COLUMBUS — It was another solid outing for Frontenac girls golfer Maggie Moody, who took first individually and led her Raiders to a first-place mark Thursday at the Columbus Invitational.

Moody’s nine-hole score of 41 was nine strokes better than the nearest competition. The win in Columbus was the seventh consecutive tournament Moody has won.

Moody’s 41 was part of a Frontenac team score of 208, which was good enough for first place in the team results. The Raiders finished ahead of Girard’s team score of 212, which put the Trojans in second place, and third-place Caney Valley’s score of 240.

Girard finished with the next three individual finishes in order, with Karley Crystal shooting a 50 to take second overall.

Cierra Brumback and Gabbi Sands each shot 52 for the Trojans to earn finishes of third and fourth place.

Frontenac’s Katie Johnson finished with a score of 53 to finish in fifth place.

Michelle Morsette took sixth place after shooting a 54 for the Raiders.

Girard’s Marci Heatherly shot a 58 to finish in 11th place.

The Raiders had a pair of golfers tie for 12th place, as both Samantha Merando and Faith Hill each shot 60.

To round out the scoring for Frontenac, Autumn Bryant shot a 73 to finish in a tie for 24th place.

The Trojans’ final two scores of the day came with Shelby Smith shooting a 61 to finish in 14th place, and Mary Smith coming in with a score of 63 to take 16th place.

Lucas Davis is the sports editor of the Pittsburg Morning Sun. E-mail him at and follow him on twitter @LDsportswriter.