Following Monday’s win over Kokomo, Logansport’s girls golf team was back in action at Dykeman Park Golf Course on Tuesday.
The Berries shot a 185 and were edged by Culver Academy by just one stroke for their first loss of the dual-meet season. Winamac also competed and shot a 241.
Freshman Kristina Kniesly led the Berries (4-1) with a 43. She was followed by Haley Lopez (45), Megan Farris (48), Alli Biggs (49) and Bree Bair (55).
LHS coach Bob Bannon said it should have been a double win if not for struggles with chipping and putting but added, “It was a consistent outing. Our short games are still a bit off, but all in all we are back on track.
“The JV also showed much improvement and are getting competitive.”
Chelsae Henn led the JV with a 50, followed by Brooke Bundy (53), Grace Boyd (56), Chelsey Haskett (57) and Savannah Willis (63).
Logan hosts Northwestern and Twin Lakes on Thursday.
Eastern 206, Cass 240
The Comets defeated the Kings at American Legion G.C.
Meghan Hall led the Kings with a (58), followed by Jael Forker (60), Kassie Hardy (60), Maddie Karmel (62) and Megan Mannering (68).
Marion 176, Peru 185, Mac 206
Peru ran its record to 7-2 losing to 12th-ranked Marion and beating Maconaquah.
Mallory Zorn and Mallory Struble shot 44 each to lead the Tigers, followed by Olivia Sharp (48), Emma Long (49) and Madison Denniston (53).
Caston 213, Knox 241
The Comets recorded the win Monday at Pond View.
Berklee Blackman led the way with a 48 for medalist honors, followed by Madeline Moeller (49), Tierney Rentschler (54), Emily Strain (62), Jenna Mangum (62) and Emilee Thompson (72).
“It was the lowest team score we’ve had since I became coach three seasons ago,” Caston coach Tim Strasser said. “Berklee Blackman had a career-best 48.
“I’m excited about every players improvement.”
Logan 4, W. Lafayette 3
The Berries rallied from a 3-0 deficit to get the win over the Red Devils at the LHS field.