Arrenholz golf


North Newton sophomore Madelyn Arrenholz takes a swing focused on landing close to the flag while a North Judson golfer looks on.

MOROCCO — Curtis Creek Country Club was a busy course on Monday, August 17th hosting a total of five schools playing in two different competitions throughout the course. North Newton Lady Spartans played host to North Judson and Kankakee Valley High School. The course had perfect playing conditions outside of a few downed trees from the storm that had previously passed through the county.

Senior Mackendzie Dresbaugh once again was playing on fire. The course is set for a par 36 and Dresbaugh shot a 39 strokes on the course. Although hot on her heels was Sophomore Madelyn Arrenholz with a total of 43. Arrenholz was followed by teammates Maddie Binge with 47 and Gracie Stevens 62 strokes. The Lady Spartans had a team total of 191 earning the victory.

The North Newton Lady Spartans then traveled out to the Palmira Golf Course on August 18th to take on Wheeler and Hanover Central High Schools. North Newton Lady Spartans once again dominated the course earning a team total of 209. Wheeler had a team total of 259 strokes and there was no team total for Hanover Central as there were not enough to make a complete team. Leading the Lady Spartans was Mackendzie Dresbaugh 40 followed by teammates with the following: Madelyn Arrenholz 53, Maddie Binge 54, and Gracie Stevens 62.

The Tri-County Lady Cavaliers welcomed the Lady Spartans on August 20th to the Pine View Golf Course. The North Newton Golf team continued their impressive winning streak by defeating Tri-County with a team score of 195 to 239 strokes. As with most courses nine holes generally equals a total of 36 strokes, Senior Mackendzie Dresbaugh continued to hit milestones as she finished this course with a total of 36 strokes. The Lady Spartans team completed the course with the following strokes: Madelyn Arrenholzn 47, Maddie Binge 54, and Gracie Stevens 58. The Lady Cavaliers were led by Chloe Brettnacher with 49 strokes followed by her teammates: Jasmine Culp 58, Addison Douglas 64, and Addison Ewen with 68 strokes.