• Centennial’s girls golf team win the Centennial Invitational held Friday and Saturday at Hidden Creek Golf Course. Shown are, from left, Amanda McKesson, Maddie Luker, Mattee Wilkins and Larissa Guzman. BURLESON STAR/COURTESY PHOTO
  • Playing Friday and Satruday Burleson’s girls golf team took first place at the Glen Rose Dinosaur Inviational at Squaw Creek Golf Course. Shown are, from left, Caitlin Farnell, Mikayleigh Norris, Madison Hughes, Jimin Choi, Ashley Branch, Ah Min Choi. BURLESON STAR/COURTESY PHOTO

Centennial, Burleson girls claim golf titles

Led by strong showings from Amanda McKesson and Mattee Wilkins, Centennials’ girls golf team won the Centennial Invitational at Hidden Creek Golf Course.

The Lady Spartans fired a combined two-day total of 798 to outdistance second place Fort Worth Christian by 20 strokes. North Crowley finished third (938). The event took place on Friday and Saturday.

McKesson shot a two-day total of 188 to place second. Wilkins finished third with a 190. The pair were just off the pace of champion Jordan Hill from Fort Worth Christian who carded a 188.

Also playing for the Lady Spartans were Maddie Luker and Larissa Guzman. Luker placed eighth after shooting a 207 and Guzman shot a 229 to finish 11th.

The Spartans shot a two-day total of 679 to place third. Waxahachie Green took first with a 654. Colleyville Heritage Red was second (658) and Frisco was third (663).

Vic Torres led Centennial, finishing fifth with 165. Moriah Kunz placed ninth with a 166 and Corbin Frano finished 11th with 167. Conner Meek shot a 185 to place 27th and Jacob Stuckey finished 28th with a 188.

Lady Elks win Glen Rose Event

Led by Jimin Choi’s first place finish, Burleson’s girls golf team took first place at the Glen Rose Dinosaur Invitational that took place Friday and Saturday at Squaw Valley Golf Course.

Jimin Choi fired a two-day 149 to win. The Lady Elks shot a 701 to take the title. Ashley Branch carded a 173. Mikayleigh Norris shot a 184. Caitlin Farnell fired a 195 and Madison Hughes shot a 208. Playing as an individual medalist An Min Choi carded a 205.

The Elks shot a 642 to place third at the tournament. Pierson Farnell led the way for Burleson, shooting a 148 to finish third. Chris Choi fired a 156. Chase Scott shot a 162 and Spencer Daniel carded a 176.

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