The Ankeny Centennial girls’ golf team shaved another 10 strokes off its season-best score on Monday in the Dragon Invitational at Jester Park.
The Jaguars placed third in the 10-team field with a 372. They continued their progress after shooting a 382 in the Linda Bloom Invitational on Thursday at Marshalltown.
“We were very pleased with our score,” said Centennial coach John Petersen. “Plus, we all agreed we still have a lot of room to improve.”
Lauren Sease carded an 8-over-par 80 to lead Centennial. She placed fifth as an individual.
Sease made a birdie on the par-4 No. 9 hole. She shot a 39 on the front nine.
Riley Stewart placed 19th for the Jaguars with a 96. Megan Lazear fired a 97, Lexi Simpson had a 99, Claire Beath shot a 108, and Grace Meter finished with a 112.
Valley easily won the team title, shooting a 306. Two-time defending champion Waukee placed second with a 328.
Waukee’s Brooke Boardman carded a 69 to earn medalist honors. She finished one stroke ahead of Paige Hoffman of Valley.