MONROE — Playing under less than ideal conditions, PCM’s girls’ golf team finished third at its home invitational on April 25 at Gateway Recreation Golf Course.
The Mustangs shot a 403, tying with Heart of Iowa Conference rival Gilbert, but the Tigers took second on a tiebreaker.
Fellow HOIC foe South Hamilton won the tournament with a 396.
The golfers started their day under cloudy and windy conditions but rain eventually moved in about halfway through the round.
Mack Bussan was the runner-up medalist with a career-best score of 88. She lost by two strokes to Gilbert’s Ali Austin.
PCM’s other three counting scores came from Brooke Dross (102), Lexi Dross (105) and Gabbi Van Baale (108). Brooke Dross finished ninth overall.
The two non-counting scores for the Mustangs came from Allison Wood (120) and Magan Van Haaften (146).
The Mustangs compete in the Newton Invitational at 3:30 p.m. on May 3 in Newton.
PCM girls split road triangular
OTTUMWA — The top three finishers from PCM placed second through fourth at a road triangular on April 23.
The difference in winning or losing the triangular ended up being decided at the top.
Ottumwa’s Jaden Bradford led her team to a win as she shot a 43 and took medalist honors at Cedar Creek Golf Course.
Ottumwa won the day with a 191 followed by PCM at 193 and Des Moines East at 212.
Bussan was the runner-up medalist as she fired a 46 for PCM.
Brooke Dross was third with a 48 and Van Baale took fourth with a 49. The final counting score for the Mustangs was Wood at 50.
Alexis Dross (52) and Kaydee Fowler (86) had non-counting scores.