Barbe holds strong lead after round one of Division I girls golf championship

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YOUNGSVILLE – Barbe of Lake Charles put its two counting players in the individual top 10 and used that performance to grab the team lead here Monday in the first round of the Division I girls’ competition in the Allstate Sugar Bowl LHSAA State Golf Championships.

Isabella Bradley posted a 38-41—79 score and Isabella Callaba turned in a 45-46—91 card to give the Buccaneers a team 170 score in the first trip around the 5,679-yard par-74 Les Vieux Chenes layout and on the first day of the two-day state tournament.

That was good enough for an 18-stroke lead over a tightly-bunched field chasing runner-up honors. The next six teams were separated by only five strokes, with Dutchtown in second place at 188 and closely followed by Sulphur at 189, Mt. Carmel and Dominican at 190, St. Scholastica at 191 and Byrd at 193.

Sydney Moss of Byrd stands atop the race for the individual title after posting a one-over 38-37—75 score that included birdies on her final three holes. Sarah Meral of St. Scholastica, last year’s Division I individual runner-up, led before Moss’ birdie run and stands in second place at 38-39—77.

Bradley is in third place individually and Blair McKenzie of Mandeville and Victoria Stephens of Mt. Carmel are tied for fourth at six-over-par 80 entering the final round, which will begin earlier than originally scheduled at 7 a.m. due to impending weather issues Tuesday afternoon.

TEAM STANDINGS
Barbe 170
Dutchtown 188
Sulphur 189
Mt. Carmel 190
Dominican 190
St. Scholastica 191
Byrd 193
Benton 228

INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS

Sydney Moss, Byrd 38-37 – 75
Sarah Meral, St. Scholastica 38-39 – 77
Isabella Bradley, Barbe 38-41 – 79
Blair McKenzie, Mandeville 43-37 – 80
Victoria Stephens, Mt. Carmel 40-40 – 80
Hannah Pitre, Dutchtown 39-45 – 84
Halle Plaisance, Central Lafourche 40-44 – 84
Marta Bollinger, Alexandria 43-41 – 84
Aubrey Stark, Northshore 40-46 – 86
Isabella Callaba, Barbe 45-46 – 91
Corinne Landry, Lafayette 43-48 – 91
Ada Holmes, Dominican 45-46 – 91
Mackenzie Toney, Sulphur 44-48 – 92
Caroline Covington, Denham Springs 48-45 – 93
Audrey Pharr, St. Thomas More 46-49 – 95
Sadie Guillory, Barbe 48-48 – 96
Haylee Crowder, Haughton 46-51 – 97
Lily LeJeune, Sulphur 49-48 – 97
Sahithi Koneru, Dominican 47-52 – 99
Alexandra Odland, Dutchtown 48-56 – 104
Caitlin Dulaney, Dutchtown 54-52 – 106
Mackenzie Miller, Benton 56-52 – 108
Reagan Krupp, Mt. Carmel 60-50 – 110
Molly Stavinoha, Dominican 53-58 – 111
Mackenzie Peek, Sulphur 54-57 – 111
Ashtyn LeDoux, St. Scholastica 57-57 – 114
Kaylee Dufrene, Mt. Carmel 57-59 – 116
Karson Byrd, Byrd 55-63 – 118
MacKinley Loyd, Benton 60-60 – 120
Nina Michel, St. Scholastica 63-71 – 134

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