Boys All Levels Golf
The Windsor High School boys’ golf team improved one spot from yesterday during the final day of the two-day Class 4A state championships held at The Country Club of Colorado in Colorado Springs, and in the process finished with the school’s second-best showing ever at state. Windsor was in sixth place (35-over par) heading into the final round and moved up to fifth with a three-person score on Tuesday of 237 (24-over) to finish with 485 strokes (59-over) and 26 shots behind state champ and tournament host Cheyenne Mountain (33-over). Mullen finished second at 42-over, two-time defending champ Montrose was third (46-over) and Pueblo West was fourth (52-over). The 2014 Windsor team finished fourth (34-over) out of 12 teams and only six times in school history has Windsor competed as a team at state. This year Brenty Paiz, second from the left, finished in a tie for 11th with scores of 81-75 (14-over), sophomore Landon Ball, third from the right, tied for 32nd with rounds of 85-79 (22-over), senior Alex Tanner, second from the right, tied for 46th with an 82-86 (26-over) and sophomore Carter Hinkle, third from the left, shot an 87-83 (28-over) to tie for 51st out of 84 players. Head coach Kenny Anderson is on the right and assistant coach Ryan Lococo is on the left. At the 2019 state tournament in Montrose Paiz finished in tie for 14th, Tanner tied for 27th and Hinkle tied for 52nd. This was Landon Ball’s first state event. The team will graduate Tanner and in 2021 will hope to qualify as a team for the third straight year, and fourth time in the past five years. Congratulations boys on a terrific, and highly emotional and unpredictable season! You made the school, Pelican Lakes, and the community proud!
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