The New Palestine Dragons have won the first Hoosier Heritage Conference championship of the 2019-20 season, claiming the golf championship Saturday at River’s Edge in Shelbyville.
New Palestine’s Annaliese Fox was the individual champion for the second straight year, shooting a 72.
The Dragons won their fourth HHC title in five years.
NP shot an 18-hole aggregate score of 338, winning the title by a margin of 18 strokes over runner-up Greenfield-Central (356). Mt. Vernon (365) was third and defending champion Pendleton Heights (380) fourth.
Players from five different schools received All-HHC honors. Fox’s even-par 72 claimed medalist honors. G-C’s Caroline Gibson was the runner-up with a 75 and MV’s Meredith Johnson was third with a 78. NP’s Izzy Gray, MV’s Alaina Nugent, PH’s Danielle Tinsley, Yorktown’s Bella LaPierre and G-C’s Tandess O’Neal round out the All-HHC team.
Hoosier Heritage Conference golf
Saturday, Sept. 14 at River’s Edge GC, Shelbyville
2019 girls golf standings
|1||New Palestine Dragons||338|
|3||Mt. Vernon Marauders||365|
|4||Pendleton Heights Arabians||380|
|7||New Castle Trojans||296|
|8||Shelbyville Golden Bears||402|
Top individuals (1-8 All-HHC, 9-15 honorable mention)
- Annaliese Fox, NP 72
- Caroline Gibson, G-C 75
- Meredith Johnson, MV 78
- Izzy Gray, NP 80
- Alaina Nugent, MV 81
- Danielle Tinsley, PH 85
- Bella LaPierre, Y 87
- Tandess O’Neal, G-C 87
- Macayla McGowan, NC 88
- Megan Diller, NP 89
- Faith Firle, NC 92
- Emma Shreve, D 92
- Madison Richards, S 93
- Grace Wiggins, PH 93
- Kaylee McKenney, PH 95