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Goss wins again, carding a 71 in Vale

LA GRANDE’S MAVRIC GOSS won the individual crown in Vale Friday, shooting a 71 for the first-place Tigers. LHS shot a team score of 332, while Baker was second at 352.
LA GRANDE’S MAVRIC GOSS won the individual crown in Vale Friday, shooting a 71 for the first-place Tigers. LHS shot a team score of 332, while Baker was second at 352.
 

BAKER CITY — The La Grande boys golf team is hitting its stride, and it couldn’t come at a better time.

The Tigers won in Baker City Monday, finishing with a team score of 325.

Fruitland was six back at 331, while Nampa Christian shot 345.

Mavric Goss just missed another first-place finish, placing third with a 78.

Homedale’s Reed Maggard and Payette’s Brice Boudreaux tied for first with a 77.

“It was rainy and windy all day,” coach Ron Evans said. “So they played better than I thought they would. I wouldn’t have wanted to be out there.”

Nathan Ladendorf shot a 78 for LHS, while Jake Girard shot an 81.

Daniel Seymour and Joel Wylam both carded an 88.

“Jake and Nathan are really starting to play great. Nathan is playing where he should be, which is awesome,” Evans said.

Goss wins again

VALE — Mavric Goss won the individual crown in Vale Friday, shooting a 71 for the first-place Tigers.

LHS finished with a team score of 332, which was 20 strokes better than that of second-place Baker at 352.

Seymour fired an 86, Wylam carded an 87, Girard finished with an 88 and Ladendorf came in with a 89.

“Mavric got another win which is great. I’m starting to lose track of how many that is with him,” Evans said.

La Grande will return to the course Thursday when it travels to play at Crook County.

 
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