Williams places second at State Golf tourney

The 3A Idaho State Golf Championships were played in a 2-day tournament on May 15 and 16 at River Bend Golf Course in Wilder, Idaho. The players played two rounds of 18 holes of golf to determine the individual and team champions for 2022. Representing the Weiser Wolverines were junior Carter Williams and freshman Lucy Hickey who both qualified for state as individuals. 
 After the first day of play, Carter Williams was 1 under par with a score of 71 putting him in contention for the state championship, tied with two other players. Toby Heider and Jameson Harper both of Kimberly also shot 1 under for a 71. 
 This was an experienced field of boys vying for the top spot. In 2021 Williams placed second, Archie Rauenhorst fourth, Heider seventh and Harper eighth. 
 Weiser’s Lucy Hickey turned in a score of 107 the first day of play earning a top 20 spot, tied 18th overall with two other golfers.  The top leader for the girls was Homedale’s Tea Uranga shooting 4 over for a score of 76.  
 The top individual girls were also very experienced in state tournament play, Reece Garey was the 2021 reigning girls state champion. Braylyn Bayer took second in 2021 and Uranga third. 
 At the end of day two of the tournament, Weiser Wolverine Carter Williams turned in a score of 73, 1 over par for the day and giving him an even score for the tournament of 144. Kimberly’s Toby Heider was able to repeat his 71 again on day two, giving him a total of 2 under par for the tournament with a score of 142 and the state title. 
 Top four individual boy medalists for the 2022 State Golf Championships: 
 Toby Heider, Kimberly 142, first place; Carter Williams, Weiser 144, second place; Archie Rauenhorst, Kellogg 145, third place; Jameson Harper, Kimberly 148, fourth place.
 Weiser Wolverine, Lucy Hickey made some great adjustments and came out on fire for day two, turning in a score of 93. Along with her score of 107 from day one, Hickey finished the tournament with a total score of 200, 1 stroke away from being a top 10 medalist.  Homedale’s Tea Uranga was able to hold on to her top spot earning a state championship with day two score of 77 and a total tournament score of 153.


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