3 all CPC on girls golf team
Kyleigh Harnsberger shot 79 in the Central Piedmont Conference championship at Winding Creek April 27 to nail down her fourth all-conference honor.
The senior’s 7-over score was good for fifth. The top four belonged to Macy Pate of Reagan (69), Morgan Ketchum of Reagan (73), Anna Howerton of Reagan (76) and Mary-Paige King of West Forsyth (76).
Harnsberger broke 80 in a 18-hole match for the second time in her career. She fired a 2-under 71 in the CPC championship meet at Maple Chase in 2019.
Three War Eagles placed in the top 10 as junior Annika McDaniel shot 92 and senior Caroline Bliss 97. They finished ninth and 10th.
“Except for the top five golfers, this course played difficult for the rest of the field, with almost all of them shooting over their season averages,” coach Bob Donley said.
Eleven players made the all-CPC team. In individual standings, Harnsberger finished fifth, McDaniel ninth and Bliss 10th.
Harnsberger finished seventh as a freshman, fifth as a sophomore and fourth as a junior.
McDaniel made all-conference for the third time after finishing 11th as a freshman and eighth as a sophomore. Bliss made all-conference for the second time after finishing ninth as a junior.
Davie finished third at Winding Creek. Reagan (2-over 218) and West Forsyth (253) finished 1-2. Davie (268), Reynolds (334), Glenn (335) and East Forsyth (338) rounded out team scoring.
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