LO boys golfers win, girls take second
Cami Dozois and Brock Anderson each claim medalist honors
The Lake Oswego boys golf team lowered its team score from the previous week and won another league tournament with relative ease on Monday.
The Lakers played well at Willamette Valley Country Club with no one shooting a round higher than 81 and Brock Anderson rolled to medalist honors with a round of 71.
Anderson's round featured a sizzling bogey-free 34 on the back nine to win by three strokes over his closest competitor.
Next up for Lake Oswego was Joe Torkelson, playing in the No. 5 spot. He shot even par on the front nine with a pair of birdies and finished with a 76.
Adam White was next with a round of 80, finishing with a birdie on 18. Spencer McLaughlin and Cam Nicklos each had strong rounds of 81.
For Lakeridge, Avery Keating shot a consistent round of 80 to lead the Pacers' scoring. Tim Lee was just two strokes back.
Owen Kessel had a terrific day from the No. 5 spot, shooting an 87 with a 42 on the back nine while Mitch Rose rounded out the scoring with a 94.
In the girls tournament at Oswego Lake Country Club, Cami Dozois came through with medalist honors again for Lake Oswego. She shot a very strong round of 75 and helped propel her team to an easy second place finish.
Mary Jane Anderson was next for the Lakers with an 86 and Delaney Talovic was one stroke behind her with an 87. Emily Leach fired a 95.
For Lakeridge, Kendall Freeman closed her round with a solid 42 on the back nine en route to an 87 and Katie Bogert shot a 96.
Next week the girls will play at Willamette Valley.