Lady Leafs out shoot Princeton/Rockridge

Amy Carton
Alex Radue concentrates as she tees off on hole No. 1 for the Lady Leafs Aug. 24 at Maple Bluff.

The golf season is in full swing for the Geneseo High School girls’ golf team as the girls went 2-1 this past week and also took sixth in the Rock Falls Invite.

Geneseo vs. Moline

Visiting Moline was able to edge out Geneseo by just six strokes Aug. 24 to hand the Lady Leafs their first loss of the season, 190-196.

Allison Farrell shot a 46 to lead Geneseo, just one stroke behind the medalist Moline’s Allie Boyle with a 45.

Karah Bishop shot a 48 for the day, while Emilee Green carded a 50 and McKenzie Carey a 51 to round out Geneseo’s top 4 scores.

Alex Radue finished the course recording a 55 and Kelsey Wirth shot a 58 for the day.

Geneseo vs. Princeton/Rockridge

The Geneseo girls’ golfers captured two more victories Aug. 23 on the road in Princeton, scoring a 196, while Rockridge shot a 212 and Princeton a 216.

Allison Farrell led the team, carding a 46 for the day, while Bishop followed one stroke behind with a 47.

Wirth finished the match, shooting a 50 and Carey recorded a 53. Radue shot a 54 for the course and Green ended with a 59.

In JV action, Johnson led the girls with a 59, followed by Ashley Farrell with a 62, Rebecca Wheeler a 74 and Kaylee Krapfl a 79.

Geneseo at Rock Falls Invite

Over the weekend, the Lady Leaf golfers competed in the Aug. 21 Rock Falls Invite. The girls finished sixth overall out of 10 teams.

Leading the way for Geneseo was Allison Farrell, shooting a 96.

Wirth followed with a 100, while Bishop shot a 109. Carey finished the day with a 116, while Radue carded a 117 and Green a 122.

The Lady Leafs (3-1 overall) will be on the road next against Rock Island and Prophetstown at 3:45 p.m. Aug. 31.