Coronado’s Victoria Estrada shot 1-under-par 71 Tuesday to win the individual title by five strokes and lead the Cougars to the team title at the Class 4A girls state Tuesday afternoon at the Eagle Valley West Golf Course in Carson City.
It was Joe Sawaia’s Coronado Cougars who best navigated the difficult conditions in the first round of the Class 4A girls state golf tournament Monday afternoon, leading by 16 strokes despite posting their highest score of the season at 317. Bishop Gorman was second at 333, with Palo Verde third at 360.
The Coronado girls golf team broke the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s postseason record Monday by finishing 6-under-par 282 as a team, and the Cougars rolled to their fourth consecutive region title at the Chimera Golf Club.
Annick Haczkiewicz of Palo Verde shot 2-under-par 34 to win medalist honors and help Palo Verde’s girls golf team defeat Green Valley 158-187 on Wednesday in a nine-hole match at TPC Las Vegas.
Coronado had the top seven individual finishers and won Thursday’s Southeast League girls golf match at Revere Golf Club’s Lexington course.
Coronado shot 3-under-par as a team Monday at Legacy Golf Club to top Green Valley 141-193.
Victoria Estrada shot 2-over 62 to take medalist honors Thursday and lead Coronado girls golf team to a victory in a Southeast League match at Desert Willow.
Boulder City’s Lani Potter carded a 3-under-par 69 to take medalist honors, and the Eagles finished first in a Class 3A Sunrise League girls golf match at Boulder Creek on Thursday.
Green Valley’s girls golf team had four of the top five finishers on Tuesday at Boulder Creek to earn a 187-208 victory over Boulder City.
Valley’s Eileena Tan earned medalist honors at the Northeast League girls golf match Thursday, shooting 23-over-par 93 at Los Prados.