CHS boys take aim at trophy

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POCATELLO — Coeur d’Alene’s boys are in third place after the first day of the two-day state 5A golf tournament at Highland Golf Course.

The Vikings shot 314, four strokes back of Eagle. Rocky Mountain, the three-time defending state champions, shot 293 and leads by 17 strokes.

Wyatt Williams shot 77, Brayden Ogle 78 and Sam Johnson 79 to lead Coeur d’Alene, which was second last year.

“Wyatt’s our No. 3 golfer, and he’s been struggling in recent weeks, so it was good to see him be our low man today,” CHS coach Bryan Duncan said. “It’s going to be tough to catch Rocky Mountain — they’re good, and they shot really well today. But (team places) second through fifth are bunched together ... should be a dogfight for the other trophies.”

Lake City shot 332 and is in sixth place.

Ryan Chapman of Lake City is tied for 10th after the first day with a 76.

“I was pleased with our effort today on a very tricky course,” Lake City boys coach Troy Anderson said. “Ryan and Cameron (Johnson, who shot 77) did a great job scrambling throughout the day to put up some solid numbers. Even though we didn’t put our best foot forward as a team on day one, we still have a lot to play for tomorrow.”

In the girls tournament, Kyla Currie of Lake City shot 78 and is in fourth place, three strokes back of the leaders, after the first day. She finished seventh last year. Lake City is fourth after a 364. Eagle shot 323 and leads by 14 strokes.

“I am really proud of the girls,” Lake City coach Corey Owen said. “Kyla had an amazing back nine today to put up a great number and give her a chance to win a state title. I am really hopeful we can keep our momentum going tomorrow and bring home a team trophy.”

At Highland Golf Course, Pocatello

Par 72

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Rocky Mountain 293. 2, Eagle 310. 3, Coeur d’Alene 314. 4, Boise 316. 5, Madison 327. 6, Lake City 332. 7, Highland 343.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Joe Gustavel, Boise, 69. 2, Jake Slocum, Rocky Mountain, 70. 3, Taylor Mortensen, Rocky Mountain, 71. 4, Davis Sahr, Eagle, 73. 5 (tie), Tanner Helms, Eagle, 74; Zach Martin, Eagle, 74; Gerek Eubank, Rocky Mountain, 74. 8 (tie), Dawson Moon, Highland, 75; Avery Falash, Mountain View, 75. 10 (tie), Nathan Barkan, Eagle, 76; Ryan Chapman, Lake City, 76.

COEUR d’ALENE — Brayden Ogle 78, Cole Jaworski 80, Jackson Davenport 85, Sam Johnson 79, Wyatt Williams 77.

LAKE CITY — Alex Barrett 91, Cameron Johnson 77, Davon Sandford 88, Greyden Lee 100, Ryan Chapman 76.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Jacob Glenn, Post Falls, 79; Jack Seibly, Lewiston, 83.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Eagle 323. 2, Rocky Mountain 337. 3, Boise 343. 4, Lake City 364. 5, Timberline 376. 6, Lewiston 377. 7, Madison 401. 8, Thunder Ridge 403.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1 (tie), Emily Cadwell, Boise, 75; Brooke Patterson, Eagle, 75. 3, Elle McCord, Eagle, 76. 4, Kyla Currie, Lake City, 78. 5, Maddie Montoya, Borah, 81. 6 (tie), Christine Cho, Eagle, 82; Ainsley Terada, Rocky Mountain, 82; Maddie Cudworth, Rocky Mountain, 82. 9 (tie), akate Goulet, Boise, 84, Lauren Parish, Rocky Mountain, 84.

LAKE CITY — Kyla Currie 78, Marisa Hagerty 96, Tarryn Cherry 99, Jojo Dodge 96, Echo Anderson 94.

LEWISTON — Allison MacMillan 95, Avery Literal 103, Kaylee Halstead 87, Megan Light 92, Sidney Barden 104.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Martina Hicks, Coeur d’Alene, 88.

4A

TWIN FALLS — Lakeland’s boys shot 323 and are in fifth place — nine strokes back of fourth — after the first day of the state 4A tournament at Twin Falls Golf Club.

Ashton Waddington shot 76 for the Hawks and is in 14th place heading into the final round today. Rhonin Edwards shot 78.

Sandpoint’s girls shot 357 and are in second place, 25 strokes behind defending champion Twin Falls.

At Twin Falls Golf Club

Par 68

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Minico 298. 2, Ridgevue 299. 3, Bishop Kelly 310. 4, Twin Falls 314. 5, Lakeland 323. 6, Emmett 324. 7, Hillcrest 328. 8, Preston 328. 9, Idaho Falls 339. 10, Pocatello 363.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Alec Dykas, Bishop Kelly, 68. 2 (tie), Davis Weatherston, Hillcrest, 69; Garret Kelley, Preston, 69. 4, Gage Skaggs, Minico, 70. 5 (tie), Ridge Pickup, Burley, 71; Joey Gibson, Minico, 71; Alex Van Auker, Ridgevue, 71. 8, Preston Rigel, Twin Falls, 72. 9 (tie), Julian Herrington, Kuna, 73; Peyton Orr, Minico, 73.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Bryden Brown, Moscow, 74.

LAKELAND — Aden Sandlin 81, Ashton Waddington 76, Cody Elmose 93, Rhonin Edwards 78, Sam Schneider 88.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Twin Falls 332. 2, Sandpoint 357. 3, Middleton 366. 4, Ridgevue 372. 5, Pocatello 377. 6, Skyline 387. 7, Century 409. 8, Kuna 410 9, Shelley 420.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Brinlee Stotts, Twin Falls, 76. 2, Makena Rauch, Moscow, 77. 3 (tie), London Hall, Idaho Falls, 82; Dallis Shockey, Minico, 82; Kaylee Jones, 82. 6, Hattie Larson, Sandpoint, 83. 7, Natalie Beck, Pocatello, 84. 8, Nicole Nelson, Shelley, 85. 9 (tie), Challiss Potter, Hillcrest, 86; Emily Elliot, Ridgevue, 86; CeCe Deprez, Sandpoint, 86; Sidney Johnson, Vallivue, 86.

SANDPOINT — Aly Lish 104, Annaby Kanning 95, Camille Neuder 93, CeCe Deprez 86, Hattie Larson 83.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Makena Rauch, Moscow, 77.

3A

TWIN FALLS — Kellogg’s boys, the two-time defending state champions, shot 352 and are in fourth place after the first day of the 3A tourney at Canyon Springs Golf Course. Fruitland shot 299 and leads by 48 strokes. Archie Rauenhorst and Taylor Bush of the Wildcats each shot 84 and are in a five-way tie for 10th heading into the final day.

Kellogg’s girls are in fourth, Timberlake fifth. Buhl shot 348 and leads by 42 strokes.

Kat Rauenhorst of Kellogg shot 80 and is in second place, seven back of the leader. Hanna Mendenhall of Timberlake shot 90 and is tied for eighth.

At Canyon Springs Golf Course, Twin Falls

Par 72

BOYS

TEAM SCORES —1, Fruitland 299. 2, Kimberly 347. 3, Snake River 349. 4, Kellogg 352. 5, Buhl 376. 6, Weiser 394. 7, Sugar-Salem 401. 8, Priest River 432.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Lucas Rynearson, Fruitland, 69. 2, Jonas Bicknese, Fruitland, 70. 3, Daniel Uranga, Homedale, 72. 4, Logan Mills, American Falls, 75. 5, Jake O’Neil, Fruitland, 78. 6, Tanner O’Brien, Teton, 80. 7 (tie), AJ Armitage, Buhl, 82; Anthony Vincent, Fruitland, 82. 9, Noah Watt, Snake River, 83. 10 (tie), Archie Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 84; Taylor Bush, Kellogg, 84; Drake Baumann, Kimberly, 84; Hank Hopkins, Kimberly, 84; Cody Anderson, Snake River, 84.

KELLOGG — Archie Rauenhorst 84, Bobby Bublitz 100, Graden Nearing 89, Griffey Doerschel 95, Taylor Bush 84.

PRIEST RIVER — Ben Zapfe 95, Bowen Fegert 115, Jimmie Isenberger 142, Kameron Salesky 92, Shane Gamber 130.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Wyatt Iacolucci, Bonners Ferry, 90.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Buhl 348. 2, Weiser 390. 3, Homedale 406. 4, Kellogg 413. 5, Timberlake 451. 6, Marsh Valley 458.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Kylie Crossland, Buhl, 73. 2, Kat Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 80. 3 (tie), Tenlee Scott, Buhl, 88; Zara Weaver, Buhl, 88; Tea Uranga, Homedale, 88. 6 (tie), Mia Harper, Snake River, 89; Sara Lundberg, Weiser, 89. 8 (tie), Hannah Foss, Fruitland, 90; Hanna Mendenhall, 90. 10, Emma Bristow, Kellogg, 92.

KELLOGG — Kat Rauenhorst 80, Emma Bristow 92, Alyssa Milliron 115, Gracie Miller 126, Jezzy Hall 132.

TIMBERLAKE — Hanna Mendenhall 90, Izzy Hilliard 104, Brooke Jessen 126, Emma Torr 131, Madeline Hunter 151.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Cali Iacolucci, Bonners Ferry, 100.

2A

BURLEY — Lakeside’s girls shot 442 and are in sixth place after the first day of the state 2A tourney at River’s Edge Golf Club.

Grace shot 375 and leads Cole Valley Christian by one stroke.

Brooke Stevens of Clark Fork shot 100 and is tied for ninth.

In the boys tournament, Grace shot 311 and leads by 10 strokes heading into the final round today. St. Maries is in 12th, Wallace 13th and Lakeside 14th.

At River’s Edge Golf Club, Burley

Par 72

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Grace 311. 2, Cole Valley Christian 321. 3, North Star Charter 343. 4 (tie), Liberty Charter, Lighthouse Christian 367. 6, McCall-Donnelly 368. 7, Challis 372. 8, Declo 373. 9, Salmon 384. 10, Bear Lake 388. 11, Sun Valley Community 391. 12, St. Maries 399. 13, Wallace 403. 14, Lakeside 426.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Lane Strand, Challis, 67. 2, Parker Wallace, Cole Valley Christian, 71. 3, Jacob Smith, Grace, 75. 4 (tie), Jordan Mansfield, Grace, 76; Michael Corkish, Liberty Charter, 76. 6 (tie), Dathan Ova, McCall-Donnelly, 78; Cole Reuter, Clark Fork, 78; Camm Jorgensen, Grace, 78. 9 (tie), Landon Villa, Marsing, 81; Tyler Smith, Cole Valley Christian, 81; Cole Wasson, Nampa Christian, 81; Preston Hammond, Salmon, 81; Gavin Rodeghiero, North Star Charter, 81.

ST. MARIES — Kadin Olson 86, Eric Porter 97, Cooper Daniel 106, Grant Peet 110, Corbin Scheer 122.

WALLACE — Josh Allen 89, Thomas Southard 99, Hayden Hogamier 102, Logan Hull 113, Gary Gunderson 124.

LAKESIDE — Kenyon SpottedHorse 103, Emmitt White 105, Talon Twoteeth 105, Jasper Abuan 113, Tucker Sanchez 119.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Cole Reuter, Clark Fork, 78; Jacob Schultz, Genesis Prep, 82; Austin Kelso, Orofino, 107.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Grace 375. 2, Cole Valley Christian 376. 3, Nampa Christian 424. 4, Challis 433. 5, Salmon 438. 6, Lakeside 442. 7, Declo 443. 8, Liberty Charter 459. 9, Lighthouse Christian 465. 10, St. Maries 473.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Kelly Ann Strand, Challis, 73. 2, Lindsay Lloyd, Grace, 76. 3, Briana Shervik, Nampa Christian, 81. 4, Grace Singpraseuth, Cole Valley Christian, 82. 5, Sophie Huff, Cole Valley Christian, 94. 6, Bella Huff, Cole Valley Christian, 96. 7, Shayla Preston, Bear Lake, 97. 8, Amber Mansfield, Grace, 99. 9 (tie), Hannah Buschhorn, Valley, 100; Britton Lloyd, Grace, 100; Brooke Stevens, Clark Fork, 100; Zoeigh Walker, Grace, 100.

LAKESIDE — Mia Pakootas 104, Alyssa SiJohn 108, Suzi Pakootas 112, Brooklyn Marchand 118, Katannah Marchand 157.

ST. MARIES — Macie Rimel 105, Tabitha Boller 110, Jayden Martin 116, Trista Janssen 142, Hope Aasgaard 159.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Brooke Stevens, Clark Fork, 100

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