The high school spring golf season starts this weekend with three tournaments on the schedule.

It’s another short seven-week season with a lot of ‘weather permitting’ action around Wyoming for the spring season. An example was Gillette was slated to host a small event on Wednesday, April 6, but due to the weather, it was canceled.

All the events are one-day except for conference championships or spring championships, which are slated to be two days.

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Here are the first spring events. The schedule and who’s attending are subject to change.

April 8, 2022

Cheyenne Invite at Airport G.C. – Campbell County, Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne East, Cheyenne South, Kelly Walsh, Laramie, Natrona County, Scottsbluff (NE), Thunder Basin, Torrington, Wheatland

Kelly Walsh won both team titles. The girls' medalist honor went to Sophie Spiva from Natrona. She shot a 74 and won by six shots. Scottsbluff's Austin Thyne won by one shot with a 73.

Upton Invite at Cedar Pine G.C. – Glenrock, Lusk, Moorcroft, Sundance, Upton, Wright

Upton's Brooklyn Materi and Logan Timberman won on their home course by 6 and 12 shots, respectively.

Worland Invite at Green Hills G.C. – Buffalo, Cody, Green River, Kemmerer, Lander, Lovell, Powell, Riverton, Sheridan, Thermopolis, Worland

Samantha Spielman from Sheridan won by 1 shot for the girls' medalist honor. Worland's Karsten Simmons won on his home course.

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