After a record day last week during district play, the Palmyra girls golf team could not duplicate its performance Monday at the sectional.

After a record day last week during district play, the Palmyra girls golf team could not duplicate its performance Monday at the sectional.

All four Lady Panther golfers had their season end at Green Hills Golf Course.

Olivia Sublette missed qualifying for state by two strokes. The Lady Panthers top golfer carded a 103 on the tough Par-72 course. The sophomore finished 20th overall in the field of 52.

“She really gave herself a chance to advance,” Lady Panthers coach Chris Parsons said. “She missed going to state by two strokes. Really proud of her effort.”

Sam Hirner, who was the Panthers No. 1 golfer most of the season, finished with a 108.

Reigan Parsons (124) and Sara Ridout (143) rounded out the scoring for the Lady Panthers.

“It was a good course and just a tough day for the girls,” coach Parsons said. “We played much better the day before (practice round) but the wind made it tough.”

The Palmyra coach mentioned nerves of the bigger stage got the best of his young team on Monday.

“They were all nervous,” he admitted. “I tried telling them it was just a step in the process. It’s a tough way to end the season but the improvement from year one to two was massive. All three who played for this second year improved by an average of 8-12 strokes. I’m really looking forward to what’s to come.”

This season was just the second year of existence for the girls program on the links for Palmyra.