A highlight of a meet for the Dallas Center-Grimes girls’ golf team took place Thursday at the Terrace Hills Golf Course in Altoona.


In the 18 hole Bondurant-Farrar Invite, the Fillies took down the five team field with a first place finishing score of 386. Norwalk placed second as a team with a mark of 423 while Panorama came in third place with a team score of 433.


Records were matched and broken by the Fillies en rout to the first place finish. The 2018 team etched their name into school history as their front nine score of 182 marked the lowest nine hole team score in school history. What’s more is that the total team score of 386 by the Fillies marks the second best 18 hole round in school history.


Individually the first place effort came courtesy of three Filly golfers invading the top five spots. No one was better than Aubree Klug who bested all 28 other golfers to earn the meet medalist honor after shooting a round of 93. Just as the team did with the front nine, so too did Klug earning her best nine hole round of 45 while her back nine score of 48 came just one stroke off her season low nine hole mark.


Lydia Steier followed closely behind Klug, also using a front nine score of 45 to help her earn a grant total of 94 strokes and runner up status. Fellow teammate Sarah Rauchenberg matched the first round scores of 45 by Klug and Steier and added a back nine score of 51 for a grand total of 96 strokes on the day. That score gave Rauchenberg the fourth best score of the meet.


The counting scores for the Fillies rounded off with Emerson Kleis putting up two phenomenal season best rounds en rout to a total of 103. Kleis’s first nine holes shattered her prior season best nine hole mark of 60 with a score of 47 Thursday. Kleis bested her old season mark within the back nine as well with 56 strokes total. Kleis marked the fourth DC-G golfer inside the top ten spots for the meet.


Rounding out all the scores for the Fillies, Reagon Stokley pitched in an 18 hole round of 112 while Annagrace Dalbey notched a round of 115 on the day.


The season for the Fillies is scheduled to continue on Monday, May 14 with a home triangular against former conference foes Perry and Winterset. The meet will be held at the Beaver Creek Golf Course with tee off time now set for 2:30 p.m.