The Enterprise boys and girls finished in second place at the Buffalo Peaks Invitational held in Union on Friday. Seniors Kevin Gomes and Grady Rawls shared low score for EHS with 75. Nathan Slinker shot a76 with Derek Huff and Jake Thompson shooting a 78 and 89 respectively to round out Enterprise's scoring.

The La Grande boys team shot a 289 placing first in the tournament while EHS shot a 304. The Wallowa boys finished the afternoon in fifth place out of eight teams with a 366. Luke Survis and Ryan Harshfield led the Cougar boys, both shooting an 85. Nathan Swift was 11 strokes back to end the day with a 96. Jeremy McCullough and Chris Jones shot a 100 and 122.

Kayla Miller shot a 91 to lead the EHS girls team to a second place finish behind La Grande. Kayla Stoffel was five strokes back of Miller with a 96. Rounding out Enterprise's scoring were Tara Phinney 109, Lacey Nobles 115 and Jessica Marcum 127.

Holli Barton led the Wallowa girls with a 118. Leah Pringle and Crista Bomberger shot a 125 and 145 respectively.

The La Grande girls team won the tourney by 56 strokes 355 to EHS's 411. The Wallowa girls didn't have a full team present.

The Enterprise boys JV squad also had a good outing on the afternoon with a team score of 371. Cole Phinney led the Red and Black with an 88. Kelsey Lukens and Marcus Bridges tied at 97 with Payton Steinbeck rounding out the scoring with a 102.

The Enterprise and Wallowa boys travel to the Pendleton Country Club on Friday for the Pendleton Invitational. The EHS girls host the Enterprise Invitational on Monday, April 21. The Wallowa and EHS boys will travel to Wildhorse on Monday, April 21 for the 2A Wildhorse Invitational. Tournament play is scheduled for 1 p.m.

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