Storm take third, Bears fourth at tourney


Published Apr 23, 2013 at 05:00AM / Updated Nov 19, 2013 at 12:31AM

In sunny but windy conditions on Monday, St. Mary’s, of Medford, won the 16-team Tetherow Challenge, a boys golf tournament hosted by Bend High School at Tetherow Golf Club in Bend.

The Crusaders finished with a final team score of 308, led by Jeremy Wu, who shot a 74 on the par-72 course.

Summit finished third with a 318, and Bend High was fourth with a 347.

The Storm’s Tyler Bahn claimed medalist honors, carding a 73 and edging Wu and Central Catholic’s Jake Ryan, who also shot a 74 to lead the Rams from Portland to second place as a team with a 316.

St. Mary’s had three players shoot in the 70s.

“That is a very good team score in these conditions,” said Bend coach Rusty Clemons, referring to St. Mary’s. “People who have played this course know that was an impressive performance.”

Summit’s Jack Loburg carded a 77 to finish tied for fifth place. Chapin Pederson led the Lava Bears with a score of 81 to finish tied for ninth.

Trevor Davis led 11th-place Crook County (379), shooting an 83, good for a tie for 13th place.

The next tournament for Bend, Summit, Crook County and Mountain View, as well as Redmond and Ridgeview, is the Bend Invitational at Bend Golf & Country Club on Wednesday. The event was originally scheduled for last week but was postponed due to snow.

In other Monday action:

Baseball

Mountain View 15, Summit 12: The Cougars staved off a late Storm rally to win an Intermountain Conference slugfest, during which both clubs combined for 26 hits. Ronnie Stacey led Mountain View (5-9 overall, 1-0 IMC) with a 3-for-4 performance at the plate with two runs batted in. Jaxson Landrus was 2-for-3 with two doubles and an RBI, John Carroll belted a triple and collected two RBIs, and Wyatt Landaker finished 1-for-4 with three runs driven in. Summit (8-10, 2-5) was paced by Josh Cherry and D.J. Wilson, each of whom were 3-for-5 with three RBIs. Cal Waterman smacked a home run and picked up two RBIs, and Austin Peters was 2-for-4 with a double, a triple, and two runs driven in.

Ridgeview 5, Crook County 3: PRINEVILLE — Dakota Schaumburg pitched a complete game for the Ravens, scattering six hits, striking out four and walking just one in the Class 4A Special District 1 victory. He also hit a two-RBI double in the first inning. Collin Runge hit a double for the go-ahead RBI for Ridgeview (10-6 overall, 1-0) in the top of the seventh. Cowboys pitcher Brandon Alexander struck out eight batters. Crook County dropped to 6-10 overall and 0-1 in Special District 1 play.

Madras 9, Molalla 7: MADRAS — Alec McDonald was 3-for-3 with a run batted in, and Austin Raschenburg escaped a bases-loaded jam in the top of the seventh inning to pick up the save and improve the White Buffaloes to 9-7 overall and 3-4 in Tri-Valley Conference play. Madras trailed 3-0 heading into the bottom of the second inning, but the Buffs put up six runs in the frame to grab the lead. Three runs in the fourth gave Madras a 9-3 lead, and the Buffs halted Molalla’s rally to get the victory. Bryce Rehwinkel was 1-for-2 with two RBIs for Madras, and Jack Fine finished 2-for-4 with two runs driven in.

SOFTBALL

Western Mennonite 8, Culver 3: CULVER — Ashley Wilda had two hits and an RBI and Alysha Fritz added two hits for the Bulldogs in the Class 2A/1A Special District 3 loss. Culver starting pitcher Sara McKinney struck out six batters as the Bulldogs fell to 2-6 in league play and 3-16 overall. Culver is off the rest of the week before playing at Regis next Monday.

BOYS LACROSSE

Summit 13, Redmond 3: Dylan Smith scored four goals, Troy Lalonde added three, and Griffin Reinecke had two goals and four assists to lead the Storm to the High Desert League road victory. Summit (8-6 overall, 5-0 league) rolled to a 6-1 halftime lead over the Panthers (0-9, 0-6). Also scoring for the Storm were Nick Rasmussen, Quinn Rasmussen, Hayden Burket and Charlie Steurmer. Summit goalies Austin Soutomaior and Ian Burbidge were credited with three saves apiece.