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Northwood claims Wawasee Invitational

Panthers top field to win first Wawasee title. 

Posted on Aug. 16, 2014 at 9:03 p.m.

Led by Linnzie Richner’s round of 76, the NorthWood High School girls golf team won the Wawasee Invitational for the first time in school history on Saturday, Aug. 16.

The Panthers posted a combined score of 353, besting the host Warriors (370) and third place Mishawaka (411). 

In addition to Richner, the Panthers’ Summer Stillson finished in a tie for second with Wawasee’s Mikala Mawhorter with an 85.



Wawasee Invitational

(At South Shore)

Team scores: NorthWood 353, Wawasee 370, Mishawaka 411, Columbia City 412, Concord 414, Goshen 442, Northridge 461, Whitko 462, West Noble 463, Fairfield Inc.

NorthWood — Linnzie Richner 76, Summer Stillson 85, Rachel Beebe 92, Ballie Richner 100, Madison Richner 101.

Wawasee — Mikala Mawhorter 85, Elizabeth Jackson 92, Aubrey Schmaltz 101, Kylie Rostochak 92, Kamryn Foy 105.

Goshen — Claire Palczynski  96, Gale Immel 107, Lauren Lehr 126, Sara Rodgers 113. Liz Erickson 128.


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