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Class 3A high school state boys golf results

EATON, Colo. (AP) – Here are team and individual results after play Monday at the boys Class 3A state golf championship at the par-71, 6,788-yards Eaton Country Club (the second round is slated for today):

TEAM SCORES

Kent Denver 220, Alexander Dawson 222, Eaton 225, Aspen 230, Holy Family 237, Trinidad 238, Lutheran (Parker) 239, Faith Christian 246, Jefferson Academy 246, Rye 251, Manitou Springs 252, The Classical Academy 254.



INDIVIDUAL SCORES

Ethan Freeman, Kent Denver 33-36 – 69



Andrew Cornella, St. Mary’s 35-36 – 71

Micah Mathis, T.C.A. 37-36 – 73

Steven Kupcho, Jefferson Academy 35-38 – 73

Adair Warren, Alex. Dawson 37-36 – 73

Adam Griffith, Peak to Peak 35-38 – 73

Jake Ice, Eaton 38-35 – 83

Luke Condon, Monte Vista 37-36 – 73

Carson Jones, Alex. Dawson 36-38 – 74

Brandon Roedder, Gunnison 37-37 – 74

Jesse Beetham, Aspen 36-38 – 74

Tyler Harrison, Rye 35-40 – 75

Kolten Kyne Ridgway 37-38 – 75

Peter Hassan, Alex. Dawson 39-36 – 75

Ben Moore, Kent Denver 38-37 – 75

Jack Cummings, Faith Christian 38-38 – 76

Nick Comer, Eaton 38-38 – 76

Jason Lehigh, Kent Denver 38-38 – 76

Sam Mobley, Denver Chr. 37-39 – 76

Steven Babb, Eaton 37-39 – 76

Cole Nygren, Alex. Dawson 34-43 – 77

Hayden Nicholaides, Lutheran (Parker) 38-39 – 77

Carson Joens, Estes Park 38-39 – 77

Gunnas Haynes, Eaton 38-39 – 77

Alex Walters, Holy Family 36-42 – 78

Ryan Smith, Aspen 39 -39 – 78

Cassidy Cordova, Salida, 38-40 – 78

Ben Lanting, Front Rang Chr. 40-38 – 78

Clayton Crawford, Aspen 39-39 – 78

Connor Morgan, Kent Denver 37-41 – 78

Garrett Schrepfer, Trinidad 42-36 – 78

Austin Lucero, Holy Family 39-40 – 79

Dylan Jirsa, Estes Park 38-41 – 79

Payton Devencenty, Lutheran (Parker) 40-39 – 79

Blake Young, Trinidad, 38-41 – 79

Micah Evonitz, Roaring Fork 37-43 – 80

Jordan Colson, Faith Christian 43-37 – 80

Nick Bovine, Holy Family 41-39 – 80

Eric Corona, Peak to Peak 39-41 – 80

Coulter Young, Aspen 41-39 – 80

Pat Leal, Rye 40-41 – 81

Daniel Goss, C.S. Christian 38-43 – 81

Carlos Sisneros, Trinidad 40-41 – 81

Kyle Murray, Holy Family 42-40 – 82

Justin Burr, Manitou Springs 41-41 – 82

Christian Monett, Florence, 42-40 – 82

Sidney Martinez, Lutheran (Parker) 41-42 – 83

Brett Dixon, Trinidad 40-43 – 83

Matt McKenzie, Jefferson Acad. 43-41 – 84

Justin Eccher, John Mall 42-42 – 84

Ed Maton, St. Mary’s 44-40 – 84

Jesse Baca, Manitou Springs 41-43 – 84

Nick Cavarra, Gunnison 42-42 – 84

Danny Bartels, Rifle 42-42 – 84

Eric Newton, Yuma 43-42 – 85

Nick Lawson, Florence 44-42 – 86

Tim Longfield, Manitou Springs 46-40 – 86

Daniel Archambeau, Salida 42-44 – 86

Conno O’Quist, Swink 42-44 – 86

Dylan Walters, Grand Valley 43-44 – 87

Douglas Mikesell, Grand Valley 42-45 – 87

Madison Bailey, Roaring Fork 45-43 – 88

Lorne Muir, T.C.A. 43-45 – 88

Mason Demist, Telluride 44-44 – 88

Patrick Kundracik, Lutheran (Parker) 46-42 – 88

Sam Robinson, Jefferson Acad. 41-48 – 89

Trey Morris, Meeker 41-48 – 89

Triston Quigley, Rifle 44-45 – 89

Ian Culity, C.S. School 45-44 – 89

Michael Yagi, Faith Christian 47-43 – 90

Brandon Cordova, Monte Vista 42-48 – 90

Keaton Arkulari, Holyoke 46-44 – 90

Nolan Baker, Buena Vista 43-47 – 90

Tristan Rohrbaugh, Basalt 49-42 – 91

Colby Needens, Brush 45-46 – 91

Anders Butler Olimb, Manitou Springs 45-47 – 92

Nate Florea, T.C.A. 43-50 – 93

Brandon Book, Swink 44-50 – 94

Robbie Bowles, Vail Christian 44-50 – 94

Aaron Childers, Las Animas 47-47 – 94

Tony Vinci, Rye 47-48 – 95

Kody Gendron, T.C.A. 48-47 – 95

Patrick Swain, Bennett 50-48 – 98

Jorge Morales, Lamar 51-49 – 100


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