Lacoluccis compete at state for BFHS golf

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  • Courtesy photos Bonners Ferry golfers Cali and Wyatt Lacolucci compete at the 3A State Golf Meet at Canyon Springs Golf Course in Twin Falls.

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    (Courtesy Photo)

  • Courtesy photos Bonners Ferry golfers Cali and Wyatt Lacolucci compete at the 3A State Golf Meet at Canyon Springs Golf Course in Twin Falls.

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    (Courtesy Photo)

BONNERS FERRY — Cali Lacolucci of Bonners Ferry shot a 100 in the first round of the Idaho State 3A High School tournament followed by 97 in the second round.

“That was good for a 14th place finish individually,” said Coach Ralph Lotspeich. “Her brother, Wyatt Lacolucci, shot rounds of 90-97 to come in 22nd in the 36 hole tournament held at Canyon Springs Golf Course in Twin Falls May 13-14.”

After a couple days of competition, the Badger golfers traveled back home to await the next season on the green.

“It was a great learning experience for them and hopefully it will be a catalyst for the years ahead as Wyatt is a sophomore and Cali a freshman,” said Lotspeich. “If they practice on just a few aspects of their games this summer they should be right near the top in the future.”

With the warm months to continue practicing, the duo should bring their A-game to the Badgers team next season.

Among other Intermountain League golfers, Kellogg’s Kat Rauenhorst placed second at state, while the Wildcat girls placed fourth. Kellogg’s boys team was third, while Timberlake’s girls team was sixth. The Priest River boys were eighth.

3A

At Canyon Springs Golf Course, Twin Falls

BOYS

Par 72

TEAM SCORES — 1, Fruitland 299-330—629. 2, Kimberly 347-349—696. 3, Kellogg 352-362—714. 4, Snake River 349-368—717. 5, Buhl 376-369—745. 6, Weiser 394-374—768. 7, Sugar-Salem 401-386—787. 8, Priest River 432-417—849.

STATE MEDALISTS (Top 10) — 1, Daniel Uranga, Homedale, 72-71—143. 2, Lucas Rynearson, Fruitland, 69-82—151. 3, Jonas Bicknese, Fruitland, 70-81—151. 4, Jake O’Neil, Fruitland, 78-76—154. 5, Logan Mills, American Falls, 75-79—154. 6, Tanner O’Brien, Teton, 80-82—162. 7, Archie Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 84-80—164. 8, Noah Watt, Snake River, 83-83—166. 9, Hank Hopkins, Kimberly, 84-83—167. 10, Drake Baumann, Kimberly, 84-85—169.

KELLOGG — Archie Rauenhorst 84-80—164, Taylor Bush 84-87—171, Graden Nearing, 89-97—186, Griffey Doerschel, 95-98—193, Robby Bublitz 100-105—205.

PRIEST RIVER — Kameron Salesky 92-85—177, Ben Zapfe 95-103—198, Bowen Fegert 115-102—217, Shane Gamber 130-127—257, Jimmie Isenberger 142-128—270.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Wyatt Iacolucci, Bonners Ferry, 90-97—187.

GIRLS

Par 72

TEAM SCORES — 1, Buhl 348-353—701. 2, Weiser 390-390—780. 3, Homedale 406-430—836. 4, Kellogg 413-436—849. 5, Marsh Valley 458-434—892. 6, Timberlake 451-462—913.

STATE MEDALISTS (Top 10) — 1, Kylie Crossland, Buhl, 73-75—148. 2, Kat Rauenhorst, Kellogg, 80-91—171. 3, Sara Lundberg, Weiser, 89-87—176. 4, Hannah Foss, Fruitland, 90-87—177. 5, Zara Weaver, Buhl, 88-91—179. 6, Tea Uranga, Homedale, 88-95—183. 7, Mia Harper, Snake River, 89-97—186. 8, Tenlee Scott, Buhl, 88-100—188. 9, Malia Jaynes, Buhl, 99-92—191. 10, Stella Beams, Weiser, 94-98—192.

KELLOGG — Kat Rauenhorst 80-91—171, Emma Bristow 92-104—196, Alyssa Milliron 115-114—229, Gracie Miller 126-132—258, Jezzy Hall 132-127—259.

TIMBERLAKE — Hanna Mendenhall 90-103—193, Izzy Hilliard 104-97—201, Brooke Jessen 126-128—254, Emma Torr 131-134—265, Madeline Hunter 151-150—301.

LOCAL INDIVIDUALS — Cali Iacolucci, Bonners Ferry, 100-97—197.

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