Stansbury lady golfers finished in second place for the second-consecutive time in Region 11 golf on April 17 at Bear River.
Four Stallions finished within six strokes of each other, and they closed the gap in the race for second place with Tooele to only one team point.
After six rounds of golf, Bear River leads the region standings with 29 points followed by Tooele 22, Stansbury 21, Grantsville 9 and Ben Lomond 8 after six meets.
The girls play on Thursday at Oquirrh Hills Golf Course with two more region meets scheduled for Thursday, May 1 and May 8. The state championship is slated for May 14.
Koralee Kaufman led the way for Stansbury with 96 followed by Daria Ottoson 100, Star Martin 101 and Hannah Pollock 102 for a total of 399.
Bear River came in at 350, Tooele 403, Grantsville 480 and Ben Lomond 522.
The Bears were on fire at their home course with four players scoring in the 80s.
Tooele’s Paige Christensen shot her highest round of the season with a 92. Kennedy Vorwaller shot 98, Tanessa Cattrel 102 and Zoie Shellenberger 111.
Taeler Johnson shot 111 for Grantsville with Val Ortiz at 113 and Breanna Hansen at 116.