Rye pair a piece of the 84-player field for Class 3A state young ladies golf title at Elmwood

Rye pair a piece of 84-player field for Class 3A state young ladies golf title at Elmwood

The state meets on Elmwood Golf Course in Pueblo Monday and Tuesday for the Class 3A young ladies secondary school golf competition.

Various region players will contend in the 84-man field during the two-day, 36-opening title arrangement.

Rye has two rivals in the field, senior Morgan Voss and sophomore Paige Hiatt. Voss was the Region 1 sprinter up at Hollydot Golf Course in Colorado City.

“Sort of home field advantage, I’ve just played (Elmwood) a couple of times,” said Voss, who completed in the pack as a sophomore at state. “I’m not going to do anything too psycho, simply play my game and hold the nerves down.

“I think top 10 would be somewhat cool. I’m not anticipating winning or anything. I wasn’t anticipating being top five (at regionals).”

Area 1 hero Aubri Braecklein is maybe one of the top picks to win medalist subsequent to terminating a 69 at Hollydot. The senior from Jefferson Academy will play in her third state competition in four years. There was no state meet last year in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Braecklein, made a beeline for Georgia State to play school golf, completed tenth as a rookie when the competition was held at Elmwood and tied for second as a sophomore two years prior. She feels sure heading into the state meet and desires to win a state title.

“Ideally, that is the arrangement,” she said. “I need to keep fixed on my game, not stress over others. Simply the psychological perspective, simply remaining in the game. I ought to be fine.”

Voss is cheerful she’s addressing Rye with another colleague in Hyatt.

“I have been attempting to be a good example for her this season,” Voss said. “I’m energized that she will carry in the Rye golf crew through her senior year.

“I went to state as a sophomore with all seniors. I was attempting to make that equivalent climate with Paige. I needed to keep her eager to play and hold her nerves down in light of the fact that as a sophomore I recollect that I was frightened.”

Other region players from Region 1 that certified for state incorporate Swink’s Kinzie Ensor, Kit Carson’s Stephanie Framel, La Junta’s Morgan McReynolds and Sari Schrock, Salida’s Hadley Ross and Mya Rolio, Fowler’s Laiken Griffy and Trinidad’s Rylie Pachelli.

Class 4A state young ladies competition

Five Pueblo young ladies will participate in the Class 4A state golf competition at Common Ground Golf Course in Aurora.

The fivesome will be driven by South senior Zoey Rodriguez, the South-Central League champion and Region 1 second place.

Pueblo County will have a group of three players entered including Mackenzie Parlett, Samantha Cordo and Samantha Hansen. Additionally addressing Pueblo will be Avery Dabekow of Pueblo West.

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