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Rifle’s Quigley cards 70 at Black Canyon

Post Independent staff report
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Rifle’s Triston Quigley shot an even-par 70 to take home second-place honors from Wednesday’s boys golf tournament at Black Canyon Golf Club.

The junior finished behind only Montezuma-Cortez’s Jakob Rudosky, whose 67 topped the field.

Aspen’s Clayton Crawford shared second place with Quigley, while Durango’s Michael Thomas and Cortez’s Chris Aiken shot 72s to tie for fourth.



The Skiers won the team title at the Montrose course, posting a 216 that bested second-place Cortez by two strokes. Fruita Monument was third (223), Grand Junction fourth (224) and Rifle fifth (229).

Danny Bartels carded a 78 for the Bears. Jacob Withee (81), Teig Hauer (81) and Ty Caron (84) also turned in rounds.



Grand Valley also traveled to Montrose. Doug Mikesell led the way with an 83 and Wesley Wood chipped in a 95.

Bartels shot a 75 to claim seventh at Monday’s Grand Junction Invitational boys golf tournament, held at Bookcliff Country Club.

Bartels helped the Bears to a sixth-place team finish.

Caron chipped in an 82 for Rifle. Quigley finished with an 83 and Hauer and Withee shot 89s.

Coal Ridge’s Cole DuPlesys carded a 78 to pace Coal Ridge. Tyler Scott shot an 85 for the Titans.

Mikesell turned in a round of 83 to lead Grand Valley, which also got an 87 from Wood.

Peter Steckler, a Glenwood Springs student who plays for Basalt, shot an 87. Roaring Fork’s Thomas Cerise, who also plays for the Longhorns, finished with a 91.


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