FARMINGTON — Kirtland Central had a strong showing at the 4A state golf championships.

Tristin Goodwin finished in second place for the boys, while the KCHS girls took third in the team competition on Tuesday at the UNM South Course in Albuquerque.

Goodwin shot a two-day total of 152, finishing behind only Ben Albin of Albuquerque Academy.

He said he was a little disappointed about his performance in his final high school event.

"It feels more bad than good, kind of like I fell short," Goodwin said. "I played good the first day but couldn't clutch it."

The KCHS senior entered the second round tied for the lead with Albin after shooting an even-par 72 on the first day of the tournament.

Goodwin followed up with an 8-over par 80 on the second day to finish five shots behind Albin.

The Lady Broncos took third place as a team with a score of 764. KCHS ended the event behind only the state champion Deming (684) and runner-up Albuquerque Academy (713).

Darmika Frank led the way for the Lady Broncos with a tie for third place after shooting 173.

The Piedra Vista boys team took fourth place with a score of 680.

"It was pretty rough with a little snow and a lot of wind," PV head coach Floyd Kurley said. "It was difficult conditions. Overall, we didn't play to our potential, but we did OK."

Donald Thornton tied for fourth place with a score of 154 to lead PV.

"He was solid all year long," Kurley said of Thornton.

Academy finished one shot ahead of St. Pius X to win the boys team state title.

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