GCHS golf team wins region championship
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The GCHS golf team claimed the region championship last week. Pictured (back row, from left) are assistant coach Manuel Torres, Jed Hazlett, Zak Hazlett, Dale Thomas, Hunter Butterfield, and coach Steve Hazlett; (front row, from left) O’Bryan Charleston and Kris Kemp. Photo courtesy of Steve Hazlett
The GCHS golf team claimed the region championship last week. Pictured (back row, from left) are assistant coach Manuel Torres, Jed Hazlett, Zak Hazlett, Dale Thomas, Hunter Butterfield, and coach Steve Hazlett; (front row, from left) O’Bryan Charleston and Kris Kemp. Photo courtesy of Steve Hazlett
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At the regional golf championship held at Richfield last week, the Grand County High School Red Devils emerged as region champions.

The team scored 350 overall, tying Grand with South Sevier for the day, but the Red Devils had a 35-stroke lead over the Rams heading into the match, said GCHS coach Steve Hazlett.

Leading the way for the Red Devils was Zak Hazlett with a score of 81, followed by Hunter Butterfield, who scored 82, and Dale Thomas, who had a final score of 83. Jed Hazlett finished with 104 to round out the scoring.

Zak Hazlett also received regional MVP honors.

The team will next play at the state tournament in St. George on Oct. 18-19.

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