CLEBURNE — The Lady Indian golf team went lower than any team coached by Lonnie Gaylor over the last six years over the weekend in Cleburne on their way to a fourth-place finish.
Highlighted by several career-best rounds, the Lady Indians fired a 330 on day one and 340 in their return to the links on day two.
Sophomore Baylie Paris led Waxahachie with an 80 on the first day. She came back to shoot an 83 on day two to finish 6th overall.
Fellow sophomores Ana Herrin and Marisabel Garza were right behind Paris, as Herrin shot 89-84 and Garza finished 88-86. Senior Kate Hendrix carded a 93-87, and sophomore Kayli Nash had a 98-97. Playing as a medalist, junior Olivia Tolliver shot 119-108.
In addition to the well-played rounds, the Lady Indians also honored two ladies and breast cancer survivors — Myra Gaylor, wife of girls' golf coach Lonnie Gaylor, and Jamie Paris, mother of Lady Indian Golfer Baylie Paris — by wearing pink on day two of the tournament, Oct. 7.
The varsity Lady Indians return to the course for the Waxahachie Fall Classic on Oct. 20-21.
In sub-varsity action, the Waxahachie junior varsity girls golf team won the Waxahachie JV golf tournament on Thursday, Oct. 5 by edging out Corsicana 438 strokes to 439.
The Lady Indians were led by Mackenzie Parks who shot 107 and took 2nd overall. Veronica Hernandez shot a 108 for 3rd overall medalist.
Other scores for Waxahachie were Andi Wallace with a 109, Mia Munoz and Meredith Fay with 114. Playing as medalists were Braelyn Johnson with a 112 and Ally Heflin with a 117. Next action for the team will be Tuesday, Oct. 10 at the Ennis Tournament at the Brickyard Yard in Ferris.