Golf roundup: Trojan girls wrap up winning record; Indians take title

Chambersburg takes 2nd: In the final Mid Penn Conference girls match of the regular season, Chambersburg placed second among six teams and finished with a winning record at 6-5.

Heather Sanbower put together her best round of the season, an 82, at Armitage Golf Club, to earn medalist honors. She birdied No. 8 and No. 14 and would have shot even par on the back nine except for a triple bogey.

Trojan coach Mark Yost said, “Today was a pretty positive day. Heather played well — she finished 12-over par and six of those strokes came on her two triple bogeys. We beat Central Dauphin and State College, who we had lost to before. Megan Brandt had a solid round and CHloe Fogelsonger had her best score.

Brandt shot 96 to place 11th, Emma Tolbert tied for 14 with a 101 and Fogelsonger had a 128.

The Trojans will compete next Wednesday back at Armitage in the Mid Penn Tournament.

Waynesboro finishes unbeaten: In the final Mid Penn Colonial boys golf match of the season, the Indians won by 16 strokes over Greencastle-Antrim to finish with an unblemished 30-0 record.

Devin Smith shot a 6-over par 78 at Great Cove Golf Club to place first in all six matches. ‘Boro teammate Dylan Byers was tied for fourth with an 83.

Greencastle (16-14) had its best day of the season, helped by Cooper Swam and Shea Toomey, who each shot 85 to tie for sixth with Waynesboro’s Evan Stein.

For Shippensburg (10-20), Vance Kunkle had the best score of 96 to place 15th, while for James Buchanan (0-30), Colby Starr shot 94, his best of the season, to tie for 13th.