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North storms to district lead

KLAMATH FALLS — If it weren't for a sizable lead heading into Monday's first round of the boys Southern Oregon Conference district golf tournament, the South Medford boys might have something to be worried about.

All five Panther golfers uncharacteristically recorded scores in the 80s and South finds itself in fourth place heading into today's final round at Reames Golf and Country Club.

In blustery, cold conditions, North Medford gained 15 strokes in the overall standings after a first-day score of 311 but still stands 28 strokes off the overall conference lead.

The team with the lowest score of five regular-season matches combined with two rounds at district qualifies for one of two SOC berths to the state tournament. A second spot goes to the district winner or to the team that places second should the same team win district and be the low team.

Roseburg is in second at district with a 316, Klamath Union is third with a 318 and the Panthers are at 326.

The final round is today with the first group teeing off at 10:30 a.m.

North's Adam Browne was the low man after the first round, coming in at 1-over-par 73, while teammate Mike Barry is second at 75.

Only seven of the 40 competitors shot in the 70s due to wind gusts of 15 to 25 mph.

It was pretty tough conditions out there, said South Medford coach Bill Singler. The greens were pretty firm and the wind was blowing a lot of shots off line.

Brodie Sullivan led South with an 80, while Noah Horstman finished with an 81.

Entering the district tournament, Horstman averaged an even-par 72 throughout conference play, and Sullivan's 77.5 average was the highest on the South Medford team.

Well we can hope for a little friendlier playing conditions, said Singler. Our kids have played so well all year, and usually you?ll have one round that kind of gets away from you.

If they shoot what they've done all year, then it?ll be hard pressed for somebody to beat us.

— NORTH MEDFORD (311) -Adam Browne 38-35?73, Mike Barry 41-34?75, Chris Daggitt 40-37?77, Dave Mayer 42-44?86, Brandon Miller 42-44?86.

— ROSEBURG (316) -Pat Jovin 38-44?82, Tyler Miller 41-39?80, Ryan Malone 41-36?77, Tyler Robinson 39-38?77.

— KLAMATH UNION (318) -Joe Putnam 37-39?76, Craig Paulsen 40-40?80, Kameron Gordon 40-42?82, Greg Hamilton 42-38?80.

— SOUTH MEDFORD (326) -Noah Horstman 41-40?81, Alan Johnson 41-41?82, Brodie Sullivan 39-41?80, Chris Travis 44-39?83.

— GRANTS PASS (338) -Joey Rossknecht 39-40?79, DJ Mazzola 41-45?86, Jay Kirkwood 44-40?84, Tom Cohen 43-46?89.

— ASHLAND (358) -Rick Ferguson 44-45?89, Jesse Oldfield 46-48?94, Mark Orr 47-47?94, Bob Tucker 49-45?94, Jeff Skinner 47-34?81.

— CRATER (359) -Rylan Wood 51-39?90, Tristan Webb 47-41?88, Lenny Pierce 43-45?88, Colby Callahan 45-48?93.

— EAGLE POINT (377) -Chris Lilya 48-44?92, Shawn Calhoun 47-48?95, Chris Prestley 48-49?97, Chris Hurley 47-46?93.

DISTRICT 6 GIRLS GOLF -At Klamath Falls, Maria Gonzalez shot an 83 to lead Phoenix to a 14-stroke lead after the first day of district at the Running Y Ranch Resort.

The final round is today at — p.m. at the Rogue Valley Country Club.

Henley's Alesia McElfresh was the low girl with an 80 to help the Hornets to a third-place score of 398.

St. Mary's is in third at 380 behind Katie Mania's 88 and Jodi Luce's 89.

— PHOENIX (366)- Maria Gonzalez 83, Carolyn Keating 91, Maddie Holcomb 94, Miranda Akerman 98.

— ST. MARY'S (380) -Katie Mania 88, Jodi Luce 89, Kerry Sullivan 93, Anna Harris 110.

— HENLEY (398) -Alesia McElfresh 80, Eliea Allen 102, Margot Durand 105, Tracy Michel 111.

— HIDDEN VALLEY (423) -Amanda Tate 97, Luemma Tate 101, Marybeth Head 111, Kelly Anderson 114.

— NORTH VALLEY (442) -Carly Burns 93, Alex Blix 98, Haili Ford-Harris 113, Nicole Benton 138.

— ROGUE RIVER (Inc.) -Teresa Wardle 102.

— CASCADE CHRISTIAN (Incomplete)- Sara Juvland 106, Jennesa Collette 110.

— PROSPECT (Incomplete)

— — Sarah Gordon 118.

DISTRICT 6 BOYS GOLF -At Klamath Falls, Kyle Stanfield and Marcus McDonald each shot 2-over-par 74 to share medalist honors and help Henley to the lead after Day — of the district tournament at Shield Crest Golf Course.

The Hornets, who shot a 318, finished with a comfortable lead of 21 strokes over second-place Hidden Valley (339).

North Valley (352) is in third, Mazama (355) fourth and Phoenix fifth with a 374.

— HENLEY (318) -Kyle Stanfield 35-39?74, Jeremy Voehl 41-44?85, Marcus McDonald 38-36?74, Jason Cantrell 47-38?85.

— HIDDEN VALLEY (339) -Sol Torrel 37-38?75, Jared Delay 44-39?83, Billy Muir 46-42?88, Andrew Panks 53-40?93.

— NORTH VALLEY (352) -Sam Kane 39-41?80, Miles Hohnstein 41-47?88, Matt Price 45-44?89, Brodie Phillips 47-48?95.

— MAZAMA (355) -Joe Hardin 37-46?83, Brandt Kendall 41-42?83, Chris Whittemore 46-48?94, Jeff Cady 44-51?95.

— PHOENIX (374) -Nick Grimes 45-46?91, David Moran 44-44?88, Chris Troutman 50-44?94, Kris Kauffman 51-50?101.

— ILLINOIS VALLEY (378) -Gabe Kaminsky 49-43?92, Andrew Seidler 48-44?92, Beau Brown 50-47?97, Dillon Cavin 49-48?97.

— ROGUE RIVER (Incomplete) -Devin Sanger 50-53?103, Justin Watkins 56-67?123.

Baseball

NORTH MEDFORD JV 6, BUTTE FALLS 4 -At Butte Falls, Drew Herrera had two hits and an RBI to lead the North Medford JV team to a non-conference win.

Nick Rodgers led Butte Falls (6-15) with two hits, two runs and an RBI. Teammate Shannon Sizemore added two hits and David Hoel belted a double.

— North Medford JV..............................301 001 — — 6 5 — Butte Falls..........................................010 120 0 — 4 7 4

Schmelzer, Rohrbough (6) and Running; Sizemore and Hoel. W — — Schmelzer. L — Sizemore. 2B — BF: Hoel.