Outlaws launch golf season


Last updated 4/2/2024 at 11:48am

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Devin Cloverdale on left and Carson Bell.

The Sisters Outlaws kicked off their golf season by hosting a two-person scramble event at Tokatee on March 14. Many of the courses were still closed in Central Oregon because of the cold snowy weather. Tokatee was not only open but presented us with a 60-degree day for the tournament. We had a nice field consisting of 3 teams from the coast; Marshfield, Bandon & Coquille, and Crook County; Bend High, Summit, and Sisters from Central Oregon. Summit and Bandon are consistently two of the best teams in the state, and each school had a team post low scores for the day of 67.

"This is a fun format to kick off the season especially given the miserable weather we have had," said Coach Bill Mitchell.

Devin Coverdale and Carson Bell fired a 77 for the Outlaws. Ella Eby played in a girl's event at Eagle Crest on March 19 and had 105, which she was happy with. She said she made a nine on a par 3 and her putting was terrible, so she knows she has room for improvement.

With the two-week spring break, the next event for the Outlaws is not until April 2 in Prineville.


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