Columbus School for Girls’ Upper School golf team captured the win at the school’s first game in the Ohio Division of the Mid-State League (MLS). The golfers outplayed their competitors by 10 strokes, with a score of 353 strokes at and August 6th tournament at the Airport Golf Course.
The 2019-2020 seasons will comprise the school’s inaugural year in the Mid-State League. CSG previously competed in the Central Catholic League (CCL) and the Central Ohio Athletic League (COAL). All CSG athletes, in Middle- and Upper School, will now compete in the MSL in all the school’s ten sports.
“We feel like it is a great move for CSG,” said CSG Athletic Director Megan Henry. “When it comes to size and competition, we feel like the Mid-State League is the best fit for our athletes in both individual and team sports.”
The CSG community will officially celebrate the transition to the MSL, Thursday, September 12 with an all-school Red Out when the Unicorns take on the Bexley Lions in Volleyball in CSG’s Crane Gym on the main campus. All CSG community members are invited to wear red, watch the game, and grab a bite from one of the food trucks, as all come together to cheer on the Unies. Junior varsity will play at 5 p.m. followed by the varsity team at 6 p.m.
CSG is one of 24 schools in the MSL’s three divisions. For more information on the MSL and CSG Athletics, click here.