Bulldogs are meet champions

Ogden girls show off their medals after winning the Panorama Invite. See story for full identification. -Photo provided

What a tremendous outing for Ogden’s lady golfers Monday, April 23, finishing on top of six other teams in the Lake Panorama Invite. Bulldog Maranda Wheelock was medalist at 42, three strokes ahead of the runner-up, CeCe Sturdivant of Des Moines Christian. 




1. Ogden 215

2. Des Moines Christian 217

3. Panorama 229

4. Woodward-Granger 252

5. Earlham 264

6. ACGC 297

7. Madrid 298


Placing third overall was another Bulldog, Michaella Walker, who carded 51. Other members of the winning team were Ashton Boggess at 57 strokes; Faith Mohr, 65; Ramsey Ross, 73 and Elizabeth Stonehocker, 77.


At Lakeview Country Club


The boys and girls golf teams paired up the following night at Lakeview Country Club with two  other teams, Van Meter and ACGC (Adair-Casey/Guthrie Center). Both Bulldog teams finished second behind Van Meter.

Ryan Nichols finished two strokes behind medalist Anthony Lowman of Van Meter, to claim runner-up honors. He led Ogden with a score of 41.Tying for fifth overall were Bulldogs Jacob Hildreth and Kayden Kruse at 45 strokes. Jacob Kathman and Jade Thompson finished with 46 each. Carson Hayes stroked 48 on the day. 

Meet winner Van Meter tallied 170, followed by Ogden at 177 and ACGC with a score of 215.

Wheelock had the day’s third best score among the girls, carding 48. Kylie Carey of Van Meter was medalist at 38 and teammate London Wille took runner-up with a score of 44. Walker and Boggess each finished at 55; Mohr, 59; Shaylie Johannsen, 66; and Emma Blair, 75. For a team, the Bulldogs scored 217. Van Meter was winner at 184. ACGC ended the day at 289.

Read more in the May 2 issue of The Ogden Reporter.

PHOTO ID: With the return of some missing varsity competitors and a better prepared supporting cast, the Bulldogs were able to win the Lake Panorama Invite with a team score of 215. A large part of the success was the invite medalist Maranda Wheelock, left, who shot a 42, and third place finisher Kayla Walker (right) finishing at 51 strokes.