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Golfers play 18 holes for first time this new season


Last updated 4/24/2017 at 4:13am

The Odessa-Harrington golf teams competed at the 7th District 1B/2B meet in Colville on April 11, playing a full 18 holes for the first time this season.

For the boys’ team, Colt Sanford was the Titans’ low scorer with a 97. John Tanke followed with 101, while Caleb Behrens and Travis Bradford each scored 129.

In first place in individual scoring was Palmer Guhlke of Davenport with a 71, second was Augie Allenbach of Colfax with 73 and third was Carson Odegaard of Wilbur-Creston with 77.

In team scoring, Colfax placed first with 424 total points. Northwest Christian was second with 452 and Wilbur-Creston was third with 469.

For the Titan girls, Evie Mann scored 129 and Riley Bradford scored 136.

Taking first place in the individual standings was Kaysa Panke of Davenport with 73 and tied for second were Tessa Jantz of Lind-Ritzville/Sprague and Taylor Mitchell of St. Georges, both with 80.

“We were a little rusty after spring break,” said coach Mike Greenwood. “This was the first 18-hole match.”

Evie Mann and Riley Bradford played an 18-hole match for the first time, both giving a good effort on a difficult golf course, according to Greenwood. Travis Bradford also played 18 holes for the first time. “He is a good putter for a beginner, and made a 30-foot putt on hole 18,” Greenwood said.


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