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Tri-9 girls' golf 2012 standings, all-conference awards, links, etc.

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Green Hope won the regular season for the second straight time and also won its conference tournament

The all-conference list, final regular season standings, list of regional qualifiers and conference tournament results from the 2012 Tri-Nine Conference girls' golf season.

Previous seasons


1. Green Hope (6.5 wins), 70.5
2. Middle Creek (1.5 wins), 62.5
3. Apex, 47.5
4. Holly Springs, 49
5. Fuquay-Varina, 43.5
6. Lee County, 30.5
7. Athens Drive, 25.5
8. Panther Creek, 21
9. Cary, N/A


1. Green Hope-248
2. Apex-256
3. Middle Creek-257
4. Holly Springs-262
5. Fuquay-Varina-278
6. Lee County-279
7. Athens Drive-290
8. Panther Creek-297
9. Cary-N/A

Coach of the Year: Donna Lerner, Green Hope
Player of the Year: Sarah Bae, Athens Drive
Tournament medalist: Sarah Bae, Athens Drive (72)

All-conference team (strokes per 9-hole average before dropping worst score):
Sarah Bae, senior, Athens Drive (35.67)
Muk Shoomee, freshman, Lee County (35.8)
Catherine Ashworth, sophomore, Fuquay-Varina (37.25)
Britney Smith, senior, Middle Creek (38)
Maddie Lee, senior, Green Hope (39.75)
Maddi MacClurg, senior, Green Hope (39.25)
Meghan Symonds, sophomore, Green Hope (40)
Sophie Riegel, Green Hope (40)
Amanda Yannoni, sophomore, Green Hope (40.86)
Cari Albritton, senior, Apex (40.75
Leigha Holt, Holly Springs (41.25)
Betsy Dohrer, Middle Creek (41.75)

REGIONAL TEAM QUALIFIERS: Green Hope, Apex, Middle Creek, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina

INDIVIDUAL REGIONAL QUALIFIERS: Sarah Bae (Athens); Muk Shoomee (Lee);

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J. Mike Blake has been the Sports Editor for The Cary News and Southwest Wake News since October 2008. He holds two "unofficial" NCHSAA records in two different sports - highest career free throw percentage (2-of-2) in basketball and fewest career singles victories (zero. sigh.) for tennis.