The Durango High School girls golf team is on the road this week.
The Demons are scheduled to play tournaments today and Thursday in Delta County.
The Demons will play on the Deer Creek Village course at Cedaredge today in the Cedaredge Invitational.
Durango will play the Delta Invitational at Devil's Thumb in Delta on Thursday.
Earlier this week, the DHS girls played in the Kirtland Invitational in New Mexico.
Freshman Lexi Whalen led the Demons with a low round of 103 on Monday in New Mexico.
Teammate Sarah Gaughan shot 106.
Lauren Walsh shot 108 for the Demons.
Myranda Crawford carded a 111. Teammate Chelsea McSparren shot 115.
Madeline Tover added a 127.
The Demons shot 317 as a team at Kirtland.
"For most of the team, it was only the second (full) round of golf all year," DHS head coach Kirk Rawles said.
"Actually, that was Lexi's first 18 holes of golf this year because of bad weather," Rawles said. "She did a great job."
Rawles said McSparren had a remarkable turnaround from the first 18-hole round of the season at Tiara Rado in Grand Junction.
"She took 33 stokes off her score from the first tournament," Rawles said.
The DHS coach said the Kirtland girls golf tournament was valuable from an experience standout.
"Piedra Vista won the state title in New Mexico last year. It was good for our girls to see them play, to see how they approach the game, how they prepare," said Rawles, the longtime Durango ski coach.
"Our girls are doing a good job. They're getting better each time out," he said.