Vikes working on consistency
Thursday, May 02, 2013 3:06 AM
The Decorah girls golf team is working to find the most consistent team possible.
Alison Schwartzhoff fired a 65 Monday. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)
Getting the chance to split the team and see what they can do, the Vikings took on Caledonia Monday night at Oneota.
With 10 linksters averaging similar scores, Head Coach Scott Pierce divided the team into two teams of five, calling one red and one blue.
Caledonia won the meet with a 220. The Decorah red team shot a 226 while the blue team had a 231.
Talia Raddatz earned the co-medalist honor along with Caledonia's Katie Meyer, with both carding a 52. Also playing on the red team were Chloe Gossling, 56; Ashley Gulrud, 59; Courtney Robinson, 59; and Alison Schwartzhoff, 65.
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