Kramer leads the local contingent at NCS golf, qualifies for D-1 tourney

File photo – From left to right, Talon Vigil, Mason Alway, Mitchell Lyell and Jack Kramer.

St. Bernard’s sophomore Jack Kramer shot a round of 74 to tie for fifth overall at the North Coast Section boys Division-2 golf tournament on Monday.

Kramer, who placed second to Eureka’s Talon Vigil in the H-DNL this season, led the way for the local contingent at the Valley of the Moon club in Santa Rosa.

As one of the top 18 on the day, the SB standout will now advance to next week’s D-1 NCS championships, the only H-DNL golfer to move on.

Arcata’s Mason Alway had the next best score among the H-DNL’s 10 golfers at the tournament, finishing just outside the top-18 with a round of 78.

Vigil and Del Norte’s Kai Russell both shot an 82 for the next best individual H-DNL scores.

As league champions, the Eureka Loggers qualified as a team and shot a 346.

Branson shot a 311 to win the team championship, while Windsor’s Will Hoff shot a 71 to win the individual championship.

Eureka’s Andrew Stewart capped a good season with a round of 85, while teammate Julian Goodman shot an 86. 

Also competing, Eureka’s Jerome Lyons and Arcata’s Beck Pedersen each shot a 93, while McKinleyville’s Mitchell Lyell had a round of 97 and Eureka’s Nate Hill shot a 104.

The NCS D-1 championships will take place at the Lone Tree Golf Course in Antioch.

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