GOLF and XC RESULTS For September 6-8
Golf is nearing the end of its season while cross country is about at the mid point. Scroll down for results from this past weekend.
Golf at Star Valley saw another playoff. Jackson’s Scooter Gill shot a second day 69 to tie Pinedale Freshman Jordan Costello who had shot a 68 the day before. They each ended with 142. Costello would win the playoff to capture first. Jackson’s boys put five in the top seven spots to win the team title. On the girl’s side, Jordan Hitshew lead the Lander girls to first as she was the medalist going 86 and 83 for a two day 169. Paige Anderson of Star Valley was second.
Cheyenne hosted a two day golf event. The East boys and Scottsbluff girls were winners. Natrona’s girls were second. Individually, Rawlins’ Jessie Briscoe was first with a 170, one stroke better than KW’s Amanda Hinchey. Cheyenne South’s Kristen Day shot a 172 and was third. For the boys, East’s Quintin Pope won another event shooting a 143. Laramie John Murdock IV was next at 144. CLICK HERE FOR CHEYENNE RESULTS
Green River hosted a match play event. CLICK HERE FOR RESULTS
At Torrington, Saratoga’s Braxton Schwartzkopf would take the boy’s medalist title while Beth Sandlian of Torrington won the girls. CLICK HERE FOR TORRINGTON INVITE
Buffalo’s event saw Gillette’s Hailey Shackleford and Buffalo’s Lee Hartley win medalist honors. Team wise, the Gillette girls were first as were the Powell boys. There were TWO holes in one. Worland’s Tyler Tashima hit a hole in one on #15 on Friday while Jackson Rolling of Thermopolis aced #4 on Saturday. CLICK FOR BUFFALO INVITE RESULTS
Gillette hosted their annual Wayne Cheney Memorial Cross Country Race over the weekend. It was a fairly large event that included Billings teams. They ran junior high, JV and Varsity races. In the end, Laramie’s Jonah Henry would win the boy’s varsity race with a time 16:32.33. LHS won the team title placing boys 5th, 7th and 14th as well. For the girls, Tabitha Simmons of Gillette won by 4 seconds over a Billings runner. The Lady Camels also won the team title for the girls.
Pine Bluffs ran at a meet in Nebraska. Austin Asay was 2nd by only a few seconds for PB. Freshman Jorge Garcia ran his first race of his HS career and finished fourth for the Hornets.
Rock Springs hosted a meet on Friday. Ricky Faure and the RS boys won the meet. Faure clocked a time of 15:58 in the win. The Tiger boys went 1-2-3-5-and 8 in winning the team title easily. The Rock Springs girls went 1-2-3 with Ramsey, Piaia, and Catterall. Last year’s 4A champion, Shoshoni sophomore Olivia Thompson was fourth for Riverton.