Northglenn ended their season after none of their four golfers made it past the Regionals Tournament Sept. 19 at Broadlands Golf Course.
After a strong season, senior Chris Strickland shot an 83 for 26th place, missing the State Tournament by three strokes.
Nick Lewis finished in 42nd place, shooting 21 over par. Louis Vadeen and Dalton Hines came in 46th and 49th place, respectively.
Northglenn earned a team score of plus 57 over par for 11th place.
Legacy’s golf team sent four golfers to Regionals Sept. 18 at Murphy Creek Golf Course in Aurora. And all four qualified for the State Tournament Sept. 30 to Oct. 1 at Murphy Creek.
The Lightning’s Spencer Roberts and Trevor Glen tied for ninth place with a plus-5 over par. Li Chen came in 13th place shooting a plus-7 over par.
Coming in tied at 17th place with four other golfers was Zach Moritz with a plus-9 score.
Legacy finished in fourth place with a score of 89.
Spencer Painton from Regis won first place with a 4-under par score. Regis had three golfers finish in the top 4 for the first place finish.
The Gators’ Andrew Hewitt made the State Tournament coming in 12th place for the southern region at Colorado Springs Country Club. Hewitt shot a plus-nine over par for 81 points.
Paul Cleveland came in at plus-10 over par, while Caleb Ott and Nick Villano tied for 21st place. Jeremy Minnick shot a plus-15 over par for 28th place.
Neither Horizon High School nor Mountain Range High School qualified any golfers for the state tournament.
The Tigers’ Tyler Smiens finished the Regionals Tournament in fourth place with a score of 77 Sept. 24 at Foothills Golf Course in Lakewood. Conor Stanley came in right behind him with a sixth-place finish and plus-seven over par. Joe Bartoletti finished in seventh place with a plus-eight over par score. Matthew Collier came in 28th place.
Coming in 14th place for Jefferson Academy was Zach Troyer with a score of plus-12.
With a 37th place finish, Ben Langer scored a plus-25. Tyler Eisenhand came in 5oth.