Boys golf: Frederick takes fifth at own tournament

Silver Creek captures team title at Frederick Classic


FORT LUPTON -- Frederick High School's boys golf team tied for fifth at the Frederick Classic at Coyote Creek Aug. 23.

FHS finished two shots behind Longmont High School. Silver Creek High School took the team stroke title.

FHS' Jake Chesler was his team's medalist. He fired a 3-over par 74 and finished 11th in individual stroke play.  Dakota Brock finished with a 79, and Cole Greff finished with an 80.

Brighton High School

Brighton's Kyle Leydon finished in a tie for third at the Frederick Classic at Coyote Creek after his 1-over par 72.  Coby Puzio had a 78, and Trevor Valenzuela added an 84.

BHS was seventh in the team standings.

Riverdale Ridge

Riverdale Ridge's team medalist at the Frederick Classic at Coyote Creek was Aidan Sweeney. He shot a 2-over 73.  Carter Seis finished his round with a 77, and Bradley Weinmaster finished with an 83.

The Ravens tied Frederick for fifth place in the team standings.


Charles Hodges' 6-over par total of 77 made him Legacy's team medalist at the Frederick Classic. Tyler Hammond carded a 78, and Luke Tourault finished with an 84.

LHS was ninth in the team standings.

Holy Family

The Tigers' Kyle Branson was the team medalist  after his 12-over par score of 83. Drew Federspiel carded an 89, and Ryan Denser finshed with a 93, HFHS tied Horizon High School for 18th in the team standings.

Horizon High School

Horizon's Colin Zancanella was the Hawks' medalist at the Frederick Classic. He finished with an 84. Auston Froid finished his round with an 87, and Ean Aretz finished with a 94,

The Hawks tied Holy Family for 18th in the team standings.

Northglenn High School

Northglenn's Tyler Garcia fired an 88 at the Frederick Classic golf tournament in Fort Lupton. Rye Taylor was close behind with an 89, and Nick Debell carded a 93. The Norse finished 21st in the team standings.

Mountain Range High School

Mountain Range's Hayden Shipshock took team medalist honors for the Mustangs. He carded an 8-over par 79. Angelo Melendez fired a 96, and JAckson Shipshock finished with an even 100.

The Mustangs finished 22nd in the team standings.


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