Friday, April 26, 2013

Prep golfers tune up for Wood River Classic

At Tuesday’s meet in Twin Falls

     Wood River High School golfers took one more 18-hole tour Tuesday in Twin Falls, in preparation for the annual Wood River Classic tournament scheduled for Tuesday, April 30 at The Valley Club.

     Three Wolverine girls carded personal-record scores and coach Bill Petzke’s Hailey golfers fielded full teams in both the 19-school boys’ and 14-school girls’ divisions for Tuesday’s Canyon Ridge Invitational tournament at Canyon Springs Golf Course.

     Wood River’s boys (383 strokes) finished 14th in the strong field of mainly 5A and 4A schools topped by reigning State 5A champ Eagle (284). Boise’s Timberline girls (373) led the way with Wood River (421) in sixth place overall.

     Hailey girls’ scores were Megan Sfingi 96 (PR), Alysha Herich 98 (PR), Mary Petzke 110 (PR), Bella Stimac 114 and Catie Sfingi 122.

     Leading the Wood River boys with rounds of 85 were Tyler Spence and Reilly Neel. Other golfers were Callum Stearns 97, Michael Flolo 116 and Wyatt Johnson 119.

     Eagle teammates Josh Gliege and Aden Cowley tied for boys’ individual medalist honors with scores of 70. Gliege is a 15-year-old Eagle freshman who was the 2012 Idaho Golf Association junior overall champion.

     Girls’ medalist Tuesday was Sydney Lee of Twin Falls, 84.

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