Robert Perea, The Fernley Reporter
Including their best score of the season, the Fernley High School girls golf continued to improve upon early season results in three meets over the past two weeks.
At Fallon on Oct. 1, the Vaqueros recorded their best team score of the season, placing sixth with a collective total score of 480.
Individually, Teagan Summers led the Vaqueros with her season best score of 108, Haeley Diehl followed up with a 114, Josie Youngs carded a 126, Laney Miller checked in at 132 and Leonie Dechant shot 135.
Elko won the meet with a team score of 391, Truckee finished second at 400, Fallon came in third at 422, Spring Creek was fourth with 435 and South Tahoe was fifth at 472.
Truckee’s Ryan Flynn was the individual winner with a 73, 15 strokes better than second place finisher Chilz Negrete of Elko.
On Oct. 8, the Vaqueros played host to the league meet at the Golf Club at Fernley, where they again finished sixth, with a team score of 501.
Individual scores for Fernley were Diehl 117, Summers 123, Miller 128 and Youngs 133.
Flynn was the individual winner with a 71, while Caresse Basaraba of Elko came in second with an 86.
Truckee won the meet with a team score of 388, Elko was second at 390, followed by Spring Creek in third (438), Fallon fourth (465) and South Tahoe fifth (476).
On Oct 9 at Lowry, the Vaqueros didn’t record a team score because with Diehl unable to finish her round, they only had three individual finishers.
Summers shot 121, Miller came in at 124 and Youngs recorded a 137.
Flynn was once again the individual winner, shooting 75, while the runnerup Basaraba of Elko shot 88.
Elko won the meet with a team score of 404, Truckee finished second (414), Spring Creek third (451), South Tahoe fourth (456) and Fallon fifth (464).