MENLO — Woodward-Granger joined Ogden and Madrid in playing in a four-team, nine-hole meet hosted by West Central Valley Tuesday.
Ogden won the boys side at the 5×80 Golf Course with a combined score of 168. Madrid shot 187 and W-G 197, with host WCV unable to post a team score as only three golfers competed.
Ogden’s 229 nipped the 232 shot by WCV for top girls honors, with W-G posting a 245 while Madrid had just one girl — Sophia Harshburger, who shot a 67 — in action.
Trey Lettow had the low round for the W-G boys with a 45, with Brandon Worley (47), Hunter Pifer (48) and Colby Tague (57) also scoring. Nate Rosen (60) and August Thielen (61) were also in action for the Hawks.
Ogden received a runner-up medalist round of 39 from Ryan Nichols, A card of 41 was turned in by Preston Gronseth, with Jacob Kathman and Mason Will both shooting 44. Kaden Kruse had a 45 and Cooper Carson a 49 for the Bulldogs, but neither score was tabulated.
Madrid’s four scores came from Jacob Loew (45), Tyler Lawrenson (45), Landon Klatt (47) and Colton Eccles (50), with Logan Wicker (57) and Trent Larson (57) playing for the Tigers as well.
Grant Caltrider posted a medalist-winning 38 for WCV, with Bodhi Mains shooting a 57 and Cain Brandon a 75.
Cierra DeHoet’s 50 won medalist honors for the W-G girls. Emily Trewet added a 59 for the Hawks, with Izzy Meier carding a 65 and Emma Greiner a 71. Unscored were cards of 73 from Megan Burkhart and of 75 from Natalie Helbling.
Shaylie Johannsen (52), Faith Mohr and Libby Stonehocker (both 56) and Emalee Walker (65) were the scoring quartet for Ogden, with Emma Blair (67) also on the course.
Darby Davis led the host Wildcats with a 52, with Emma Johnson (55), Hunter Godwin (58) and Haleigh Rummel (67) also scoring. Josie Bittner (69) also played for WCV.
The W-G girls were coming off nine holes Monday in Panora. They will host their annual 18-hole invitational Thursday at 1 p.m. with both W-G teams returning to the 5×80 links Friday for nine holes, this time with CAM and Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton joining the field.