THS golf skids out at Lakeridge |

THS golf skids out at Lakeridge

After two tournaments, the THS golf team was in a three-way tie for first with North Tahoe and Lowry. But after a dismissal day with the clubs on Thursday at Lakeridge in Reno, finishing sixth, the team has been pushed back to fourth.

The previous day’s practice was at Auburn’s Dark Horse, but on the drive back over Donner Pass, the team hit a snowstorm and didn’t make back into Truckee until 1 a.m. Tee time at the Lakeridge tournament was 8 a.m.

Host Bishop Manogue won the tournament with 433 total team strokes, Lowry was second with 439, North Tahoe was third with 441, Spring Creek was fourth with 446, Dayton was fifth with 455, Truckee’s sixth-place was with 456 strokes, Fernley was seventh with 459, Incline Village was eighth with 473, Hawthorne was ninth with 478 and Rite of Passage was 10th with 748.

Wes Hollabaugh led the team with 89 strokes followed by Kevin Waters, Brett Poulin and Nathan Wrenn, all three tied with 91 strokes, then Justin Draheim had 94 and Kyle Anderson had 98.

Truckee has 20 total team points, just four behind Northern 3A leader Lowry’s 24 points.

Next up for the team is a Thursday tournament at Desert Lakes in Fernley.

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