Fairbanks High School’s girls golf team won its fourth consecutive Ohio Heritage Conference championship on Wednesday. Members of the team are from left, Shelby Burns, Veronique Grand, Allison Kise, Mary Weisburn, Gabby Vamos and Kaylee Mitton.
The Ohio Heritage Conference girls golf championship once again belongs to the Fairbanks Lady Panthers.
FHS carded a 396 on Wednesday at Windy Knoll to capture its fourth consecutive conference title.
Northeastern was the runner-up with a 423, followed by Mechanicsburg-427, Greeneview-428, Greenon-432, Triad-460 and Madison Plains-533.
Veronique Grand and Mary Weisburn of Fairbanks tied with Mazie Reece of Mechanicsburg for medalist honors with matching scores of 95.
Other Lady Panther scores were Gabby Vamos and Kaylee Mitton-103, Allison Kise-105 and Shelby Burns-152.
Weisburn was also named the conference’s player of the year.
Triad was led by Anna Nott with a 102, followed by Olivia Butz-108, Joni Russell -125, Hannah McManaway-125, Audra Millice-129 and Maddie Campbell-137.
Butz earned OHC first-team honors, while Nott was named honorable mention.
The MHS girls golfers defeated Dublin Scioto, 198-217.
Olentangy Berlin also competed in the match, but had only three golfers in the field.
The match was played at Bent Tree Golf Club.
Olivia Ishmael and Cassi Van Dyke both carded 49s to lead the Lady Monarchs.
Avery Prohaska and Emily Williams were both one stroke behind with 50s.
Madison Wildermuth, playing in her first varsity match, shot a 53.
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