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Idaho High School State Golf Championship Recap
The first fall golf season in Idaho is officially in the books
Published: 10/10/2022 10:57:46 AM

Written by: Tristan Gilbert

The first-ever fall golf season came to a conclusion this past weekend with the state championship tournaments in Rexburg and Idaho Falls. Here is a recap of the top team performances for the 5A and 4A boys and girls teams, along with some of the top individual performers.

5A Boys

Eagle dominated the boys 5A state championship, finishing with a 22-stroke lead over second-place Madison (+19 to +41). Boise, Highland, and Coeur d’Alene finished tied for third-place at +44.

Individually, Madison’s Ashton McArthur came away with the best score, shooting a 133 (-11). McArthur’s impressive score was boosted by an unbelievable three eagles in the second round!

Eagle’s Wheaton Ennis finished one stroke behind McArthur for a 134 (-10) and had an eagle of his own to go along with 12 birdies. Third place belonged to Capital’s Trevor Garus. Garus too had an eagle and finished with a 142 (-2).

The remaining top-10 goes as follows: 4th place - Bobby Kincaid, Nampa 144 (E), tied for 5th place - Justin Anderson, Thunder Ridge and Seth Floyd, Highland 146 (+2), 7th place - Carson King, Lewiston 147 (+3), tied for 8th place - Trey Nip, Coeur d’Alene and Beau Sahr, Eagle 148 (+4), 10th place - Grant Potter, Coeur d’Alene 150 (+6).

5A Girls

Rocky Mountain (+63) ran away with the tournament this weekend. They finished with a commanding 46-stroke lead over second-place Mountain View (+109). Boise took third-place shooting a +119.

Rocky’s impressive score is highlighted by three golfers finishing in the top seven. Emry Gibbs finished with the top overall score, shooting a 154 (+6), Anna Dabell finished in fourth with a 161 (+13), and Maggie Urian finished tied for seventh with a 166 (+18). Boise’s Kelly Goulet finished second, shooting a 155 (+7) in a game that included 9 birdies and an eagle. Timberline’s Ella Arnzen finished in third shooting a 160 (+12).

The remaining top-10 goes as follows: 5th place - Olivia Lammey, Middleton 162 (+14), 6th place - Mollie Sielby, Lewiston 163 (+15), tied for 7th place - Megan Quinton, Madison 166 (+18), 9th place - Sammy Saroyan, Mountain View 168 (+20), 10th place - Lilly Miller, Mountain View 171 (+23).

4A Boys

Bishop Kelly’s (+15) impressive victory is best illustrated by their top three individual finishes. Dallas Jackson finished tied for first shooting a 136 (-4), Niclas Bischoff-Jones finished in fifth with a 142 (+2), and William Comstock took sixth scoring 144 (+4). These great scores helped pave the way to BK’s 37-stroke advantage over Shelley and Twin Falls, who both finished +52.

Shelley and Twin Falls both had a golfer finish in the top three, with Nate Nelson of Shelley being tied for first, shooting a 136 (-4) and Twin Falls’ Derek Lekkerkerk finishing third scoring a 138 (-2).  Nelson earned the individual title via a tiebreaker.

Individually, the remaining top-10 goes as follows: 4th place - Alex Lui, Idaho Falls 140 (E), 7th place - Kahne Orr, Minico 145 (+5), 8th place - Brady Hanna, Lakeland 147 (+7), 9th place - Henry Higham, Shelley 148 (+8), 10th place - Owen Pearson, Preston 149 (+9).

4A Girls

Twin Falls (+40) came away with the 4A state championship this weekend. Twin finished ahead of Bishop Kelly (+73) and Sandpoint (+104), who both finished second and third respectively.

The story of this tournament has to be Twin Falls’ Ava Schroeder. Schroeder (-11) finished with a 16-shot lead over the next competitor, and led ALL golfers this weekend with 15 birdies.

Century’s Lauren Aasand finished 2nd on the weekend, shooting a 145 (+5). Skyline’s Hailee Cole came in 3rd, scoring a 146 (+6).

The remaining top-10 goes as follows: 4th place - Claire Hall, Vallivue 147 (+7),  tied for 5th place - Cierra Bohrn, Twin Falls  and Allison Shockey, Minico 151 (+11), tied for 7th place - Taylor Mire, Sandpoint and Cara Carter, Bishop Kelly 152 (+12), 9th place - Ava Young, Minico 154 (+14), 10th place - Margaret Smock, Bishop Kelly 155 (+15).

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