Kellogg boys, girls win at IML golf tourney

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PRIEST RIVER — Chase Jerome shot a 1-over-par 67 to lead the Kellogg Wildcats to the boys’ victory at an Intermountain League golf tournament Thursday at the Priest River Ranch Club.

Kellogg posted a 288, 62 strokes ahead of second-place Priest River.

In the girls’ tourney, Kat Rauenhorst shot 83 to lead Kellogg, which won by 53 strokes over Timberlake.

BOYS

At Priest River Ranch Club

Par 66

TEAM SCORES — 1, Kellogg 288. 2, Priest River 350. 3 (tie), Timberlake, Bonners Ferry 414.

MEDALIST — Chase Jerome, Kellogg, 67.

KELLOGG — Cade Finlay 76, Hogan Samuelson 75, Chase Jerome 67, Tyler Gibbons 75, Taylor Bush 71.

PRIEST RIVER — Kody Salesky 81, Dillon Yeoman 87, Ben Zapfe 98, Conner Vaage 84.

TIMBERLAKE — Chris Jenkins 102, Jacob James 100, Tanner Larsen 100, Wyatt Dickinson 112, Sam Williams 117.

BONNERS FERRY — Ryker Hittle 104, Drew Foster 101, Reece Bell 101, Andrew Clarkson 108, Dylan Hittle 108.

GIRLS

At Priest River Ranch Club

Par 72

TEAM SCORES — 1, Kellogg 382. 2, Timberlake 435. 3, Priest River 501.

MEDALIST — Kat Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 83.

KELLOGG — Kat Rauenhorst 83, Kylie Robinson 102, Emma Bristow 99, Anika Sundstrom 114, Morgan Nusz 98.

TIMBERLAKE — Shelbee Hester 106, Tatum Qualsund 106, McKeeley Tonkin 112, Lilly Kelly 111, Alex Sheets 120.

PRIEST RIVER ­— Amy Flack 129, Maddy Rusho 120, Heather Pound 130, Maggee Pankake 124, Mary Rantala 128.

BONNERS FERRY — Sydney Choinard 132, Emily Blackmore 121.

• POSTPONEMENTS

Lakeland’s home baseball doubleheader with Moscow on Thursday was rained out, and rescheduled for Monday.

No makeup dates were announced for Timberlake at Lakeland softball, and Lakeland at Sandpoint tennis.

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