Clark’s Riana Mission overcomes a nine on the 16th hole to take a two-shot victory, while Bishop Gorman cruises to its first girls golf state championship since 2006.
Centennial took the lead after the first day of the tournament at Dayon Valley Golf Course on Monday with a team score of 320, and with two teams within seven strokes.
After the first day of the region tournaments, Faith Lutheran (Mountain Region), Clark (Desert Region) and Pahrump Valley (Class 3A Southern Region) all hold a lead going into the final day.
Gracie Olkowski carded a 3-under-par 69 at Palm Valley on Thursday, earning medalist honors and leading Faith Lutheran’s girls golf team to victory in a Northwest League match.
Roycee Southerland carded a 5-over-par 77 at Siena on Wednesday to finish second individually and help Bishop Gorman’s girls golf team win a Southwest League match.
Hailey Stevenson and Jade Magana each shot 1-over-par 37 on Wednesday as Centennial’s girls golf team edged Bishop Gorman, 153-155.
Entering the day eight strokes back of the leader, Faith Lutheran senior Sydney Smith shot 7-under-par 65 Tuesday to finish 2-under-par 142 for the tournament and win the Class 4A state title at Highland Falls.
A trio of freshmen concluded the opening round of the Class 4A state golf tournament at Highland Falls in the top 10, and will look to play spoiler against a sea of experienced golfers at the same 5,579-yard course on Tuesday.
Palo Verde senior Annick Haczkiewicz birdied four of the last nine holes, including 16 and 17, on Tuesday afternoon to pull away from Clark freshman Riana Mission and win her third Class 4A Sunset Region individual title.
Palo Verde and Coronado’s girls golf teams braved the windy conditions Monday afternoon to take leads in the Class 4A Sunset and Sunrise Region tournaments at Boulder City Municipal.