Deprez places fourth to lead Bulldogs at Post Falls

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Cece Deprez shot an 87 to place fourth and Sandpoint girls golf placed fourth at the Post Falls Invitational, held at The Highlands Golf Course in Post Falls on Monday morning.

The Bulldogs finished merely one stroke behind the hosting Trojans.

On the boys’ side, Caelan Darling led the Bulldogs once again with an 89. Sandpoint’s boys team placed eighth amongst 10 teams at the event.

Both teams will be back in action on Wednesday against Lakeland at The Links. Tee time is set for 9 a.m.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Lake City 325 (won playoff). 2, Coeur d’Alene 325. 3, Post Falls 332. 4, Moscow 337. 5, Lewiston 347. 6, Mt. Spokane 372. 7, Lakeland 374. 8, Sandpoint 389. 9, Priest River 427. 10, Timberlake 461.

MEDALIST — Cameron Johnson, Lake City, 71.

LAKE CITY — Cameron Johnson 71, Ryan Chapman 82, Davon Sandford 75, Greyden Lee 97, Brennen Froelich 102.

COEUR d’ALENE — Wyatt Williams 77, Brayden Ogele 89, Jackson Davenport 80, Cole Jaworski 85, Sam Johnson 83.

POST FALLS — Jacob Glenn 73, John Gordon 86, Dominic Mosby 83, Boen Torgerson 90, Trevor Bennett 94.

LAKELAND — Ashton Waddington 97, Aden Sandlin 80, Sam Schneider 102, Cody Elmose 95, Canon Nosworthy 103.

SANDPOINT — Joel Johnson 101, Caelan Darling 89, Harley Wilks 91, Wilson VanDenBerg 108, Jaden Dumars 114.

PRIEST RIVER — Kameran Salesky 92, Ben Zapfe 102, Bowen Fagert 109, Shane Gamber 124, Brady O’Brian 144.

TIMBERLAKE — Wyatt Dickinson 98, Mason Zollinger 110, Dawson Hunt 113, Brayden Coleman 140.

INDIVIDUALS — Dawson Owens, Sandpoint, 96; Joshua Hall, Lake City, 97; Dillon Doucet, Post Falls, 86; Trace Goucher, Coeur d’Alene, 83; Jimme Isinberger, Priest River, 133; Trent Gritts, Priest River, 138; Kyle Patterson, Priest River, 124.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Lake City 365 (won playoff). 2, Lewiston 365. 3, Post Falls 388. 4, Sandpoint 389. 5, Coeur d’Alene 398. 6, Lewis and Clark 422. 7, Lakeland 425. 8, Timberlake 434.

MEDALIST — Makena Rauch, Moscow, 73.

LAKE CITY — Kyla Currie 86, Marisa Hagerty 91, Taryn Cherry 92, Jojo Dodge 96, Echo Anderson 98.

POST FALLS — Camden Lenox 101, Renee Mosby 98, Maya Zane 91, Catherine Gordon 98, Payton Blair 105.

SANDPOINT — Hattie Larson 92, CeCe Deprez 87, Camille Neuder 97, Annaby Kanning 116, Aly Lish 113.

COEUR d’ALENE — Martina Hicks 86, Holly Hudson 100, Marin Rowley 104, PJ Gates 111, Olivia Dixon 108.

LAKELAND — Sydney Suko 101, Makayla Higbee 104, Madison Kelleher 115, Taten Gorton 105, Haylie Jamison 142.

TIMBERLAKE — Hanna Mendenhall 109, Izzy Hilliard 91, Brooke Jessen 114, Emma Torr 120, Madeline Hunter 144.

INDIVIDUALS — Grace Hite, Lake City, 113; Bella Mackesy, Post Falls, 135; Brianna Priest, Coeur d’Alene, 104; Mia Maddy, Lakeland, 145; Maddy Rusho, Priest River, 105; Olivia Heofner, Priest River, 110; Heather Pound, Priest River, 125.

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