Megan Bushman lines up for the putt in a meet from earlier in the year. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)
Megan Bushman lines up for the putt in a meet from earlier in the year. (Photo by Jennifer Bissell)

With strong winds punishing the players at the Legend Trail Golf Couse in Parkersburg, the South Winn girls golf team saw its season come to an end Monday in the regional final.

The top two teams and top five individuals advanced to the girls state tournament, held Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28-29.

Nashua-Plainfield, ranked No. 2 in Class 2A, won the tournament with 378 strokes. Also earning a big to state was No. 5 Sumner-Fredericksburg, which finished second with 395 strokes.

South Winn took fourth overall with 421 strokes.

The individual medalist was Sarah McMichael of Nashua-Plainfield, who shot an 86. Other individual qualifiers were Maya Marshall of Sumner-Fred, 89; Ashley Larson of Sumner-Fred, 93; Laura Toben of Aplington-Parkersburg, 95; and Courtney Ott of Denver, 95.

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