Her dominant four-year run for the Caseys ended like it began, with individual titles at the Monmouth County and Shore Conference tournaments. She ended her career with a second place finish at the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions. She won that tournanment in 2012 and finished second in 2011.
School: Colts Neck
Mills continues to impress with her strong play in every event. After winning the Shore Conference Tournament as a sophomore, Mills was second there this season, her third straight finish in one of the top two spots in the event. She was tied for fifth at the Tournament of Champions.
Looking to follow in her older sister Taylor’s shoes, Totland began her career for the Caseys with a fifth place finish at the Monmouth County Tournament. She moved up to third place at the Shore Conference Tournament at Pine Barrens. She ended her season by shooting 82 at the Tournament of Champions, the same score her older sister posted as a freshman.
After establishing herself among the area’s top players as a junior, Bohny continued to place near the top of the leaderboard every time she competed. She was third at the Monmouth County Tournament and fourth at the Shore Conference Tournament. At the Tournament of Champions at Cherry Valley, Bohny posted an 85 as Holmdel finished seventh as a team.
School: Rumson-Fair Haven
The highlight of Veasey’s senior campaign came at the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions at Cherry Valley, where she shot 80 and finished in a tie for 13th in the state. She was top 10 at both the Monmouth County and Shore Conference tournaments. She shot 37 in an individual match to help Rumson hand RBC itsr only loss of the season.
Miller showed why the Hornets are so optimistic about the program’s future, helping them finish second at both the Monmouth County and Shore Conference tournaments. Individually, Miller was fourth at the MCT and tied for fifth at the SCT. She carded a 90 at the Tournament of Champions.
Her emergence in her first season of high school golf was a major part of the Hornet’s tournament success. She finished seventh at the Monmouth County Tournament and tied for fifth at the Shore Conference Tournament.