The Moffat County High School girls varsity golf team competed Tuesday and Wednesday in Montrose, first at Black Canyon Golf Course and then at The Bridges Golf Course.
On Tuesday at Black Canyon, senior Sam Fox led the way for the Bulldogs, taking seventh place with a score of 94.
Sophomore Caitlin Harjes took second on the team with a 105.
On Wednesday at The Bridges Golf Course, the Bulldogs formed two, three-player scramble teams.
The first team, made up of Fox, Harjes and freshman Katie Rice, took first place out of eight teams with a 70.
Junior Alex Bulla, sophomore Shianna Dockins and freshman Katelyn Peroulis made up the second team, taking seventh with a 91.
Head coach Ann Marie Roberts said MCHS was the only school with three-player teams, with the rest forming four-person squads.
“Everyone was having fun and scrambles are always a great time,” she said. “Sam, Caitlin and Katie all worked really good together and they helped each other out when needed.”
The following are each golfer’s scores from Tuesday’s tournament:
(Name — year — score — place)
• Sam Fox — senior — 94 — 7
• Caitlin Harjes — sophomore — 105 — DNP
• Katie Rice — freshman — 111 — DNP
• Katelyn Peroulis — freshman — 117 — DNP
• Shianna Dockins — sophomore — 122 — DNP
• Alex Bulla — junior — 90 — 2*
*Bulla played in a junior varsity par-3 tournament
Last day to register for traveling baseball teams
Craig Youth Traveling Baseball is still accepting registration for the 2012 season through today.
Players 8 to 14 can register and the organization is hoping to get a team for each age group.
Registration is $50 per player, which includes a hat and jersey.
Practice begins April 16.
The teams will play in at least three tournaments with additional games possible.
Players will learn to be a team player, sportsmanship, the basics of the game and how to have fun.
For more information, call Mark at 824-2471, Don at 629-8154 or Frances at 629-0774.
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