Rachel Tandy, left, and Lillie Lamont tied at 43 to lead VS Thursday at the VCC.

The Vinton-Shellsburg Vikettes golf team won the narrowest of victories vs. CPU on Thursday, winning in a 5th person tiebreaker after the top 4 from each team tied at 191. The top scorers for both VS and CPU also tied, at 43.

Rachel Tandy and Lillie Lamont led the Vikettes.

April 26, 2018

Vinton Country Club, par 35

Dual with Center Point-Urbana

Weather: partly cloudy, high 60s

Team Scores:

Vinton-Shellsburg 191

Center Pt-Urbana 191

(For ties you use the 5th score from each team. V-S had a 54, CP-U had a 55)


Rachel Tandy, VS 43

Runner up:

Natalie Cook, CPU 43

Lillie Lamont VS 43

V-S Individuals:

Rachel Tandy 43

Lillie Lamont 43

Brandi Gerber 51

Lauren Murray 54

Abbye Hendryx 54

non counter: Carli Lang

playing JV: Jordan Pattee

Both teams were happy with the individual and team scores. There were many personal bests for the 2018 season for all tonight. And it couldn’t have been a closer meet! We used card backs to determine Rachel as the medalist. V-S was proud of our two freshmen, Lauren Murray and Abbye Hendryx, who have been steadily improving and who gave us our win tonight with their matching scores of 54! This proves the adage “Every stroke counts!” Rachel Tandy took putting honors with a terrific twelve. Our team’s putting is improving. Lillie Lamont posted her best ever nine hole score on a par 35 course and birdied the #6 hole. Both Carli Lang and Jordan Pattee saw major drops in their scores.

Monday both teams will be at Rolling Hills Golf Course near Center Point for the annual eight team WaMaC West divisional tournament with a 3:00 start time. Tuesday Vinton-Shellsburg will host Benton at Wildcat Golf Course in Shellsburg for a make up dual at 4:15.