High School Round-Up: KU boys post season best

KU's David Lily (right) and Henley's Gunnard Lindsey play the final hole at Monday's Skyline Conference boys golf tournament

 

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath Union boys golf team is in second place at the Skyline Conference tournament’s first day. The Pelicans trail leader North Valley by 15 strokes entering today’s final round in Grants Pass.



Audio: Klamath Union boys golf’s Kyle Wolfram

Wolfram posted a team-best 83, finishing the day fifth individually, with teammate David Reed one stroke behind. Clayton Korson posted a 87 and Phil Morse 89.

Henley is led by Robert Ferguson’s 89, who will try to get into the top five for state qualifying at the Grants Pass Golf and Country Club.



Audio: Henley boys golf’s Robert Ferguson

Play begins at Tuesday at noon.

District 6 Girls Golf

The Collom sisters lead after the first day of the District 6 girls golf championships at Centennial Golf Club. Kaitlin and Kylie posted identical 37-38 scores for a day’s best 75.

Mazama’s Hannah Reynolds shot an 85 and Lakeview’s Ashley Reed posted a 113.

North Valley leads St. Mary’s 497-509 in the team battle. The final round is Tuesday at Reames Golf and Country Club in Klamath Falls.

District 6 Boys Golf

Hosanna Christian’s Kyler Kensler posted a first round 89 to lead Basin teams at the District 6 boys golf championships at Rogue Valley Country Club.

Hosanna teammates Taylor Cole and Austin Trumbly registered first day scores of 124 and 137 respectively.

Triad’s Carson Dentinger shot front-and-back 62s for a 124 with teammate Seth Minix four strokes behind him at 128. St. Mary’s posted the best team score with a 309, led by Dylan Wu’s 73. Rogue River’s Kevin Murphy is two strokes off the lead with a first round 75.

KU's David Lily (right) and Henley's Gunnard Lindsey play the final hole at Monday's Skyline Conference boys golf tournament





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