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The golf teams aren't quite done yet as some regional tournament play will offer more opportunities.

Zach Netter fired a pair of 85s at Stone Creek Golf Club May 4-5 to lead the Canby boys golf team to a fourth-place team finish in the Three Rivers League standings.

Right behind him was Blake Camph, who carded an 87 on Wednesday, May 4, and a 93 on day two of the district tournament. The team as whole struggled with conditions that turned less than desirrable on Thursday.

Clayton Geyman shot 92-100, Michale Breitbarth added scores of 100-95 and Brayden Wise fired a 95 on Wednesday, while Colby Beck delivered a 103 on Thursday to round out the scoring.

As a team, Canby finished fourth after the first day, then fifth on day two, but was fourth overall based on season point totals. The overall fourth place finish earned the Cougars a trip to the regional tournament at the OGA Golf Course in Woodburn on Tuesday, May 10, against the second-, third- and fourth-place teams from the Mt. Hood Conference. The top two finishers will also qualify for the 6A state tournament.

Netter's two-day total of 170 put him in 17th place individually. Camph was 23rd (180), Geyman 29th (192) and Breitbarth 31st (195) on the individual side.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - Tyler Olson battles the elements during the Three Rivers League district golf tournament at Stone Creek Golf Club May 4-5. She would shoot 166 over the two-day tournament, finishing seventh individually.On the girl's side, Tyler Olson fired a two-day total of 166, good enough for an seventh-place finish. She opened the tournament with a 79, her best score of the league season, but like so many she found the day two conditions more challenging, sliding to an 87 for the round.

Olson was backed by Gracie Carter in 21st (110-109-219), Jazmin Diaz in 25th (116-128-244) and Gracie English in 28th (133-124-257).


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