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Perry leads Huskies with a 98 at Woodburn tourney

 

May 5, 2021

JOE HIEMENZ watches his putt roll toward the cup during a recent golf tournament.

The Husky boys played Monday, May 3, at the Woodburn Invitational golf tournament at OGA in Woodburn.

Carson Perry became the first Sweet Home boy to break 100 this year with a 98 on the Par 72 course. Morgan Sands was close behind with a 102, followed by Dakota Melkvik (116), Joseph Hiemenz (122) and freshman Chet Garrett (136). In a nine-hole JV round, freshman Jacob Silvers shot a 60 for Sweet Home.

Team-wise, the Huskies finished sixth with a 438, behind winner Banks (344), Cascade (370), Tillamook (368), Junction City (412), and Salem Academy (422), and ahead of Molalla (455).

Sweet Home finished fourth out of six teams Wednesday, April 28, in a golf match at Diamond Woods, hosted by Junction City.

The Huskies were led by Joseph Hiemenz, who shot a 113. Morgan Sands finished with a 117, Dakota Melkvik with a 120, Carsen Perry with 122 and freshman Chet Garrett with a 138.

Jason Cusic of Junction City was low scorer for the match, finishing with an 83, ahead of Cascade's Ramsey Gordon (86). They were the only two golfers finishing under 90.

Cascade finished first with a team score of 374, followed by Cottage Grove (413), Junction City (434), Sweet Home (472), Newport (506) and Harrisburg (510).

 
 

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