ST. GEORGE — The Milford girls won the Utah State Girls 1A Golf Championship Wednesday at Southgate Golf Club with a team total of 222 points, using a modified Stableford scoring format.
Rich and Dugway tied for second with 188 points, but Rich won in a playoff to take second outright. St. Joseph finished fourth with 186 points.
"Girls golf is strong at Milford," said coach Wayne Hardy. "We have so many girls, we have to playoff for spots to compete in region play."
Dugway's Allie Hall took low medalist honors with 61 points, while second was Bryce Valley's Ashlee Chynoweth at 60 points and third was St. Joseph's Mady White at 59 points.
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