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Roseburg Roundup: Roseburg first, Dittemore second at E.P. invite

EAGLE POINT — Roseburg High sophomore Clare Dittemore settled in emphatically Tuesday at the Eagle Point/Crater Invitational.

Dittemore’s score of 36 on the back-nine, which included a birdie and an eagle, was better than anyone’s, and her total of 77 strokes was good for a second-place finish as she led the Indians to a team victory.

With a total of 352 for their top four qualifiers, the Indians were 41 strokes better than runner-up Reedsport. Kiana Cash (88) and Alexis Horn (91) turned in sixth- and seventh-place finishes individually for the Indians, respectively.

Reedsport’s Monica Vaughn took medalist honors with a 74, firing a 36 on the front-nine and a 38 on the back.

Kayla Epperly shot a 98 for Roseburg and Kathleen DeLaCruz a 112.

ROSEBURG (354) — Clare Dittemore 41-36—77; Kiana Cash 45-43—88; Kayla Epperly 50-48—98; Alexis Horn 47-44—91; Kathleen DeLaCruz 60-52—112.

REEDSPORT (393) — Monica Vaughn 36-38—74; Madison Richardson 42-45—87; Amy Wood 52-58—110; Megan Laskey 57-65—122.

GRANTS PASS (408) — Donnie Thomason 45-47—92; Hunter Buschke 50-49—99; Shelby De Rocher 54-53—107; Haley Hoback 59-51—110.

NORTH MEDFORD (489) — Monica Godfrey 50-45—95; Lauren Hunter 66-63—129; Brittany Granstrom 63-68—131; Yazmin Gamble 65-69—134.

EAGLE POINT (489) — Lindsay Neussl 52-48—100; Keri Mayfield 62-65—127; Sariah Beal 62-64—126; Loresa Mayfield 70-66—136.

CRATER (Inc.) — Fallon Wallace 42-43—85; Daniele Giles 42-44—86; Mariah Mills 71-61—132; Breanna Souza 51-WD.

ASHLAND (Inc.) — Carly Walker 51-71—122; Jordan Schweitzer 64-60—124; Maya Timmons WD.


Roseburg 8

Junction City 0

In a nonleague meeting, only one tandem of Tigers was able to get two games on the board against the Indians, who easily won all eight matches.

Junction City, a Class 4A competitor, brought over 30 athletes to the Umpqua Valley Tennis Center so the matches were just one-set long to allow for more.

Fiona Johnson, Claire Hittle, Varneet Brar and Andrea Chiou all kept their perfect singles records intact for the Indians.

On the doubles side, Lauren Baque and Hannah Cooperrider; Cheyanne Woodrow and Jordan Merrifield; Morgan Novak and Sarah Royce; and Monica Hall and Courtney Ullom all picked up wins.


Fiona Johnson, R, def. Morgan Blankenship, JC, 8-0; Claire Hittle, R, def. Kenzie Kuanduch, JC, 8-2; Varneet Brar, R, def. Janessa Francois, JC, 8-2; Andrea Chiou, R, def. Andie Williams, JC, 8-1.


Lauren Baque-Hannah Cooperrider, R, def. Mekaela Larson-Amanda Goodwin, JC, 8-2; Cheyanne Woodrow-Jordan Merrifield, R, def. Kiley Mehlbrech-Olivia Curran, JC, 8-6; Morgan Novak-Sarah Royce, R, def. Sierra Starr-Jessica Egli, JC, 8-0; Monica Hall-Courtney Ullom, R, def. Dylan Kenyon-Madi Kinkake, JC, 8-1.

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