Behind Bridget Lynn’s 82, Lemont’s girls golf team posted a score of 356 to place third at its own Class AA regional tournament on Wednesday. The Indians advanced as a team to Monday’s Homewood-Flossmoor sectional at Coyote Run Golf Course.
Laura Ringo (87), Emma Houran (93) and Stephanie Eby (94) also counted to Lemont’s team score. Katie Atherton and Jacque Desmond also played for the Indians at Broken Arrow Golf Course.
Lemont senior Ben Groselak shot a 74 to advance out of the Indians’ Class 3A regional on Tuesday.
He will be joined at the sectional by junior Matt Groebe (77) and senior Joe Ziebell (79).
As a team, the Indians fell just four shots short of qualifying for the sectional, instead settling for fourth place with a stroke total of 312. Lockport (308) grabbed the third and final team spot.
Lemont defeated Tinley Park 4-2 in South Suburban Blue conference action on Tuesday.
The squad had dropped a 2-0 decision to Metea Valley a day earlier. Previously, the Indians beat Lincoln-Way North 2-1 on Saturday.
Lemont beat Bremen 25-12, 25-17 on Tuesday as Cara Howell totaled five kills and Natalie Schwem contributed 11 assists.
Behind four kills from Howell and six assists from Katy Klein, the Indians defeated Oak Forest 25-13, 25-20 on Oct. 3.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Lemont came in 12th place at the St. Charles North Invite Saturday with a point total of 308.
Gabby Voltarel topped the Indians with her 28th-place finish in 19:22.2 and was followed by Taylor Campos in 34th-place in a clocking of 19:43.4.
Also competing were Bridget Kunkel (73rd), Cassidy Nyenhuis (83rd), Lauren Siston (94th) and Clare Rachwalski (95th).
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Lemont finished in 23rd place at the St. Charles North Invite on Saturday.
Chris Konicki led the team with his 111th-place showing in 17:23.3.
Andrew Kramer (134th), Peter DeBiase (145th), Conner Brandt (146th), Andrew Trick (147th), Evan Ganzer (148th) and Simon Batistich (151st) also ran.
Lemont cruised to a 5-0 win over Bremen Monday.
Lisa Gawron at No. 1 singles and Carli Serpe at No. 2 singles both won by 6-0, 6-0 scores.
The doubles teams of Zoe Remiasz and Claire Cronin, CJ Hunter and Katie Lynch and Carly Motto and Ashley Mathews were all victorious.
The Indians also defeated Tinley Park 4-1 a day later.