The 2019 high school girls golf season teed off at Stansbury Park Golf Course on Thursday with seven teams taking part in a Region 11 match.
Host team Stansbury finished second, 38 strokes behind first-place Park City (374), while Tooele was another 59 strokes back in fourth place. Three Tooele County golfers finished in the top-10, led by Stansbury’s Michal Broadhead, who shot an 18-hole score of 86 to finish third behind Park City’s Grace Donahue (80) and McKenzie Schow (81). Park City’s Josie Marshall (90) was fourth, followed by Stansbury’s Megan Paskvan (94), Ben Lomond’s Emily Olsen (102), Juan Diego’s Shayne Farnsworth (106) and Bonneville teammates Alissa Atkinson and Makayla Satterlee (107). Tooele’s Emily Medina (109) tied for 10th place with Bonneville’s Trinity Gross and Mikelle Burdett and Juan Diego’s Riane Rendon.
Madi Buckner (16th, 115) and Shaelyn Riley (18th, 117) contributed to Stansbury’s team score of 412 along with Broadhead and Paskvan, as the top four individual scores for each team count toward its total score. Alexis Autry (21st, 119), Mia Babcock (25th, 126), Ryelee Henseler (32nd, 130) and Jessyca Hamner (39th, 144) also competed for the Stallions.
Bonneville was third with a score of 432, followed by Tooele at 471. Joining Medina were Gabby Dobson (15th, 113), Alyssa Chivers (22nd, 120) and Halle Smart (31st, 129). The Buffaloes’ lineup also included Brooklee Barlow (37th, 139), Abbie McCormack (40th, 146), Carli Bell (tied for 41st, 151) and Addison Gowans (43rd, 154).
Ben Lomond finished fifth with a team score of 497, followed by Juan Diego (499) and Ogden (515). The Region 11 teams will compete Thursday at East Bay Golf Course in Provo, weather permitting.