Girls golf is on the road to state after winning regionals for the third year in a row
The girls golf team took first place at their regional tournament. Junior Libby Green placed second, junior Charley Strahm placed seventh, senior Megan Haymaker placed eighth and senior Ava Van InwegenIng placed ninth. The team will continue on to compete at state on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 19 and 20 in Salina KS.
This is the third year girls golf has won regionals, and Green believes it makes the school look good.
“It definitely shows something good about Mill Valley golf,” Green said. “I think it really shows off how hard we work in order to improve.”
Green says the team has been putting in extra work and working to take their game to the next level.
“We’ve been working on our short game or getting more consistent with our swings. We also have been trying to be more focused when playing, whether it’s in tournaments or at practice,” Green said.
The familiarity of the course put Strahm at ease. She said the team had a feeling that would take first as the day started.
“I felt pretty good because we get to play that course so often and because the level of competition isn’t as high as it will be at state,” Strahm said. “Our team was pretty sure we