Essex girls golf

The Essex girls golf team after finishing second in the first round of regionals, Monday, May 13. The Trojanettes advanced to a regional final. Pictured, from left: Savanna Moffett, Allie Sandin, Ainsley Byers, Lexi Burnison, Camryn Chambers and Allison Johnson. Photo courtesy Jay Soderberg.

NEOLA – The Essex Trojanettes advanced to a Class 1A regional final with a runner-up score of 468 at Quail Run Country Club, Monday, May 13 in the first round of regionals.

Essex edged Sidney by two strokes for the second qualifying spot. Riverside won the tournament with a 454.

The Trojanettes will now play in the Region 1 final, Monday, May 20, at The Meadows Country Club in Moville, hosted by Woodbury Central, for a spot in the state tournament.

Lexi Burnison led the Trojanettes with a fourth-place score of 101, one shot out of third.

Emma Jorgensen of AHSTW won the tournament with an 87.

Camryn Chambers had Essex’s second best score with a 115. The other two scores that the Trojanettes used for their team score were a 120 from Ainsley Byers and Savanna Moffett’s 132.

Allie Sandin added a 134 and Allison Johnson a 138 for the Trojanettes.

Sidney was just two shots out of advancing, shooting a 470.

Emma Haning and Camryn McClintock both shot a 117 to lead the Cowgirls. Madison Kingery and Faith Brumbaugh were right behind with a 118.

Haley Hobbie added a 124 for Sidney.

Fremont-Mills also wrapped up its season with Sierra Schebaum shooting a 120 and Lillian Mahaney a 123.

Lainey Sheffield of St. Albert and Tri-Center’s Presley Pogge and Kayla Jensen also qualified for the regional final.

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