Friday, May 4, 2012

Valley Club hosts annual prep golf meet

Golf and tennis updates


Seven Idaho high school teams and 62 players enjoyed an 18-hole round of golf at The Valley Club on Tuesday, May 1 during the annual Wood River Classic hosted by the Hailey high school's boys and girls.

The deep and talented Twin Falls Bruins won the boys' division 309-330 over Canyon Ridge of Twin Falls, and the Bruins dominated the girls' competition 362-465 over second-place Wood River. Scores are tabulated by adding the 18-hole scores of a team's top four players, low score winning.

Medalists were Matthew Frank of Twin Falls with 72, and Sydney Lee of Twin Falls for the girls with an 83. Wood River's Jennie Williams tied for fourth of 21 girls with a 95. Tyler Spence (81) of Wood River placed seventh of 41 boys.

Other Wood River boys' scores: Rickie Jeneson 88, Sage Sauerbrey 89, Lane Coulthard 89, Reilly Neel 91, James Petzke 94, Martin Gottlander 100 and Cody Richmond 106. For the Wolverine girls: Hannah Haupt 113, Alma Stosius 128, Bella Stimac 129, Sammy Sutton 133.

Here are complete scores.

Boys' team: 1—Twin Falls 309. 2—Canyon Ridge of Twin Falls 330. Jerome 338. 4—Wood River 349. 5—Burley 368. 6—Blackfoot 380. 7—Minico of Rupert 418.

Twin Falls: Matthew Frank 72, Kyle Miley 76, Derek Thompson 79, Jason Shank 82, Tanner Rawson 84.

Canyon Ridge: Michael Curtis 75, Braden Luper 79, Michael Chapple 84, Austin Schmahl 92, Bruce Busch 96, Troy Brown 99, Jonathan Grayer 101, Wreny Blick 104.

Jerome: Michael Roberts 80, Rusty Wilson 84, Wyatt Dewitt 86, Cody Marsing 88, Brevin Jackson 90.

Wood River: Tyler Spence 81, Rickie Jeneson 88, Sage Sauerbrey 89, Lane Coulthard 89, Reilly Neel 91, James Petzke 94, Martin Gottlander 100, Cody Richmond 106.

Burley: Jordan Oman 85, Trey Whitaker 87, Kealyb Draper 96, Jared Harris 100, Austin Sorensen 100, Mason Yee 109.

Blackfoot: Jaxson Archibald 91, Kaden Loveland 95, K.C. Franson 97, Chris Despain 97, Aaron Carter 122.

Minico: Rok Holmes 78, Jake Johnson 86, Shane Amen 95, Justin Borden 159.

Girls' team: 1—Twin Falls 362. 2—Wood River 465. 3—Minico 467. 4—Canyon Ridge 506.

Twin Falls: Sydney Lee 83, Katherine Reed 87, Kelsy Sharp 91, Caryssa Leon 101, Lauren Lyda 123.

Wood River: Jennie Williams 95, Hannah Haupt 113, Alma Stosius 128, Bella Stimac 129, Sammy Sutton 133.

Minico: Brooklyn Taylor 101, Alani Delis 102, Sage Shradley 104, Chelby Bustamante 160.

Canyon Ridge: Lindsey Perkins 112, Sara McLain 124, Anna Nutting 126, Liz Hill 144, Jessica Keeton 147.

Burley: Kelsee Peterson 116.

Jerome: Morgan Dewitt 133.

Tuesday's tennis matches

Both Wood River High School and the Community School were in action for dual league meets on Tuesday.

( Wood River (12-3 dual meets, 9-0 league) beat Minico 8-4 at Rupert with a 5.5-0.5 edge in boys' matches. Several junior varsity players stepped up and played well including No. 3 boys' singles Miles Remington, who was a 6-2, 6-4 winner.

Other singles winners were Karl Wilander, Chase Hutchinson, Lily Richards and Margaret Reutter. The Hailey squad swept boys' doubles with No. 1 Charlie Grabow-Raleigh Grossbaum and No. 2 Stephen Pfeiffer-Andrew Graves. Winning mixed was No. 1 Quentin Dowdle-Haley Cutler.

( At Sun Valley Tennis Club, the Community School defeated Sugar-Salem 9-3, a score that included three defaults.

Singles winners were No. 1 George Everitt and No. 3 Jamie Wygle. No. 1 boys' doubles Gunnar Ohlson-Zach Lindahl prevailed in straight sets.

The Cutthroats also won No. 1 girls' doubles with Isabelle Kirk-Lauren Sunday, and swept mixed doubles with No. 1 Willis Sanchez-duPont-Chloe Chrysikopoulos and No. 2 Erik Runkel-Morgan Jones.




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