8.16.18 LADY PANTHERS AMBUSHED AT DELPHOS
We have all heard the saying that anyone can win on any given day, that day came for the lady jeffcats. The panthers were the favorites coming into the match at the Delphos Country Club. Parkway had previously defeated the Celina lady 'dogs and the Jeffcats are a young team that has had their struggles. But this was the wildcats home course and it showed in their play. The lady 'cats took the tri-match win with a score of 194, followed by Celina with a 212 and the lady panthers shooting a 217. Lauren Henderson led the panthers with a 52, Mecaylah Hesse followed with a 53, Haley Stucky shot a 54, Autum Ellis garnered a 58 and Madison Kroeger finished with a 67.
8.16.18 PARKWAY FALLS TO HOT HANDED CAVALIERS
Parkway came out on the short tend of the straw in a match with Coldwater at the Mercer County Elks. The cavaliers won convincingly, taking five of the top six places in the match. Mason Baxter took the fourth place spot with a score of 43. Coldwater's top three golfers had a banner day against the visiting panthers. The trio were only one, three and five strokes over the par of 36 for the course. Parkway dropped the match by a score of 162 to 205.
8.15.18 FT. RECOVERY SLIPS BY PANTHERS
The host panthers just narrowly lost to the visiting Indians. Ft. Recovery shot a 202 to the panthers 208 for the MAC victory. Mason Baxter led the panthers with a 44, Brayden Bruns followed with a 48, Adam Stephenson chipped in with a 54, Andy Metz had a 62, Austin Clutter shot a 63 and Kaden Borroff finished with a 64. Baxter finished in second place behind Grant Knapke who was the medalist and shot a 42.
8.10.18 PANTHERS FINSH IN LAST PLACE
8.6.18 LADIES OPEN WITH 4TH PLACE FINISH
The Parkway ladies got the season started with a fourth place finish in the Lancer Invite held at Hickory Sticks in Van Wert. The ladies shot a 399 for the 18 hole invitational. The LCC T-Birds were the team champions, they broke the invite record by shooting a 309. The lady Raiders came in second place, shooting a score of 372 that was well behind the t-birds. Hicksville claimed the third spot with a 382 score. Mecaylah Hesse led the way for the panthers with a 93 on the day, that was good for a ninth place finish overall. Haley Stuckey shot a 97, Lauren Henderson finished with 111, Autum Ellis had a nice 98 and Madison Kroeger rounded out the panther scoring with a 125.