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Bulldog junior claims silver in the 4A Boys tournament at Quail Valley on May 16-17; Trevino, Segura compete in Redmond.

With the state golf tournaments in the rearview mirror and the dust settled, one of Woodburn's own has finished amidst the very best of the 4A state tournament.

Woodburn junior Ty Beyer took second place in the boys 4A tournament that took place from May 16-17 at Quail Valley Golf Course in Banks. The Bulldog's top golfer came in at 150 strokes, just two strokes behind the 4A champion and Tillamook junior Elliot Lee. Both Beyer and Lee finished first in their respective district tournaments to qualify for the state tournament.

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Woodburn junior Ty Beyer drives the ball at the 4A boys golf tournament. Beyer placed second overall with a score of 150.

On the first day, Beyer finished the day one over par. After making par in the first five holes, Beyer double-bogeyed the sixth hole to go two-over. A birdie on the eighth hole brought him back to +1. On the back nine Beyer was even with one bogey, one birdie and seven pars.

Lee finished the first day with the same score.

Bogeys were the difference between Beyer and Lee on the second day, with Beyer recording seven bogeys, including four on the back nine, while Lee recorded just five.

Beyer finished in second place out of 58 golfers at the tournament, but he wasn't the only Woodburn golfer to participate in the state tournament May 16-17.

The girls team sent district champion senior Hilaria Trevino and sophomore Neyda Segura to the 4A/3A/2A/1A state tournament at Eagle Crest Ridge Course in Redmond. After two days of competition, Trevino finished 25th with a score of 206 and Segura took 34th with a score of 222. There were 51 other golfers from across the state who competed alongside the Bulldogs.

Trevino finished 62 over par and made par on seven holes over the two-day competition. Segura finished 78 over par, with a birdie and three pars.

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