The Region 11 girls golf season is winding down, and players were able to enjoy a crystal clear Wednesday afternoon at Oquirrh Hills Golf Course for a key late-season match.
Park City finished first with a team score of 342, ahead of second-place Stansbury at 366. Bonneville was third at 398, followed by Tooele (411), Juan Diego (439), Ben Lomond (449) and Ogden (534). The Miners’ winning effort was led by Grace Donahue, who earned individual medalist honors with a 72, while McKenzie Schow shot 79 and Josie Marshall recorded an 83.
Stansbury’s Megan Paskvan shot an 84 to finish fourth overall. Michal Broadhead (88) and Madi Buckner (89) finished fifth and sixth, respectively. Alexis Autry finished 12th with a 104 to round out the Stallions’ team score. Ryelee Henseler (tied for 35th, 125), Mia Babcock (tied for 37th, 126), Emma Lizana (40th, 136) and Regan Abarca (41st, 138) also played in the tournament for Stansbury.
Tooele’s Emily Medina finished seventh with a 90. She was joined in the top-10 by teammate Meghan Johnson, who was ninth with a 98. Gabby Dobson was 21st with a 111 and Halle Smart tied for 22nd with a 112 for the Buffaloes. Shelby Smart (tied for 29th, 120), Issy Sanchez (39th, 130), Abby McCormick (42nd, 141) and Kelsie Erickson (45th, 147) were Tooele’s other participants.
Bonneville’s Alyssa Atkinson finished eighth with a 96 and Makayla Satterlee and Kate Umbrell tied for 10th with 99s for the Lakers. Juan Diego’s top player was Shayne Farnsworth, who tied for 14th with a 106, and Ben Lomond’s Emily Olsen was 15th with a 107. Bailey Blair led Ogden with a 120, tying for 29th.