hole event. In third was Kynser Reed from Melcher Dallas with a 53 on the course.
Moravia next competes at the Centerville Invitational on Tuesday. The Mohawks will host meets on Thursday, Apr. 15, and Friday, Apr. 16.
At the Preserve Course
Yardage: 2,640; Par 36
Team Scores: 1. Moravia 247, 2. Wayne 275, 3. Melcher-Dallas 280.
Rileigh Brink, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont, 52
Reagan Dowdy, Moravia, 52
Kynser Reed, Melcher-Dallas, 53
Mandi Rist, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont, 58
Clara Ballanger, Moravia, 58
Kenna Nickell, Wayne, 59
Abbigal Cox, Wayne, 64
Jocelyn Vande Wall, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont, 65
Abby Clark, Wayne, 67
Emma Heaberlin, Melcher-Dallas, 74
Casyn Reed, Melcher-Dallas, 74
Halley Kirkpatrick, Moravia, 79
Alyse Wadle, Melcher-Dallas, 79
Elizabeth Cremeens, Moravia, 83
Calista Cremeens, Moravia, 85
Tara McCaslin, Wayne, 85