Incline golf | Highlanders fare well in all-division tournament
Results from Edgewood Tahoe — Friday
1. Elko, 418
2. Truckee, 419
3. Spring Creek, 422
4. Fallon, 426
5. White Pine, 433
6. Battle Mountain, 441
7. Tokay, 444
8. Lowry, 447
9. Incline, 450
10. Douglas, 463
11. Whittell, 470
12. Fernley, 497
13. Sierra Lutheran, 503
14. South Tahoe, 505
15. North Tahoe, 510
16. Wells, 520
17. Yerington, 561
18. Dayton, 569
— Sage Ridge, Hawthorne, Sparks no team score.
The Division III state championship is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, May 11-12, at Incline Village’s Championship Course. The state tournament will include the top three Northern and Southern teams based on the regional championship results, as well as the top five individuals from non-qualifying teams.
The Incline golf team received one final tune-up leading up to Wednesday’s Northern Division III regional championships in Elko.
Competing in a field that included 21 schools and 116 golfers, the Highlanders finished ninth overall and third among DIII teams in an all-division invitational hosted by Whittell at Edgewood Tahoe this past Friday.
Incline junior Mitchell Cornell tied with Truckee’s Cody Tilton with the second-lowest score of the tournament, both with 74s. Addison Gallagher of Tokay (Calif.) earned tournament medalist honors with a 73.
The Highlanders posted a team score of 450 among their top five performers, with Dylan Smith carding an 82, Bryan Golombik 84, Johnny Lockhardt 98, Peter Larson 112 and Brandon Swick 123.
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Division I-A schools swept the top four spots, with Elko claiming the team win with a low score of 418. The Indians were followed by Truckee (419), Spring Creek (422) and Fallon (426).
White Pine was the top Division III school and fifth overall, at 433, while Battle Mountain was the second DIII school and sixth overall at 441.
Incline competed Wednesday in the regional championships at Ruby View Golf Course in Elko. Results were not available at press time.
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