State high school golf tournaments at a glance

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LOREN BENOIT/Press Lake City senior Greyden Lee hits an iron shot to the sixth green during last Monday’s 5A Region 1 tournament at the Coeur d’Alene Golf Club.


At Highland Golf Course, Pocatello

2018 CHAMPIONS: Rocky Mountain boys, Eagle girls

LOCAL QUALIFIERS: Lake City boys, Coeur d’Alene boys, Lake City girls, Lewiston girls; Jacob Glenn, Post Falls; Jack Seibly, Lewiston; Martina Hicks, Coeur d’Alene

NOTES: Coeur d’Alene’s boys expect to challenge for a state title, Lake City’s boys are coming off their first regional title since 2001, and Timberwolf senior Cameron Johnson figures to contend for medalist honors. ... Coeur d’Alene returns four of its five players from last year’s state runner-up, and two of them, Brayden Ogle (third) and Jackson Davenport (10th), placed in the top 10. ... Rocky Mountain, the three-time defending state boys champion, shot 313 and finished fourth at last week’s District 3 tournament. Mountain View won with a 300, followed by Eagle at 307 and Boise at 308. ... Kyla Currie of Lake City tied for sixth in 5A girls last year, helping her Timberwolves finish sixth.


At Twin Falls Golf Course

2018 CHAMPIONS: Twin Falls boys, Twin Falls girls

LOCAL QUALIFIERS: Lakeland boys, Sandpoint girls; Bryden Brown, Moscow; Makena Rauch, Moscow

NOTES: Twin Falls’ boys have won seven state titles in the last eight years ... Twin Falls’ girls have won two of the last three state titles. ... Lakeland is coming off its third straight boys Region 1 title. Aden Sandlin, a member of last year’s Lakeland boys team that took seventh at state, was medalist last week at regionals. ... Lakeland’s girls finished fourth last year; Sydney Suko, Makayla Higbee and Madison Kelleher are back from that squad.


At Canyon Springs Golf Course, Twin Falls

2018 CHAMPIONS: Kellogg boys, Buhl girls

LOCAL QUALIFIERS: Kellogg boys, Priest River boys, Kellogg girls, Timberlake girls; Wyatt Iacolucci, Bonners Ferry; Cali Iacolucci, Bonners Ferry.

NOTES: Kellogg is the two-time defending state boys champion, but graduated everyone off last year’s state squad. Credit to the Wildcats and coach Simon Miller for churning out another district champion. ... Kellogg’s girls were third at state last year, after winning state titles in 2016 and ’17. ... The Wildcats produced this year’s district medalists in Kat Rauenhorst and her brother, Archie Rauenhorst. Kat Rauenhorst was third at state last year.


At River’s Edge Golf Club, Burley

2018 CHAMPIONS: Cole Valley Christian boys, Cole Valley Christian girls

LOCAL QUALIFIERS: St. Maries boys, Wallace boys, Lakeside boys, Lakeside girls, St. Maries girls; Jacob Schultz, Genesis Prep; Austin Kelso, Orofino; Brooke Stevens, Clark Fork.

NOTES: Cole Valley Christian is the two-time defending state champion in both boys and girls. ... Lakeside’s girls return all four players from last year’s team that brought home a trophy by placing fourth at state, including Mia Pakootas, who finished 13th. ... Kadin Olson, a member of last year’s state team at St. Maries, was boys medalist at districts last week.

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