Dally Friedrich was the best golfer playing in the Stephenville Invitational at Legends Country Club Monday.

The Honeybees were the best team.

Friedrich, a freshman, shot a round of 83, winning top individual medalist honors by a whopping six strokes. She played her final three holes (8-10) at even par after going 11 over on her first 15.

“She had a double (bogey) and a triple on back-to-back holes,” pointed out Stephenville coach Alan Thorpe. “If you take those away she shoots in the 70s.

“She’s a good young player,” he said. “She’s still learning to manage situations like that. Even if she doesn’t par those holes but gets bogies on both, she shoots an 80. But she’s just a freshman. She’s going to be a very good player for us a long time.”

Friedrich had Stephenville’s top score by eight strokes as Emily Trinque and Rachel Young tied for third individually with rounds of 91. Caitlyn Wooley shot a 109 to provide the fourth score that counted toward the team card.

The Honeybees used a total of 374 strokes, leaving second-place Brock (402) 28 strokes behind.

Stephenville had what was mostly a “B” team competing on the boys side, and the Yellow Jackets managed to finish third as a team.

Leading the way was Jayse Snead, a freshman who tied for third individually with an 87. Brayden Coverdale also broke 100, finishing in 99 strokes.