Targeting a top three finish, girls’ aim to make move at state

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Targeting a top three finish, girls’ aim to make move at state

Entering day two of the UIL 5A girls' state championship, the girls' sit in 8th place, hoping to making a move towards the top three.

Entering day two of the UIL 5A girls' state championship, the girls' sit in 8th place, hoping to making a move towards the top three.

Walker Shippy

Entering day two of the UIL 5A girls' state championship, the girls' sit in 8th place, hoping to making a move towards the top three.

Walker Shippy

Walker Shippy

Entering day two of the UIL 5A girls' state championship, the girls' sit in 8th place, hoping to making a move towards the top three.

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Halfway through the girls’ state golf tournament in White Wing Golf Club in Georgetown, the girls’ hold an eighth place spot with freshman Raeleigh Davidson leading the team with a 78.

“The first round of my tournament was decent there’s definitely room to improve,” Davidson said. “It was what I was expecting except the distances got moved back to make the course harder.”

The first day results were far from what was expected, however, the girls are hoping to bounce back Tuesday.

“I’ve been the past three years so I’m used to the atmosphere,” senior Sarah Buss said. “Our biggest competition is probably Centennial and King Wood Park, just because we’re always neck and neck. As a team we’re expecting to do a lot better, just cause it’s been a trend lately that we perform better the second day.”