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Girls golf: Truckee gets fourth in 3A state tournament

Sierra Sun staff reports
Photo by Josh Miller/Sierra SunTruckee sophomore Renee Cardinali, shown putting here at Old Greenwood, finished 9th in this year's 3A state tournament in Genoa.
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After edging out Lowry for third place in the Northern 3A league in the last event to earn a team invitation to the 2004 NIAA Class 3A Nevada State High School Girls Golf Championship, Truckee took fourth place.

Held at Genoa Lakes Golf Club on Oct. 19-20, Faith Lutheran edged Incline by 14 strokes to win the 3A state title, and Pahrump Valley got third place. Spring Creek finished behind Truckee for fifth. The tournament was reduced to 27 holes due to inclement weather (suspended play) on the first day of the tournament.

Renee Cardinali (9th, 137) and Katie Fischer (10th, 140) were the top Truckee finishers in the tournament. Complete team results and top 10 individual results are listed below:

TEAM RESULTS:

1. Faith Lutheran, 485 + 236= 721

2. Incline, 491 + 244= 735

3. Pahrump Valley, 496 + 248= 744

4. Truckee, 523 + 243= 766

5. Spring Creek, 553 + 268= 821

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

1. Jacqui Siipola, Faith Lutheran, 86-42–128 (won 2nd playoff hole)

2. Darla Hopkins, Pahrump Valley, 88-40–128

3. Ashley Wood, Incline, 87-41–128

4. Kelly Jeon, Faith Lutheran, 87-43–130

5. Candra Sumedhatip, Faith Lutheran, 89-43–132

6. Courtney Schneidemann, Spring Creek, 90-43–133

7. Desiree Fortin, Pahrump Valley, 87-47–134

8. Cara Sheehan, Incline, 89-47–136

9. Renee Cardinali, Truckee, 96-41–137

10. Katie Fischer, Truckee, 92-48–140

13. Jennifer Womack, Truckee, 100-50–150

29. Amy Watkins, Truckee, 118-58–176

36. Ally Carroll, Truckee, 143-57–200


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