SHELBY -- The Ashland High School girls golf team won the 10-team Shelby Invitational on Monday in the first tournament of the season at Shelby Country Club.
The Arrows carded a team score of 336, followed by Lexington (371), Huron (377), Bellevue (389), Margaretta (413), Sandusky Perkins (441), Norwalk (472), Tiffin Columbian (478), Port Clinton (480) and Vermilion (488).
Lexington's Amanda Ruminski posted a 73 to earn medalist honors. Ashland's Anna Watson scored a 75 to take runner-up.
The Ashland team was paced by Watson's 75, followed by Kira Moore (82), Klaira Paramore (88) and Sarah Anderson (91). Livia Sponsler (101) and Abby Fossaceca (103) also participated for the Arrows.
"It was a great first effort for the first tournament of the year," Ashland girls golf coach Nancy Noble said. "I was very pleased with all of their scores as we look to improve for the 2019 season."
The Arrows return to action Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. at the White Pines Golf Course for the Perrysburg Invitational.