Clark’s Curreri shoots 70 at Boone’s Trace
By Casey Castle
In an strong, early start to the 2017 season, Hannah Curreri shot a two-under-par 70 during the second day of the two-day Madison Central High School girl’s golf invitational in Richmond Sunday.
The effort tied her for first-place for Sunday’s action at Boone’s Trace National Golf Club. Curreri shot an 83 on the first day.
It was her third time on the course Sunday. She had previously shot a 77 on July 5 during the PGA Kentucky Junior Tour.
Sacred Heart won the two-day event by 27 strokes. Scott County finished second and host Madison Central was two shots back for third place.
Clark’s Molly Franklin shot an 86 on Day 1 and an 87 on Sunday.
E.A. Nisbet had scores of 96 and 98. Brenna Rose finished with 115 and 106, while Joy Lisle shot 116 and 109.
Overall, the Cardinals shot a two-day total of 739 with a score of 379 on the first day and 360 on the second.
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