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Green River golf team competes in region tournament

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Coach Dale Richards, Troy Sweeten, Marvin Arnold, Earl Nelson and Kaden Robertson, pose for a photo before the Region 19 tournament, held at the Moab golf course.

The Green River Pirate golf team traveled to Moab on May 8 to compete in the Region 19 golf tournament.

The pirates shot their best score of the year and finished second. The team from Whitehorse High School was crowned the region champion. Monticello High School was the other team in the tournament.

The Pirate golfers finished with a score of 416. Junior Kaden Robertson led the way with a four over par 76. Kaden was named the Region 19 medalist. This is the third straight region championship for Kaden. He will now go on to represent Green River High School in the 1A State championship next week in Richfield along with the rest of the Green River golfers. They will compete on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Pirate team members Kaden Robertson, Troy Sweeten, Earl Nelson and Marvin Arnold, will all return next year and are looking forward to another exciting golf season. Everyone improved a lot this season and Coach Dale Richards is excited about the future of Green River golf.

The Pirates appreciate the Green River State Park for letting them to practice and improve their game at the golf course in Green River.

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