Blue Springs senior Lauren Muller was the only local Eastern Jackson County golfer to earn a medal against a tough field in the Mo-Kan Invitational Monday.
Muller fired an 86 to finish in 14th place as the Wildcats finished 12th with a 431 total at the Blue Hills Country Club.
Lee’s Summit North finished 13th at 446, St. Michael the Archangel Catholic was 14th at 491 and Blue Springs South finished 18th at 602.
Freshman Maya McVey fired a 93 to tie for 19th place to lead Blue Springs South.
Julianna Marshall of Blue Springs shot 108, while Harrison Clemmons led Lee’s Summit North with a 108. Maddie Brennaman shot 109 for Blue Springs South.
Lily Taylor and Jaisen Guier each shot 118 to pace St. Michael.
St. Joseph's Academy of St. Louis claimed the team title with a 307 total, edging host Notre Dame de Sion's 312. Sion's Megan Propeck fired a 1-under 71 to claim medalist honors by three strokes.
TRUMAN 180, RAYTOWN SOUTH 208: Katie Wheeler fired a 43 to lead Truman to a dual win over Raytown South Tuesday at the Drumm Farm Golf Club Executive Course.
Wheeler earned medalist honors on the par-30 course, while teammate Kaitlyn Bragg finished as the runner-up with a 44.
Ali Houcek (46), Molly Bradshaw (47) and Cate Maxey (49) finished off Truman’s scoring.
“I thought we played good today on a track that we're very familiar with,” Truman coach Joey Penner said. “The commitment and drive of this team is really fun to be around. If we can work on our putting a little bit and get that squared away in the next few days, we will be a team that opponents respect.”
FORT OSAGE TAKES THIRD, CHRISMAN FOURTH: The Indians took third with a score of 246 and Chrisman was fourth with a score of 253 in a four-team match Tuesday at Tiffany Greens Golf Club.
North Kansas City won with a 219. Raytown was second with a 227.
For Fort Osage, Katelyn Runyan led the team with a 57, Katelyn Ward shot a 61 and Brooklyn Gilpin and Ashlyn Buntin both shot a 64.
For Chrisman, Zoe McConnell and Kailey Guardiola each led the Bears with a 59, Josephine Shaw shot a 66, and Shelby White had a 69.
“We had some very nice tee shots, and individually had some good holes but lacked consistency needed to shoot the low scores,” Chrisman coach John Beaman said.