The Fort Collins boys golf team finished in fourth place Thursday at the Grizzly Invitational at Boomerang Golf Course.
Leading the way for the Lambkins was Bobby Eckles, whose score of 72 was the second-best overall mark in the tournament. Garrett Elder was second for Fort Collins with an 82.
Poudre and Fossil Ridge were also at the tournament. Blake McClure paced the Impalas with a 76 and the SaberCats were led by Dillon Muth’s 85.
TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE MATCH — Windsor golfer Brett Krantz set a school-record for best individual round Thursday at Highland Meadows, shooting a match-best 64.
The Wizards won the Tri-Valley League match with a score of 205, beating Sterling (235) and Skyline (258). It was also a school record for the best team score.
Cole Krantz also shot under par with a 69.
BOULDER 7, FORT COLLINS 0 — Fort Collins was swept Thursday in a Front Range League match.
The closest the Lambkins came to scoring a point against Boulder was in the Nos. 1 and 2 doubles matches. Connor Shore and Garrett Schappell fell 2-6, 6-4, 6-3, and the team of James Zimmerman and Nick Graham lost 4-6, 6-1, 6-3.
Fort Collins (1-1) next faces Horizon at home Tuesday.
BROOMFIELD 5, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 2 — The Lobos struggled across the board Thursday, falling to Broomfield.
The two matches they did win were in the No. 2 doubles position and No. 1 singles. Johnny Titelbaum and Nevil Hyllegard were able to defeat their opponents 7-5, 6-0. In singles, Isaac Smith beat Simon Lupo, 6-0, 6-4.
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Fort Collins’ Suraj Renganathan hits the ball during his #3 singles match against Boulder’s Cutter Esson Thursday, August 21, 2014, in Fort Collins, CO.
WINDSOR 8, ROOSEVELT 5 — The Wizards used a seven-run fourth inning to defeat rival Roosevelt at home Thursday.
Windsor (1-1) was led at the plate by junior Hailey Hinson, who went 3 for 4. Freshman catcher Janae Cameron had two doubles, Maddie Singleton went 1 for 3 with a double and two RBIs and Alison Seaman also had a double and drove in a run.
Next up for Windsor is a 4 p.m. game at Greeley West on Tuesday.
The Heritage Christian girls team finished second Thursday at the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede in Colorado Springs. The Eagles’ boys team was third.
Rachel Rairdon led the Heritage Christian girls, finishing sixth overall, Rebekah Rairdon was seventh and Megan Wagner 12th.
On the boys side, Jason Richard was the Eagles’ top finisher in eighth place and Stephen Simmons was 12th.
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