Steamboat boys golf continues dominant start |

Steamboat boys golf continues dominant start

Steamboat seniors Colin Kagan, Parker Moline, Charlie Thompson, Jeremy Nolting and junior Michael DiNapoli celebrate another team victory at the Gypsum Creek golf tournament on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2022.
Darlene Nolting/Courtesy photo

Steamboat Springs boys golf continues its success with a third straight victory at Gypsum Creek Golf Course on Tuesday, Aug. 30. 

The Sailors have been able to stay consistent to start the season and continuously have players finishing top five on the leaderboard.

Senior Jeremy Nolting was the top Sailor finisher on Tuesday, finishing second overall with a 75 on the par 72 course. 

Junior Michael DiNapoli and senior Colin Kagan were not far behind shooting a 76 and 79 respectively. 

Steamboat’s 230 overall on the scorecard earned them first place in the tournament, edging out Gunnison’s second place score by 12 strokes. 

The boys remain undefeated with a 3-0 record and earned a couple weeks off until they travel up the road for a round at Yampa Valley Golf Course in Craig on Sept. 12. 

Tuesday, Aug. 30
Gypsum Creek Tournament
Team scores: 1. Steamboat Springs 230. 2. Gunnison 242. 3. Vail Mountain 244. 4. Basalt 249. 5. Eagle Valley 251. 6. Summit 258. 7. Fruita Monument 261. 8. Aspen 266. 9. Battle Mountain 270. 10. Coal Ridge 277. 11. Rifle 283. 12. Meeker 293. 
Top 10: 1. Felix Gruner, VM, 73. 2. Jeremy Nolting, SS, 75. 2. Tyler Short, S, 75. 4. Michael DiNapoli, SS, 76. 4. Garrett Exelbert, B, 76. 6. Colin Kagan, SS, 79. 7. Mason Weitman, G, 80. 8. Carson Zummach, G, 81. 8. Preston Pike, G, 81. 10. Matthew Cairncross, Aspen, 82. 10. Alec Claassen, B, 82. 
Other Sailor finishers: 17. Charlie Thompson, SS, 85. 29. Parker Moline, SS, 90.

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