LO boys golfers go low again, girls team takes 2nd
The Lake Oswego boys golf team picked up another impressive win on Monday, firing a 292 at Willamette Valley Country Club.
Once again, Lakeridge had five scores in the 70s led by the Madey brothers.
Clayton Madey captured medalist honors with a 70 in his best showing of the season. Cole Madey was close behind with a 73.
Alex Wrenn shot a 74 while Conner Tallman shot 75 and Riley Elmes shot 76.
Lake Oswego topped second-place Canby by 10 strokes in what was another highly competitive tournament.
For Lakeridge, Cade Lawson shot the low round for the Pacers with a 76. Jake Reif was next with a 79.
Christian Anderson shot an 82 in his best round of the year and Vincent Chia shot an 86.
Lakeridge's team score of 323 was its best of the year by seven strokes.
The teams will play at Stone Creek next Monday with just two tournaments remaining before districts.
In the girls tournament at Oswego Lake Country Club, the Lake Oswego girls broke through by taking second place for the first time this season.
The team fired a 387 in its best showing of the year, topping Canby by 13 strokes and nearly winning the tournament.
The Lakers finished just two strokes behind West Linn, which was missing two of its top players.
Stephanie Bell shot a 93 to lead the Lakers while Alexa Huewe shot a 94. Claire Carter carded a 99 and Jessica Lee shot a 101.
For Lakeridge, Sonya Swanson shot a 101 and Adele Swanson fired a 109.
The girls will play in a tournament at Langdon Farms next week.Add a comment