WAXAHACHIE — Battling a little bit of bad weather and a tough Highland Park team, the Waxahachie Lady Indian varsity golf team finished second in the annual Waxahachie Fall Classic over the weekend.
After shooting a 376 on day one, the Lady Indians bounced back on Saturday at the Waxahachie Country Club to fire a 357.
Kate Hendrix led the team with a 177 two-day total after shooting her best round to date on Saturday (84) to finish in third-place overall.
Baylie Paris shot a solid 181 (91-90) on the home course, while Ana Herrin finished with a 186 (96-90), and Marisabel Garza went 96-93.
Olivia Toliver, who competed as a medalist shot a 107 on day one before coming back on Saturday to card her best round of the year (98).
After shooting a 98 on day one, Kaylie Nash was forced to withdraw due to an ankle injury.
The varsity Lady Indians return to the course Nov. 10-11 at the Texas Two Step hosted by Mansfield Lake Ridge. The first day of the tournament will be held at Southern Oaks Golf Club in Burleson with day-two action taking place at Tangle Ridge in Cedar Hill.
While the varsity was busy chasing Highland Park in Waxahachie, the junior varsity Lady Indians had their hands full at the Meadowbrook Park golf tournament hosted by Richardson High School. Waxahachie finished in third place in the one-day tournament with a 406 team score.
Veronica Johnson carded a team-low 91 to finish third overall, while Braelyn Johnson shot a 93 for sixth place. Allison Heflin finished ninth with a 101.
Other scores included Meredith Fay with a 103, Andi Wallace and Mackenzie Parks both shot a 106, and Mia Munoz finished her round with a 107.
The junior varsity Lady Indians returned to action Tuesday, Oct. 24 at the Golf Club of Dallas but results were not available as of press time.