ASHLAND - Kelli Warner of Casey County was still on the course Tuesday when darkness cut short the first round of the Girls State Golf Tournament.
Warner, who teed off in the next-to-last group, was one of 39 golfers unable to finish the first round. Play was delayed 1 hour, 15 minutes by fog Tuesday morning at Bellefonte Country Club, and the round was halted at 7:10 p.m.
Play was scheduled to resume at 8:15 a.m. today, with the team and individual cuts to be announced before the beginning of the final round at about 11 a.m.
Christina Hill of Danville did not figure to make the cut after shooting 60-56-116 in her first state appearance.
Lauren Scholl of Pulaski County, formerly of Casey, shot 36-40-76 and was the leader in the clubhouse when play was halted, four strokes ahead of Katie Fraley of Meade County.