Jeffersonville Girls Varsity Golf

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Girls golf finish eighth in HHC tournament, sixth in Sectional

The girls golf team finished up their season with an eighth place in the Hoosier Hills Conference tournament, and sixth place finish in the Sectional last week. In conference play, the Red Devils noticed a final score of 498 for the tournament. Bedford North Lawrence won the event with a score of 340. Jeffersonville followed

IHSAA Girls Golf State Finals Preview

Girls Golf State Finals Preview Play Begins Friday at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel IHSAA News Release: http://www.ihsaa.org/Portals/0/ihsaa/documents/news%20media/2017-18/2017%20Girls%20Golf%20Preview.pdf   Jason Wille | Sports Information Director Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc.

Jeffersonville High School Girls Varsity Golf beat Charlestown High School 228-245

Tuesday, August 29, 2017 4:00 PM Jeffersonville High School AWAY 228 Charlestown High School HOME 245 Meet Recap Jeffersonville won in a three way match with Charlestown and New Washington yesterday at Elk Run golf course. Jeffersonville’s team score was 228, followed by Charlestown 245, and New Washington had an incomplete team.

Jeffersonville High School Girls Varsity Golf falls to Floyd Central High School 365-457

Wednesday, August 23, 2017 4:30 PM Jeffersonville High School AWAY 457 Floyd Central High School HOME 365 Meet Recap The Sunny Side Classic concluded on Wednesday at Champion Point Golf Course with Floyd Central coming in first with a two day team score of 365, followed by Providence High School team score of 409, Jeffersonville

Jeffersonville High School Girls Varsity Golf falls to Clarksville High School 0-238

Monday, August 21, 2017 4:00 PM Jeffersonville High School AWAY 238 Clarksville High School HOME 0 Meet Recap Jeffersonville came out on top of Clarksville and Christian Academy at Wooded View golf course yesterday carding a team score of 238, to Christian Academy 239, and Clarksville had an incomplete team with only 3 girls.