Seven teams made their way to this season’s regional matches hosted by the Woodward-Granger girls’ golf team.


On Monday at the Woodward Golf and Country Club, the Hawks finished out their season after placing fifth with a combined 18-hole round score of 455.


Cierra DeHoet, capped off her Hawks’ sophomore season with a tournament score of 102, which tied her for 11th place overall.


DeHoet had a solid back nine score finishing with a 49. She stumbled a little in the front nine with a 53.


She might have avoided the century mark if it hadn’t been for the four over par on the first hole of her day.


Paige Mescher, Hawks senior, finished 18th overall just six strokes behind DeHoet with a 108. Mescher led the Hawks after nine holes with a 48. Her struggles came on the back nine when she shot four over on the 10th and six over on the 16th.


Younger sister Aubrey Mescher placed 22nd with a round of 112 while fellow Hawk Ashland James’s 133 placed her 37th.


In team competition it was fellow Hawks from South Hamilton taking the top prize with a 400 followed by the BCLUW Comets with a 401 and in third was the Van Meter Bulldogs with a 434.


In fourth place was the Des Moines Christian Lions with a 440. Central Decatur Cardinals’ 459 placed them sixth and in seventh place with a 463 was the Pleasantville Trojans.


Five players advanced to the next round. Van Meter’s Molly Carey (86) who was the medalist winner, Cardinals’ Lily Simon (89), Comets’ Mackenzie Trinkle (96), South Hamilton’s Jenna Woodall (98) and Lions’ Cece Sturdivant (98).