Charrette, Shaw make state cut |

Charrette, Shaw make state cut

Staff report
Sylas Wright / Sierra Sun

South Tahoe Top 5

Tre Charrette 86

Connor Shaw 90

Austin Williams 91

Kyle Oberhaus 96

Roger Williams 111

Led by Tre Charrette, who along with teammate Connor Shaw qualified to compete in the state championship tournament next week, the South Tahoe golf team finished the season with a fourth-place finish at Old Greenwood Golf Course in Truckee on Thursday.

Lowry took the win with a low team score of 415. Elko was second with a 431 and Spring Creek third at 438. South Tahoe posted a score of 462 and was followed by Dayton (464), host Truckee (475), Fallon (511), Fernley (523) and Sparks (566).

Charrette fired an 86 to lead the Vikings, which was good enough for an eighth-place tie. Shaw shot a 90, Austin Williams a 91, Kyle Oberhaus a 96 and Roger Williams a 111 to round out the Vikings’ top five scores.

Cole Erquiaga of Lowry earned medalist honors with a 78. Lowry’s Ethan Gray was second with a 79 and Elko’s Caden Bammesberger third with an 81.

The Northern Division I-A will not conduct a regional championship. Instead the top three teams based on the seven regular-season tournaments — Lowry, Elko and Spring Creek — advanced to the state championship.

The top five individuals from non-qualifying teams also earned state berths. They include Justice Akerson (82.8) of Fernley, Jake Turner (87) of Dayton, Shaw (89.2) and Charette (92.6), Jeff Evett (92.6) of Fallon and Jeff Brooks (92.8) of Dayton.

The Division I and Division I-A State Boys Golf Tournaments are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, May 14-15, at Sierra Sage Golf Course in Reno.

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