Golf team wins again, heads to regional championships
by Robin Willscheidt
Contributing Writer
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The Grand County High School boys golf team took first place yet again at a region tournament at Palisade State Park in Sterling on Tuesday, Sept. 24.

The Red Devils won the tournament with a team score of 342 after a down-to-the-wire competition with South Sevier. The South Sevier Rams ended the tournament with a total team score of 348 at the tournament.

For Grand, junior Tyson Saggboy shot the best game, with a total score of 78. Fellow junior Jace Woodard shot an 84 and junior Chris Taysom shot an 87 for the Red Devils, and senior Hunter Peterson shot a 93 during the very competitive tournament.

“Sterling is a tough course. The kids did well,” said GCHS head golf coach Aaron Woodard.

The Red Devil golf team was scheduled to play at the regional championships in Monticello on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

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