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Coal Ridge nets 10th at boys golf tournament in G.J.

GRAND JUNCTION — Riley Tamborello of Coal Ridge shot an 85 on Tuesday at The Club at Redlands Mesa, setting the pace for the Titans during the Wildcat Invitational hosted by Fruita Monument High School.

Tamborello’s score on the par-72 course helped the Titans finish with a final team score of 278, which placed them 10th in the 11-team tournament. Steamboat Springs finished at 233 to win the team title — two strokes better than second-place Montezuma-Cortez.

Also finishing for Coal Ridge was Daylen Tamborello (100), Michael Moser (103) and Danny Wenzel (123).

Donny Kinnaman of Grand Junction won the tournament by carding an even-par 72.

The tournament followed another event involving Garfield County boys golfers that took place Monday at the par-71 Bookcliff Country Club. Grand Valley finished in a tie for 10th place in the Tiger Invitational — hosted by Grand Junction High School. The Cardinals netted a team score of 272, which tied them in the team standings with Basalt.

J.T. Kellebrew of Grand Valley finished with an 86 to lead the way for his team. Tyler Dove was right behind with an 87, with Ben Coleman (99) and Josh Carpenter (108) following.

Grand Junction won the tournament with a team score of 211, with Steamboat Springs finishing eight strokes back in second place.


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