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story.lead_photo.caption Rick Peck/Special to McDonald County Press McDonald County's Lily Allman received the first-place medal for winning the Marshfield High School Girls' Golf Tournament held Sept. 4 at Whispering Oaks Golf Course in Marshfield.

It took Lily Allman just until the second tournament of her high school career to win a golf tournament.

Allman, a sophomore at McDonald County High School, fired a nine-over par 78 to win the Marshfield High School Girls' Golf Tournament held on Sept. 4 at Whispering Oaks Golf Course in Marshfield.

Allman beat a field of 76 other players, including Katy Frink of Springfield Kickapoo, who took second with an 83.

Logan-Rogersville won the team title with a 351 total. McDonald County had a team total of 436, good enough for ninth place out of 15 teams.

Anna Mead had the second low round for the Lady Mustangs with a 118, edging teammate Alexia Estrada who fired a 119. Rounding out the McDonald County scores were Kylea Meador with a 121, Jolie Stipp with a 129 and Lundyn Trudeau with a 136.

McDonald County was at the Lady Cards Invitational on Sept. 10 before duals at Carthage on Sept. 12 and against Seneca at Eagle Creek Golf Course in Joplin on Sept. 13.

Joplin

Allman followed up her win at Marshfield with a second place finish at the Joplin High School Girls' Golf Tournament at Shifferdecker Golf Course on Sept. 5 in Joplin.

Jenna Teeter of Carl Junction won the tournament with a 77 to beat Allman by eight strokes.

Carthage claimed the team title with a 367, while the Lady Mustangs were fourth out of eight teams with a 467 total.

Stipp was second low for the Lady Mustangs with a 125, followed by Meador with a 127, Estrada with a 130 and Trudeau with a 141.

Sports on 09/13/2018

Print Headline: Allman Takes First Golf Tournament Win Of Career

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