2017-2018 Varsity Girls Golf Schedule

Varsity Girls Golf
Coaches:  Andy Carpenter (Head Coach); Kylie Kern (JV Coach)
Seniors Junions Sophomores Freshmen
Sydney Murphy
Abigail Van Horn
Hanna Glendenning
Madelina Harris
Mackenzie Smith
Emily Fuller
Kiah Parrott
Haley Salinas
Molly Mavrick

Time Score
July 31
Harrison Invite (T)
9:00 am
Kokomo took 5th place in the 10-team invitational. Kokomo shot 380.
Aug. 5
KHS Invite (H)
1:30 pm
Kiah Parrott took medalist honors with her 70 and helped the Wildkats take 2nd place in their own invitational. She also set a school record with her 3-under. Molly Mavrick shot 88, Sydney Murphy had a 94 and Mackenzie Smith had a 100.
Aug. 7
Lafayette Central Catholic (T)
4:00 pm
Aug. 8
Logansport (T)
4:30 pm
(W) 185-217

Kiah shot an even-par 36. Murphy had a 40, Madie Harris shot 50 and Haley Salinas had a 53.
Aug. 9
Madison-Grant (H)
5:00 pm
(W) 191-204
Kiah Parrott won medalist honors with her 3-over 39. Sydney Murphy had a 45, Haley Salinas had a 52 and Mackenzie Smith shot a 55.
Aug. 12
Western Invite @ Chippendale
1:00 pm
Kokomo was 10th with a team score of 366.
Aug. 14
Marion (H)
5:30 pm
(W) 175-216
Kiah Parrott won medalist honors with her 36. Sydney Murphy fired a 43, Mackenzie Smith had a 47 and Madie Harris had a 49.
Aug. 21
Taylor (T)
3:30 pm
(W) 181-243
Kiah Parrott was medalist again with a one-under-par 35. Sydney Murphy came in with a 48, and Haley Salinas shot a 47. Mackenzie Smith rounded out the varsity score with a 51. The other two scores from varsity were Molly Mavrick’s 52 and
Madie Harris shooting a 63.
​Coach Carpenter
Aug. 28
McCutcheon (T)
5:00 pm
(L) 170-178
Aug. 30
Northwestern (T)
4:30 pm
(L) 176-191
The girls played at Green Acres last night and lost to Northwestern 176-191. We turn right around and take on our sister team Tipton tonight at Kokomo Country Club.

Leading us last night and the Low Medalist was Kiah Parrott. She shot a 4-over 40.

The next three low scores to round out the varsity score were Sydney Murphy and Haley Salinas shooting 50s and Molly Mavrick shooting a 51.
​Coach Carpenter
Sept. 1
Tipton (H)
4:30 pm
(W) 181-203
Sept. 2
Lady Bronco Invite @ Battleground
1:00 pm
Kiah Parrott led the Wildkats with her 77 as the team finished in seventh place with a team score of 365. Haley Salinas and Molly Mavrick both shot 94 and Sydney Murphy shot 100.
Sept. 6
Western-Eastern @ Chippendale
4:00 pm
Rained out. Will not be made up.
Sept. 7
Noblesville (H)
4:00 pm
(W) 176-181
The last time we beat them was 2011. It was a great match to lead us into the NCC tournament on Monday.

Leading the crew last night was Kiah Parrott with a one over 37. She was once again the low medalist of the match.

Sydney Murphy came in with a 44. She had a great night putting. She only had 14 putts. Molly Mavrick came in with a 46. Haley Salinas shot a 49. Mackenzie Smith shot a 52. Madie Harris had a 56. Abby Van Horn shot a 59.
​Coach Carpenter
Sept. 9
North Central Conference
9:00 am
We came into the tournament ranked third and came out in third place. Lafayette Jeff took the title this year with a 315.

Other placings and scores were:
2. Richmond 344
3. Kokomo 360
4. Harrison 362
5. Muncie Central 362
6. McCutcheon 379
7. Logansport 403
8. Anderson 463
9. Marion 491

Kiah Parrott tied for first with a 7-over-77, but was unable to sink her birdie putt on the first hole of the playoff. She ended up with second place. With this score, she made the all-conference team.

The other ladies had great days also:
Sydney Murphy shot a 90.
Molly Mavrick had a 96.
Mackenzie Smith had a 97
Haley Salinas shot 101.
Coach Carpenter
Sept. 12
Maconaquah (H)
4:30 pm
Kokomo 173
Maconaquah 206
Eastern 228
Alexandria 246
Kiah Parrott was medalist with an even par 37. Sydney Murphy celebrated her last match of her high school career with a 44, and Haley Salinas had a great round and shot a 43. Molly Mavrick and Mackenzie Smith both shot 49s.
​Coach Carpenter
Sept. 15 IHSAA Sectional @ Western 9:00 am The LadyKats stepped up to the challenge Friday and scored well. We placed a solid 2nd with a score of 358 to advance to Regionals. We were only 19 strokes behind Western, the Sectional winners.

We were led by with an outstanding score of 3 under par 70 from Sectional Champion, Kiah Parrott. This tied the Schools 18 hole score, which she owns, and broke the schools beat Sectional score by an individual by 6 strokes. Kiah had a great day.

Sydney was able to break 90 for the first time this season and shot an 89.
Haley shot a 98.
Molly shot a 101.
Mackenzie shot a 119.
Coach Carpenter
Sept. 23 IHSAA Regional @ Battleground 12:44 pm  

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