Ridgewood’s Sabrina Bonanno wins Independent Conference Meet

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FLOSSMOOR —Ridgewood senior Sabrina Bonanno shot a 34 to take first place at the Independent Conference Meet at Coyote Run Golf Courseon Thursday.

Bonanno began her round with three straight pars before she and the other competitors were called off the course due to a rain delay. The inclement weatherforced the tournament to be cut from 18 holes to nine. After returning to the course, Bonanno closed out her round by shooting 2-under par over her last six holes.

Bonanno and the players in her group often spent at least 5-10 minutes waiting to hit their tee shots after the rain delay, and they usually spent the same amount of time waiting to hit their second shots.

“It was playing slow, and it’s hard to get into your rhythm,” Bonanno said. “But it wasn’t that bad. I like to play fast, so it’s easier to get into a rhythm (that way). But once I got into it and started making putts, I got into a rhythm.”

Lemont senior Bridget Lynn finished with an even-par 36, and she was followed by T.F. South sophomore Maggie Sloan (37).Lynn and Sloan took first and second in the South Suburban Conference’s portion of the tournament, respectively, while Bonanno was the decisive winner among her Metro Suburban Conference competitors.

Timothy Christian junior Peyton Pinkerton (48) took second in the MSC.

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