Girls Golf

AURORA | Like the weather, the Grandview girls golf team’s fortunes changed fast and often Monday at the Class 5A Southern Regional tournament. Playing on the same Meadow Hills Golf Course where they wrapped up the Centennial League championship a few days earlier, the Wolves slipped in and out of the lead before holding on for a four-stroke victory and an automatic berth in the May 22-23 5A state tournament at The Club at Rolling Hills.

Amisha Singh’s outstanding day nearly slipped away at the end, but the Smoky Hill sophomore saved herself when it counted. With a hot putter in her hands, Singh got as low as 4-under-par midway through the Class 5A Central Regional girls golf tournament Monday at City Park Golf Course, but watched a good-sized lead evaporate over the final few holes.

AURORA | It came down to the very last hole of Wednesday’s final Centennial League girls golf tournament to decide a league champion. Grandview took the lead in the league chase going into the rescheduled meet at Meadow Hills Golf Course and managed to hold onto it until the end of nine drama-filled holes on its way to a second consecutive Centennial League championship

AURORA | The depth of the Grandview girls golf team is beginning to show itself at the right time of the season. Bolstered by the performance of senior Sharae Lewis, the Wolves posted a six-stroke victory over Cherry Creek Wednesday at Fitzsimons Golf Course, which vaulted them into the league lead with one tournament remaining.

AURORA | With the second major tournament in the books, EMAC girls golf teams can turn their attentions to upcoming Class 5A regionals. The final results after Tuesday’s tournament at Fitzsimons Golf Course determined where Aurora teams and others play May 8 for their chances to make the May 22-23 5A state tournament at the Club at Rolling Hills.