Switzerland County came out on top in a four-way girls golf meet at Belterra Resort and Casino on Tuesday.

The Pacers shot a 243 to edge Southwestern by nine strokes. South Ripley was third with a 253 and Jac-Cen-Del did not field a complete team.

Sydney Keene of Jac-Cen-Del was the low-medalist with a 47. Mackenzie Black led South Ripley with a 51 and Susie Reyes had a 54.

Kelsey Reeves led Southwestern with a 52, Kyla Harsin had a 65, Beth Reno a 66 and Megan Morris a 69.

"All in all it was a good day on a beautiful day for golf," Southwestern coach David Bright said. "(Belterra) was a tough course for the girls; it's tough course for any amateur golfer. The scores were inflated a little because of the course but I thought they played well and we're really making progress."

Southwestern hosts South Ripley and Jac-Cen-Del at Spring Hills Golf Course today.

Carroll girls lose dual meet

The Carroll County girls golf team dropped a dual meet decision to Henry County, 229-243 Tuesday at the Henry County Country Club.

Hannah McMahan led the Panthers with a 52, Jadyn Bailey shot a 59, Natalie Bennett had a 63 and Ciara Hamilton had a 69.

Carroll was scheduled to face Trimble County at Fairway Golf Course on Wednesday. The Panthers' next match is on Tuesday at Grant County.

Carroll boys fall to Walton

Carroll County's boys golf team lost to Walton-Verona 163-198 in a dual meet at Fairway Golf Course on Tuesday.

Levi Stephenson paced the Panthers with a 45, Blake Belcher had a 49 and Clint Burgess and Jackson Donohue each had 52.

Carroll hosts Trimble County and Owen County at Fairway today.