An Aurora girls golf team failed to win a state championship as a team for the first time since 2013, but an individual title trend continued. Though Grandview wasn’t able to defend its Class 5A state championship from 2016 — which came on the heels of a two-year run for Regis Jesuit — the Wolves […]
AURORA | City teams and athletes won one team state championship and 11 individual titles during the final weeks of the 2017 spring prep sports season. Here’s an in-depth look at Grandview sophomore Amy Chitkoksoong, the Class 5A girls state golf champion.
GOLDEN | Never has a bogey been so good for Amy Chitkoksoong as the last one she made Tuesday. The Grandview sophomore rolled in a bogey putt with ultimate significance on Hole No. 12 the Club at Rolling Hills, one that delivered her the Class 5A state championship.
ERIE | With a mix of veterans and a state newcomer, the Vista PEAK girls golf team got off to a strong start in the opening round of the Class 4A girls state golf tournament Monday.
GOLDEN | Tee times and pairings for the second round of the 2017 Class 5A girls state golf tournament on May 23, 2017, at The Club at Rolling Hills.
GOLDEN | The opening day of the Class 5A girls state golf tournament at The Club at Rolling Hills proved difficult for the whole field Monday. On a day in which none of the 84 players shot under par, Aurora qualifiers — the majority of which played together in several city-heavy threesomes — find themselves in difficult position on the leaderboard.
GOLDEN | Tee times for the opening round of the 2017 Class 5A girls state golf tournament scheduled for May 22, 2017, at The Club at Rolling Hills.
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.