GHS leads area finishers at Classic

Posted on 18 April 2012 by the Roswell Daily Record


NMMI’s Luis Flores watches his tee shot on the par-3 fourth hole at Spring River Golf Course during the second round of the Roswell Spring Classic, Tuesday. (Kevin J. Keller Photo)

The annual Roswell Spring Classic golf tournament wrapped up play on Tuesday at NMMI Golf Course and Spring River Golf Course.

The Goddard boys were top area finisher in the boys tournament and the Goddard girls were top area finisher in the girls tournament.

The Rocket boys totaled a 347 team aggregate on Tuesday for a two-day total of 677.

 

Tom Snyder led the Rockets with an 85 at Spring River. Kemp Kuykendall shot 86 for the Rockets, while Bryce Mott and Ian Rodriguez each shot 88 and Ian Garcia carded a 91.

The Roswell boys were led by Henry Candelaria’s 77 on Day 2 and totaled 347 for a two-day score of 699.

Jake Andreis shot 80 for the Coyotes and both Zach Jennings and Daniel Lopez carded 95s.

NMMI’s Luis Flores shot 78 in the second round and finished with a 160 aggregate.

Flores’ teammate, Lance Hinkle, shot 112 on Tuesday and finished with a 217 aggregate.

Dexter’s Nathan Fuller shot 80 on the second day for a 172 aggregate.

Hobbs took home the team championship with a two-day aggregate of 612. Deming was second at 618 and Clovis was third at 625.

Clovis’ Ethan Peterson was the individual medalist at even-par 143. Hobbs’ Kenneth Fadke and Ryan Hawkins finished second and third, respectively, at 145 and 151. Deming’s Derek Baeza was fourth at 152 and Socorro’s Will Schaffer was fifth at 153.

In the girls tournament, Goddard finished fourth as a team.

Emilee Engelhard led the Rockets in the second round with an 82. Sara Garcia shot 83, Mariah Sandoval shot 93, Danika Gomillion shot 97 and Gabby Baker shot 100.

Amanda Silvas led Roswell with a second-round 92, while Haley Bolanos shot 114.

NMMI’s Nina Martinez shot 91 in the second round.

Deming took home the team title with a 643 aggregate. Portales was second at 698, Alamogordo was third at 709 and Goddard was fourth at 710.

Alamogordo’s Kacey Dalpes was the individual medalist with a two-day total of 2-under 141.

Deming’s Darian Zachek was second at 152, Deming’s Shelby Turner was third at 155, Goddard’s Engelhard was fourth at 159 and Portales’ Paige Hartman was fifth at 163.


Goddard’s Bryce Mott chips onto the 18th green in the second round of the Roswell Spring Classic, Tuesday. (Kevin J. Keller Photo)

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