Despite playing in cold weather on a difficult course and with slow play, Lady Cats‘ golfers had a good day Tuesday (February 9) according to Golf Coach Whitney Spigener. The Lady Cats played in a tournament at Eagle’s Bluff Country Club in Bullard. Senior Mariam Tran shot 78 and won the tournament. Sophomore Mykylie Meador shot a 93, her second lowest round ever, and she finished in 8th place. Freshman Autumn Allen shot her personal best round of 118. Coach Spigener said the Lady Cats were unable to field an entire team due to scheduling conflicts. She said the Lady Cats played in terribly cold conditions as the wind chill never got above 40 degrees. Coach Spigener said it was one of the coldest tournaments she has been a part of as a coach. The tournament was moved from Wednesday to Tuesday and from Emerald Bay to Eagle’s Bluff due to the weather forecast. A total 17 teams and 90 golfers took part in the tournament. The Lady Cats are scheduled to play next at Garden Valley in Lindale next Thursday.
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