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story.lead_photo.caption Rick Peck/Special to McDonald County Press McDonald County's Lily Allman (left) shot an 80 at the Missouri Class 2 District 6 Girls Golf Championships at the Carthage Golf Course on Monday to take third place and qualify for next week's sectional championships. Jenna Teeter (right) of Carl Junction won the district title with a 72, while Kayla Kimberly of Warrensburg was third with a 77.

Lily Allman earned all-district honors and qualified for sectionals at the same time when the sophomore golfer from McDonald County High School finished third at the Missouri Class 2 District 6 Golf Championships held Monday at the Carthage Golf Course.

Allman fired an 80 over the Par 71 course. Jenna Teeter of Carl Junction, who finished sixth in the state last year, won the district title with a 72. Second place went to Kayla Kimbley of Warrensburg with a 77.

The top 15 players advanced to next week's sectional tournament, which will be played Oct. 8 at Shifferdecker Golf Course in Joplin.

Carthage won the team title with a four-person total of 356, with Warrensburg second with a 366.

Allman was the only player from McDonald County to compete at districts.

Sports on 10/04/2018

Print Headline: MCHS Allman Earns All District Golf Honors

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