Friday, April 6, 2012

Prep golfers back in the swing at Rupert


High school golfers played through plenty of wind, but they also enjoyed sunny conditions Wednesday for the Minico Invitational boys' and girls' meets at Rupert Country Club.

The Twin Falls Bruins won the Great Basin Conference meet by 35 points over second-place Canyon Ridge of Twin Falls in the boys' varsity competition, and by 69 points over Minico in the girls' contest.

Hailey's Wood River High School sent 11 golfers with senior Sage Sauerbrey putting up the best 18-hole round with a 91. The individual medalists, both from Twin Falls, were Alec Meyerhoeffer with a 3-over-par 74 and Sydney Lee, 81.

Other Wood River boys' varsity scores: Tyler Spence 93, Rickie Jeneson 94, Riley Neel 99 and James Petzke 105. The junior varsity boys were Lane Coulthard 93, Cody Richmond 94 and Martin Gottlander 104.

Wood River varsity girls scores were Hannah Haupt 120, Janie Heather 138 and Bella Stimac 145.

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Next competitions for Wood River are the girls' Buhl Invitational Monday, April 9 at Clear Lakes north of Buhl in the Snake River Canyon, and the Gate City Invitational for the boys Tuesday, April 10 at Highland in Pocatello.

Here are top results from Wednesday's Rupert meet that attracted 46 boys and 25 girls for their 18-hole rounds:

Boys' varsity team: 1—Twin Falls 309. 2—Canyon Ridge 344. 3—Minico 365. 4—Jerome 373. 5—Wood River 377. 6—Burley 380.

Boys' junior varsity team: 1—Twin Falls 328. 2—Canyon Ridge 396. 3—Wood River 396. 4—Minico 440.

Top 10 boys' varsity individual: 1—Alex Meyerhoeffer (TF) 74. 2—Kyle Miley (TF) 76. 3—Alec Perkins (TF) 78. 4—Connor Meyerhoeffer (TF) 81. 5—Braden Luper (CR) and Matthew Frank (TF) 82. 7—Rok Holmes (M) 83. 8—Jon Grayer (CR) 86. 9—Brevin Jackson (J) 88, Jake Johnson (M) 88, Michael Curtis (CR) 88 and Michael Chapple (CR) 88.

Top junior varsity boys' individual: 1—Kade Meyerhoeffer (TF) 77.

Top 5 girls' varsity individual: 1—Sydney Lee (TF) 81. 2—Kelsie Sharp (TF) 91. 3—Emma Bride (TF) 100. 4—Brooklyn Taylor (M) 110. 5—Allani Delis (M) 111.




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