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PREP GOLF: Cd'A boys tied for second in 5A

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Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 12:00 am

Winds upward of 50 miles an hour gave many golfers problems Monday on the first day of the state 5A golf tournament at the Lewiston Country Club.

But the bigger challenge for the Coeur d'Alene Viking boys, who are tied for second after the first day after shooting 305, is the Eagle Mustangs, who blew through the course en route to a 290 and a 15-shot lead heading into today's final round of play.

"We're doing OK. Eagle is just ... wow, they're unbelievable," Coeur d'Alene coach Bryan Duncan said. "They've got four, five, six D-I players ... that's the best high school team I've seen in 10 years."

John Duffin of Coeur d'Alene shot a 2-over-par 74 and is tied for sixth. Chase Lincoln and Michael Porter each shot 76 and are tied for 11th. Eagle's five players are in the top nine individually.

"Greens were running around 11 (on the Stimpmeter), and there were 40-50 mph winds over the last few holes," Duncan said. "Balls were literally blowing off the green. We were solid; I was proud of the boys."

Coeur d'Alene is tied with Lewiston for second, and Boise is seven strokes back. As for the Vikings catching Eagle today, Duncan said "it's not probable, but it's doable."

Post Falls is in seventh out of nine teams after a 334. Kenny Dodge led the Trojans with an 81.

Rocky Mountain's girls shot 334 and lead Lewiston by 16 strokes. Lake City's girls are eighth, Post Falls ninth.

Elsa Goodsen shot 94 for Lake City.

Par 72

TEAM SCORES - 1, Eagle 290. 2 (tie), Lewiston, Coeur d'Alene 305. 4, Boise 312. 5, Timberline 319. 6, Hillcrest 320. 7, Post Falls 334. 8, Capital 349. 9, Skyline 354.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS - Ben Gleason, Lewiston, 70. 2, Aden Cowley, Eagle, 71. 3, Colby Dean, Eagle, 72. 4 (tie), Chris Carew, Eagle; Mark Brassey, Timberline, 73. 6 (tie), Andy Hess, Hillcrest; Graysen Huff, Eagle; John Duffin, Coeur d'Alene; and Josh Gliege, Eagle, 74. 10, Kyle Mitsunaga, Boise, 75.

COEUR d'ALENE - John Duffin 74, Michael Porter 76, Kyle Kaufman 79, Stephen Roller 85, Chase Lincoln 76.

POST FALLS - Corey Beaver 84, Trevor Fedele 82, Kenny Dodge 81, Ty Brearley 90, Colton Serdahl 87.

Par 72

TEAM SCORES - 1. Rocky Mountain 334, 2. Lewiston 350, 3. Eagle 361, 4. Vallivue 369, 5. Idaho Falls 384, 6. Skyline 399, 7. Timberline 403, 8. Lake City 436, 9. Post Falls 522.

TOP INDIVIDUALS - 1, Gabby Barker, Vallivue, 70. 2, Amy Hasenoehrl, Lewiston, 75. 3, Lou Points, Eagle, 78. 4, Ryleigh Moore, Rocky Mountain, 80. 5, Carson Pickett, Rocky Mountain, 81. 6, Gabrielle Giesbrecht, Rocky Mountain, 82. 7, Sammi Jo Spring, Lewiston, 83. 8, Lexie Albi, Capital, 86. 9 (tie), Alexi Rule, Skyline; and Katie Cudworth, Timberline, 87.

LAKE CITY - Elsa Goodsen 94, Kylie Skipper 100, Devyn Basham 116, Aidan Young 138, Martina Smith 126.

POST FALLS - Jayden Todhunter 129, Makayla Franks 140, Victoria Evans 127, Madison Dallen 126, Alli Goss-Goel 146.

Lakeland junior Derek Bayley, the defending boys state champion, struggled with three-putts and an out-of-bounds en route to an 82 on the first day of the state 4A tournament at the University of Idaho Golf Course in Moscow.

"The course was really hard, and they had a hard time adjusting to the greens, and getting the ball to go where they wanted it to go," Lakeland coach Mario Maddy said. "I think it was one of those days, with Derek and a couple other kids, they hit good shots and ended up in bad positions. But I'm looking forward to our boys competing on the second day and making something happen."

Hunter Ostrum of Bishop Kelly shot a 72 and leads by one stroke.

Twin Falls shot 311 and leads by five strokes over Middleton and Bishop Kelly. Lakeland shot a 344 and is in sixth.

In the girls tournament, Sierra Tingey of Lakeland is tied for seventh after shooting 89 - the first time she's ever broken 100, Maddy said.

"She came and saw me this morning and said she was sick, and had a head cold," Maddy said. "She didn't feel well, and I think she just went out and played relaxed and shot a good score."

Lakeland's girls are in seventh after shooting 454. Bishop Kelly shot 344 and leads by 17 strokes.

The 4A golfers avoided the rain, but some of the later starters played their final holes in high winds.

Par 72

TEAM SCORES - 1, Twin Falls 311. 2 (tie), Middleton, Bishop Kelly 316. 4, Columbia 321. 5, Century 325. 6, Lakeland 344. 7, Canyon Ridge 350. 8, Rigby 362.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS - 1, Hunter Ostrum, Bishop Kelly, 38-34-72. 2, Alec Meyerhoeff, Twin Falls, 37-36-73. 3 (tie), Alec Perkins, Twin Falls, 39-36-75, and Taylor Hopkins, Middleton, 37-38-75. 5, Luke Vaarstra, Columbia, 38-38-76. 6 (tie), Wyatt Kelley, Middleton, 37-40-77, and David Currie, Sandpoint, 40-37-77. 8 (tie), Drew Carlson, Century, 40-38-78, and Max Mallane, Bishop Kelly, 40-38-78. 10, Jake Johnson, Minico, 40-39-79.

LAKELAND - Derek Bayley 39-43-82, Preston Roth 41-41-82, Hayden Nosworthy 49-45-94, Clayton Anderson 41-45-86, Andrew Knight DQ.

Par 72

TEAM SCORES - 1, Bishop Kelly 344. 2, Twin Falls 361. 3, Century 378. 4, Rigby 402. 5, Middleton 403. 6, Skyview 407. 7, Lakeland 454.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS - 1, Haley Nist, Bishop Kelly, 39-36-75. 2, Hannah Drake, Century, 40-38-78. 3, Sydney Lee, Twin Falls, 37-42-79. 4, Taylor Larsen, Bonneville, 44-42-86. 5 (tie), Kindall Murie, Bishop Kelly, 45-43-88; and Jessica Lyter, Emmett, 42-46-88. 7 (tie), Brynli Bartlett, Twin Falls, 45-44-99; Sierra Tingey, Lakeland, 46-43-89; and Lexi Oropeza, Caldwell, 46-43-89. 10 (tie), Abby Jordensen, Bishop Kelly, 47-43-90; and Madison Johnson, Middleton, 48-42-90.

LAKELAND - Hayley Rotchford 66-54-120, Sierra Tingey 46-43-89, Angelique Wetherelt 64-56-120, Christine Madore 69-56-125, Megan Cysewski 78-71-149.

Kellogg senior Kaceelyn Pouttu, shooting for her fourth state title in four years, shot a 77 in the first round at The Highlands in Post Falls and leads by four shots.

The Kellogg girls shot a 347 and lead the team standings by 54 strokes.

Shelley's boys shot 313 and lead by nine strokes after the first day.

Dylan VanWingerden of Timberlake shot 83.

Rain dumped on the players over the final couple hours of the round.

Par 72

TEAM SCORES - 1, Shelley 313. 2, Buhl 322. 3, Filer 325. 4, Weiser 332. 5, Homedale 338. 6, Kellogg 350. 7, Snake River 361. 8, Bear Lake 374. 9, Bonners Ferry 411.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS - 1 (tie), Keifer Higham, Shelley, Jason Hathaway, Shelley, and Cooper Felton, Buhl, 74. 4, Devin Long, Weiser, 75. 5, Jesse Lambert, Kellogg, 76. 6, Jed Oyler, Filer, 77. 7 (tie), Kade Crossland, Buhl, and Matt Hochee, Kimberly, 78. 9 (tie), Tyler Fredrickson, Shelley, and Jacob Oyler, Filer, 79.

KELLOGG - Jesse Lambert 76, Dillon Stovern 95, Dylan Hendrix 80, Chrishtian deYoung 99, Tristan Panke 104.

BONNERS FERRY - C.J. Smith 93, Chris Jones 107, Lane Hittle 93, Mitchell Kramer 108, Christopher English 141.

TIMBERLAKE - Dylan VanWingerden 83.

Par 73

TEAM SCORES - 1, Kellogg 347. 2 (tie), Marsh Valley, Weiser 401. 4, Fruitland 409. 5, Shelley 421. 6, Kimberly 455. 7, American Falls 476.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS - 1, Kaceelyn Pouttu, Kellogg, 77. 2, Hannah Murdock, Snake River, 81. 3 (tie), Evanann Woodcock, Weiser, and Mercades deYoung, Kellogg, 84. 5, Abigail McKinney, Fruitland, 87. 6, Jessi Gibbons, Kellogg, 88. 7, Alyssa Kingston, Marsh Valley, 94. 8 (tie), Lindsey Hurd, Weiser, and Abby Davids, Marsh Valley, 97. 10 (tie), McKenzie Garner, American Falls, and Payton McKinley, Kellogg, 98.

KELLOGG - Kaceelyn Pouttu 77, Jessi Gibbons 88, Mercades deYoung 84, Payton McKinley 98, Darby Kohn 106.

St. Maries' boys are in fifth place after the first day at Circling Raven in Worley after shooting 375. Nampa Christian leads with a 345, with Valley second at 360.

"We're only 15 shots out of second," St. Maries coach Bryan Chase said. "I think they could all easily knock five or six strokes off, and give us a chance to bring home a state trophy (for a top-four finish)."

McKenzie Rose of St. Maries is 10th in the girls tournament after shooting 107.

Par 72

TEAM SCORES - 1, Nampa Christian 345. 2, Valley 360. 3, Salmon 361. 4, Declo 366. 5, St. Maries 375. 6, Aberdeen 380. 7, Hagerman 395. 8, Wallace 398. 9, Victory Charter 404.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS - 1, Jade Barney, Salmon, 75. 2 (tie), Tristen Coles, Ririe; and Jaxon Archibald, Aberdeen, 81. 4 (tie), Zach Zollinger, Raft River; Caden Cook, Melba; and Zak Johnson, Nampa Christian, 82. 7, Justin Johnson, Valley, 83. 8, Kaden Isaacson, Nampa Christian, 84. 9, Chris Simmons, Nampa Christian, 85. 10 (tie), Boston Webb, Declo; Ben Taylor, Valley; Blade Barney, Salmon, 86.

ST. MARIES - Gavin McCarter 87, Ryan McNulty 89, David Burnett 100, Conner Haeg 99, Hunter McGregor 104.

WALLACE - Jason Waters 94, Josh Howard 98, Justin Bayer 101, Duncan Brain 105, Brady Brantley 114.

LAKESIDE - Jordan Nilson 97.

Par 72

TEAM SCORES - 1, Aberdeen 427. 2, McCall-Donnelly 428. 3, Declo 443. 4, Valley 479. 5, Orofino 513. 6, St. Maries 538. 7, Salmon 556.

TOP 10 INDIVIDUALS - 1, Sierra Harr, Castleford, 70. 2, Megan Castledine, Nampa Christian, 89. 3, Brittany Born, McCall-Donnelly 91. 4, April Beck, Aberdeen 92. 5, Lacy Avera, New Plymouth, 96. 6, Baylie Holsman, McCall-Donnelly, 98. 7, Rachel Webb, Declo, 99. 8, Katie Buschorn, Valley, 102. 9, Sarah Spry, McCall-Donnelly, 105. 10, McKenzie Rose, St. Maries, 107.

ST. MARIES - McKenzie Rose 107, McKenna Balby 145, Arie Sands 144, Morgan Manful 142, Payton Masterson DNF.

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