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Rocky's Clancy earns Frontier honor

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Rocky's Kyla Clancy is the Frontier Conference's Women's Golfer of the Week, according to the league office.

The senior from Park City won medalist honors at last week's Frontier Conference Championships in Tempe, Arizona. Rocky's women upset regular season champion Lewis Clark State to earn the Frontier's automatic bid to next month's NAIA Championships in Pooler, GA.

Clancy led the tournament wire-to-wire, shooting 79-74-78. She led the tournament in pars with 31, and placed second in par 4 scoring, par 5 scoring and total birdies. 

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