Smith-Cotton High School senior Peyton Kuhlman has accepted an athletic scholarship to play golf at Park University in Parkville.

Kuhlman, the daughter of Andrea and Eric Kuhlman, is a three-year varsity letter winner in golf, earning All-District recognition in 2021 as well as qualifying for the state championship. She also earned two varsity letters in soccer, one in basketball and two on the Math Team.

She was a national qualifier in DECA, served as a class representative and has been involved in HOSA, National Honor Society, Smith-Cotton Unified Foreign Language, and Spiz, the S-C fan section.

Smith-Cotton Golf Head Coach Chris Guffey said: “Peyton is a talented young lady. She got started in golf late, but worked hard and became one of our leaders. This past season she was a team leader on and off the golf course. I look forward to seeing her progression under coach Martha (Linscott) at Park.”

In the photo: Smith-Cotton High School senior Peyton Kuhlman has accepted an athletic scholarship to play golf at Park University in Parkville. Seated with her are her parents, Eric and Andrea Kuhlman; behind them are, from left, Smith-Cotton Principal Wade Norton, brother Emerson Kuhlman, Smith-Cotton Golf Head Coach Chris Guffey, and Activities Director Rob Davis