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    Golfers tie for second at Palisade

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    Anthony Militano
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    The Grand County boys golf team tied for second place at the Region XII tournament on Monday, Sept. 23, at Palisade State Golf Course in Sterling.

    The Richfield Wildcats took first with a team score of 345 strokes. The Red Devils and Carbon Dinos had 360. The South Sevier Rams landed in third with 378.

    Grand County, Richfield and Carbon have been locked in an intense rivalry all season long. Rafe Saunders took second place overall at Palisade with 81 strokes. Luke Williams was right behind him in third place with 82 strokes. Sage Stroder had a score of 98 and tied for the 15th spot overall at Palisade with no surprise, a player from Carbon and Richfield.

    The current regional standings are Carbon in first, Grand in second and Richfield in third.

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