STATE CENTER — The PCM girls’ golf team continued its season with a second place finish in the Class 3A Region 2A tournament May 15.
The Mustangs, led by senior Bre Maher and junior Sabrina Reed, shot a 395 and bested third place East Marshall by 39 shots.
Carroll Kuemper Catholic won the meet with a 373.
The top two teams and first five individual finishers advanced to the 3A Region 2A final round, which takes place on May 22 at 5x80 Golf Course in Menlo.
Maher won medalist honors with an 84. She had seven pars in her round at the Par 72 Lincoln Valley Golf Course.
Reed also would have advanced to the final round if the Mustangs’ team did not advance. Reed was third overall with a 90.
Junior Madeline Mitchell carded a 105 and finished 12th.
The final counting score was sophomore Mack Bussan, who shot a 116.
Sophomore Lexi Reed shot a 119 as a non-counting score and freshman Alexis Dross carded a non-counting 123.
After East Marshall was host West Marshall (438) followed by Roland-Story (448), Southeast Valley (475) and Collins-Maxwell/Baxter (490). North Polk did not have enough golfers for a team score.
Kuemper Catholic had three of the top five golfers and four of the top seven.
Alison Schweers was the runner-up medalist behind Maher with an 87.
Mustangs win Colfax-Mingo Girls Invitational
COLFAX — Placing three golfers in the top four, PCM cruised to the team title at the Colfax-Mingo Girls Invitational on May 12 at the Par 36 Colfax Country Club.
Maher won medalist honors, Mitchell was the runner-up and Sabrina Reed finished fourth as the Mustangs shot a 204 and won by 20 strokes.
CMB put its top three golfers in the top seven. The Raiders, led by junior Brynne Pritchard, shot a 224 in second.
Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont shot a 237 in third and host Colfax-Mingo was fourth with a 240.
“It was a great way to end our regular season,” PCM coach Val Edwards said.
Maher won the tournament with a 44. Mitchell was five shots back with a 49 and Reed shot a 52 in fourth.
The final counting score of 59 came from junior Ellie Steenhoek, and Bussan (61) and Lexi Reed (62) had non-counting scores.