The 1A boys and girls golf teams wrapped up their state championship tournaments Wednesday at the Southgate Golf Club.
On the boys’ side, Rich edged out Green River with a team score of 164-over par compared to 169-over par. Monticello came in third with a score of 176-over par. Locally, Diamond Ranch struggled, as the Diamondbacks only had one competitor, Sam Schwartz (33-over, tied for seventh), advance to the second day of competition.
Milford’s Garreth Mayer finished with the top individual performance with a score of 20-over. Rich’s McKay Jarman (23-over) and Monticello’s Tanner Eardley (plus-24) rounded out the top three.
Unlike the boys, who played Tuesday, the girls’ competition is a one-day affair.
Using a point system, with the top four scorers from each team earning points, Milford took home the top honors with 222 points, while Rich and Dugway tied for second, with each scoring 188 points. St. Joseph just missed the tie, scoring 186 points to come in fourth, while Manila (140 points) was a distant fifth.
Individually, Dugway’s Allie Wall took top honors with an even 100 (29-over par). Bryce Valley’s Ashley Chynoweth (101, 30-over) and St. Joseph’s Mady White (102, 31-over) rounded out the top three.
The 3A girls battle for their state title today at the Mountain View Golf Course in West Jordan.