Laker, Raider golf teams qualify for State Finals

Local high school players fared well at the Western Maine Conference golf championships held at Willowdale Golf Club in Scarborough.

Reese McFarlane of Cape Elizabeth won the match with rounds of 36 and 35 to finish with a 71.

Here’s how local players finished:

3. Jordan Lowe, FA, 39-39-78

T-5. Tyler Walker, LR, 42-41-83

11. Tyler Worcester, FA, 47-41-88

T-15. Van Nguyen, FA, 47-43-90

T-19. Ryan Hodgdon, LR, 47-45-92

T-32. Nick Scarlett, LR, 48-49-97

T-35. Mike Davis, FA, 54-44-98

T-35. Addison Schwartz, FA, 49-49-98

T-38. Keegan Jones, FA, 48-51-99

T-41. Sullivan Tidd, LR, 50-51-101

T-48. Evan Sanborn, LR, 54-51-105

63. Evan Kellough, LR, 62-54-116

Players with scores of 90 or lower qualify for the state individual championships set for Saturday, Oct. 18 at Natanis Golf Club in Vassalboro. Tee time is 10 a.m.

In team play, Cape Elizabeth combined six scores for a total of 317 to lock down the top place.

Fryeburg Academy was second with a point total of 354. Oak Hill and York went third and fourth respectively with scores of 370 and 371.

Lake Region was fifth with a 373. Eleven schools competed in the WMC finals.

Rounding out the field were: Wells 377, Yarmouth 380, Poland 409, Waynflete 414, Gray-New Gloucester 427 and Freeport no score.

The team championships will be held this Saturday, Oct. 11 beginning at 10 a.m. at Natanis Golf Club.

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