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STATE GOLF: Boles, Guttry tee-off late this morning

Douglas Etten / Tahoe Daily Tribune
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RENO, Nev. – The NIAA State golf invite for both Payton Guttry and Griffen Boles of South Tahoe, along with the Whittell team, begins today.

Both Guttry and Boles are in Reno this morning at the par-72 Hidden Valley

Country Club in Reno. Guttry will go off the tee blocks today at 11:27 a.m. while Boles is the final tee-time, scheduled for 12:30 p.m. this afternoon.

Guttry was the second overall individual qualifier in the tourney field. Boles made it in as the final entrant after shooting a season low in regional play last week. Guttry will play alongside Nick Hoffman of Boulder City and Miles Adams of Churchill County. Boles shoots along with Ethan Gray and Chris Mendoza from Lowry and Kevin Smith of Elko.

First round scores will determine second round pairings and tee-times. Those will be announced later this afternoon.

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GENOA LAKES, Nev. – The Whittell boys golf team takes aim at a team title today in Genoa Lakes as the Lakes Course will host the opening around of the two-round event. Tee times today begin at noon with the first Whittell golfer teeing off at 12:27 p.m. (Trevor Fairbank). Nick Smith will go off at 12:36 followed by Thomas Kolesnik (12:45), Rob Caliger (1:12) and Derek Heldt-Werle (1:21).

Today’s scores at Genoa Lakes will determine tee-times and pairings for the final round of the 2A State tourney to be hosted by Edgewood Tahoe in Stateline.


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