Koko Terada said her goal was to play for the gold this week at the NIAA Division I State Girls Golf Championship presented by the Farmers Insurance Group in Las Vegas.
And the Douglas High School junior took a good step toward that goal on Wednesday when she shot even-par 72 at the Bear’s Best Golf Club. She stands in second-place, only 2 shots behind Katrina Prendergast in first-place at the tournament’s midway point.
The final round will be played on Thursday at Bear’s Best.
Terada made her turn at 37 and then shot 1-under 35 over the back 9 …