LUMBER CITY — The Allegheny Mountain Girls Golf League made its second and final trip of the season to the Eagles Ridge Golf Course Monday, and the host Curwensville Lady Golden Tide went 3-2 on the day.

Punxsutawney finished the day with a 206 for the best team score of the day. Brockway recorded a 232 to also beat Curwensville (247). The Lady Tide notched wins over Brookville (262), as well as DuBois and Ridgway — both of whom did not have the necessary four golfers to score as a team.

Punxsy’s Morgan Vanleer captured medalist honors with a 46. Curwensville’s Hannah Hoover (48) and DuBois’ Kiersten Pearce (49) also broke 50 on the day. Lady Chuck Aleya Shaffer carded a 51 for the fourth-best round of the day, wqhile Brockway’s Katlyn Cappetta and Punxsy’s Brianna Hoover tied for fifth with 52s.

Kim Shoemaker shot a 57 to round out Punxsy’s team-winning total.

As for Brockway, it had two other golfers shoot in the 50s in Erin Hultman (58) and Sylvia Pisarchick (59), while Anndi Bartlett shot a 63.

On top of Hannah Hoover’s 48, Curwensville got a 54 from Daniele Franciscko. Elizabeth Weddle (67) and Karter Bell (78) rounded out the Lady Tide’s scoring.

DuBois had other golfers compete besides Pearce, with Kacey Marsh recording a 55 and Rebecca Defazio a 57.

Brookville’s top score was Bailey Ganoe’s 60. Zoe Cable (63), Jenna Grant (67) and Sophie Sharp (72) also scored for the Lady Raiders.

Ridgway had two players tee it up Monday. Laney Gilmore shot a 64 and Jordon Reitz came in with a 73.

All six teams return to action today at Ridgway.

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