A little inclement weather isn’t going to phase the Boone Central girls golf team.
Boone Central has braved nearly every type of element the past two years while winning back-to-back state championships.
When faced with cold, wet conditions Saturday morning at the Albion Country Club, the Cardinals again shrugged off Mother Nature and ran away with the Boone Central Invitational title by 48 strokes over runner-up Wayne (355-403).
Shining especially bright through the clouds and mist were BC’s 1-2 players – senior Britany Seda and junior Amy Ahlers.
Seda won the individual gold medal while tieing the school record for 18 holes. She carded an opening 39 and, as the weather conditions improved during the afternoon, lowered her second-round score to 37 for an overall 76.
Ahlers was right behind her teammate, posting a pair of 39s for a 78 and individual runner-up honors.
No other golfer shot lower than 87 in the tournament and just six finished below 100.
Seda and Ahlers were well-supported. Senior Breann Thorberg placed sixth individually at 99 (51/48), while sophomore Faith Leetch (50/52-102) and freshman Melissa Kyncl (50/53-103) also finished in the top 15 medalists.
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