GOLDEN - Just like that the high school girls golf season is coming to an end.
Golfers close out the regular season this week, before competing in next week’s regional tournaments. The state tournament will be played May 20-21 at the Tiara Rado Golf Course in Grand Junction.
Horizon, Legacy, Mountain Range and Standley Lake all played in the Ashley Forey golf tournament, which was held at the Rolling Hills Country Club in Golden.
The tournament, which is the largest annual girls golf tournament in the state, featured 33 teams and 128 participants.
Cherry Creek was first with 220 points, followed by Arapahoe which was second with 226. Legacy finished fourth, six points behind third-place finisher Valor Christian.
Standley Lake was 14th, Mountain Range 18th and Horizon was 31st.
Cherry Creek’s Calli Ringsby took home the individual medley with a 4-under par 69, Arapahoe’s Claudia Davis (71) was second.
Legacy’s Sarah Hankins posted a 76, to finish tied for fifth at the tournament. It was third time Hankins has posted a score in the 70s, she shot 73 and 76 at earlier tournaments.
The Lightning have had three top-five finishes this season, including placing third at the Poudre Invitational at the beginning of April.
Jennifer Hankins had a season-best 81 at the Flatirons golf course, while Lisa From also had her best score at the Flatirons after posting an 88.
Lauren Trujillo shot a team-best 79 for the Gators, while Kendall Lovato shot a 94 for the Mustangs.
Heather Kroll had the low round for the Hawks with an 87.