Catholic girls golf team has registered an impressive Class 1 state tournament 2019 win by 117 strokes. Headed by the main coach Frank Gallant, the team worked extremely hard after the last year’s state title loss to clinch this year’s title. The team assembled at Fremont Hilly Country Club Golf Course on the last Monday and Tuesday for the competition with Father Tolton High.
On Monday, Catholic posted a total of 320 in the first round of play whereas Father Tolton High set 369. The 49 strokes better than the latter helped Catholic to take a lead on the second day. The second day for Catholic team stood at 308 which took the two day total at 628. The runner up team, Father Tolton scored 376 on their second round of play to end their two-day play at 745.
After the win, the Irish coach Frank Gallant expressed his happiness over the convincing win of his team by 117 strokes. While appreciating the efforts of the entire team, he explained the intense hark work each member of the Irish team did to prepare for the state tournament 2019. In addition to this win, the Irish senior Kayla Pfitzner also registered a win in the state championship to clinch back to back individual titles. Pfitzner scored a two-day total of 146 to win the 2019 individual state title.
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