Coeur d’Alene boys have strong start at state golf tournament

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LEWISTON — A season-best team score of 306 has the Coeur d’Alene boys golf team in second place after the first day of the two-day state 5A golf tournament at Lewiston Country Club.

Brayden Ogle’s 72 led four Viking golfers who shot in the 70s on Monday, and put Ogle tied for second among the top 10 individuals.

“That was our best score of the year, and we picked a great time to do it,” CHS golf coach Bryan Duncan said. “I’ve often said you can’t win a title on the first day of the state tournament, but you can certainly lose it. I’m very pleased with how we played.”

Two-time defending boys champion Rocky Mountain of Meridian seems on its way to another title, with Sam Tidd (66) and Carson Barry (72) leading Rocky to a first-place score on Monday.

“Rocky Mountain is in a class by themselves — they might be among the top teams in the nation,” Duncan said.

Cameron Flores and Tanner Helms each shot a 76 for Post Falls, placing them tied for eighth among individuals.

A complete list of team scores was not provided by tournament officials.

Lake City’s girls are sixth after shooting 384 on the first day. Eagle shot 337 and leads by 15 strokes. Kyla Currie of Lake City is tied for fourth among individuals after shooting 83.

“Kyla had a terrific day,” Lake City girls coach Corey Owen said. “The rest of the girls felt like they left quite a few strokes on the course so hopefully we can come back tomorrow and reel in a few of those teams ahead of us.”

5A

At Lewiston Country Club

Par 72

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — Not provided by tournament officials.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS (some school names not available) — 1, Sam Tidd, Rocky Mountain, 67. 2 (tie), Brayden Ogle, Coeur d’Alene; Carson Barry, Rocky Mountain, 72. 4 (tie), Jacob Bigler, Joe Gustavel 73. 6 (tie), Lincoln Hirrlinger, Hunter Eberhardt, 75. 8 (tie), Cameron Flores, Post Falls; Tanner Helms; Tanner Byers, Post Falls, Connor Mahoney, 76.

COEUR d’ALENE (306) — Brayden Ogle 72, Austin Mitchell 78, Jackson Davenport 77, Wyatt Williams 79, Sam Johnson 84.

POST FALLS (328) — Cameron Flores 76, Tanner Byers 76, Dakota Wild 84, Jacob Glenn 92, Dominic Mosby 92.

LAKE CITY — Ryan Chapman 81.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Eagle 337. 2, Highland 352. 3, Boise 358. 4, Timberline 361. 5, Rocky Mountain 373. 6, Lake City 384. 7, Hillcrest 403. 8, Lewiston 412.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Peyton Fehringer 68. 3, Emily Cadwell 80. 3, Christine Cho 81. 4 (tie), Ally Adamson, Kyla Currie, Lake City; Sydney Catlin 83. 7 (tie), Elle McCord, Drue Carlson 85. 9 (tie), Livvy Nuxoll, Caroline Conrad 86.

LAKE CITY (384) — Kyla Currie 83, Sami Dement 90, Maggie Kennedy 104, Marisa Hagerty 107, Tarryn Cherry 112.

COEUR d’ALENE — Martina Hicks 98.

4A

Hawks Knight, Roth,

Neff in top 10

after first day

BLANCHARD — Dylan Knight of Lakeland is in a three-way tie for 10th after shooting a 78 on the first day of the state 4A tournament at StoneRidge Golf Course.

In the girls tourney, McKenzie Roth of Lakeland is tied for fifth after shooting 86. Teammate Madeline Neff is tied for sixth after shooting 87.

Team scores and schools of some players were not provided by tournament officials.

4A

At StoneRidge Golf Course

Par 71

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — Not available.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS (some school names not available) — 1 (tie), Joey Gibson; Nic Roberts, Bishop Kelly, 67. 3 (tie), Daniel Gasper, Drew Meyerhoeffer, Twin Falls; Peyton Orr, 73. 6 (tie), Preston Meyerhoeffer, Twin Falls; Matt Steidley, Blackfoot, 74. 8, Alex DiLucca, 75. 9 (tie), Trent Allumbaugh, Bishop Kelly; Trey Fullmer, Century, 77.

LAKELAND — Dylan Knight 78, Ashton Waddington 79, Travis Derrick 86, Cody Elmose 92, Aden Sandlin 95.

SANDPOINT — Lake Wilks 80, Nick Crowley 84.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — Not available.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS —1, Tayllore Ward, Twin Falls, 72. 2, Makena Rauch, Moscow, 75. 3, Brinlee Stotts, Twin Falls, 82. 4, Kaylee Jones, Twin Falls, 85. 5, McKenzie Roth, Lakeland, 86. 6 (tie), Emily Elliot, Ridgevue; London Hall, Idaho Falls; Morgan Harr, Twin Falls; Madeline Neff, Lakeland; Emalie Wood, Middleton, 87.

LAKELAND (391) — McKenzie Roth 86, Madeline Neff 87, Makayla Higbee 100, Sydney Suko 118, Madison Kelleher 123.

3A

Kellogg boys second

by one shot

TWIN LAKES — Kellogg’s boys shot 323 and trail Fruitland by one shot after the first day of the state 3A tournament at Twin Lakes Village Golf Club.

Kellogg, the defending state champions, has four players in the top 10 — Chase Jerome (fourth, 78), Tyler Gibbons (fifth, 80), Taylor Bush (sixth, 82) and Cade Finlay (eighth, 83).

Fruitland boasts the top three individuals, including leader Jonas Blickenese, who shot an even-par 72.

In the girls tournament, Kellogg shot 427 and is in third. Buhl shot 381 and leads by 10 strokes. Timberlake shot 433 and is tied for fourth.

Kat Rauenhorst of Kellogg shot 89 and is fourth overall.

Hannah Mendenhall of Timberlake shot 103 and is tied for 11th.

3A

At Twin Lakes Village

Par 72

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Fruitland 322. 2, Kellogg 323. 3, Homedale 367. 4, Kimberly 373. 5, Snake River 378. 6, Buhl 390. 7, Teton 410. 8, Timberlake 427.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Jonas Blickenese, Fruitland, 72. 2, Jake O’Neil, Fruitland, 75. 3, Lucas Rynearson, Fruitland, 77. 4, Chase Jerome, Kellogg, 78. 5, Tyler Gibbons, Kellogg, 80. 6 (tie), Taylor Bush, Kellogg; Daniel Uranga, Homedale, 82. 8, Cade Finlay, Kellogg, 83. 9, Corbin Parsons, Payette, 84. 10, Dalyn Koester, Marsh Valley, 87.

KELLOGG (323) — Taylor Bush 82. 2, Chase Jerome 78, Cade Finlay 83, Tyler Gibbons 80, Hogan Samuelson 102.

TIMBERLAKE (427) — Wyatt Dickinson 104, J.T. Wilfong 100, Chris Jenkins 103, Cody Gilson 120.

PRIEST RIVER — Kody Salesky 101.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Buhl 381. 2, Weiser 391. 3, Kellogg 427. 4 (tie), Timberlake, Kimberly, 433. 6, Marsh Valley 463. 7, Shelley 478. 8, Parma 482.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Sara Lundberg, Weiser, 84. 2, Kylie Crossland, Buhl, 85. 3, Nicole Nelson, Shelley, 86. 4, Kat Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 89. 5, Abby Cortez, American Falls, 92. 6, Zara Weaver, Buhl, 95. 7 (tie), Emma Davidson, Weiser; Sage Eckert, Buhl, 98. 9 (tie), Sydnee Reyes, Weiser; AliBelle Hopkins, Kimberly, 102.

KELLOGG (427) — Kat Rauenhorst 89, Morgan Nusz 109, Emma Bristow 112, Anika Sundstrom 117.

TIMBERLAKE (433) — Tatum Qualsund 107, Lilly Kelley 108, Izzy Hilliard 115, Hannah Mendenhall 103.

2A

Lakeside girls in

fourth after first day

WORLEY — Lakeside’s girls are in fourth place after the first day of the state 2A tournament at Circling Raven.

Mia Pakootas of Lakeside is tied for seventh after shooting 99.

2A

At Circling Raven, Worley

Par 72

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Cole Valley Christian 316. 2, Grace 333. 3, Declo 353. 4, Community School 355. 5, Salmon 361. 6, Bear Lake 362. 7, Nampa Christian 380. 8, McCall-Donnelly 383. 9, Liberty Charter 393. 10, Wallace 395. 11, St. Maries 406. 12, Watersprings 454.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Jack Curran, Cole Valley Christian 68. 2, Trey Smyer, Declo, 74. 3 (tie), Peyton Johnson, Bear Lake; Tyler Smith, Cole Valley Christian; Keegan Spengler, Cole Valley Christian; Lane Strand, Challis, 75. 7, Bo Knittel, Aberdeen, 76. 8 (tie), James Seelos, Soda Springs; Jacob Smith, Grace, 77. 10, Ammon Tolman, Salmon, 78.

WALLACE — Josh Allen 84, Hunter Gust 94, Logan Hull 105, Hayden Hogamier 112, Thomas Southhard 127.

ST. MARIES — Kadin Olson 88, Eric Porter 95, Grant Peet 103, Parker Telford 120, Noah Kolar 135.

CLARK FORK — Wade Stevens 93.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Cole Valley Christian 387. 2, Grace 407. 3, Lighthouse Christian 429. 4, Lakeside 433. 5, Nampa Christian 435. 6, Salmon 444. 7, Declo 449. 8, St. Maries 492.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS — 1, Tyler Erickson, Soda Springs, 72. 2, Carly Carter, Ambrose, 73. 3, Bella Huff, Cole Valley Christian, 82. 4, Lindsey Lloyd, Grace, 84. 5, Karissa Parker, Bear Lake, 92. 6, Brianna Shervik, Nampa Christian, 97. 7 (tie), Ellie Blackman, Cole Valley Christian; Sophie Huff, Cole Valley Christian; Hope Okamura, Notus; Mia Pakootas, Lakeside, 99.?

LAKESIDE — Mia Pakootas 99, Suzi Pakootas 103, Alyssa SiJohn 107, Brooklyn Marchand 124.

ST. MARIES — Maciel Rimel 110, Gabrial Harold 125, Jayden Martin 128, Tabitha Boller 129, Trista Janssen 143.

CLARK FORK — Brooke Stevens 106.

WALLACE — Kayla Baker 136.

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