Viking golfers swing into fourth place

Staff report
Ayden Williamson led the Vikings in Spring Creek on Wednesday, shooting a 101.
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Team results

Dayton 528

South Tahoe 458

Elko 391

Fernley 377

Lowry 368

Individual results

Ayden Williamson 101

Emily Aminien 116

Courtney Cromwell 117

Katie Sears 124

Team Lowry extended its golfing reign to three in a row on Wednesday.

The Buckaroos won their third consecutive golf tournament with a 368 during a Spring Creek hosted tournament. The South Tahoe girls golf team finished in fourth (458), behind Fernley in second (377) and Elko in third (391).

The lowest individual score of the game went to Lowry’s Alyssa Dendary, who shot a 79. Fernley’s Brittany Evans, who leads the league, was one shot off with an 80. Truckee’s lone golfer, freshmen Sienna Scibird, turned in another standout performance with 88.

Ayden Williamson led the South Tahoe golfers with 101. Emily Aminien chipped in a 116, Katie Sears a 124, and Courtney Cromwell 117.

UP NEXT: South Tahoe played in Lowry on Thursday and will play again in a Sparks tournament on Wednesday.

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