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Girls Golf Hosts McAuley In Week’s Only Dual

Posted on: September 7, 2016

SETTING THE SCENE: Having won all five of their head-to-head duals this season, the Milford High School girls golf team hits the links for a single event this week as the Eagles host McAuley on Sept. 8. Tee time at Deer Track Golf Course is set for 3:30 p.m. Playing under the leadership of first-year head coach Matt Thompson, the Eagles have enjoyed great success this fall, holding a 5-0 match record to date, including a 4-0 mark in Eastern Cincinnati Conference dual action.


THE UPCOMING DOCKET: A look at Milford’s schedule for the upcoming week:

  • Thursday, Sept. 8 vs. McAuley, Deer Track Golf Course, 3:30 p.m.
    • 2016 Dual Record: N/A (5th Division I area coaches’ weekly poll)
    • Top Player: Hallie Heidemann (37.8 average)


A LOOK BACK: Aug. 30 vs. Anderson: The Eagles picked up their fourth Eastern Cincinnati Conference win of the season and fifth overall with a 193-215 win over Anderson on Aug. 30. The event was held on the front nine at the Deer Track Golf Course. Milford junior Casey Broxterman took top honors for the day with a score of 44.


Aug. 31 vs. New Richmond: The match with New Richmond, a first-year program, was deemed an exhibition contest and no scores were recorded.


INSIDE THE ECC: A tight battle has developed at the top of the Eastern Cincinnati Conference standings with Milford at 4-0, just ahead of Loveland who is 3-0. The two teams are scheduled to meet head-to-head on Sept. 27 at Hickory Woods.


Individually, the Eagles have two players ranked inside the top-10 of the ECC scoring leaders with junior Casey Broxterman sixth with a 46.8 average and sophomore Bre Severns eighth with a 48.8 average.


POLL WATCH: The Eagles continue to receive votes in the weekly Division I area coaches’ poll, receiving a single vote in the Sept. 6 edition of the rankings. A tight battle at the top of the rankings shows Sycamore with a slight advantage over Ursuline, despite the latter holding a six to four edge in first place votes. Mason earned the 11th first place vote and holds third, ahead of Lakota West and McAuley. The ECC is also represented by Loveland in a tie for ninth. The coaches’ poll is released every Monday at Noon at