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Warriors take second in golf tournament

Body Dangtongdee / Special to the Tribune

Incline

Mitchell Cornell 70

Bryan Golombik 78

Kyle Reeves 87

Arjun Singh 87

Alex Davis 96

Team: 418

Whittell

Steven Beller 81

Derek Heldt-Werle 79

Anders Chaplin 94

Zoe Bertz 84

Colin Buchholz 84

Team: 422

North Tahoe

Buster Fenley 77

Patrick MacCauley 107

Daniel Vandewiele 95

Zachary Kriston 97

Nash Baehr 99

Rob Grimes 101

Team: 469

Yerington

Ralston Pederson 105

Tyson Merrell 98

Charles Bolton 111

Tristen Rosebush 91

Sage Ridge

Alan Juskiwiecsz 94

Wyatt Keyser 107

Tyler Becker 110

Hawthorne

Mauro Viani 75

Tristen Schlepp 99

Carth Price 98

The Whittell boys golf team finished second in a Northern Division III tournament at Eagle Valley Golf Course in Carson City on Thursday, led by senior Derek Heldt-Werle.

Incline took the team win out of the six competing schools. The Highlanders edged the Warriors by just four strokes, posting a low score of 418 to Whittell’s 422. North Tahoe was third with a team score of 469.

They were followed by Yerington, Sage Ridge and Hawthorne, none of which had enough golfers to record a team score.



Incline freshman Mitchell Cornell earned tournament medalist honors by carding a two-under-par 70. Mauro Viani of Hawthorne finished second individually, shooting a 75, and North Tahoe senior Buster Fenley placed third with a 77.

Heldt-Werle was right behind Fenley with a 79, while Whittell’s Steven Beller carded an 81, Zoe Bertz and Colin Buchholz each shot an 84, and Anders Chaplin shot a 94.


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