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Results from Fairfield girls golf from 8/4/2020

Fairfield placed 7th at today's Goshen Varsity Girls Golf Invitational.
Fairfield Scores:
Trinity Ruiz - 98 (Good for 7th place individually)
Bailey Willard - 108
Malley Behles - 113
Ashlynn Yoder - 130

Teams Scores were:
Concord 370
Marian 371
Lakeland 386
Goshen 427
Fairfield 449
Elkhart 457
Mishawaka 478
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Goshen girls golf results from 8/3/2020

The Lady RedHawks competed for the first time this season at the Goshen Invitational at Black Squirrel. The team was led by Sophomore, Maya Narayan with a score of 100. Maya tied for 8th place. Goshen finished 4th out of 7 teams with a team score of 427, sixteen strokes better than last year's 443! Concord took home the 1st place trophy with a team score of 370 and Mishawaka Marian came in second place with a 371. There was a tie with a score of 76 for low medalist between Lakeland's Madison Keil and Mishawaka Marian's Selah Unwin. After a sudden death on hole number 17, both girls tied, going on to hole 18, where Selah Unwin received a par over Madison's bogey.

The Lady RedHawks are back at it tomorrow morning at Pretty Lake Golf Course for the Plymouth Invitational.
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We're preparing for the return of high school sports this fall.

We have a few, rare openings for advertisers on our Goshen and Fairfield broadcasts this year.

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For more information about advertising on ElkhartCountySports.com, contact Brent Randall at
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Brent and Denny, along with Brent Carrick and Brian Bechtel, represented ElkhartCountySports at the annual Goshen Gridiron Club golf outing at Maplecrest CC Saturday.
Wonderful weather for golf and renewing friendships with alumni players and coaches.
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Goshen High School and Edward Jones are proud to announce the student-athlete of the month award to recognize athletic and academic excellence. At the end of the year, a $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to one male and one female student athlete of the month, as selected by the GHS coaching staff.

The winners of the Edward Jones Student-Athlete of the Year Award are Ryan Harmelink and Lizzy Kirkton:

Pictured with Ryan are from Left: Boys Basketball Coach Michael Wohlford, Ryan Harmelink, Boys Tennis Coach Daniel Love, Assistant to the Athletic Director Tyler Miller

Pictures with Lizzy Kirkton are from Left: Girls Basketball Coach Shaun Hill, Lizzy Kirkton, Sophia Kirkton, Girls Tennis Coach Daniel Love

Ryan is the son of Erin and Tonya Harmelink. Ryan went 46-20 during his career for boys tennis. He was named All-NLC selection at number one singles this season. Ryan also received the MVP, Paul Underwood Mental Attitude Award, Captain, Tom Sovine Career Achievement Award for boys tennis this past season. He is a 3 year letter winner for boys tennis. Ryan was named All-District, All-State Team Academic 1st team for boys tennis. He won the Beets Hoke Teamwork Award and Derek Burkhead Memorial Award this past season for boys basketball. Ryan is a two time letter winner for boys basketball. He was a part of the Academic All-NLC team this season. Ryan leads the team by example with his physical fitness as well as his mental and emotional competitive toughness. Ryan has a 4.34 GPA and is ranked number two in his class. Ryan is a member of the National Honors Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Athletic Council, Key Club, Stay in bounds Ambassadors, and his church youth group. He has received the Kiwanis Scholar Athlete award throughout his high school career for his outstanding grades while participating in athletics. After high school, Ryan plans to attending Goshen College and major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Lizzy is the daughter of Todd and Allison Kirkton. She has two sisters Haley and Sophia. Lizzy is an outside and inside hitter on the volleyball team. She won the Barb Zook Mental Attitude award, was named one of the team Captain, and Versatile Skills Excellence for volleyball this past season. Lizzy was a three year letter winner for volleyball. She won the F.A.C.E award and was the top scholar athlete for girls basketball. Lizzy is a 4 year letter winner for girls basketball and holds the GHS career record for games played on varsity. She was named Academic All State and was the top Kiwanis Scholar Athlete for volleyball and girls basketball. Lizzy has attended the Academic Honors Banquet. She has a 4.25 GPA and is ranked number seventh in her class. Lizzy is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Stay In Bounds Ambassadors, and church youth group. She has been named a Kiwanis Scholar Athlete throughout her high school career for her hard work both in and out of the classroom. After high school, Lizzy plans on going to Eastern Mennonite University to study exercise science and to complete in volleyball.
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