'Improving' golfers host own tournament before hitting road again


April 13, 2022

Scott Swanson

Chet Garrett, above, putts on the ninth hole at Mallard Creek.

Sweet Home hosted its only home golf tournament of the year Friday, April 8, finishing fifth – by two shots – in the five-team boys field that included three of the best teams in the state.

Marist won the team title at Mallard Creek Golf Course, finishing with a 322 as Ben Proulx tied with Woodburn's Ty Beyer at 74 for individual medalist honors.

Cascade's Ramsey Gordon was right behind with a 75, with teammate Izaiah Zavala third with a 78 to take the Cougars to second place. Woodburn was third (368), Stayton was fourth (425) and the Huskies finished with 427.

Morgan Sands led Sweet...

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