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Roseburg girls finish 11th in 6A tournament | Prep Golf

Roseburg’s Makayla Walker shoots out of a bunker during the second round of the OSAA Class 6A girls tournament on Tuesday at Quail Valley Golf Course in Banks.

The Roseburg girls golf team poses at the OSAA Class 6A tournament at Quail Valley Golf Course in Banks. From left, head coach Bruce Walker, Makayla Walker, Lauren Sandfort, Alexandra Sandfort, Taylor Hunt and assistant coach Halie Walton.

The Roseburg girls golf team highlighted the group of Douglas County high school golfers who competed on day two of the OSAA golf tournaments on Tuesday.

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The Roseburg girls team consisted of Makayla Walker, Alexandra Sandfort, Taylor Hunt and Lauren Sandfort. Roseburg placed 11th as a team with a score of 768 in the Class 6A tournament at Quail Valley Golf Course in Banks.

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Author: JOSH NUTTER The News Review
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The top returning golfers for the 2017 Oregon high school season

The high school golf season is kicking into high gear as the top teams and individuals build to the state tournaments in May. Here’s a look at the state’s top returning golfers.

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Notable: The win was part of a huge year for the future Oregon State golfer who earned her second consecutive PNGA Junior Girls Player of the Year award after she won the PNGA Junior Girls Amateur and Pacific Northwest Junior PGA events and advanced to match play in the U.S. Junior Girls Amateur.

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Notable: Last summer, qualified for the U.S. Junior Girls Amateur and made the semifinals of the Oregon Junior Girls Amateur.

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Date: 2017-03-24T22:00:00.000Z
Author: Mike Tokito
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Wayzata has edge in stats, however, Skipper girls win state soccer title

The Minnetonka High girls soccer team celebrates its championship at U.S. Bank Stadium. Winning goalie Paige Kahlmeyer holds the trophy.

Wayzata girls are solemn after receiving their silver medals at state. From left are Eva Bruer, Maya Turner, Ivey Alber, Emily Dillon and Lily Gilbertson.

Looking at the final stats from the Class AA state championship girls soccer game between Minnetonka and Wayzata on Nov. 2 at U.S. Bank Stadium, someone who wasn’t there to see it might assume a Wayzata victory.

The Trojans had a 10-3 edge in shots on goal and a 6-3 advantage on corner kicks. But stats didn’t tell the whole story. Minnetonka goalkeeper Paige Kahlmeyer made 10 saves and teammate Riley Brackin put one in the net as the Skippers won the match 1-0.

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Author: John Sherman john sherman ecm inc com
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