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Highlands Ranch, Mountain Vista place in the top 10 at 5A Boys Golf State Championships

FORT COLLINS – The Boys Golf championships were held at Fort Collins Country Club on October 5-6. Highlands Ranch and Mountain Vista high schools finished in the top ten teams in Class 5A. Additionally, Austin Hardman of Mountain Vista finished in 5th place, in the individual standings.

2015 5A Boys Golf Championships: DCSD Athletes

Team Standings
7th Place – Highlands Ranch High School
8th Place – Mountain Vista High School

Individual Standings
5th Place – Austin Hardman, Mountain Vista
12th Place – Jackson Crist, Highlands Ranch
28th Place – Kyle Pearson, Highlands Ranch
31st Place – JT Snowden, Rock Canyon
33rd Place – Ryan Zetwick, Rock Canyon
38th Place – Chris Raap, Mountain Vista
55th Place - David Roney, Douglas County
56th Place - Evan Kalac, ThunderRidge
58th Place – Carson Kilner, Rock Canyon
58th Place – Chad Smucker, Mountain Vista
63rd Place – Adam Schiller, Rock Canyon
71st Place – Cameron Chapman, Mountain Vista
73rd Place – Wyatt Derman, Castle View
73rd Place – Jared Sitzman, Legend
73rd Place – Reese Taylor, Castle View
77th Place – Tyler Mulligan, Chaparral
80th Place – Jacob Russell, Chaparral
81st Place – Max Hass, Legend

2015 4A Boys Golf Championships: DCSD Athletes

Team Standings
Unranked – Ponderosa

Individual Standings
14th Place – John Fulton, Ponderosa

October 10, 2015 | By rmbarber | Category: Athletics and Activities

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