Alexis Hungate shot 40 in leading Northwestern, followed by Olivia McClure (42), Ashton Martin (43) and Carly Shaw (49).
Minka Gill led Western with a 42, next was Natalie Newlin (49), Anna Austin (55) and Sophie Frazier (56).
LOGANSPORT 186, TAYLOR 194
Taylor was eight strokes better than it was Wednesday night, but it wasn’t enough as Logansport won by eight strokes at Chippendale Golf Course’s Vintage Nine.
Daysi Jarvis was medalist with a 43 in leading Taylor. Jarvis was followed by Taylor Mosier (48), Ashley Fritsch (49) and Bree Wright (54).
“It was a pretty evenly matched night for the ladies as it came down to the last girl for Logansport to come out with the win,” Taylor coach Justin Palmer said. “I was very pleased with how the girls played [Thursday] and in my opinion it is the best they have played together all season. Even though the girls didn’t come out with a win it was a pretty awesome site to see them all around the last green laughing, crying and consoling each other after the final score. They were also cheering on their teammate Daysi Jarvis as she was the medalist with a 43. I am very pleased with their performance over the past three days and cant wait to see how well they play Saturday at our MIC meet.”
TAYLOR 4, EASTERN 1
Taylor (4-2) improved to 2-1 in the Mid-Indiana Conference after defeating Eastern.
Taylor’s No. 1 singles player Jack Lipchik started things off with a 6-1, 6-0 win. The Titans’ No. 2 singles player Camden Kimbler was tops in three sets 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. Taylor’s No. 3 singles player Casey Glick won in straight sets 6-2, 6-4.
The Titans’ No. 1 doubles team of Cole Schroder and Austin Douglas also won in straight sets 6-4, 6-2.
“The three seniors [Lipchik, Glick and Douglas] all three played well,” Taylor coach Dave Wise said. “They got into their match, and finished at the same time. Kimbler struggled at first in his match, but finished strong, coming back and winning in three sets.”