The High School Golf National Invitational at Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina featured two teams and 12 players from Wyoming.

Jackson and Sheridan took full 5-man teams, while two more golfers played as individuals.

The boys struggled a little more than the girls from Wyoming, who played last week at Pinehurst.

The top individual was Garrett Spielman from Sheridan, who played as an individual. He shot a three-day total of 36-over par and tied for 213. Spielman had rounds of 79, 91, and 82.

As a team, Jackson finished 41st with a plus-190 total. That was right in front of Sheridan, who came in 42nd place at plus-197.

The Jackson Broncs were paced by Adam Russell and Mason Evans, who both tied for 232nd at 40-over par. Hays Millham was at plus-46 and finished in a tie for 262nd. Ridge Kling took 309th place at 71-over par. Finally, Ethan Holmes shot 74-over par and came in 313th place.

Max French from Jackson also participated but as an individual. He finished at 75-over par, which was good for a tie for 314th.

For Sheridan, Brayden James came in at 40-over par and tied for 232nd. He had rounds of 87, 85, and 84. Alex Sanders came in a tie for 247th at 43-over par. He was followed by his brother, Sean Sanders, who shot 59-over par and tied for 288th. Josh Vasques-Chavarin was at plus-65 and tied for 302nd, while Brock Owings placed in a tie for 305th at 66-over par.

The individual winner came from Utah and fired a three-round total of four-under-par. The boys played three rounds Monday through Wednesday.

There were 332 golfers in the field and 49 states were represented in this year’s event.

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