Incline golf | Cornell, Highlanders top field at Dayton |

Incline golf | Cornell, Highlanders top field at Dayton

1. Incline, 441

2. Whittell, 485

3. Sierra Lutheran, 500

4. Yerington, 524

5. North Tahoe, 553

6. Sage Ridge, 617

Incline golfer Mitchell Cornell earned medalist honors to help lead the Highlanders to victory in a Division III match at Dayton Valley last Thursday.

Cornell fired a 71 to lead the field, while Incline teammate Bryan Golombik placed third with an 80 and Dylan Smith was fourth with an 83. Yerington’s Griffin Cooper was second with a 75.

With three of the top four scores, the Highlanders claimed the win in a field of six schools with a low total of 441. Whittell finished runner-up at 485. The Warriors were followed by Sierra Lutheran (500), Yerington (524), North Tahoe (553) and Sage Ridge (617).

Nico Cruz (102) and Johnny Lockard (105) rounded out Incline’s top five scores — the amount used for the team result — while Peter Larson (107) followed close behind.

Whittell was led by Colin Buchholz (89), Matt Davis (91) and Palmer Chaplin (95). Sierra Lutheran’s Marcus Gallings carded a 91 to lead the Falcons, and Quinn Earley led North Tahoe with a 95.

Incline is scheduled to host the next match at Eagle Valley Golf Course in Carson City on April 16.

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