Golfers scattered the state while one team went to Arizona to play.

The Riverton boys team competed in Arizona this weekend. The Wolverines were invited to the Antigua National Invitational in Scottsdale, Ariz. The tournament included some of the top high school programs from around the region. They competed at the McCormick Ranch golf course.

Going into the final six holes, defending 4A champion Easton Paxton was down five strokes.  The Riverton sophomore stormed back to tie the leader at the end. He eagled a par 4 to get with in a stroke with 2 holes to play. The Texan in the lead Garret May (who is headed to Baylor next fall to golf,  then bogeyed a hole to tie Paxton. With teams trying to catch flights back home, there was a scorecard playoff. They looked at the lowest score on the last night holes and Paxton was declared the winner.

Teamwise, Riverton finished 17th out of the 23 team elite field.   The teams ranged from Florida, Illinois, Canada, and the region.

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Torrington Invite

Sara Kostur won for a third time this fall. The Torrington golfer put up a 2-day score of 171 and won by 20 strokes over Douglas' Ashley Parker. Brody Staten of Natrona shot a 154 to win the boy's title by 16 strokes. Douglas won the girl's team title while Torrington beat Wheatland by 6 to take the boy's trophy.

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Buffalo Invite:

Sheridan's Jack Mavraki was first shooting 77 both days for a 154. Jackson Roling of Thermop was 2nd at 160. Sheridan won the team title beating Gillette by 23. On the girl's side, Sydney Gunn of Cody won again. She shot 76 and 79 to post a 155 and beat Sarah Schroefel of Worland who shot a 179. Cody also won the girl's team title.

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Cheyenne Invite:

Kelly Walsh's Drew Petrie carded 71 and 75 for two days to hold off Central's Bryce Francois' 149 and win at Cheyenne. Caitlyn Skavdahl of Natrona held off her own teammate  Eryn Ellis by a stroke to win the girl's. Central would win the team standings on the boy's side while Natrona won the girl's.

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Cheyenne Invite Boys Team Scores:

Central - 628...Laramie - 646...East - 672...Central JV Black - 677...Kelly Walsh - 679...Natrona - 693...Central JV Red - 705...South - 722...East JV - 754

Cheyenne Invite Girls Team Scores:

Natrona - 495...Gering, NE - 573...Scottsbluff, NE - 573...East - 591...Central - 630...Laramie - 638...East JV - 825

 

Wright  Invite:

Kylee Knoblock of Tongue River and Dallas Millin of Wright were individual champions. Wright won the girls while Sundance/Hulett won the boys team title.

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Lander Invite:

Boys Individual

1. Jordan Costello - PINDALE  1 72-75--147
2 J.J. Gill - JACKSON 1 79-72--151
3 Trey Massey - LANDER 1 76-77--153
4 Braxton Schwartzkopf - SARARTOGA 177-77--154
5 Jordan James - RIVERTON 1 77-80--157
6 Brady Fulmer - SV1 84-82--166
7 Seth Schwab - SV2 88-79--167
8 Tayte Thomas - RIVERTON  3 86-88--174
9 Will Chapman - JACKSON  4 86-89--175
10 McKay Baxendale - LOVELL 2 93-83--176

Boys Team scores

1 Jackson - Varsity (+122) 344-346---690
2 Pinedale - Varsity (+126) 334-360---694
T3 Star Valley - Varsity 349-357---706
(+138)
T3 Riverton - Varsity (+138) 345-361---706
5 Lander - Varsity (+156) 354-370---724
6 Lovell - Varsity (+195) 379-384---763
7 Saratoga - Varsity (+235) 404-399---803
8 Lyman - Varsity (+297) 432-433---865
9 Lander - JV (+331) 454-445---899

Girls Individual

Tie for First

Natalee Hafer - LANDER1 94-96--190  and   Kendra Miller - RIVERTON 1 90-100--190

3 Macy Jacobson - LAN3 104-94--198
4 Jenae Hudson - LAN4 99-103--202
5 Jessica Lusty - SV1 102-108--210
6 Jordan Moorehouse - JAC3 106-110--216
7 Shelby Watson - RIV3 108-109--217
8 Emily Jennings - JAC1 106-113--219
9 Anna Johnson - RIV2 108-116--224
10 Valerie Morris - LAN2 114-113--227

Girls Team Standings

1 Lander - Girls (+164) 297-293---590
2 Riverton - Girls (+205) 306-325---631
3 Jackson - Girls (+247) 336-337---673