Girls golf strives for the “w”

Abby Bower, News Assistant

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Lewiston High School’s varsity girls golf team started this years season strong by placing third in a tournament March 12 at the Quail Ridge Golf Course in Asotin, WA. The team’s top five golfers played 18 holes, with an overall group score of 396. The groups score landed them the highest score of the tournament.

“I think we have a good group of girls because we’re getting better. This is the best we’ve done in
a long time,” said sophomore, Allison MacMillion.

MacMillion, who has been golfing for two years alongside her dad and coach, Greg MacMillion, had the lowest score for the team with a 92.

With the season just beginning, MacMillion, along with the rest of the team, is only hopping to get better.

The next time the girls golf team meets is April 4, against Clarkston High School starting at 8 AM.

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Girls golf strives for the “w”