Friday, April 9, 2010

Another close round between Twin, WRHS

Mild day for 18 holes of golf at Rupert

It's starting to look like the Wood River High School boys and their Twin Falls counterparts are going to be within a three-putt of each other all season in prep golfing action.

Nine days after tying for first place at Jerome Country Club, Twin Falls and Wood River went down to the wire again Wednesday during a six-team Great Basin Conference meet at Rupert Country Club.

This time, Twin Falls emerged on top again, a two-stroke winner with a score of 301, to Wood River's 303. Next best was Canyon Ridge of Twin Falls with 311, and Minico was far back in fourth place, 339.

Senior Jonathan Hobbs of Wood River carded a fine 71, the second-best round of the day after Twin Falls junior varsity player Kyle Miley and his 70. Conner Lee of Twin Falls, another senior, shot 72.

Other Wolverines were junior Davis Hague 76, senior Crockett Stearns 78, senior Chance McCroskey 78 and junior Ian Murphy 80. Junior varsity player Sage Sauerbray, a sophomore, had an 89 and junior Charlie Evans scored 98.

Wood River girls and their scores at Rupert were Jennie Williams with a 99, Kylee Richmond 111, Tori Pfaeffle 131 and Nicole Gillette 134. Twin Falls finished way ahead of the other schools, with four of its five players breaking 90 led by medalist Katherine Reed, 82.

Wood River travels to the Gate City Invitational Tuesday, April 13 at Riverside, Pocatello.

Cutthroat golf at Burley

Coach Noah Loyd took three boys and one girl to Burley Municipal Golf Course on Tuesday for the 18-hole Oakley Invitational meet. Individual medalist was Filer's Ben Shetler with an 81. Top girl was Angela Vitek of Gooding at 117.

Scores for the Cutthroat boys were Dane Inman 105, Anthony Martin 112 and Cameron Jenner 123. Filer won the boys' team race with 353 points. Sun Valley's Hannah Robideaux withdrew due to injury.

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