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ALBUQUERQUE — Greatly improved weather conditions didn’t greatly improve scores in the second day of the Class 4A golf championship.
For the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls golf team, there was some improvement from the opening round, but not enough to make a move into the top three. In fact, the only team in the 4A tournament that made a major move was the Albuquerque Academy Chargers, who actually surpassed Los Alamos for fourth place in the final team tallies.
The Hilltopper girls finished with a two-day total of 773. They were nine shots better than Monday, but that improvement didn’t gain them much ground in their attempt to move up to the third position.
Los Alamos finished fifth in the final standings, dropping one spot after Academy shaved 23 strokes from its opening-round total, beating Los Alamos out for fourth by two shots.
In the boys tournament, Los Alamos’ only entry, senior Thomas Herrera closed out his career with a final round 86. He finished with a two-day total of 170 shots, placing him tied for 19th place.
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