In their first appearance at the FHSAA State Tournament, The Bishop Verot girls golf team finished in 14th place with a two-day total of 737. The Vikings were led by strong performances from seniors Hallianne Hobson and Lauren Lockard.
“I thought we played up to our ability today and it was a pretty good performance from our team,” Vikings coach Ed Lockard said.
“This finish will help build the program for years to come.”
Hobson, a Samford commit, shot a 74 on her second day to combine for a two-day total of 154, tied for 21st individually.
“She’s been a great player all through high school and she finished her career with two great rounds,” Ed Lockard added.
Lauren Lockard finished with a two-day total of 171. Freshman Clair Sattler and Junior Caroline Snell had 198 and 217 scores, respectively. Rory Freeman, a sophomore, notched a two-day total of 270.
Bishop Verot’s Blake Wheeler finished tied for 44th in the boys state tournament, shooting 83 on the first day and 80 on the second for a two-day total of 163.
•Gateway Charter 7, Cypress Lake 3: Senior Kayla Scott scored five goal and notched two assists to lead the way for the Griffins. Teammate Katherine Parajon had 11 saves.
•Estero 3, Mariner 2: Jesse Monteiro led the way for the Wildcats with two goals for the Wildcats (0-1-1). Taylor Hatch notched a goal and an assist to also stand out.
Fort Myers Preseason Classic
•Mariner 0, Estero 0: Freshman Robert Quintanilla notched three saves from the net in his first varsity start for the Tritons.
•Mariner 2, CSN 2: Erick Rivera scored two goals to lead the way for the Tritons.