REDMOND, Ore. — Kaitlin Collom shot a two-round 1-under 144 to win the 4A/3A/2A/1A OSAA Girls Golf Championship title – the first individual state golf championship in Henley history.
Mazama’s Hannah Reynolds finished third and Kylie Collom of Henley was fourth.
Molalla won the team title over Crook County.
4A OSAA Boys Golf State Championship
Klamath Union’s Kyle Wolfram followed his day one 91 with an 87 to tied for 37th at the 4A OSAA Boys Golf Championship. He was KU’s top finisher.
Clayton Korson shot a two-day total of 187, with Phil Morse posting a 191. David Reed finished with a 192 and David Lilly had a 206.
Klamath Union finished tied for 11th as a team. La Grande won the title with a 637, 13 strokes ahead of North Valley. The two were tied at the end of day one.
North Valley’s Ryan Melnychuk won the title with a two-day tally of 140.