The Sand Devils edged Flagstaff by one stroke and Coconino by six to win the Page Multiple Oct. 4 at Lake Powell National Golf Course, and finish their home schedule undefeated.
The team ends its season with four straight road matches.
Coach Mike Bryan said itís the second straight year Page High has not lost on its home course.
Also in the match, Lindsay Wood shot a 37, posting her fifth qualifying round, which means she is now eligible to participate in the state tournament.
Sheridan Colby was one shot behind her, Nick Bryan shot a 40, as did Andrew Keisling. Those three also posted state qualifying rounds.
As a team, the Devils posted their second qualifying round, and need three more in the final four matches to make it to the state tournament as a team.
Coach Bryan explained that qualifying rounds are determined by course rating and course slope, so they are different for each course.
FLAG FOOTBALL SIGNUPS
Sign ups for flag football will start Oct. 9. Boys and girls in grades first through eighth can register at Page City Hall or at the Page Sports Complex. The cost is $35 per child.
For more information, please contact Kris Worley at 645-4381 or Delores Dempsey at 645-4380 or 691-0209.
FREE TAILGATE PARTY
First Baptist Church is hosting a tailgate party before the Sand Devils final home game Oct. 19. There will be free hamburgers, hot dogs and soft drinks.
There will be free food from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. (game time) across Lake Powell Boulevard from Sand Devils Stadium.
The Sand Devils junior varsity football team lost to Snowflake, 58-6, at home Oct. 6, a result nearly identical to the varsity, which fell to the Lobos, 56-20, the night before in Snowflake.
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