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The Cowboys were in action twice last week, earning first place among IMC competition at Meadow Lakes in Prineville.

PMG PHOTO: LON AUSTIN - Crook County junior Palmer Smith placed first among Intermountain Conference golfers on Monday, April 18, shooting a round of 83 at Meadow Lakes Golf Course in Prineville.

The Crook County High School boys golf team competed in a pair of matches this past week.

On Monday, April 18, the Cowboys hosted a tournament at Meadow Lakes Golf Course. Then on Wednesday, April 20, the team competed at Pronghorn Golf Course in Bend.

Monday's match at Meadow Lakes was two tournaments in one. The event included an Intermountain Conference event, which was won by the Cowboys, and an open tournament, which was won by Summit.

Summit swept the first four places in the open event as Lucas Hughes won with a one-over-par round of 73. Sam Renner, Ethan Jaehn and Brody Grieb tied for second with rounds of 74. Crook County's Palmer Smith tied for sixth place with a round of 83.

Summit posted a team score of 295 in the open event. They were followed by Bend (334), Crook County (359), Mountain View (360), The Dalles (369), Redmond (393), Ridgeview (400) and Caldera (421).

The results of the IMC competition were all Crook County.

Smith took medalist honors, while Alex Iverson was second with an 84. Tucker Bonner tied for fourth with a round of 89, while Beau Parker shot a round of 103 and Jesse Wood posted a score of 105.

More importantly for the Cowboys, this is the second IMC match that the Cowboys have won.

Smith is currently leading the league individual standings, while Iverson is fourth, Bonner fifth and Parker ninth.

On Wednesday at Pronghorn, the Cowboys finished in fifth place in the 12-team field.

Summit won that tournament, too, with a round of 308 this time. They were followed in the top five by Bend (343), Marshfield (359), Mountain View (362) and Crook County (371).

Rounding out the scoring were Thurston (374), David Douglas (379), Springfield (398), Churchill (427), La Pine (444), Ridgeview (455) and Caldera (464).

Once again, Summit dominated the individual results, sweeping the top five places. Sam Renner took medalist honors with a round of 74. He was followed by Lucas Hughes (76), Ethan Jaehn (77), Brody Grieb (81), and Nick Huffman (82). Smith finished in 10th place with a round of 86. Rounding out the scoring for Crook County were Iverson (93), Bonner (95), Wood (97) and Parker (99).

The Cowboys are scheduled to play at Indian Creek in Hood River on Monday, April 25, in their only match of the week.


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