Boys golf: Tigard shoots a 318 to take second place at league tourney
by: Rich Hanson, LINE IT UP — Tigard junior Ryan Knolin lines up a birdie putt attempt on hole No. 5 during Monday’s league tournament. Knolin carded a career-best 77.

McMINNVILLE - For the first time in league competition, things weren't close between the Tigard and Tualatin high school boys golf teams.

The Tigers made sure of that.

Tigard, which edged Tualatin by one stroke at the previous Pacific Conference tournament - after being edged by the Wolves by one stroke the week before that - shot a 318 to finish second behind league-leading Canby (which shot a 302) at the league tourney held Monday at Michelbook Golf Club.

Tualatin tied for fourth place in the team standings at Monday's tourney with a score of 345.

Junior Arthur Kim led the way for the Tigers at Monday's tourney with a three-over-par score of 75, putting him second in the tourney individual standings.

Tigard also got a big performance from junior Ryan Knolin, who turned in a personal-best score of 77, placing him fifth individually.

Also for the Tigers, freshman Mark Jenson carded an 82, senior Brad Prince had a round of 84 and senior Daniel Migas shot an 86.

Senior Ian Alford paced Tualatin with a round of 80. Also for the Wolves, junior Zack Vaughan shot an 84, junior Tyler Colgan shot a 90, sophomore Blake Mai had a 91 and junior Kevo Kirakossian shot a 93.

Canby senior Robbie Ziegler was the tournament medalist with a score of 69.

The next Pacific Conference tournament will be held Monday at Willamette Valley Country Club in Canby.

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