LOCAL ROUNDUP: MU women’s golf makes season debut at Minnesota Invitational

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The Missouri women’s golf team is tied for ninth after the first two rounds of the Minnesota Invitational. The Tigers sit at 13 over par.

Individually for Missouri, Cayce Hendrickson is tied for 21st at two over par, Emma Allen is 31st at three over par, Cherise Otter is 45th at five over par, Jess Yuen is 54th at six over par and Amanda Kim is 66th at eight over par. The third and fourth rounds will take place Tuesday.

Tolton tennis earns first win

The Tolton girls tennis team won 5-4 against Fulton on Monday. The Trailblazers went 2-1 in doubles matches and won three of the six singles matches. The win was the team’s first of the year, improving their record to 1-3.

Tolton will face Moberly at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cosmo Park.

Rock Bridge emerges with victory in KC

The Rock Bridge girls tennis team defeated Shawnee Mission East 6-3 on Monday. The Bruins won both the No. 1 and No. 2 doubles matches and won the No. 1 through No. 4 singles matches. The win improves the Bruins’ record to 4-1.

Rock Bridge’s next match is at home against Lawrence Free State at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bethel Park.

Kewpies volleyball wins match against Sacred Heart

The Hickman volleyball team won its match against Sacred Heart 2-0 on Monday night. The Kewpies’ record now stands at 8-1-4.

Hickman’s next match will be against Southern Boone at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Hickman.

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