The Simley girls golf team finished out a record season on Monday by accomplishing another first for the program, the highest ever finish in the section tournament. Highlights from the two day tournament were plentiful for the Spartans. Freshman Anna Ahern posted her two best rounds of the year, including her personal best as a Spartan on Friday that helped the Spartan team earn their entry into the finals. Four of the six team members improved on their Friday scores in the finals on Monday. This included Rachael Wolfe who powered her way around the course, hitting towering drives that caught the attention of everyone watching. Junior Britta Iverson, who heard lots of cheers from the crowd as she birdied 3 of the last 11 holes. Along with Senior Captain Annika Iverson, who got sweet revenge against the unforgiving green side bunker on the 17th hole when she feathered a perfect sand shot across the green, nestling near by the difficult back pin location. Senior Captain Emma Johnson claimed the shot of the day, coming within inches of holing out an iron shot from 100 yards on the par five 6th hole, leaving a tap in birdie that helped her shoot one of the best rounds of the tournament. The record team effort was highlighted by the record play of Seventh Grader Isabella McCauley, who’s brilliant two day play allowed her to capture medalist honors for the tournament, and advance to the State tournament next week at Bunker hills. Congratulations to the entire team on a season well played, and good luck to Isabella next week at State.