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Caruso opens golf play with win

 

March 31, 2022



POMEROY–Pirate Golf hosted St. John on its home golf course on Wednesday, March 23, and with only one veteran player taking part, the match game Pomeroy’s less experienced players a taste of what it is like to compete on the links.

Jett Slusser was the boys’ medalist with a good nine-hole score of 41. Eighth grader Grayson Slaybaugh was second with 49. Reggie Ott was third with 54.

On the girls’ side, freshman Kiersten Bartels collected the second-place medal carding a 53.

Other Pomeroy participants were: Cesar Morfin-56, Boone Schmitt-59, Jacob Risinger-60, Leland Ross-51-7 holes Elena Morfin-61 Natalie Fuchs-50-7 holes

The Pirate golf team traveled to Clarkston’s Quail Ridge Golf Course on Tuesday, March 22. Asotin High hosted 50 players from 12 schools.

Chase Caruso’s score of 90 was the best among the girls and in fact better than 75% of the boys competing.

On the boys’ side, Jett Slusser and Reggie Ott also competed, with Jett carding a 105 and Reggie a 124.

“Since this was our first match of the season and Reggie’s first ever, I was very pleased with the kids’ performances,” said Pirate Golf Head Coach Al Damron.

The next action will be March 30 at St. John

 
 

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