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CHAMPAIGN – If there's anything better than eating at the Giant City Lodge – all-you-can-eat chicken, you know – with your sister, it's taking all of your teammates along, too.
So says Centennial senior golf standout Jenna Dombroski, a veteran of the Class 2A state tournament in Makanda. Last year, Dombroski and younger sister Lizzy qualified as individuals, but this time the Chargers have advanced as a team, flying high after a school-record 332 total in Monday's sectional.
MASCOUTAH – Centennial girls' golf coach Darren Tee has seen Jenna Dombroski put together some outstanding rounds of golf.
URBANA – Katie Jean is a Cubs fan. The St. Thomas More senior golfer wears a Titleist cap with the logo of the Lovable Losers stitched into the side of it during her rounds.
Good thing for Jean and her St. Thomas More teammates she doesn't fall victim to curses or collapses when the postseason rolls around like her favorite team does.
URBANA – The bad news was Doug Mynatt's Urbana University High cross-country team was without No. 1 runner Malcolm Taylor for a couple of weeks with a respiratory infection. The good news for the Illineks is others used the opportunity to step up.
News-Gazette Top 10
Each week, The News-Gazette ranks the top 10 teams in a fall sport. This week's topic: girls' golf
MAKANDA – The St. Thomas More girls' golf team has steadily been climbing the state tournament ladder.
The next step would be a doozy.
SAVOY – As her 9:18 a.m. tee time approached Monday, Centennial freshman Lizzy Dombroski's stomach was doing backflips.
It was nothing a couple of Tums couldn't handle. But the real stomach-churning took place after the round.
SHELDON – All you need to know about how good a golfer Katie Jean is is this: She shot a 41 on the front nine during Monday's Class 1A girls' golf sectional at Shewami Country Club and cried.
And they weren't tears of joy. Jean was angry.