Girls’ golf breaks records with most recent victory


From the Lambert High School Facebook page

Low scorers posing with their first-place trophy at the West Hall Invitational. From left: Kate Owens, Lauren Lauren Lightfritz, Kayley Marschke, and Tiffany Kang.

The girls’ golf team, defending Class AAAAAA champions, gained another decisive victory last Saturday at the West Hall Invitational at Chateau Elan, scoring a record-breaking 213. Senior Kayley Marschke was the low medalist of the team, having only 70 points.

Great day for Lambert girls golf last Saturday. 23 schools were at the West Hall invitational at Chateau Elan. We won…

Posted by Lambert High on Monday, March 14, 2016

The golfers have been on a roll all season, starting off with a check in the win column at the Lady Wolves Invitational. Senior Lauren Lightfritz received a low medal for her score of 71, and received the score of 76 at the West Hall Invitational.


On March 7th, the Lady Longhorns shot an impressive 59 to win a match at Summit Chase Country Club, and were lead by teammates Tiffany Kang, Kate Owens, Lightfritz, and Marshcke. 

The team is stacked with high-caliber athletes, and both Marschke and Lightfritz are committed to play golf in college.


This year, the girls are going for a fourth state title in a row, and judging by the success they’ve achieved thus far in the season, I’d say that trophy is not so far out of reach.