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Scores keep dropping for LO, LHS golfers

The LO boys win and LO girls take second while the Pacer girls finish a strong third

Playing on its home course of Oswego Lake Country Club, the Lake Oswego boys golf team scored another victory on Monday to remain unbeaten in league.

The Lakers shot a team score of 312, fending off a strong showing from West Linn and Tualatin. It was another even matched team effort from Lake Oswego that featured four scores in the 70s with all five varsity golfers separated by just four strokes.

Leading the way this week was Spencer McLaughlin who shot a 77, just three strokes off of medalist honors.

Brock Anderson and Adam White each battled to rounds of 78 while Joe Torkelson closed with a strong 37 on the back nine to finish with a 79.

Lakeridge finished in a solid fifth and the Pacers’ day was highlighted by a 76 from Tim Lee. That round was good enough to tie for second place individually.

Teammate Avery Keating was close behind with a 79, shooting 37 on the back. Owen Kessel and Cooper Lawhead were third and fourth for Lakeridge.

In the girls tournament at Willamette Valley Country Club, Lake Oswego finished in second place again. Cami Dozois had a strong finish and ended up with a round of 78.

Delaney Talovic was close behind with an 82, also finishing well on the back nine.

Wrapping up the scoring for the Lakers was Mary Jane Anderson with an 85 and Emily Leach with a 92.

The Lakeridge girls had one of their best outings of the season, taking third place as a team, seven strokes ahead of Tualatin.

Kendall Freeman had an excellent round of 78 and Katie Bogert shot an 89. Molly Bradley came in with an even 100 and Kate Lisle shot 102 to aid the Pacers.