Stars finish fourth in HHC tournament

BNL’s Kenley Craig earned Honorable Mention status during the HHC Tournament at Shadowood on Monday.

SEYMOUR – Bedford North Lawrence finished fourth in the Hoosier Hills Conference tournament at Shadowood on Monday.

The Stars posted a team total of 367. Floyd Central won the title with a score of 322, while New Albany was a distant second with 343.

Kenley Craig paced BNL with an 88, tied for 10th pace in the individual standings, as she earned Honorable Mention status on the All-HHC team.

“I am proud of Kenley,” BNL coach Kori Johnston said. “I know she struggled a little with her approach and chip shots today but still managed a good score for us.

“The greens were slick today with some tough pin placements, which made putting and chipping a challenge for everyone. We’ve got some work to do to get ready for the sectional on Saturday, but we’re lucky to have the home course advantage. We just need to take advantage of that and show everyone what we’re capable of.”

Chloe McFaddin carded 90, Samantha Biel shot a 94, while Daphney Sproles and Ellie Horton fired 95s to complete BNL’s scoring.

Floyd Central’s Paige Giovenco was the medalist with a 2-over 74, while teammate Trinity Bramer was second with a 78.

The Stars will host Springs Valley at Otis Park on Thursday, the final tuneup before the IHSAA sectional on Saturday.