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Lady Golfers Capture Kaskaskia Invite

The John A. Logan College women’s golf team captured first-place honors at the Kaskaskia Fall Invitational Friday at Greenview Golf Course in Centralia. Pictured are from left: Alexa Bond, Brittanie Garrison, Molly Borowiak, Abby Miller, Dana Kaufmann, Kelsey Cicardi and Head Coach Bill Glenn. (Photo provided)

The John A. Logan College women’s golf team captured first-place honors at the Kaskaskia Fall Invitational Friday at Greenview Golf Course in Centralia. Pictured are from left: Alexa Bond, Brittanie Garrison, Molly Borowiak, Abby Miller, Dana Kaufmann, Kelsey Cicardi and Head Coach Bill Glenn. (Photo provided)

BY JOHN D. HOMAN
Logan Media Services

CARTERVILLE – Freshman Brittanie Garrison fired a tournament best 85 Friday to lead the John A. Logan College women’s golf team to a four-stroke win over Rend Lake College in the annual Kaskaskia Fall Invitational hosted by Greenview Golf Course in Centralia.

A Carmi native, Garrison tied for individual honors, along with Kaitlyn Frye of Lincoln College.

Logan teammate, sophomore Kelsey Cicardi of Pinckneyville, tied for third with an 18-hole total of 89. Freshman Alexa Bond of Marion tied for seventh at 93. Freshman Dana Kaufmann of Carterville tied for ninth at 95. Freshman Abby Miller of Anna-Jonesboro was 14th overall at 98. And freshman Molly Borowiak of Nashville claimed 19th place with a round of 107.

Logan’s combined score of 362 was four strokes better than perennial power, Rend Lake (366). Kaskaskia was third at 392 and Lincoln was fourth at 404.

JALC freshman Brittanie Garrison of Carmi prepares to hammer away at a tee shot Friday in Centralia as the Lady Vols captured first-place honors in the Kaskaskia Fall Invitational. Garrison had the best individual score in the tournament with an 85. (Logan Media Services photo)

JALC freshman Brittanie Garrison of Carmi prepares to hammer away at a tee shot Friday in Centralia as the Lady Vols captured first-place honors in the Kaskaskia Fall Invitational. Garrison had the best individual score in the tournament with an 85. (Logan Media Services photo)

Vols head coach Bill Glenn was pleased to earn the team victory.

“It was a good win, especially with the course being as wet as it was and the fact that we finished ahead of a very good program in Rend Lake,” he said. “It wasn’t the best score we’ve shot this fall by any means, but the girls hung tough. Hopefully, winning here is a good lead into our next tournament and also into our main schedule next spring.”