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Three golfers qualify for sectionals!

Emily Young, Allie Hubbard, Genevieve Foster, Stephanie Pintas, Sara Svendsen and McKenna Shea played in the Regional Tournament at Glenview Golf Club on a beautiful and sunny Wednesday. All the girls played well--finishing 5th out of 14 teams. Emily Young (81), Allie Hubbard (91) and Genevieve Foster (92) all qualified for Sectionals,which will be held on Monday, October 14, at the Buffalo Grove Golf Club. WISH THE GIRLS GOOD LUCK!

Lake Forest Varsity won their Conference Tournament for the second year in a row!!  Emily Young was the runner up in the entire tournament with one of her best scores of the season (79).  She played a great round on a windy, but warm day.  Other medalists included Allie Hubbard (90) and Stephanie Pintas (95).   Genevieve Foster also had a counting score with a 96.  Well done, Conference Champs!!
The JV came in 2nd in the Conference tourney.  Lena Benjakul came in 4th with a score of 102.  Other medalists included Emily Hansen (108) and Sarah Calcutt (111).  Rounding out the counting scores for LF was Nora Riley with a  118.  The girls had a great year and showed great improvement throughout the season.  Great job girls!!

The girls celebrated their senior day with a win over Deerfield by a score of 186-201.  Lake Forest Varsity and JV have been on a roll, winning the last 6 matches they have played.  Leading the way once again was Emily Young (45), Genevieve Foster (46), McKenna Shea (47) and Stephanie Pintas with a  48. 

JV won by a score of 206-230. Lillie Johnson paced the Scouts with one of her best scores of the year (46), followed by Emily Hansen (50), Nora Riley (53) and Lena Benjakul (57).
The girls are playing very well going into conference.

The Girls Golf team participated in the inaugural Loyola Invitational at Willow Glen Golf Course on Sat.  Unlike last year, it was a beautiful, sunny day in the 80’s. In a unique format where the girls played together in a foursome, the Varsity came in 4th out of 5 teams, missing 3rd by only 1 stroke. The JV had a great showing by coming in 2nd  place.  Emily Young tied for 3rd place, scoring an 82.  It was really a fun day for all the girls.

09/26/13 - Scouts Finish the Conference Regular Season Undefeated! Congratulations!
The Scouts finished out their Conference regular season with a win over Mundelein and Vernon Hills last week.  This put the Scouts undefeated in Conference play this year.  Great job by both JV and Varsity this year.  The Varsity won a close one by a score of 185-190 over VH.  Counting scores included Genevieve Foster and Emily Young with 45, Stephanie Pintas with a  47 and Allie Hubbard and Sara Svendsen with 48. 
Lake Forest JV 167 - Vernon Hills 179
The JV also won by a close margin, 167-179. The girls were only able to play 7 holes due to darkness.  Counting scores included Emily Hansen with a great score of 39, Lily Johnson with another very good score of 41, Lena Benjakul with a 42 and  Sarah Calcutt (45). 
Great job by both JV and Varsity this year.   

Lake Forest Varsity 185 - Warren 193

The Lake Forest Girls played a tough Bittersweet Course in Gurnee and came away with a victory versus Warren.  The Varsity won by a score of 185-193.  Emily Young once again paced the Scouts with a 41.  Stephanie Pintas also had a great score, coming in with a 44.  Genevieve Foster had a 49 and Allie Hubbard (51). 

Lake Forest JV 174 - Warren 180
The JV team also won by a close margin with a score of 173-180.   The JV were only able to play 7 holes due to darkness.  The counting scores included Lily Johnson with a 41, followed by Nora Riley  and Lena Benjakul with (43), and Sarah Calcutt (46).  The girls played really well for such a tough course. 

The Varsity team traveled to Rockford to play in the 22 team Guilford Invitational.   The Scouts came in 9th, which was  a good showing considering the talent pool in the tourney.  McKenna Shea had her best score of the season with an 88.  The other counting scores included Allie Hubbard once again with a solid score of 92, Stephanie Pintas (98), and Lily Johnson (103).  Emily Young became ill during the match and had to withdraw. 

Lake Forest 158 - Libertyville 171

The Girl’s Golf team hosted Libertyville on Thursday at the Deerpath Golf Course.  Due to lightening the match was shortened to 8 holes for Varsity.  After the four best scores were tallied, Lake Forest defeated Libertyville 158-171.  The counting scores for Varsity were Emily Young and Genevieve Foster with a 40, followed by Allie Hubbard with a 43 and Stephanie Pintas and McKenna Shea with a 44. 

Lake Forest JV 160 - Libertyville 169

The JV also came away with a win 160-169 after 7 holes, shortened due to lightening.  Counting scores included Lily Johnson with a 38, Nora Riley (39), Sara Calcutt (41), and Carly Malanfant (42).

Lake Forest 180 - Stevenson 182

The girls won a big match against rival Stevenson on Monday by two strokes, 180-182.
  Allie Hubbard and Emily Young came in with a 44, followed by Genevieve Foster with a 45,  and Stephanie Pintas (47).  This was a huge conference win for the Scouts.  The Scouts received strong performances by all the girls.

Lake Forest Varsity 185 - Fremd 157

Another day, another match for the Scouts as they traveled to Palatine Hills Golf Course to take on Fremd.  It was a very close match, but unfortunately both the JV and Varsity came out on the short end.  Varsity lost by a score of 185-157.  Emily Young once again paced the Scouts with a 41, followed by Allie Hubbard and McKenna Shea with 46, and  Genevieve Foster with a 52. 

Lake Forest JV 197 - Fremd 188
JV lost a very close match 197-188, even with a stellar score of 44 by Stephanie Pintas, followed by Lily Johnson with a 48, and Sarah Calcutt and Emily Hanson both with 53.   

Lake Forest Varsity 178 - Lake Zurich 200

Lake Forest JV 203 - Lake Zurich JV 285
The Girl’s Golf team hosted Lake Zurich on Wednesday on a very warm day at Deerpath golf course.  After the four best scores were tallied for each team, Lake Forest won both the JV and Varsity matches.  Both Lake Forest teams are  now 3 and 1 in dual match play.  The Varsity team won with a score of 178 to 200.  The counting scores were Emily Young with a 41, followed by Allie Hubbard (43), McKenna Shea (44) and Sara Svendsen (50). 

The JV team won by a score of 203 -285.  The counting scores were Nora Riley with a 47, followed by Lena Benjakul (48), Lily Johnson (53) and Carly Malafant (55).  

The Varsity Girls Golf team won their second  dual match of the season--defeating Glenbrook South by a score of 178-194.  Emily Young once again came in with the low score of 40, followed by Allison Hubbard  with her best score of the year with a 41.  McKenna Shea has been dealing with a very sore hand, but still managed to come in with a 48, and Genevieve Foster had a 49. 
The JV team also won their 2nd match of the season at Glenview National, which is a shorter course with par 3’s and par 4 holes.  The course had its challenges, however, with a great deal of sand, tall grass and water.  Carly Malafant had her best score of the year with a fantastic score of 41.  Sarah Calcutt and Nora Riley also scored their best for the year with a 42.  The other counting score was Lena Benjakul with a 45.  Great job!!

The Girl’s Golf team traveled to Winnetka Tuesday to take on the Trevians from New Trier.  They did not come out on top today, but pacing the Scouts for Varsity was Emily Young with another solid score of 41.  The other counting scores included Genevieve Foster (48), Stephanie Pintas (48), and our freshman, Lena Benjakul with a 49.   

The JV team played on the par three course against New Trier.  Although the Scouts received solid scores from many players they lost the match.  Counting scores included Sara Calcutt (40), Zoe Winemaster (41), Olivia Heddle (42), Angela Lee (47), Emily Hansen and Katie Neill (48). 

08/ 29/13
The Varsity girls traveled to Pine Meadows for the Libertyville Invite.  The Scouts came in 2nd , out of 6 teams,  missing first place by only 4 strokes.  Emily Young came in 2nd with an awesome score of 83.  The other counting scores included Genevieve Foster with a great score of 87, Lena Benjakul (90) Stephanie Pintas (92) and Allison Hubbard (93).  Another good outing by all the girls.

The Varsity and JV began its Dual Play season with a huge win over Grant at the Antioch Golf Course.  Pacing the Scouts for the Varsity was Emily Young with a very impressive score of 39, followed by Genevieve Foster with a 43, Allison Hubbard with a 45, Lily Johnson and Stephanie Pintas both with 47 and Lena Benjakul with a 49.  

The JV also played extremely well.  Sara Svendsen had a 42, followed closely by McKenna Shea with a 43, Carly Malanfant (47), Emily Hansen and Sarah Calcutt (51) and Nora Riley with a 53.  Great way to begin the season!!


On a hot (92) and humid day, the Girls Golf team started the season with a 7th place finish (out of 12 teams) at the Lake County Invitational.  Sophomore Emily Young finished in 5th place with a score of 81. The other counting scores included Genevieve Foster with a score of 91, Stephanie Pintas - 93 and Allison Hubbard with a 99.  Stephanie got her first eagle on the last hole she played--an exciting way to finish the day!  The girls did a nice job despite the conditions. 



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