Area regional golf roundup

Garrigan claims regional title

LIVERMORE – The Bishop Garrigan girls golf team shot a 359, earning another Class 1A regional title.

Alexa Capesius led the Golden Bears with an 81, while teammate Rebecca Richter finished second (88) and Haley Froehlich third (91).

Graettinger-Terril was a distant second at 418.

The Golden Bears will compete in a regional final next Monday at Kingsley.

Cassie Gerhardt from West Bend-Mallard shot a 96 to advance individually. She recorded a 45 on her second nine.

For Garrigan, Makayla Foertsch shot a 99 and Brittney Arndorfer a 101.

Other golfers for the Wolverines were Jennalyn Thul (100), Emily Bormann (121) and Heather Brown (132).

Newell-Fonda second behind Hess

MARCUS – Jade Hess shot a 93, securing medalist honors at a Class 1A regional opener here Monday.

Hess helped Newell-Fonda place second, advancing to a regional final next Monday in Kingsley.

Marcus-MMC was first with a 434, 11 strokes ahead of the Mustangs.

SE Webster-Grand moves to final

CONRAD – The Southeast Webster-Grand girls golf team moved to a Class 1A regional final with a second place showing here Monday.

The Eagles shot a 479 behind Kelsey Travis’ 94.

Grundy Center was first with a 362.

Next up for Southeast Webster-Grand will be a regional final in Clarksville next Monday.

Kennedy Gallentine added a 117, Sage Michalski a 132 and Abby Anderlik a 136.

Raiders finish second, advance

ORANGE CITY – The East Sac County girls golf team shot a 391, capturing runner-up Class 3A regional honors here Monday.

Makayla Ernst led the Raiders with a 95, while teammate Jamie Highland shot a 96.

Unity Christian finished first and will join East Sac County next Monday in a regional final in Lake City.

Livengood earns individual berth

HAMPTON – Mikaela Livengood shot a 96, advancing herself to the next round of postseason golf Monday.

The Clarion-Goldfield golfer shot a 96, securing an individual berth in next Monday’s Class 3A regional final in Lake City.

Carroll Kuemper won the team title, while Algona placed third. Clarion-Goldfield was fifth and South Central Calhoun seventh.