Cd’A boys, Lake City girls second at Clarkston Invite

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CLARKSTON, Wash. — While snow piles remain on North Idaho golf courses, high school golfers enjoyed sunny weather and green grass at Monday’s season-opening Clarkston Invitiational.

Braden Ogle’s 77 led the Coeur d’Alene boys team to a second-place finish among 14 teams. The Vikings tallied 326 strokes, 30 points behind Gonzaga Prep, which won the boys’ title with a 296 team score.

“I’ve been going to this tournament for 16 years and that’s the best team score I’ve ever seen. They’re loaded,” CHS coach Bryan Duncan said.

“I was real happy with our performance, especially being the first time on grass this season. All our kids played well,” Duncan added.

The Coeur d’Alene girls team had only three golfers compete as Vikings golfer, Maddie Morris will miss the season due to a knee injury.

Lake City’s Kyla Currie fired an 85 to lead the Timberwolves to a 386 team score, good for second place out of nine teams.

Cameron Johnson’s 83 led Lake City to a 340 team score, placing the Timberwolves fifth out of 12 teams.

The Post Falls boys placed sixth, just behind Lake City, as Cameron Flores paced the Trojans with an 80.

Post Falls did not field a complete girls team.

Area golfers will compete in the Lewiston Invitational next Monday.

BOYS

at Clarkston Country Club, par 72

Team scores: 1. Gonzaga Prep 296, 2. Coeur d’Alene 326, 3. Central Valley 334, 4. Lewiston 337, 5. Lake City 340, 6. Post Falls 346, 7. Pullman 359, 8. Ephrata 366, 9. Lewiston JV 389, 10. Clarkston 391, 11. Sandpoint 397, 12. Lewis and Clark 403, 13. Cheney 421, 14. Moscow 437.

Medalist: Nate Plaster, Gonzaga Prep, 69

Coeur d’Alene: Brandon Ogle 77, Sam Johnson 87, Austin Mitchell 80, Jackson Davenport 82, Hunter Scueller 94, Wyatt Williams 87.

Lake City: Cameron Johnson 83, Davon Sandford 85, Ryan Chapman 85, Jack Mitchell 87, Alex Barrett 91.

Post Falls: Cameron Flores 80, Tanner Byers 87, Jacob Glenn 90, Dakota Wild 95, Caleb Mcintosh 89, Dominic Mosby 82

GIRLS

at Quail Ridge Golf Course, par 72

Team scores: 1. Gonzaga Prep 370, 2. Lake City 386, 3. Lewiston 396, 4. Sandpoint 401, 5. Lakeside 434, 6. Pullman 438, 7. Ferris 488, 8. Cheney 504, 9. Clarkston 557. Coeur d Alene, Post Falls, Moscow no team score

Medalist: Jordan Jaeger, Gonzaga Prep, 81

Lake City: Sami Dement 89, Kyla Currie 85, Maggie Kennedy 106, Tarryn Cherry 106, Marisa Hagerty 117.

Coeur d’Alene: Jessica Fahey 93, Martina Hicks 95, Demi Moreno 110.

Post Falls: Renee Mosby 99, Hannah Larson 110, Maya Zane 105

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