Senior standout Kiah Parrott breaks her own school record in the Kokomo Invitational at the Chippendale Golf Course. She shot 7-under 66, breaking her previous record by two shots. Earlier last week, she tied for second place in the Harrison Invitational at the Coyote Crossing Golf Club, scoring 6-over 78.
In her time at KHS, Parrott never has placed lower than 10th in any tournament or match, other than the two times she competed at the state meet where she placed 29th and 16th. She has had quite a bit of success, including making the all-state team for two years, being the sectional champion and runner-up, and being the North Central Conference (NCC) champion and runner-up. Additionally, she has school records for lowest nine-hole score, lowest seasonal nine-hole average, and was named part of one of the best sectional placing teams in Wildkat history in 2018.
Parrott will attend Ball State University in the fall and continue her golf career with the Cardinals.
The next varsity girls’ golf match is at home against Madison-Grant High School and will tee off at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 14.