staff report / The Bulletin

SUNRIVER — Summit’s Madi Mansberger used a 38 on the front nine and a 40 on the back to edge teammate Madison Odiorne by two stroke, claiming medalist honors and leading the Storm to a team win with an overall 335.

Mansberger’s 6-over-par 78 bested Odiorne’s 80 and led Summit to a 35-stroke victory over Bend High, which finished with a 370.

Heidi Froelich paced the Lava Bears with a 12-over 84, good enough for third place in the 12-golfer field, and Madeline Rice took fifth with an 88.

Redmond High was the only other team in the tournament and had just two golfers in the field, with Cayla Lussier carding the Panthers’ top score, a 93.

In other Wednesday action:


Madras 6, Philomath 2: MADRAS — The White Buffaloes won three of four doubles and singles matches to cruise past the Warriors in a Class 4A/3A/2A/1A Special District 2 dual. Megan Foristall, Itzel Romero and Pali Kaloi Jordan all won singles matches for Madras. Kaitlyn Carter and Mercedes Lawrence highlighted doubles play for the Buffs, posting a 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 victory in the top doubles match.

Boys tennis

Philomath 8, Madras 0: PHILOMATH — The White Buffaloes were swept by the Warriors in a Class 4A/3A/2A/1A Special District 2 contest, but Madras would not go down easy. Caleb Freshour and Alex Penaloza fell 6-3, 6-2, but Buffs coach Margaret Kinkaid said nearly every game went to deuce. The No. 3 doubles team of Jesus Vazquez and Kody Turner took the first set of their match 6-3 before dropping the next two 4-6, 3-6.

Track and field

Cougars sweep Ravens: Mitch Modin won four events and posted the state’s top mark in the long jump so far this season, leading Mountain View to a 112-33 victory over Ridgeview. Modin took the 200-meter dash, the 110-meter hurdles and the high jump and leapt 22 feet, 7 inches in the long jump to earn the top mark in the state regardless of classification. Blake Knirk won the discus and the javelin, and the Cougars went 1-2-3 in the triple jump and 1,500-meter run en route to the victory. Ridgeview was led by wins from Brennan Buckley-Noonan (3,000) and Phelan Lund (shot put), who also placed second in the javelin. Mountain View topped Ridgeview 96.66 to 44.33 in the girls team standings. Tia Hatton, Katie Murphy and Callan Brick went 1-2-3 in the 400 and Chelsea Farnsworth won the 100 hurdles and took third in the 300 hurdles to highlight the day for the Cougars. McKenzie Hidalgo led the way for the Ravens, winning the discus while taking third in both the javelin and the shot put.

Bend boys, Summit girls take wins: Michael Wilson ran the 300-meter hurdles in 39.67 seconds — tops in Class 5A and third in the state regardless of classification this season — but the visiting Storm were topped by the Lava Bears 87-58. Braden Bell led the way for Bend with wins in the 100- and 200-meter dashes while running the first leg of the winning 400-meter relay team. Jordan Neelon won the triple jump and long jump for the Bears. Megan Buzzas paced the Storm’s girls team, which blew past Bend 118-27, with victories in the 100 and 200. Buzzas also ran the opening leg of Summit’s 400-meter relay squad that defeated the Lava Bears’ short relay team. Sammy Hignell-Stark won both hurdle races for the Storm. Lava Bear freshman Sophia Cunningham shined for Bend by winning the 400 and taking second in the 200.

Tinnell, Johnson pace Redmond: PRINEVILLE — Kyle Tinnell took the 100-meter dash and the triple jump, Kellee Johnson was first in the 200 and long jump, and the Panthers defeated Crook County 87-49. For the girls, Makenna Conley (200), Tefna Mitchell-Hoegh (400), Kylee Johnson (800) and Chenelle Hale (long jump) picked up victories, but Redmond fell to the Cowgirls 87-42.


Storm shoot 307 in win: Jack Loberg tied for medalist honors with a 3-over 75 and the rest of Summit’s five-player team all shot under 80 as the Storm posted a 307 to cruise to victory at the Bend Invitational held at the Bend Golf & Country Club. Declan Watts added a 76 and T.K. Wasserman, Tyler Bahn and Stephen Drgastin all shot 78 to help Summit hold off runner-up Bend High, which recorded a 317. Chapin Pedersen led the Lava Bears with a 77. Redmond’s Mason Rodby, the event’s co-medalist with Loberg, paced the Panthers, who took third with a 322. Mountain View (367 strokes), Ridgeview (370) and Crook County (381) rounded out the team scoring.


Hawks prevail at Black Butte: BLACK BUTTE RANCH — Sammie McPherson’s 12-over-par 84 was the low score of the day, leading La Pine to a team victory in a Class 4A/3A/2A/1A tournament that included Ridgeview and incomplete teams representing Sisters and Trinity Lutheran. The Hawks finished with a team total of 405 to Ridgeview’s 485. Trinity Lutheran’s Victoria Sample was medalist runner-up with a 90.


Summit, Mountain View split: Malia Moreland’s two-out single in the fifth inning sent home Morgan Freeman with what proved to be the winning run as host Summit beat Mountain View 3-2 in the second game of an Intermountain Conference doubleheader. The Cougars won the opener 10-7 led by a two-run double by Megan McCadden and a two-run single by Mackenzi Serbus. Hannah Wicklund was the winning pitcher for Mountain View, and she and Jenna Henninger had two hits and three runs apiece for the Cougars. For the Storm in the opener, Freeman hit a home run to lead off the first inning and Jacqueline Manley belted a three-run homer in the seventh. Manley was the winning pitcher in the second game. Freshman Alex Popp hit a two-run single in the first inning to get the Storm started. Henniger and Serbus each drove in a run in the top of the fifth to tie the game, setting the stage for Moreland’s clutch hit in the home half of the inning. Serbus had a double and a triple in the second game for Mountain View (3-15 overall, 1-1 IMC). Manley was two for two for Summit (2-15, 1-7), which snapped an eight-game losing streak.


Redmond 10, Bend 4: The visiting Panthers evened the season series 1-1 after pounding 11 hits and taking advantage of six Lava Bear errors. J.D. Abbas struck out seven and scattered seven hits over seven innings to earn the win for Redmond, which improved to 12-5 overall and 4-1 in Class 5A Intermountain Conference action. Abbas helped his own cause at the plate, ending the day 2-for-4 with two doubles and two runs batted in. Matt Dahlen added a 2-for-5 performance and scored two runs. Jonah Koski took the loss for the Bears (10-7, 2-3), allowing six runs over five innings. Hunter Macdonald led Bend by posting a triple and two RBIs.

Madras 4, Molalla 2: MOLALLA — Robert Fine pitched his second complete game of the season, striking out eight and giving up just four hits as the White Buffaloes notched their third straight win with the Tri-Valley Conference victory. Devin Ceciliani and Bear Spino each went 2-for-3 for Madras (10-7 overall, 4-4 TVC), with Cody Shepard and Alec McDonald each going 1-for-3 with a run batted in.

Ridgeview 16, Crook County 5: PRINEVILLE — The visiting Ravens broke open a close game with a 10-run fourth inning and won it in six innings. George Mendazona was both the winning pitcher and the offensive star for Ridgeview, going 3-for-4 with two doubles while scoring four times and knocking in two runs. Collin Runge, Kahl Malott and Christopher Hawkins each had two hits for the winners, who improved to 11-6 overall and 2-0 in Class 4A Special District 1. Ridgeview clinched first place in the two-team league with its second win this week over the Cowboys (6-11, 0-2).

On Tuesday:


Crook County 3, Bend JV 2: PRINEVILLE — The Cowboys won three singles matches to top the Lava Bears’ junior varsity. Crook County’s Brick Woodward defeated Bend’s Sean Hebert 6-2, 6-3 to pace the home team. The Bears’ duo of Jesse James and Jaden Boehme led Bend with a 6-4, 6-2 victory in No. 1 doubles action.