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Baum nabs fifth; Daigneau sinks 91

Reyes leads Omak girls against Jacks

— Okanogan High School’s Ana Baum carded a 102 and tied for fifth at the Chewelah Girls Invitational on Friday at Chewelah Golf and Country Club.

Chelan, led by the 96 of second-place Casey Jackson, finished second in the team race at 431, trailing winner Kellogg, Idaho, at 429.

Kellogg’s Jessi Gibbons was medalist at 88.

“Conditions were comfortable at the tree-lined and narrow course,” Chelan assistant golf coach Amber Finch said.

Okanogan takes on the Omak boys May 1 at the Okanogan Valley Golf Club.


CHELAN – Chelan topped Omak, 387-414, in a boys golf match Thursday at the Lake Chelan Golf Course.

Chelan’s Parker Nolen was medalist at 89, edging Omak’s Cameron Daigneau in second at 91.

The Goats remain unbeaten this season in dual meets.

Chelan coach Kirk Einspahr said play was under “sunny but breezy conditions.

“Many of the golfers struggled with some tricky green conditions and ended up with some higher scores. But with the CTL League championships scheduled to be played here at our course in two weeks, these home matches will hopefully give our own golfers a bit of an advantage in the long run.”

Other Omak boys contributing to the team score were Brandon Abrahamson (98), Wyatt Utt-Picking (102) and Austin Hughes (123). Other Omak boys included Kyle Abrahamson (132) and Walker Osborne (165).

Chelan’s Quinn Cooper was medalist at 95.

Omak’s lone girl, Gaby Reyes, finished at 154.


OKANOGAN – Okanogan swept the medalist honors in a dual meet with Quincy on Thursday at the Okanogan Valley Golf Club.

Joey Staggs took the boys top honor at 88 while Vanessa VanderWeide was the top girl at 103.

Ana Baum finished at 104 over 18 holes. Rowan Bauer covered nine holes in 79.

Okanogan girls doing nine holes included Carmen Fonseca (84), Karina Baum (89) and Raelee Woolschlager (94).

Okanogan did not have enough golfers for team scores.

Quincy, led by Ian Allen at 96, finished with a boys team score of 394.

Quincy’s top girl was Kayla Schaapman (118).

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