SPORTS — October 18, 2017 at 6:23 am

Girls golf team gets second place at districts

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On Oct. 17, 2017 Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ girls golf team competed in the district tournament at the Delray Beach Golf Club. Collectively, the team scored 372 points, earning them second place.

“The girls golf team played very well.A strong showing from senior Amanda Okulanis and junior Allie Schuller helped propel the team to a qualifying score of 372,” Coach Devin Schaller said.

Amanda Okulanis scored 37 and 40 points for a total of 77 points. While, Allie Schuller had 45 and 37 finishing with a 83 total. Natalie Toops scored 45 and 48 for a total of 93. Lastly, Sara Ochoa had 59 and 60 with a total of 199.

The girls played all 18 holes. Okulanis hit almost every fairway and green in regulation to lead the tournament with a score of 77.

“Schuller fought hard on the back nine, scoring 37 points in order to come in with a solid 83,” Schaller said.

The team will be traveling to Okeeheelee Golf Club on Oct. 24 for regionals, where they will compete for a qualifying spot in the state tournament.

Mackenzie Quinn

Mackenzie is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas and an assistant editor for The Eagle Eye. She plans to major in journalism and cinema studies.

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