The Trojans shot 375 as a team on the first day of the Class 3A state tournament at Schaffer’s Mill on Monday, and Breanne Nygaard shot 8-over-par 80 to take the individual lead.
Centennial took the lead after the first day of the tournament at Dayon Valley Golf Course on Monday with a team score of 320, and with two teams within seven strokes.
When the Class 4A tournament begins Monday at Dayton Valley Golf Course, it will do so without four-time defending champion Coronado, which did not have enough golfers in the region tournament to qualify for state.
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The Clark sophomore carded a 6-under-par 138 over the two-day tournament to capture the individual championship on Wednesday by seven strokes. Her performance helped the Chargers shoot 653 as a team and claim the first region championship in program history.
McKenzi Hall finished 4-under-par 140 for the tournament, and helped the Bulldogs shoot 627 as a team over the two-day event to win the program’s second straight region title.
Western’s Carolyn Lemon birdied two of her final seven holes Wednesday and held on to win the Class 3A Southern Region tournament at CasaBlanca Golf Club in Mesquite.
Here are some of the top performances from the week of Oct. 1-6.
After the first day of the region tournaments, Faith Lutheran (Mountain Region), Clark (Desert Region) and Pahrump Valley (Class 3A Southern Region) all hold a lead going into the final day.
Both Morgan Goldstein and Gracie Olkowski have won a Northwest League match this year, and the Crusaders will rely on them to help deliver the Mountain Region title when the two-day tournament begins Tuesday at Siena Golf Club.