Freshman Ceci Richardsen carded a 93 (+23) to qualify for the second-round of the event slated for Saturday with a tee time of 11:45 a.m. Richardsen's score earned her a three-way tie for 15th place, which was also the cut. According to Palmyra golf coach Tim Refi, she is the first girl in school history to advance to the second round.
Senior Kayla Saylor also competed, missing the cut at 119. Saylor also made school history earlier this week by becoming the first Cougar female golfer to win the Lebanon County girls' crown.
Other local competitors included Northern Lebanon's Carla Zinsky (104) and Cedar Crest's Hailey Hartman (110). Central Dauphin's Allison Cooper fired a 74 and sits atop the leaderboard entering Saturday. Boys' action begins today.