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Lafayette’s Biermann records three tournament victories in girls golf

Lafayette junior Booke Biermann has played in three girls golf tournaments this season.

The results were all the same — first place.

Lafayette junior Brooke Biermann, second from left, is with her Lancer teammates.

Biermann won the Ladue Invitational that was played Wednesday at the Links At Dardenne. She won with a 6-under 66. Momo Kikuchi, of Pattonville, was second with a 68.

“I made eight birdies,” Biermann said. “Our team finished second as well which was nice.”

The Lancers finished second with a team score of 337. Summit won with a 333. Marquette came in third at 351.

In her first tournament of the season, Biermann won the Summit Invitational at Cresent Farms.

“I really like Cresent,” Biermann said. “The course was in great shape.”

She earned her third consecutive victory in the tournament. She won with a 3-under 69.

“Overall, it was a solid round,” Biermann said. “I finished with three birdies in a row. The three birdie finish made for a nice end to the round.”

Ella Overstreet, of Jackson, was a distant second with a 75

The Lancers as a team came in fourth with a 344. Jackson won the event with a 324.

Her next tournament was the Angel Classic hosted by St. Joseph’s Academy at Quail Creek Golf Club.

“Going into the tournament, I was confident,” Biermann said. “I gained a lot of confidence over the summer. I don’t get to play there (Quail Creek) often. I like the course layout. It is a fair course with several really good tee shots.”

Biermann finished second last year in the tournament. This year, her expectations were to do better.

“My goal was to win and keep things rolling,” Biermann said.

She kept it rolling. Biermann finished first with a 2-under 70.

“It was a solid round. It definitely could have been better,” Biermann said. “I had several putts that lipped out. Nothing really stands out. It was just a solid day.”

Briana McMinn, of O’Fallon, was second with a 72

In the 19-team field tournament, St. Joseph’s compiled a score of 310 to win the team title by just two strokes over both O’Fallon and Jackson. Lafayete was sixth with a 362.

Her next tournament will be the Farmington Match Play on Sept. 25. Before that are a couple of dual matches against Summit and Marquette.

“I just want to keep playing well and finish the season strong,” Biermann said.

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