HAMILTON -- The Corvallis girls claimed the team title at the Hamilton Golf Invite on Saturday, while the Hamilton and Polson boys tied for first.
The Corvallis girls carded a team score of 388 strokes, paced by medalist Macee Greenwood with a 77. Greenwood finished eight strokes clear of the field, with Stevensville's Jasmine Oyler finished second with an 85. Hamilton's Aly Rose (88), Browning's Jill Sure Chief (89), Frenchtown's Harper Armitage (91) and Polson's Ellie Thiel (91) rounded out the top six places. For complete girls individual scores, please click here.
Ronan (393 strokes) finished second in the girls team race, followed by Polson (396), Frenchtown (408) and Browning (411). Hamilton (430) was sixth, while Libby and Stevensville had golfers in the field but were not eligible for team scores.
On the boys side, Hamilton and Polson both recorded team scores of 339 strokes. Frenchtown was third at 340 strokes. Corvallis (372 strokes), Libby (383), Ronan (385) and Browning (426) were fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh, respectively. Butte Central and Stevensville were not eligible for team scores.
Frenchtown's Ben Duhame took top honors for the boys, finishing with an 80 to edge Hamilton's Max Cianflone and Polson's Hunter Emerson, who both carded 81s. Hamilton's Tanner Hanson and Frenchtown's Dylan Kormic both shot 82 to tie for fourth. For complete boys individual scores, please click here.
The fall high school golf season is rapidly approaching its conclusion. Divisional meets are this week, and the state tournaments are scheduled for Oct. 1-2.