Riverdale Ridge junior Bradley Weinmaster wins Class 4A state particular person golf title at Pelican Lakes in Windsor
Riverdale Ridge’s Bradley Weinmaster won the Colorado High School Activities Association Class 4A individual golf title after a four-man playoff Tuesday at Pelican Lakes Golf Course in Windsor.
Weinmaster, who earlier in the day was part of a Ravens’ squad that finished second as a team, outlasted Windsor sophomore Kellen Ball, Denver North senior Sawyer Klein and Ponderosa senior Zane Aiken in the playoff with a par at the 490-yard 18th hole , according to a social media post from CHSAA.
All four golfers finished the two-round tournament with total scores of 144. Only Aiken played the second round at par or better. He carded back-to-back even par 72s.
Ball started the final round tied for second after a 2-under par 70 on Monday. He had a 2-over 74 Tuesday.
Klein opened the second round with a three-shot lead on Ball and Falcon’s Reese Knox after a 1-under 69 on Monday. Klein shot a 3-over 75 on Tuesday. Weinmaster shot 71 and and 1-over 73 to get into the playoff.
Knox had a 4-over 76 Tuesday to finish in a tie for sixth.
Cheyenne Mountain won the 4A team title (445) by four shots over Riverdale Ridge. Windsor tied with Evergreen for fifth with a two-day total 461.
Resurrection Christian freshman finishes second in Class 3A, Cougars also second
Resurrection Christian’s Clint Summers finished second in the 3A individual tournament while helping the Cougars to second place in the team standings at Pinehurst Country Club’s Maxwell Course in Denver.
Vail Mountain (445) topped Resurrection Christian by one shot for the 3A team title.
Summers started the second round Tuesday with a one-shot lead on Montezuma Cortez senior Thayer Plewe after a 1-under 69 on Monday.
Plewe, though, fired a 6-under 64 Tuesday — propelled by four birdies and an eagle on the back nine — to claim the individual 3A title by five shots over Summers. Plewe had a two-day total of 134.
Severance’s Ryan Ewoniuk tied for fifth after a 72 on Tuesday.
Plewe’s eagle came on the par 5 16th, a 563-yard hold that dropped him to 4-under for the round. He birded 17 and 18.
Summers started the second round at No. 1 and was even after five holes. He bogeyed three of the final holes on the front nine to go to 2-over par at the turn. Summers birdied three of the final five holes to get to even for the day.
Fossil Ridge in Fort Collins won the Class 5A team title Tuesday at City Park in Denver.
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