The Enterprise boys won their second tournament of the 2004 golf season Friday afternoon at the Small Schools invitational in Echo. EHS topped tournament host Echo by seven strokes to win the tournament with a 336 score. Echo was second in the eight team field with a 343. Nathan Slinker was top finisher for the Red and Black team with a 78 for the afternoon. Derek Huff finished one stroke back with a 79 and was followed by teammates Jake Thompson with an 88 and Cole Phinney with a 91 to round out Enterprise's top four finishers. Brandon Nobles shot a 99 and Chad Conrad ended the day with a 113. " We travel to Pumpkin Ridge next where we will be facing some tough competition from three schools that were at the state tournament last year," said Mike Crawford EHS coach. "It should show us where we stand," he added.

Kayla Stoffel continued her fine tournament play on the girls side by shooting a 103 to capture medalist honors. " Crawford said that he has had Stoffel playing off of the men's tees in practice and it has really helped her play. "Kayla and Jessica Marcum are both playing pretty good golf right now," he said.

Wallowa's girls finished the afternoon with a 588 team score and was led by Leah Pringle with a 129. Eight stroke back was Crista Bomberger with a 137 followed by Emily Isley, 143 and Charisse Josi with a 177. Luke Survis headed up the boys who didn't have a full team with a 93. Teammates Kalin Schacher and Alex Hart shot a 118 and 135 respectively. For Schacher, Isley and Josi it was the first time that they had competed in an 18 hole tournament. "They weren't too bad," said Wallowa coach Marvin Gibbs.

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