AVALON — Mary Hommen and Maya Heckmann both shot 42s to help their teams to first and second-place finishes, respectively, at a Rock Valley Conference mini meet Monday at Prairie Woods Golf Course in Avalon.

Hommen’s Cambridge Blue Jays finished first at the mini meet with a team score of 197. Heckmann and the Lakeside Lutheran Warriors tied for second with Jefferson with a score of 205.

For Hommen, it was two brides and a par that helped her to her 42. It was a bit more consistency out of Heckmann on the day, who was unable to notch a birdie, but ended her round with five pars.

Courtney Draeger was ever-so close to joining Hommen and Heckmann in the 42 club as the Jefferson Eagle golfer carded a 43.

Draeger holed three pars and a birdie in her nine holes.

Ainsley Howard finished with the second-best score on the Jefferson roster with a 52. Not far behind was teammate Hailey Milbrath with a 54.

Clara Ball rounded out the Eagles’ 205 with a 56. Val Schamens fired a 57.

Aubrie Pero helped Hommen and the Blue Jays win the meet with her 49. Teammate Kat Toepfer tied Pero’s 49 at the No. 5 spot.

Cambridge’s final two scores came from Hailee Sundquist and Lissy Pero with cards of 57 and 59, respectively.

Ava Heckmann carded the second-best score for the Warriors with a 51. Two strokes behind Heckmann was Grace Thomas with a 53. Emma Statz shot a 59, while Lauren Lostetter fired a 62.

The Eagles, Cambridge Blue Jays and Lakeside Lutheran Warriors will compete in another Rock Valley Conference mini meet on Tuesday at Towne and Country Golf Course in Edgerton at 3:30 p.m.

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