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Demon girls finish third at Tiger Invitational

GRAND JUNCTION ” In the second prep girls golf tournament of the season, Glenwood Springs continued to show the Demons will be a force to deal with on the 2004 Western Slope tour.

Competing at Monday’s Grand Junction Tiger Invitational at Bookcliff County Club, Glenwood fashioned its second-straight third-place team performance in as many tournaments.

The Demons concluded the 12-team, 18-hole event with a team score of 279, well ahead of fourth and fifth place Grand Junction Central and host Grand Junction, who shot 297 and 299, respectively.



Fruita Monument, led by individual tournament champ Jessica McKay’s 79, took home their second straight team title on the young season with a combined 260. Eagle Valley was second at 264.

Glenwood’s Jacy Reynolds also had her second third-place score in as many tournaments. The Demon junior carded a career-best score of 86 on Tuesday.



Fellow Demon golfer Kammi Ivie also posted a career-best low score of 92 at the Bookcliff golf course. The mark placed Ivie in a three-way tie for fifth place with Eagle Valley’s Miranda Cox and Fruita Monument’s Jaime Raine.

Glenwood’s other varsity golfers ” Mai Le Keller and Tracy Hawkins ” finished Tuesday’s tournament at 101 and 133, respectively.

Other top finishes by area players were Rifle’s Jenny Hughes with a 96 and Grand Valley’s Nikki Loeske at 106.

The girls prep golf tour will be off for spring break the next two weeks. Rifle resumes play with back-to-back tournaments in Grand Junction on March 22 and 23.

Glenwood is off until April 5 when they host the annual Demon Invitational at the Glenwood Springs Golf Course in West Glenwood Sprin


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