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Rock Canyon senior wins playoff for 5A state golf title

LITTLETON –The 5A girls golf championship came down to a one-hole playoff and Rock Canyon senior Michelle Ramano was able to take the lead to win the title.

Ramano and Hannah Wood of Arapahoe competed in the playoff.

According to CHSAA Now’s Kent Mincer, Wood and Ramano were even after their tee shots and both below the hole on their approaches. He says Wood left her birdie putt four feet short, then had her par putt lip out. Romano’s birdie try came within tap-in distance as she took the victory.  Read Mincer’s Story, Rock Canyon’s Romano wins 5A girls golf in playoff

Ramano’s performance, helped Rock Canyon claim second place in the 5A team competition.


5A Girls Golf State Championship- Individual Results
DCSD Competitors

1 - Michelle Ramano, Rock Canyon High School
3 – Anna Kennedy, Legend High School (tie)
9 – Highlands Ranch High School
21 – Jenni Chun, Highlands Ranch High School (tie)
27 – Alexis Chan, Rock Canyon High School (tie)
27 – Amelia Lee, Rock Canyon High School (tie)
42 – Haylee Hornick, Rock Canyon High School (tie)
45 – McKenna Reppe, Legend High School
54 – Andrea Reppe, Legend High School (tie)
71 – Mikayla Knoebel, Highlands Ranch High School
77 – Delaney Knoebel, Highlands Ranch High School (tie)
84 – Duval Sutherland, Legend High School

Team Results

2 – Rock Canyon High School
10 – Legend High School
11 – Highlands Ranch High School

See full results at CHSAA NOW

May 22, 2014 | By rmbarber | Category: Athletics and Activities, High School Education

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