Johnston, Polson boys, Whitefish girls 1st in golf

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POLSON — Ryggs Johnston won another golf title while the Polson boys and Whitefish girls claimed team honors on Monday at the Polson Invitational at Polson Bay Golf Club.

Johnston shot 63 to best the field by seven shots. Derek Wolff of Frenchtown was second with a 70.

The Polson boys, with Carson McDaniel (76), Matt Hobbs (77) and Trey Kelley (79) placing 3-4-5, posted a 315 team score. Stevensville, 330, was second.

Courtney Ockler of Frenchtown was the girls medalist with a round of 87. Brooklyn Olson of Ronan was second with a 93 and Gracie Young of Whitefish was third with a 95.

The Whitefish girls had a team total of 426. Polson, 440, was second.

Polson Invitational

Monday

At Polson Bay Golf Course

Boys

Team Totals

1. Polson 315

2. Stevensville 330

3. Whitefish 360

4. Columbia Falls 371

5. Frenctown 373

6. Corvallis 377

7. Ronan 425

8. Browning 481

9. Flathead 502

Top 15 Individuals

Place Score Name School

1 63 Ryggs Johnston Lib

2 70 Derek Wolff Ftwn

3 76 Carson McDaniel Pol

4 77 Matt Hobbs Pol

5 79 Trey Kelley Pol

6 80 Zel Frost Stev

7 81 Jayce Painter Stev

8 83 Colby Devlin Pol

9 84 ivan Yazvac Stev

9 84 Drew Brozek Whtf

10 85 Jacob Watters Stev

11 87 Jayce Cripe Whtf

12 88 Trey Perkins Col Falls

13 90 Nate Hull Cor

14 91 Logan Lybbert Col Falls

14 91 Anthony Camel Ron

14 91 Cameron Kahle Whtf

15 92 Andrew Freese Lib

Girls

Team Totals

1. Whitefish 426

2. Polson 440

3. Libby 446

4. Browning 454

5. Frenchtown 457

6. Corvallis 494

Top 15 Individuals

Place Score Name School

1 87 Courtney Ockler Ftwn

2 93 Brooklyn Olson Ron

3 95 Gracie Young Whtf

4 104 Coli Cannon Pol

5 105 Sammee Bradeen Lib

5 105 Ella Shaw Whtf

6 109 Allie Snyder Lib

7 110 Sydney Croucher Lib

7 110 Esme Yarbrough Pol

8 111 Jill SureChief Brown

8 111 Megan Archibald Whtf

9 112 Sami Knapp Cor

9 112 Amanda Farley Pol

10 113 Makayla LaBuff Brown

11 114 Keelee Storrud Cor

11 114 Berkley Ellis Pol

12 115 Danaiya Polk Brown

12 115 Sequoia Butterfly Brown

12 115 Kendall Reed Whtf

13 117 Madie Sramek Whtf

14 120 Madyson Running Crane Ron

15 122 Khalyn Hagness Lib

16 123 Harper Armitage Ftwn

16 123 Catherine Gustin Ftwn

17 124 Grace Bintz Ftwn

18 131 Kara Klietz Ftwn

19 134 Chloe Patterson Cor

19 134 Signee Storrud Cor

20 136 Kalie Patterson Cor

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