The Fulton girls golf team finished in fifth place Monday at the North Central Missouri Conference Tournament at Heritage Hills in Moberly.
The Lady Hornets also came away with a pair of top-five finishers in the individual standings.
Junior Grace Ousley was the top Fulton finisher in third, with a score of 95, while senior Grace Siegel was just behind her in fourth with a score of 97. Both contributed to the Fulton team score of 454.
Kirksville had the best team and individual score on the day with a score of 383, ahead of second-place Hannibal’s 431, and Addy Davis of the Lady Tigers won the individual conference title with a 79.
Kirksville had five golfers finish in the top 14 to earn all-conference honors, while Fulton had the aforementioned two. Freshman Regann Cunningham had the next best score for Fulton in 19th with a 123.
Senior Emily Clark was 28th with a 139 and senior Elexis Clark was 29th with a 143 for the Lady Hornets.
Marshall’s Leah Weaver had the second-best score at 93, part of the Lady Owls’ third-place 436 team score.
Fulton will be back in action today at Mexico in a quad meet with Mexico, Moberly and Wright City.