Goblirsch, Boquet lead All-Journal girls’ golf team
All-Journal Girls Golf
Kayla Goblirsch, Fr.,
New Ulm Cathedral
Goblirsch has qualified for the state meet three times and this year she finished 10th overall with a two-day total of 178. The All-Tomahawk Conference golfer averaged 44 this past season over nine holes. She still has three years left at Cathedral and she’s in good position to add more state tournament appearances to an incredible career already. She was an All-Tomahawk Conference and All-State selection this past season.
Jana Julia Boquet, Sr., New Ulm
The foreign exchange student from Matadepera, Spain finished 23rd overall at her first state tournament with a two-day total of 170. She averaged a 42.57 over nine holes and her top 18-hole score was 78. She was the medalist in four events this past season and she was named All-Big South Conference.
Mackenzie Lothert, Sr., Springfield
Lothert finished 27th at the state meet this year with a two-day total of 190. She finished 14th at state her junior year and she was a four-time state qualifier for the Tigers. She helped lead the Tigers to a third-place finish at the state tournament two years ago. Lothert averaged a 45.75 over nine holes this year and was All-Tomahawk Conference three times.
Nadine Clobes, Jr., MVL
Clobes became the first girls’ golfer from MVL to qualify for the state tournament and she didn’t disappoint. Clobes shot a 197 over the two days, good enough for 40th place. She averaged 45 over nine holes and 98 over 18 holes. The All-Tomahawk Conference selection will be swinging for another state tournament appearance next year.
Shaylee Schiller, Jr., Cedar Mountain
Schiller competed at the state meet for the second time this year, finishing the 2019 season 42nd overall with a two-day total of 198. She finished third at the Section 2A meet and she’s a three-time All-Tomahawk Conference selection heading into her senor year. She averaged a 50.6 over nine holes this past season.
Abbey Frauenholtz, Sr., New Ulm
Frauenholtz shot a 191 to finish 48th overall at the Class AA state tournament. She was the medalist in four events this past year and she averaged 43 over nine holes this year. The three-time state qualifier will golf for Concordia next year.
Avery Weisensel, Sr., MVL
Weisensel averaged a 51 over nine holes and a 103 over 18 holes for the Chargers this past spring. The senior was All-Tomahawk Conference and she was the team captain for MVL.
Izzie Wolkow, Sr.,
Wolkow finished her senior year averaging 49.8 over nine holes. She helped lead the Eagles to a fourth-place finish at the section tournament this past year and she had a personal-best 18-hole score of 88.