Wayne Country Day finished what it started when the N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association girls’ golf season began earlier in the Fall.
The Chargers fired a team score of 231 and captured the NCISAA Division II championship in dominating fashion on Monday afternoon at the Bryan Park Golf and Conference Center in Greensboro. After finishing third for the past few seasons, the Chargers finally captured the state championship they’ve been dreaming about.
Wayne Country Day head coach David Flowers said he was incredibly proud of the Chargers for overcoming adversity this season to win a state championship.
As has been the case all season, Karsyn Roberts led the way for the Chargers.
Roberts fired a 1 over-par 73 to finish tied for second place and earn all-state honors.
Anna Reiners (78) finished in fifth while Ashton Gupton shot an 80 to come in sixth. Reiners and Gupton also earned all-state honors for the champions.
Carolina Bryan (116) and Madalyn Brown (117) completed the Chargers’ team total.
Wayne Country Day’s team total of 231 was nine strokes better than runner-up The O’Neal School (242). Forsyth Country Day (266) wound in third, and Cape Fear Academy (287) finished in fourth.
Wayne Christian’s Brianna Verme led the Eagles with a 106.