Girls’ Golf Places Fourth at State Final

After winning the WPIAL Class AAA runner-up title and accruing a season record of 12-2, the Lady Foxes concluded the year as the fourth-place finisher at the 2017 PIAA team championship. It was the first time in seven years that the program had a presence at the state final.

As she had all season, senior Hannah Conroy led the way on the 18-hole course at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York, Pennsylvania. She finished second among all golfers with a score of 76.

“Hannah had a great performance and it was a fitting way for her to end a great high school golfing career,” says head coach John Broderick.

Fellow senior Cara Levicoff finished in a tie for 11th place.

Besides Hannah and Cara, other members of the Lady Foxes team who participated were juniors Jessica Paper and Nicole Garcia-Tunon, and sophomore Emily Scheffler.

“All year, the girls gave a 100 percent at practices and their hard work really showed on the links,” adds Coach Broderick. “I’m very proud of them as golfers, but even prouder of the young women they have become and the way they have represented our school and community.”