Ashland boys, girls golf teams finish second at Stoneridge tournament

EAGLE POINT — The Ashland High School boys and girls golf teams finished in second place in the team standings during competition at the Crater Golf Tournament played at Stoneridge Golf Course in Eagle Point on Monday afternoon.
The Grizzly boys finished with a team score of 387, second to Klamath Union’s first-place score of 352. Klamath Union’s Craig Ronne totalled the lowest score of the day with a 68, including a 33 on the back nine.
Ashland’s girls squad recorded a team score of 438, which was second behind Crater’s combined score of 400.
Competing in their first event in two weeks — which spring break mixed in between — the Grizzlies looked to continue its early-season success.
Gus Senn shot a team-low score of 95 for the Grizzlies on Monday, with the top four Ashland total separated by all of four strokes.
Sam Gander and Kevin Iriawan were close behind with a 96 and 97, respectively, while Kadyn Kimbrough shot a 99.
On the girls side, Ginny Cotton show a team-low score of 101, while Emily Robinson was second with a 108.
Crater’s Haley Brown shot a round-low 85.
Ashland’s boys team returns to the action on Thursday when it plays at Eagle Point Golf Course. The Ashland girls will also play its next event at Eagle Point Golf Course, but will wait until Wednesday, April 11.
Contact Danny Penza at 541-776-4483 or dpenza@rosebudmedia.com. Follow him on Twitter at @penzatopaper.

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