Lady Mean Moose win home golf tournament

Alamosa High School’s Kailyn Vigil drives from the fifth tee at the Alamosa Invitational Thursday at Cattails Golf Course. Vigil finished in a tie for third place with a 106 (Courier photo by Ken Hamrick).

ALAMOSA – The Alamosa High School girls golf team hosted its annual home tournament Thursday at Cattails Golf Course, and the Lady Mean Moose came out the winner.

Alamosa had a score of 315, which was two strokes better than second place Gunnison. Leading the Lady Mean Moose were Morgan Ortega who was second in the individual standings with a 100, and Kailyn Vigil who tied for third with a 106.

Also golfing for Alamosa were Kayla Medina who tied for fifth with a 109, Presley Gonzales who was seventh with a 111, Miya Spangler who tied for 15th with a 124, Anika Najera who was 17th with a 126, and Hallie Henry who tied for 18th with a 127.

Salida was third in the team standings with 348, and Monte Vista was fourth with 360. The Lady Pirates were led by Annika Holder who was 10th with a 116.

Other Monte Vista golfers included Brooke Hoffstaetter who tied for 11th with a 117, Kiera Sanchez who tied for 15th with a 124, Anastasia Sanchez and Ellaree Rockey who both tied for 18th with a 127, and Katie Pacheco who was 23rd with a 133.

Rye rounded out the team scoring with 401.

Gunnison’s Riley Murphy was the individual medalist with a 91.

Both Alamosa and Monte Vista will be at the Monte Vista Invitational today. It will be a shotgun start of 9 a.m. at the Monte Vista Country Club.

The teams will return to Cattails on Tuesday for the Class 3A Region 4 Tournament. Action begins at 10 a.m.


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