But she might as well have been all-world for what she meant to the Wolves in their big win.
Fontenot fired a 44 on the par-36 Tumwater Valley course to break her previous best by four strokes, and No. 6 player Austin Petrie shot a 53 to beat out Brianna Charette for the fifth-best score by a stroke to highlight the one-stroke win.
"That was huge," Black Hills coach Dale Reeves said of Fontenot's round. "She beat her opponent by seven strokes, then Petrie's stroke gave us the win."
The Wolves needed every bit of what they did because Centralia, led by medalist Sarah McCown's 43, matched Black Hills with four players shooting in the 40s.
Another difference came when McCown had no other teammate with a score lower than 46, while Fontenot matched No. 1 Black Hills player Carli Vernon for team leader with the 44.
"It just nice to beat a quality team that we've been close to for the last two years," Reeves said. "We were fortunate.
"We have a group of three seniors (Jessica Ditto, Ashley Farr and Charette) who have been playing together for four years, and they've been working very hard. Farr had her best round of the year, too."
The win improved the Wolves to 6-0 (8-0 overall) in the league, while Centralia dropped to 5-1 with three matches left.
TUMWATER 285, HOQUIAM 286
The Thunderbirds mustered their best team score this season with a crucial 2A EvCo road win at Ocean Shores over Hoquiam.
Beating the Grizzlies with consistency, four Tumwater players shot in the 50s including Sarah Smith, Kristina Brenneis, Chelsea Paulsen and Lindsay Smith.
Although Hoquiam's Hope Hunderson was the medalist, only one other Grizzly shot a 50 with other players scoring 62 and higher.
"It came down to our last couple of golfers that came in," T-Birds coach Marty Reid said. "We were tied after the first four golfers."
"I think some of our girls are definitely showing some improvement and it's neat to see that from them at this point in the year," Reid said.
Tumwater improved to 4-5 overall and 3-3 in league play. Hoquiam fell to 2-2 in the league.
CAPITAL PREVAILS IN ROSLYN
Cougars senior Jared Bossio was the medalist at the Suncadia Invitational in Roslyn, an event that had over 25 teams participating from the state. Bossio shot a 4-under-par 68 on the par-72 Prospector Course.
Finishing tied for third, freshman Kyle Kanda helped Capital tie for second with Bainbridge as the team shot 303. Kanda finished his round at even par in his first time playing at Prospector.
"That's huge," Cougars coach Greg Santora said. "A great performance on his behalf."
Kanda shot third throughout the fall season for Capital and will now compete in the district tournament.
Bossio had six birdies, 10 pars and two bogeys. Capital's Eric Niemann and Joey Woods also are bound for the May 14 district tournament.
"Hopefully, we can get a few more in," Santora said.
Also at the Suncadia Invitational, Chase Fovargue shot an 80 and Nick Schindler shot an 83.
NORTH THURSTON 79, TIMBERLINE 64
Junior Kayla Grantham shot a 52 to earn 20 points at Hawks Prairie to give the Rams a 3A WCC victory over Timberline.
"We're a pretty consistent group of girls," North Thurston coach Tim Brown said. Although Mandy Johnson has often been the Rams medalist, this marks the second consecutive top billing for Grantham.
Kim Vivian shot a 55 to rank as Timberline's best player.
CENTRALIA 4, RIVER RIDGE 3
A young River Ridge squad continued to grow into a threat in the 2A EvCo, pushing the second-place Tigers to 11 innings before losing for the eighth time in 11 league outings.
The two teams battled through eight scoreless innings before the Hawks broke through for three runs in the top of the ninth behind RBI singles by sophomore Nicole Woods and freshmen Leah Cox and Kendall Creamer.
"I really felt we had the game won when we scored those three runs," River Ridge coach Jami Macki said. "But Centralia showed a lot of heart to get those back in the bottom of the ninth."
Tiffany Morrissey slammed a two-run home run to tie it for the Tigers, and they scratched out a run in the 11th to win.
"I would say that all-around, offensively and defensively, that was our best game of the year," Macki said.
"I was very proud of my young team. They showed real stamina to go 11 innings."
Yelm 11, Clover Park 4
Ariel Dahlberg struck out 12 in six innings to earn the win and playoff-bound Yelm helped its chance at a better seed with a win over the visiting Warriors.
Jessica Porter scored two runs and knocked one in and teammate Olivia Ingram went 2-for-2 from the plate for the Tornados who took advantage of nine walks by the Clover Park starting pitcher.
Yelm has clinched a spot in the WCC's top four and a berth in the district playoffs, according to coach Lindsay Walton, but can still rise to third with a win today at Lakes and some help.
YELM 5, LAKES 1
Michael Niemann ignited a four-run rally with a two-out single in the sixth inning as the Tornados broke a 1-1 tie and went on to stay alive in a battle for the 3A WCC's second playoff seed.
Winning pitcher Andrew Braegelmann and Kevin Houlihan followed with back-to-back doubles that rounded out the rally.
Yelm already is assured of one of the league's four playoff berths but is in position to finished in a three-way tie for second place with today's games left.
The Tornados (6-5) host Lakes, while Capital (7-4) is at Timberline (6-5).
Capital 9, Timberline 5
The Cougars took control of second place in the 3A WCC - for the time being - with a win over Timberline.
Casey Mitchell pitched all seven innings for Capital, scattering eight hits while striking out three and walking one. Taylor Miller went 2-for-3 from the plate with two RBIs and two runs scored.
A five run surge in the fourth inning helped the Cougars take command of the game.
"The first three innings, we had a lot of guys on base, we just couldn't get a clutch hit," Capital coach Eric Stark said. "In the fourth we took advantage of three walks, got the singles and hits when we needed them and put a good inning together."
Capital improved to 7-4 in WCC play and dropped the Blazers a game back at 6-5. But the teams play again today at Timberline, and a Blazers win will leave the teams tied again.
Yelm also lurks at 6-5 after its game Tuesday, and a win over Lakes today will vault the Tornados into the same tie.
Tumwater 10, Chehalis 7 (10)
For six innings, the contest between the Thunderbirds and Bearcats was a pitchers' duel with only four hits allowed between the two teams. Through eight, the score stood at 5-5 after four-run outbursts by each squad in the eighth.
But that was Monday.
With rain coming down, play was suspended to be finished Tuesday, and Tumwater plated five runs in the 10th for the EvCo victory, improving to 10-3 in the league.
"It was a different game to have to go back and replay it," T-Birds coach Rick McGrath said. "Both teams had opportunities, both teams competed hard and it was tough to see one lose."
Ryan Frost went 3-for-6 from the plate with a three-run home run for Tumwater, which finishes the regular season at 4 p.m. today at home against Black Hills.
River Ridge 9, Olympic 3
The Hawks rebounded from Monday's dispiriting loss with a nonleague win over Olympic to give themselves some momentum heading into today's season finale.
Ryan Martinolich pitched all seven innings to pick up the win, striking out seven, walking one and allowing only one earned run. Jon Matos went 4-for-4 with three RBIs and a pair of two-out doubles for River Ridge.
"That was (Martinolich's) third non-league win - he's done a really nice job for us," Hawks coach Chad Arko said. "It was nice to give us some relief for tomorrow by going all seven."
The Hawks could have clinched a playoff spot with a win Monday, but now need help. River Ridge will earn the EvCo's final playoff berth with a win at 4:30 p.m. today against visiting Elma and an Aberdeen loss at Hoquiam.
CAPITAL 3, SHELTON 2
If the rest of the Cougars team had put away their opponents like senior Christy Steele did, the game might not have been decided by the final match.
But this was the case for Capital's Colleen Caron who came back from a first set loss to triumph over Shelton's Jenn Hoss, 4-6, 6-0, 6-2 and the give the Cougars another 3A WCC win.
Shelton's second and third doubles pairs put the Highclimbers in contention, with the highlight being Brynna Fuller and Tory Peckham's definitive 6-1, 6-2 victory.
Capital improved to 9-2 in league play and 9-4 overall while Shelton fell to 7-5 in league.
NORTH THURSTON 3, TIMBERLINE 2
Nothing came easy for the Rams in their 3A WCC clash with Timberline.
Helped by Sammi Hogue and Melissa Czichas' comeback victory in the third doubles pairing, North Thurston held off a fierce Blazers team to improve their league record to 11-1.
Kayleen Tabil provided Timberline's charge with a 6-2, 6-4 singles victory that coincided with Natalie Sahli's singles score against her Blazers opponent.
Timberline fell to 12-4 overall and 8-4 in league play.
TIMBERLINE 6, SHELTON 2
Kramer Cross earned a hat trick to help the Blazers dominate Shelton in their 3A WCC game.
Although each team had 13 shots, the Blazers struck early and often with a 4-0 halftime lead.
Shelton has a chance to recover Thursday when they host Lakes. The Highclimbers fell to 5-4 in league play and 5-7 overall.