Montrose sophomore Micah Stangebye is quickly staking his claim as one of the better ball strikers on the Western Slope.
Stangebye shot a five-under-par 66 to claim the win at Wednesday's Montrose Invitational. His round at the Bridges at Black Canyon included six birdies and just a single bogey.
He got help from his teammates during the tournament as well. Dawson Hussong and fresham Jordan Jennings each shot a 73, helping Montrose claim the team win at its own tournament.
Fruita Monument's Blake Andersen was the only other player under par on Wednesday as he shot a 68.
Woodland Park conquers Cheyenne Shadows as a team
Woodland Park came away with a huge team win at Wednesday's Gladiator Invitational. The Panthers shot 31-over as a team, five strokes better than second place Pine Creek.
The Classical Academy's Liam O'Halloran took the individual win, shooting a 77.
Pueblo County, La Junta winners at Elmwood
Pueblo County grabbed the overall team win while La Junta's Cody Schrock shot a 72 to take the solo victory at Wednesday's Pueblo South Invite at Elmwood Golf Course.
Brock Rodrigues shot a 74 for County and teammate Andrew Egan shot a 78 to lead the Hornets to the win.
Mead grabs Tri-Valley tournament title
Kellen Kudrna, T.J. Shehee and Tanner Strong all shot in the 70's as Mead came away with the win at Wednesday's Tri-Valley league tournament.
Roosevelt's Tyler Severin was the best overall golfer of the day as he shot a 71 to claim the solo win.