Mineral County’s Foster Kenton shot an even-par 71 at Rivers Edge on Wednesday to capture the individual Class 2A boys golf state title.
Kenton finished with a two-round score of 149, one stroke ahead of North Tahoe’s Alec Griffith and Whittell’s Trevor Fairbanks.
West Wendover’s Will Doudy, who carded an 81 in the opening round, rebounded to shoot 75 on Wednesday and finished seventh at 156.
Whittell won the team competition with a 36-hole total of 794. North Tahoe was second at 816, followed by Battle Mountain at 868.
At Rivers Edge, Needles (Par 71)
Wednesday’s Final Round Results
North Tahoe 407-409–816
Battle Mountain 443-425–868
White Pine 494-473–967
Lake Mead 502-480–982
Foster Kenton, Mineral Cty. 78-71–149
Alec Griffith, North Tahoe 77-73–150
Trevor Fairbanks, Whittell 78-72–150
Jordan Wright, Incline 79-74–153
Travis Boerner, N. Tahoe 79-76–155
Michael Koskin, Whittell 78-77–155
Will Doudy, West Wendover 81-75–156
Dylan Turner, Sage Ridge 79-78–157
Tommy Annese, Incline 78-80–158
T.J. Kolesnik, Whittell 81-77–158