A rivalry can’t get any more even than this.

A rivalry can’t get any more even than this.

Blue Springs and Blue Springs South both posted team scores of 204 in a three-team meet with Pembroke Hill Thursday at par 36 Country Club of Blue Springs.

Pembroke Hill’s Elizabeth Wayda set the pace as medalist shooting a 7-over-par 43, but the Wildcats got personal best from both sophomore Kristen Shaw and junior Paige Braden to tie the Jaguars in team standings.

 Shaw shot a nine-over-par 45 and Braden a 13-over-par 49 to lead Blue Springs. Junior Danielle Messick shot 53, sophomore Ally Guffey shot 57 and senior Alex Salmons shot 58.

Blue Springs South’s high scorer, Jordan Rehkow, shot 46. The Jaguars’ Carrie Landes shot 51, Amanda Sinclair shot 54, Lindsey Cunningham 53 and K.K. Karlyle 70

“I was excited with the play of our team today.” Blue Springs head coach Jill Courter said. “They’ve worked really hard over the summer and I’m glad to see some of their scores showing it.  

“Kristin Shaw and Paige Braden both shot their personal bests and I couldn’t be more happy for them. This was our first competition of any kind this season and I’m really excited to see what’s yet to come out of this young group.”

RAYTOWN SOUTH 188, GRANDVIEW 196: Kamrie Ridley’s 42 led the way as Raytown South opened the season by defeating Grandview at par 36 Teetering Rocks.

Grandview’s Alyssa Green was the medalist with a 41.

“It was run to win the first one,” South coach Steve Peck said.