Bronc golfers sixth at competitive Scoop Shovlain Invite

SHERIDAN — Bronc golfers improved their position on the second day of the Scoop Shovlain Invite Friday afternoon, with their coach still looking for two days of consistent golf.

Cheyenne East won the two-day event behind individual champ Quinton Pope who shot 70-70—140.

After an 82 Thursday, Jack Mavrakis shot a 75 Friday, while Bailey Bonnet cut nine strokes off his Thursday score with his 83 Friday. The Big Horn Rams were led by Jack Roberts, who shot a 90 after a 97 Thursday. The Rams finished with a team 387, playing with 3A and 4A competition.

For the Broncs, they cut their team score by four strokes from Thursday, finishing with a 337, good enough for sixth overall in the event. Head coach Larry Martoglio said that the 14-team tournament was competitive, bringing five of the five schools who have won tournaments this fall.

“It was quality golf,” he said. “It was exciting to watch, hopefully as a team we can get more consistent.”

The Big Horn Rams shot two strokes over their Thursday score.

For the Lady Broncs, Kayla Allen and Victoria Owings each posted lower scores than Thursday, continuing impressive freshman seasons.

Scoop Shovlain Invite
Thursday-Friday
Kendrick Golf Course
Sheridan Broncs
Jack Mavrakis 82-75—157
Bailey Bonnet 94-83—177
Alex Williams  83-91—174
Logan Johnson 86-89—175
Jacob Belus 90-90—180
Team 341-337—678
Lady Broncs
Kayla Allen 96-88—183
Victoria Owings 100-92—192
NS
Big Horn Rams
Jack Roberts 97-90—187
Nick McAdoo 93-102—195
Matt Hansen 94-104—198
Brody Bard 103-93—196
Ty LaMeres 101-NS
Team 387-389—776
Big Horn Lady Rams
Jamie Kitterman 116-110—226
Madeline Craig 125-142—262
Madi Pehringer 140-127—267
Kaleigh Anderson 104-NS
Taylor Nance NS-98
Team score 381—760
Team scores
Cheyenne East 616
Laramie 639
Riverton 657
Gillette 572
Central 674
Sheridan 684
Girls
Natrona 517
Gillette 557
Buffalo 597

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