Tualatin girls also take second in their league opener

ALOHA — The Tigard and Tualatin high school boys golf teams flexed their early-season muscles at the opening Pacific Conference tournament of the season, held Monday at The Reserve.

The Tigers finished in first place in the team standings at the event with a score of 303 points. The Timberwolves placed second with a mark of 318 while Glencoe was third at 331.

Tigard showed its depth at the tournament, as all five Tigers in the varsity lineup placed in the top 10 in the individual standings.

Jon Holzgang led the way for Tigard, as he placed third with a two-over par round of 74.

Also for the Tigers, Corey Floom was fourth at 75, Colin McAninch was fifth at 76, Damian Vohnenfeld tied for seventh at 78 and Nick Jones tied for ninth at 81.

For Tualatin, senior JJ Paulson was the tournament runner-up with a score of 72. CJ Luikart was sixth at 77.

Also for the Wolves, JJ Carter shot an 83, Jonathan Whittle carded an 86 and Jackson Ceserani shot an 87.

Glencoe’s Jared Duvall was the tourney medalist with a score of 69.

The Tualatin girls finished in second place in the team standings at the Pacific Conference tournament held Tuesday at Michelbook Country Club in McMinnville.

The Wolves, despite missing two key players, shot a 447 to finish just three shots behind first-place McMinnville.

Janelle Decker led the way for the Wolves. She placed fifth, individually, with a score of 95. Mandy Pozo was sixth at 104.

Also for Tualatin, Rachel Piazza shot an 118, Reilly Wadsworth had a 130 and Mackenzie Morrow carded a 144.

Tigard finished in third place in the team standings with a score of 463.

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