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Catholic High’s Thibodeaux places sixth in Division II girls golf

Posted: 5:41 PM, May 01, 2018
Updated: 2018-05-01 18:41:09-04

PRESS RELEASE

YOUNGSVILLE – Cassidy Lambert of Academy of the Sacred Heart had the day’s low round and then survived a playoff with first-day leader Liza Lepeyre of Isidore Newman to claim the individual title in the girls’ Division II segment of the Allstate Sugar Bowl LHSAA State Golf Championships.

Lambert, last year’s fifth-place individual finisher, turned in a two-under-par 72 Tuesday over the 5,679-yard par-74 Les Vieux Chenes course. She had entered the final round trailing Lepeyre by four shots but made up that deficit in the final round with the two tying at three-over 151.

In the playoff at the par-four first hole, Lambert holed a three-foot par putt while Lepeyre missed her 16-footer for par to give Lambert (79-72) the title. Lepeyre’s Monday 75 had been good enough for a two-stroke lead over the field entering the final round.

Lacassine’s Carly Whittington and Daphney Tilton finished third and fourth in the individual standings, and those finishes were good enough to give the Cardinals an easy nine-stroke win in the race for the team title. Lacassine finished at 12-over 308 to defend the title the same two players had won last year, with this year’s score a 19-stroke improvement over the Cardinals’ winning 327 score last year.

Whittington (77-76) and Tilton (81-74) helped Lacassine stay ahead of Sacred Heart’s 317 score as runners-up for the second straight year. Isidore Newman finished third at 332 and Episcopal fourth at 337.

The four top individual finishers were the only ones to break 80 in the final round. Riely Heaslip led Episcopal’s effort and finished fifth individually at 81-80-161, while Shrayon Thibodeaux of Catholic High-New Iberia was sixth at 80-82-162.

TEAM STANDINGS
Lacassine                                             158-150 – 308
Academy of the Sacred Heart             163-154 – 317
Isidore Newman                                  163-169 – 332
Episcopal                                             169-168 – 337
Parkview Baptist                                 209-203 – 412
University                                            202-220 – 422
Oberlin                                                218-215 – 433
St. Mary’s                                            231-217 – 448
 

INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS
Cassidy Lambert, Acad. Sacred Heart    79-72 – 151**
Liza Lepeyre, Isidore Newman            75-76 – 151
Carly Whittington, Lacassine              77-76 – 153
Daphney Tilton, Lacassine                  81-74 – 155
Riely Heaslip, Episcopal                      81-80 – 161
Shrayon Thibodeaux, Cath.-New Iberia  80-82 – 162
Grace Jin, Acad. Sacred Heart            84-82 – 166
Marcelle Holmes, Acad. Sacred Heart   86-85 – 171
Caroline Glynn, Episcopal                   88-88 – 176
Chelsey Shaheen, DeQuincy               90-87 – 177
Abby Rowland, Isidore Newman        88-93 – 181
Fiona Marks, Isidore Newman            89-95 – 184
Isabella LoBue, St. John                       92-93 – 185
Dara Hatch, Delhi Charter                  97-99 – 196
Brooke Riley, Parkview Baptist           105-94 – 199
Anna Claire Westbrook, University    97-103 – 200
Chloe Knox, Parkview Baptist             104-109 – 213
Abigail Ramian, St. Mary’s                  109-104 – 213
Angel Battise, Oberlin                         105-111 – 216
Taylor Shaw, Oberlin                          113-104 – 217
Lora Peace, Negreet                           107-112 – 219
Mary Sutton Sotile, University            105-117 – 222
Hannah Smith, Parkview Baptist        122-103 – 225
Olivia Wier, St. Frederick’s                  113-113 – 226
Renea Cunningham, St. Mary’s          122-113 – 235
Natalie Clemmons, Lacassine             113-123 – 236
Ellen Rea, Episcopal                            116-126 – 242
Gracie Chasteen, St. Mary’s               NS-118
Mallory Lee, St. Mary’s                       WD