Lady Devils open the 3A Region 15 season at home
by Drew Chowbay
The Times-Independent
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Red Devil golfer Joopy Bamrungmuang focuses on the short game in Lady Devils’ home opener. 			    Photo by Drew Chowbay
Red Devil golfer Joopy Bamrungmuang focuses on the short game in Lady Devils’ home opener. Photo by Drew Chowbay

The Lady Devils opened up their spring golf season at home, hosting the 3A Region 15 schools at the Moab Golf Club Wednesday, March 7.

The girls placed third overall as a team, with a score of 244. Richfield came in first at 176, and Manti second with 234. Grand County junior Joopy Bamrungmuang led the way in group one and finished tied for third place overall.

Six girls competed for Grand, with Bamrungmuang scoring a 45 on a par-36 for nine holes, Annie Kopell scoring 53, Shaycee Renn scoring 64, Jenny Kopell penciling in an 82, Jordyn Reidhead shooting an 84, and Eli Bauer, 83.

After the match Bamrungmuang said she feels like her performance was not as great as it could have been, but offered the caveat that this match was more of a warm-up for the rest of the season than anything else.

“It’s not the best that I could’ve done, I know how I could’ve done better,” she said. “I haven’t been hitting some clubs as good as others, so if I didn’t (use) those clubs it would have been a lot better.”

The team will face North Sanpete on March 22 in Mt. Pleasant.

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