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Vikings’ sixth man leads team in Carson City

Steve Yingling

Northern Nevada 4A prep golfers ran into some typical spring weather Monday at Sunridge Golf Course in Carson City.

Consequently, the scores rose in the chilly wind, and South Tahoe High’s players’ numbers were no exception. The Vikings, who were tied for third entering the 12-team league’s third tournament, slipped to a 442 and sixth place.

“It was a tough golf course, but I think the conditions were the big thing,” said Vikings coach Mike Patterson. “We’ve been spoiled playing in great weather the last three weeks.

“This didn’t hurt our zone chances much because we’re still solidly in the top five,” said Patterson, who estimates the Vikings dropped to fifth place overall.

Dan D’Angelo, the Vikings’ sixth man, led his team in scoring with an 86. Also figuring in the STHS’s total score were Sean Fannan 87, Ryan Kraw 87, Kenny Craig 90 and Hunter Harris 92. The Vikings didn’t use Andrew Wysong’s 99.

Behind Nick Carlson’s 76, the Senators won the team title. Bryson Young won his third straight individual title with a 74 as Galena finished second at 407. Then came Reed 415, McQueen 420, Douglas 436, STHS 442, Reno 457, Sparks 462, Fallon 467, Elko 500, Wooster 552 and Hug 599.

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