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The Crook County Cowboy golf team placed third at their home invitational Thursday

The Crook County Cowboy golf team placed third at their home invitational Thursday at Meadow Lakes Golf Course in Prineville.

The Summit Storm easily won the tournament with a team score of 288. The Storm, which fielded two teams, would also have placed second had their JV squad counted in the team scoring.

Bend finished in second with a team score of 306, while rook County posted a round of 344. Rounding out the team scoring were Ridgeview, 369, Mountain View, 384, and Redmond, 431.

Summit swept the first five places in the individual scoring as Sam Renner fired a three under par 69 to win medalist honors. Ethan Jaehn of Summit one along with Jacob Hansen and Luke Bundy of Summit two tied for second with even par rounds of 72, while Nick Huffman finished fifth with a one over par 73.

Hogan Smith finished 15th overall, with a nine over par round of 81, to lead the Cowboys. Other Cowboys included Cayden Lowenbach, 23rd with a round of 85, Carlos Sanchez, 25th with a score of 87, Logan Faust, 29th with a round of 91, and Tucker Bonner, 35th with a round of 105.

JV players played just nine holes on Thursday as Konner Budre finished tied for third with a round of 52, Jackson Wainwright sixth with a score of 53, Jesse Wood 10th with a 56, Clay Wagner 11th with a 57, J.J. Ramos and Wyatt Wood tied for 12th with rounds of 61, Brayden Duke placed 16th with a 64, Marcus Reid 20th with a round of 67, and Maison Bell 21st with a 70.

The Cowboys are back in action today when they play in the Mountain View Invitational, which will be held at Awbrey Glen Golf Course in Bend starting at 12:30 p.m. The Cowboys travel to Bend again on Friday when they play in the Summit Invite at Widgi Creek Golf Course. Tee time is scheduled for 11 a.m.


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