Schedule slowing a bit for boys golf

The schedule is slowing a bit for the Yuma High School boys golf team.
The Indians have gotten in most of their season prior to the September 7 start to the 2021-22 school year. They were at Strasburg this past Tuesday, and will be at Sterling on Friday.
Yuma’s golfers got in three more tournaments last week.
It began Wednesday at the Greeley City Championship/Frontier Academy Invitational held at Boomerang Golf Course. Yuma finished 12th in the team standings with a 315 score. Northridge won the team title with a 220.
Brekyn Josh and Brodie Castillo tied for top Yuma honors, each shooting a 104, while JJ Ward had a 107, and Ty Remmich 143.

Will Noble competes at the Holyoke Invitational, last Friday. (Dave Gustafson)

Weathers took a crew to Estes Park on Thursday. The varsity foursome again finished 12th with a 336. Sterling won the team title with a 247.
Josh shot a 97 for Yuma, while Ward had a 110, Castillo 129 and Remmich 165.
It was then off to the Holyoke Invitational on Friday. Yuma shot a 343 to place sixth. Sterling won the team title with a 259.
Kyle Schuetz was low scorer for Yuma with a 108, while Will Noble had a 113, Kaleb Jones 122 and Jayden Serl 124.