Henley leads EP boys to third place
EAGLE POINT — Eagle Point shot a 375 team score and placed third in a nine-team boys golf tournament at Eagle Point Golf Club Thursday.
Grants Pass, led by medalist Jackson Bartow, won with a score of 332. Lakeview was second at 370 and Ashland fourth at 376.
Bartow carded a 3-over 75.
For Eagle Point, Zach Henley led the way with an 86, tying for fourth place.
Ashland was paced by Kadyn Kimbrough’s 90.
TEAM SCORES: Grants Pass 332, Lakeview 370, Eagle Point 375, Ashland 376, North Valley 388, Brookings 397, Hidden Valley 400, Phoenix 449, Henley incomplete.
INDIVIDUAL SCORES (Top 5): 1, Jackson Bartow, GP, 75; 2, Tate Lightie, Lak, 78; 3, Tannon Rounsaville, GP, 82; 4, (tie) Zach Henley, EP; Devon Hoskins, Hen; Tanner Smith, GP, 86.
GRANTS PASS (332): Jackson Bartow 75, Tannon Rounsaville 82, Tanner Smith 86, Machenna Blair 89.
EAGLE POINT (375): Zach Henley 86, Quinte Paton 95, Kyler DeVore 96, Casey Zakowski 98.
ASHLAND (376): Kadyn Kimbrough 90, Ben Burkholder 95, Jeremiah Hasskamp 95, TJ Ferreira 96.
GRANTS PASS 13, HENLEY 12: At Grants Pass, Alyssa Etheridge's two-out grounder in the bottom of the seventh inning got by Henley shortstop Kaila Mick and scored two runs to give the Cavers the nonconference win.
Henley (5-3) outhit Grants Pass (7-2) by 12-9, but strong defense, including a 5-2-3 double play in the fourth inning, kept Henley from fully capitalizing.
Halleigh Noga of Grants Pass had a two-run double to cap a four-run fifth. She was 2-for-5 with three runs, including the game-winner. Haley Dougherty and Jenaya Wright each had two hits.
Brielle Doman had a hit, three walks and three runs. Skylar Padgett walked three times and scored twice.
For Henley, McKenna Armantrout went 3-for-4 with four runs, Mick had three hits and two runs and Tanner Higgins three hits and two RBIs.
Virtue and Armantrout; Etheridge and Doman. W — Etheridge. L — Virtue. 2B — H: Mick, Brown; GP: Noga.
ST. MARY’S 4, SOUTH MEDFORD 4: Visiting St. Mary’s won four matches in a nonconference contest against the South Medford junior varsity, but the Crusaders defaulted in three others for the tie.
Emerald Deboer won at No. 1 singles for St. Mary’s, downing Chloe Martin, 6-4, 6-1.
In No. 1 doubles, the Crusaders’ Chloe Phillips and Sabrina Miller topped the Panthers’ McKenzie Kapp and Victoria Kelly, 7-6, 2-6 (10-8.
ST. MARY'S 4, SOUTH MEDFORD 4
SINGLES: Emerald DeBoer, St. M, d. Chloe Martin, 6-4, 6-1; Samantha Miller, St. M., d. Elizabeth Wenzel, 6-0, 6-2; Ruby Anguiano, SM, d. Savanhalei Leard, 6-1, 6-1.
DOUBLES: Chloe Phillips-Sabrina Miller, St. M, d. McKenzie Kapp-Victoria Kelly, 7-6, 2-6 (10-8), Teddie Savage-Emily Riehlman, St. M, d. Becca Newell-Ella Tayler, 6-1, 5-7 (10-3).