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Roundup: Gracie Olkowski guides Faith Lutheran to Northwest win

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.

Olkowski eagled the par-5 first hole and never looked back. Morgan Goldstein added a 71 for the Crusaders, who shot 309 as a team.

Centennial was second with a 314 team score, followed by Palo Verde (358), Arbor View (422) and Cimarron-Memorial (464).

Arbor View’s Kyndall Newman shot 70.

Cimarron’s Katelyn Smith and Centennial’s McKenzi Hall and Hailey Stevenson each shot 76.

Boulder City wins Sunrise match

At Coyote Springs, Ryann Reese took medalist honors with a 13-over 85 and led Boulder City to victory in a Sunrise League match.

Sydney Krumm added a 94 for the Eagles, who shot 385 as a team.

Chaparral was second with a 554, and Sunrise Mountain was third with a 556.

Bishop Gorman defeats Clark

At Angel Park, Sloan Pyatt earned medalist honors with a 1-over 35 and helped Bishop Gorman to a 155-162 win over Clark.

Rachel Fratt added a 37, and Roycee Southerland shot 39 for the Gaels.

Stephanie Yang led Clark with a 37, and teammate Clarissa Burham shot 41.

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