Moffat County girls golf back on course
The Moffat County High School girls golf team was back in action Wednesday and Thursday, playing a pair of tournaments as the postseason nears.
The Bulldogs played at Eagle Vail Golf Club on Wednesday in a tournament hosted by Coal Ridge High School. In their first tournament since April 9, Caitlin Harjes led the way for the Bulldogs with a 101. Katelyn Peroulis shot 107, Shianna Dockins shot 110, Alex Bulla carded 115 and Brittany Corey rounded out the scores with a 126.
On Thursday, the team headed to River Valley Ranch to play in a tournament hosted by Aspen. There, Peroulis led the way, shooting a 99 as the only Bulldog to break 100 on the week. Harjest shot a 106, followed by Bulla (116), Dockins (118), Corey (126) and Lexi Gonzales (142).
Getting practice at River Valley Ranch will be valuable for the Bulldogs, as that is the course where the regional tournament will be played May 7 and 8.
With less than two weeks before the postseason, Moffat County will play twice next week for its final tune-up. The first tournament will be the Bulldogs’ home event, at Yampa Valley Golf Course on Monday.
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