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Whiteman medals at OK Valley

 


Darin Whiteman led the Raiders Thursday when they took on the Okanogan Bulldogs at Okanogan Valley Golf Course, medaling for the boys with an 83 on the 18-hole round on a par 72.

“It was a great round of golf by Darin,” Head Coach Steve Files said. “He drove the green on number 10, which is a short par 4, and nearly made eagle.”

Finishing second for the Raider boys was Lucas Bird at 120 strokes. Third was Dylan Steinert at 126.

Jazmine Reed led the Raider girls’ squad, finishing with 129 strokes. Reed was four strokes behind medalist Karina Baum of Okanogan.

Mikayla Miley came in second for LR’s girls with 144 strokes.

Some of the Raider golfers played only nine holes due to a lack of daylight.

Coach Files summed up the outing by first commenting on the weather.

“It was wet and a little chilly compared to the weather we’ve been enjoying lately,” Files noted. “It was our first experience with tough conditions, and the players handled themselves really well.”

The Raiders traveled Monday to Moses Lake and the Moses Pointe Golf Course to take on Moses Lake Christian, Riverside, and Sunnyside. Tonight at Banks Lake Golf Course, the Raiders host Oroville and Okanogan, starting at 2:30 p.m.

April 14 Results

Girls

Karina Baum, OK Medalist with a 125

Jazmine Read, LR 129

Mikayla Miley, LR 144

Uriah Morse, LR 80 [nine holes]

Hannah Williams, LR 78 [nine holes]

Grace Engeseth, LR 89 [nine holes]

Boys

Medalist was Darin Whiteman, LR 83

Billy Norwill, OK 89

Lucas Bird, LR 120

Adam Skirko,OK 123

Jackson Whitley, OK 125

Dylan Steinert, LR 126

Alan Nordine, LR 127

Dylan Jenkins LR 128

Rowan Bauer, OK 135

Seth Wehymeyer, OK 151

Josh Talleyhammer, OK 161

Levi Bob, LR 66 [nine holes]

Terry Yazzie LR 87 [nine holes]

Derek Whiteman LR 87 [nine holes]

Evan Harris LR 93 [nine holes]

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