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.
The Bulldogs shot 325 Tuesday to build on their five-stroke lead and win the Class 4A state tournament at Dayton Valley Golf Course by nine strokes.
The Clark sophomore carded a 6-under-par 138 over the two-day tournament to capture the individual championship on Wednesday by seven strokes. Her performance helped the Chargers shoot 653 as a team and claim the first region championship in program history.
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.
Hailey Stevenson carded a 1-under-par 34 at Angel Park on Thursday to earn medalist honors and lead the Centennial girls golf team to a 152-199 win over Clark.
Logan Allen carded a 4-over-par 75 at Angel Park on Tuesday to help Bishop Gorman’s girls golf team win a Southwest League match.
Victoria Estrada shot a 4-over-par 40 on the front nine at Revere on Monday to help Coronado’s girls golf team to victory in a Southeast League match.
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.
Bishop Gorman placed all six of its golfers among the top 10 finishers Monday to win a Southwest League girls golf match at Bear’s Best.
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.