By John Lachmann
Owen County edged out Notre Dame by one stroke at the Grant County Invitational at Eagle Creek on Tuesday.
North Laurel’s Caroline Moore won a one-hole playoff with a par to claim medalist honors. Moore had shot a 1-over 73, tying with Grant County’s Sarah Kellam for first place heading into the extra hole.
TOP TEAMS: 1. Owen County 339; 2. Notre Dame 340; 3. Grant County 350; 4. Ryle 355; 5. Green County 359; 6. Villa Madonna 369; 7. Pendleton County 377; 8. Brossart 409; 9. Dixie Heights 436; 10. Holy Cross 443.
TOP INDIVIDUALS: 1. Caroline Moore (North Laurel) 73; 2. Sarah Kellam (Grant County) 73; 3. Olivia Parrott (Green County) 77; 4. Megan Mauer (Dixie Heights) 77; 5. Nadine Innes (Ryle) 77; 6. Jill Edgington (Notre Dame) 78; 7t. Cassidy Scantland (Green County), Katie Bowling (North Laurel) 81; 9. Shelby Power (Owen County) 82; 10t. Macy Wright (Grant County), Kennedi Dormon (Owen County), Sydney Swingos (Notre Dame) 85.
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