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North Tahoe, Incline golf: Lakers earn team win at Fernley

The Lakers' winning team from Tuesday, pictured left to right: Colton Nordby, Jake Inclan, Connor Hipsley, Adrian Brambila, Quinn Earley, Isaac Mozen and Murphy Scott.

Golf Club at Fernley, 3/22

Team results

1. North Tahoe, 451

2. Yerington, 463

3. Incline, 465

4. Whittell, 497

5. Fernley, 503

6. Sierra Lutheran, 527

7. Hawthorne, 559

8. Sage Ridge, NS

Individual results (top 3)

1. Griffin Cooper, YHS, 69

2. Mitchell Cornell, IHS, 79

3. Murphy Scott, NT, 82

The North Tahoe boys golf team placed first in a field of eight schools in cold and windy conditions at the Golf Club at Fernley on Tuesday.

Led by Murphy Scott’s third-place finish individually, the Lakers posted a low score of 451 among their top five scorers. Yerington finished 12 strokes back at 463, while Incline was third at 465, Whittell fourth at 497 and Fernley fifth at 503.

Yerington’s Griffin Cooper earned tournament medalist honors with a 3-under-par 69. Defending state champion Mitchell Cornell of Incline was runner-up with a 79 and Scott was third with an 82.



Aside from Scott, North Tahoe’s Quinn Earley fired an 87, Jake Inclan 92, Connor Hipsley 93, Adrian Brambila 97 and Colton Nordby 104. Isaac Mozen shot an 89, but the Lakers could not use his score because he was an alternate.

“Our team scores have been very steady this year and getting better each week,” said North Tahoe coach Steve Munro.



The Lakers’ next tournament is scheduled for April 14 at Washoe County Golf Course.


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