Cromwell shoots tournament best score
By Darryl G. Smart
While Kailey Cromwell took the bragging rights of best score at the Greens at Renton Monday, the Holy Trinity Titans took home the hardware and made a bit of history in the process.
Cromwell, a Pauline Johnson Collegiate Vocational School student shot a tournament-best 93, the Titans captured the first-ever Athletic association of Brant Haldimand Norfolk girls golf championship.
It was also the first title handed out for the new high school sports conference combining Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk.
“I’m very proud of the ladies for winning the first-ever AABHN tournament on home soil,” Titans coach Matt Martinow. “They battled some challenging holes on the course today and some were able to experience tournament play for the first time. Awesome work.”
Cromwell shot a 44 on the front half of the blue/green course and added a 49 on the back half.
The Titans’ Jasmine Reardon placed second shooting a 51 and 50 for a 101 total. Teammates Kendall Mychahjluk and Jenise Ferras weren’t too far behind, shooting 112 and 113 respectively.
The AABHN boys golf tournament was scheduled for Wednesday at the Greens at Renton, but with the threat of rain all day, it has been pushed to Monday.