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Girls Golf Primed For Sectional Tournament On Monday At Walden Ponds

Posted on: October 1, 2017

SETTING THE SCENE: The Milford High School girls golf team now has the regular season in its rearview and will open postseason tournament play at the OHSAA Sectionals on Monday. The Eagles finished the regular season an even 6-6 in dual meet action this fall and were fourth in the final Eastern Cincinnati Conference standings that factor in both the regular season and tournament finishes. Milford’s sectional event will tee off at 8:30 on Monday morning at Walden Ponds Golf Course.


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

  • Monday, Oct. 2 at OHSAA Sectional Tournament, Walden Ponds GC, 8:30 a.m.
    • Tournament Field: Anderson, Edgewood, Fairfield, Goshen, Harrison, Kings, Lakota East, Lebanon, Little Miami, Mason, Milford, New Richmond, Seton, Sycamore, Talawanda, Turpin, West Clermont, Wilmington
    • Tournament Note: Each sectional will qualify four (4) teams and the four (4) individual low scorers not on a qualifying team to the District Tournament at Beavercreek Golf Club on Tuesday, October 10, 2017


A LOOK BACK: Sept. 25 at Anderson: Milford played its best dual match of the year, shooting a season-low in topping Anderson by a 175-193 score. Casey Broxterman took medalist honors for the match with a score of 41, while the entire Eagle line-up scored under 50.


Sept. 26 vs. Loveland: The Eagles closed on the regular season at Hickory Woods, falling by a 180-186 score to rival Loveland. Casey Broxterman and Bre Severns each shot rounds of 43 to lead Milford.


INSIDE THE NUMBERS: A look at Milford’s individual averages for the 2017 season:

  • Casey Broxterman (47.3)
  • Bre Severns (49.9)
  • Megan Loux (50.3)
  • Megan LaFrance (50.5)
  • Angel Oliveros (52.5)
  • Morgan Clawson (52.5)


POLL WATCH: Milford did not receive any votes in the final Division I area coaches’ poll of the fall, sponsored by the Cincinnati Enquirer. Ursuline Academy was crowned the poll champion with 11 of 12 first place votes cast. Second place Lakota East received the other, with Mason, Sycamore and McAuley rounding out the top-five. The ECC is represented by Kings in seventh and Loveland in eighth, with Turpin also receiving votes. The final coaches’ poll can be viewed at