PENDLETON–The scores keep dropping for the Pendleton Heights girls’ golf team, which is a good thing.

Thursday, the Arabians placed 2nd in a home tri-meet, edging Hamilton Heights, but coming up short against Tipton.

The Blue Devils shot 183 as a team, followed by PHHS at 200 and the Huskies finished at 209.

The highlight of the day belonged to sophomore Danielle Tinsley. She holed out from 150 yards on the par-five seventh hole for an eagle, on her way to medalist honors and a personal best 39.

Senior Kiersten Maxwell shot a 44, junior Haley Brown finished with a 54, and freshman Ryann Norris came in with a 63.

Despite a personal best performance from its senior, the Arabians dropped its first dual meet of the year Wednesday at home to Shelbyville.

Maxwell earned overall medalist honors with a 40, including a birdie on the second hole, but the Golden Bears edged the Arabians 194-201.

Tinsley shot a 44 and Brown came in with a 51. Norris finished with a 66.

The Arabians return to action Saturday at Edgewood Country Club to participate in the Lapel Invitational, which begins at 1 p.m.

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Rob Hunt covers news, sports and other happenings in South Madison County. He can be reached at rhunt@pendletontimespost.com or (765) 778-2324.