Playing its first 18-hole invitational of the season, the Shelbyville girls golf team finished 10th out of 14 teams Saturday at the Greensburg Country Club in Greensburg.
Emma Weiler posted the low round of 74 to lead her Batesville Bulldogs to the team title. Heritage Christian’s Ellie McDonald and Franklin County’s Nicole Mears each shot 79.
Batesville’s 339 easily outdistanced Heritage Christian (364), Franklin County (366), Franklin Central (372) and Richmond (373). The next five in the team standings were Madison (393), Jay County (405), Greensburg (414), Mooresville (418) and Shelbyville (440).
Completing the team standings were Indian Creek (451), East Central (466), Rushville (473) and Oldenburg Academy (Inc.).
The invitational win was the third this season for Batesville.
Kaylee Tackett topped Shelbyville’s scorecard with a 102. She was followed by Kate Linville’s 109. Lanie Stephens (113), Madison Monroe (116) and Regan Mathies (117) finished within four strokes of each other.
Shelbyville returns to the links Wednesday at Pendleton Heights.