Girls Varsity Golf · Girls Varsity Golf finishes 5th place at NIC Golf Championships


  Place Points
Penn High School 1st 331
Saint Joseph High School 2nd 344
Marian High School 3rd 354
John Glenn High School 4th 363
New Prairie High School 5th 368
South Bend Adams High School 6th 373
Elkhart Central High School 7th 439
Bremen High School 8th 448
Jimtown High School 9th 486
South Bend Clay 10th 502
South Bend Washington 11th 0
South Bend Riley High School 12th 0

The New Prairie Ladies Varsity Golf Team finished in 5h place at the NIC Conference Tournament on Saturday out of the 11 teams. They also finished in 5th place during the dual season with a 6-4 record. This is the highest conference finish for the Lady Cougars since joining the NIC conference. Penn won the tournament with an excellent score of 331.

New Prairie’s score of 368 ties the all-time 18 hole low scored recorded in the 49 year history of the program. Pacing the Cougars again was Sophomore standout Jaiden Winters with an 86. She was followed by Senior Jordan Winters 88, Freshman Jayden Flagg 94, Freshmen Jenna Bauman 100 and Senior Zoie Martinez with a 106

Coach Bruce Watson was pleased with the performance of the team. From the dual match season compared to this tournament, we improved more than all the other NIC teams. The ladies have worked extremely hard to get to top half of the tough NIC conference. Shooting the 368 and getting a tie with the low 18 hole score is really a remarkable feat at the conference meet where the pressure is intense. This team is setting the stage for a new era in New Prairie Ladies Golf. I am really pleased to be a part of that process.

JAIDEN WINTERS EARNS NIC TOURNAMENT ALL CONFERENCE

SOPHOMORE JAIDEN WINTERS EARNED ALL CONFERENCE NIC TOURNAMENT AWARD FINISHING 9TH OVERALL IN A FIELD OF FIFTY GOLFERS. JAIDEN EARNED THE SPOT BY SHOOTING AN EXCELLENT 86 IN THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT HELPING HER TEAM TO A 5TH PLACE FINISH.

COACH BRUCE WATSON CONGRATULATED JAIDEN FOR HER HARD WORK AND DEDICATION TO THE SPORT OF GOLF AND FOR BRINGING SUCH A POSITIVE RECOGNITION TO HERSELF, HER SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY.