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Taft grad Hatton ties career-low round in College of Idaho’s opener

Taft High graduate Maya Hatton shot a career-low 81 Tuesday to finish 14th in the College of Idaho's season opener in the Multnomah Invitational at OGA Golf Course in Woodburn

Taft girls finish sixth in Special District 2 golf championships

The following news release was issued Wednesday by Taft High girls golf coach Heather Hatton regarding her team’s season, which concluded Tuesday with a...

Young Tigers place fifth at boys golf District championships

Maintaining "it takes the first shovel of dirt or the first brick to begin a new structure," Taft High began building a foundation for...

Taft High boys stand fifth at District golf championships

Saying, “as a team, we feel we are 25 strokes above our potential,” Taft High stands in fifth place entering today’s final round of...

Taft boy golfers wind down regular season with third-place finish

The Taft High boys golf team spent a weekend on the links and touring Central Oregon in preparation for next week's Class 3A/2A/1A Special...

Taft girls tune up game for upcoming District golf championships

The Taft High girls golf team tuned up Monday for next week's Class 3A/2A/1A Special District 2 Championships by touring Santiam Golf Club in...

Three Taft boys golfers post best scores, Brooks leads way to team win

The Taft High boys golf team tuned up for next weekend’s annual trip to Central Oregon for the Special District 2 season finale by winning an 18-hole league match Monday in Dallas.

Taft girls get golf games in gear in two-person scramble

Taft senior Lydia Prins and sophomore Veronica Jin represented Class 3A Taft under near-perfect, windless conditions in preparation for the District tournament May 6-7 at Santiam Golf Club in Aumsville.

Taft girls weather modified event; honor departing senior golfers

The weather wasn't inviting, but the post-match hot chocolate was Thursday as Taft High continued its tradition of using its annual home tournament to honor...

Taft boys slog way to sloppy finish in 18-hole season debut

Golf is a four-letter word, but it probably wasn't the one heard most often Wednesday from Taft High boys coach Andy Morgan while his...

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