The girls golf team travelled to two tournaments this week, Tuesday in Goodland and Thursday at Cimarron.

Goodland's meet was the first 18-hole tournament of the season.

"This was a tough outing due to temperatures over 100 and a tough course with lots of trees," coach Michelle Thompson said. "It certainly was a challenge for our first 18 hole tournament of the season. I’m pleased with the mental toughness our girls had to show to complete their rounds."  

Alli Mead shot 100 to medal in seventh place.
Anais Gonzalez shot 111 to place 17th.
Maegan Vargas (134) and Mya Brown (155) rounded out the Lakin scores.

On Thursday afternoon at Cimarron the girls played a shorter meet.
"We wrapped up a busy week with a 9-hole tournament," Thompson said. "It was a windy day which made the course play really long."

Mead shot a personal best score of 45 and took fourth place, her best finish in her high school career. 

Gonzalez shot 57 to finish in 20th place.

Brown, playing her first golf ever as a freshman, got her first par in a tournament and lowered her personal best by three strokes, shooting 70