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Sunday, December 17 Sports

Hearst Connecticut Media girls golf all-stars

MVP

Sarah Houle, Newtown

Junior shot a 79 to win the SWC individual championship title for the third straight season … Shot a one-under par 71 to win the CIAC championship … Finished season with a 2.02 differential … Placed in the top five in the CIAC tournament as a freshman and a sophomore … CHSCA Player of the Year, three-time All-State, All-SWC first team.

Alexa Brown, Trumbull

Senior shot a 77 to win the FCIAC individual title … Shot an 84 to tie for 11th at the CIAC championships and an 83 to tie for 25th in New England … Finished season with a state differential of 5.19 and a FCIAC differential of 7.49 … Made 12 birdies in FCIAC matches, including at least one birdie in seven straight matches … All-State, All-FCIAC first team.

Emily Cohen, Darien

Sophomore shot a 79 to place second at the FCIAC championships and a 76 to finish third at the CIAC championship … Had FCIAC differential of 4.95 … FCIAC Golfer of the Year … All-State, All-FCIAC first team.

NoraNoel Nolan, Wilton

Senior tied for third at the FCIAC championships (80) and tied for sixth at both the New England (76) and CIAC (81) championships … Two-year team captain … Tied record for lowest nine-hole round (33) in the FCIAC … All-State, two-time All-FCIAC first team … Will play at Sacred Heart.

Jessica Nuzzaci, Warde

Sophomore finished eighth at the CIAC championships (82) and shot an 87 to tie for ninth at the FCIAC championships … All-State, All-FCIAC first team.

Sydney Nethercott, Greenwich

Freshman shot an 85 to tie for sixth at the FCIAC championships and shot a 90 to tie for 22nd at the CIAC championships … Finished season with a 40.7 scoring average and a 5.44 average differential … Was the medalist or co-medalist in eight of the Cardinals’ matches … All-State, All-FCIAC first team.

Tessa Piontkowski, New Canaan

Senior tied for ninth at the FCIAC championships (87) and tied for 11th at the CIAC championships (84) … Finished season with a 5.41 state differential … Shot a 33 at Tashua Knolls … All-State, FCIAC All-East team.

Molly Healey, Barlow

Junior shot an 87 to place second individually at the SWC championships, leading the Falcons to the team title … Shot an 83 at both the New England (tied for 25th) and CIAC (tied for ninth) championships … Was the team’s medalist in 12 of 15 matches during junior year and 29 of 42 matches over three-year career … Three-time All-SWC first team.

Mia Scarpati, Ridgefield

Freshman finished fifth at the FCIAC championships (81) and shot an 86 to tie for 15th at the CIAC championships … FCIAC All-West team.

Ashley Feighery, Greenwich

Senior had career scoring average of 42.6 and a career differential average of 7.13 … Shot a 92 to tie for 14th at the FCIAC championships and a 90 to tie for 22nd at the CIAC championships … Had scoring average of 42.4 and differential average of 6.71 and was medalist or co-medalist in four matches during senior season for the Cardinals … Two-year team captain … Was medalist or co-medalist in four matches … All-FCIAC first team … Will attend University of Alabama.

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Emily Healy, Warde

Junior shot an 87 to tie for ninth at the FCIAC championships and an 84 to tie for 11th at the CIAC championships … All-State, FCIAC All-East team.

Julianna Sweet, Brookfield

Senior finished in the top six individually in the SWC tournament for the second straight year … Shot a 91 to tie for 28th at the CIAC championships … Had the third lowest scoring average in the SWC …All-SWC first team … Will play at Union College.

Alyssa Maiolo, Ridgefield

Sophomore shot an 83 to tie for ninth at the CIAC championships … FCIAC All-West team.

Bridget Barnsley, Amity

Junior tied for second at the SCC championships after shooting a 41 … Medaled in 10 of the Spartans’ 13 matches … Shot a 90 at the CIAC championships to tie for 22nd … Two-time team MVP … All-State, All-SCC.

Meghan Mitchell, New Canaan

Sophomore shot an 80 to tie for third at the FCIAC championships, helping the Rams win the team title … Tied for eighth in New England (76) and finished 19th at the CIAC championships (88) … Posted a 7.93 state differential … FCIAC All-East team.

Morgan Hibbert, New Canaan

Sophomore tied for sixth at the FCIAC championships (85) to help the Rams capture the team title … Had a state differential of 9.51 … Shot an 87 to tie for 16th at the CIAC championships and an 85 at the New England championships to place 29th … FCIAC All-East team.

COACH OF THE YEAR

Priscilla Schulz, New Canaan

Coached the Rams to the CIAC and FCIAC championships.

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