Grand girls take 2nd place in Sanpete County
Bamrungmuang shoots a 48 on nine holes
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Grand County’s Shaycee Renn plays the fairway at Palisades Golf Course in Sterling on April 26. Renn finished the day shooting a 57. 
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The Grand County High School girls golf team tied for second place at Palisades Golf Course in Sterling on Thursday, April 26.

The North Sanpete Hawks were the home team and finished in last place among the seven squads participating in the match.


Grand County Girls Golf

v. North Sanpete

at Palisades Golf Course

Thursday, April 26

1. Richfield 181

2. Grand 215

3. Emery. 215

4. Manti 227

5. S. Sevier 247

6. San Juan. 256

7. N. Sanpete. 281

Grand County Individual Scores

Joopy Bamrungmuang — 48

Annie Kopell — 53

Shaycee Renn — 57

Jenny Kopell — 78

Jordyn Reidhead — 57

Eleanor Bauer — 78


Lady Devil golfers medal at region


Grand County High School juniors Joopy Bamrungmuang and Annie Kopell medaled at the 3A Region 15 golf championships in Helper on Monday, April 30, taking fifth place and tenth place, respectively. The team finished fourth overall at the tournament and third in region for the season. Bamrungmuang was the top finisher for the Grand County Red Devils, shooting a 91 on 18 holes. The team has qualified for the state championship meet, which will take place Saturday, May 12 at Cove View in Richfield.




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