Lothert, Winkelmann lead All-Journal girls

Mackenzie Lothert, Jr., Springfield

The Co-Player of the Year, Lothert finished 14th at the state tournament with a 176. She helped the Tigers to a fifth-place finish at the Class A state meet. She had a 43.5 season average and was an All-Conference selection. Just a junior, she made her third trip to state and is hoping to finish in the Top 10 next year.

Makenna Winkelmann, Sr., Springfield

Winkelmann finished 15th at the Class A state tournament, turning in a two-day score of 180. She was the Tomahawk Conference Player of the Year with a 43.7 scoring average. She was the Section 2A champion and she was a three-time All-Conference player and four-time state participant. She was the team’s vocal leader and most consistent player. Most accomplishments of anyone on our team throughout her career.

Abbey Frauenholtz, Jr., New Ulm High School

Frauenholtz qualified for the state meet for the second year in a row and finished 16th overall with a 165. She averaged a 43 over nine holes and had a personal-best of 76.

Kayla Goblirsch,

8th grade,

New Ulm Cathedral

Goblirsch qualified for the state tournament for the second time in her career and finished 20th with a 181. She finished fourth in the conference and her score counted in 11 of the team’s 12 meets. She was the medalist in nine meets this year and was All-Conference this past season.

Anna Plotz, sr.,

Springfield

Plotz helped the Tigers to a fifth-place finish at the Class A state tournament. She shot a 195 at state and finished 39th overall. She averaged a 48.7 over nine holes and she qualified for the state meet three times. She was All-Conference for the Tigers this year.

Izzie Wolkow, New Ulm High School

Wolkow averaged a 48.7 over nine holes and had a personal-best of 88. She missed All-Conference by one shot in the Big South and she was named to the All-Journal team twice in her career.

Erica Bock, Sr.,

Cedar Mountain

Bock was a 2018 state participant where she shot a 214 and finished 67th overall. She averaged a 51 over nine holes and she’s a two-time state participant (2017, 2018) and two-time All-Conference pick.

Shaylee Schiller, So., Cedar Mountain

Schiller qualified for the state meet and shot a 219 and finished 71st overall.

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