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Summit High golf takes fourth in league finale

Summit Daily/Brad Odekirk Summit High sophomore Sean Miller fires his second shot toward the number one green at the Keystone Ranch Thursday afternoon.
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ARVADA – In the final league meet of the season, the Summit High School golf team finished fourth at The Meadows on Thursday. Sean Miller shot 81 to place 10th overall, leading the Tigers, who shot 329.Jimmy Keeling (82), Rudi Turrin (83) and Brett Miller (83) all shot scores higher than their season averages, while junior Sean Kleinschmidt (93) replaced Corey Stanton in the lineup.

Ralston Valley continued its domination over the league, scoring a 312 to win.”Across the board the scores were pretty high,” Keeling said. “I’m disappointed with my score today, but there’s nothing I can do about that now.”After the meet, the season awards were given out. Keeling, Turrin and Brett Miller all represented the Tigers by being named to the Jeffco League second team.The first and second teams were selected by each players’ nine-hole scoring averages.

Keeling led the way with a 39.5, while Brett Miller had a 39.8 average and Turrin finished with a 40.2.Sean Miller missed making the second team by just two places, finishing 16th overall in scoring average. “Last year I missed it by two spots, so that was one of my biggest things this year,” Keeling said. “This year, the league has had better competition, so getting three guys on the team is pretty cool.”



Now that the regular season is over, Summit will host the regional tournament at the Keystone Ranch Golf Course on Monday. The tournament starts at 10 a.m.”Having regionals at our home course is awesome,” Keeling said. “I know what club to hit on every hole and which way the putts break. It’s just a matter of getting the breaks.”Andy Frame can be reached at (970) 668-3998, ext. 236, or at aframe@summitdaily.com.


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