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WRHS GIRLS GOLF: Lady Hornets improving as season winds down

“We are playing better and improving,” coach Jer Argo said, but it’s not translating into wins for the White River High girls golf team.

The Hornets suffered a 78-36 loss to Fife Thursday. Tia Johnson shot 52 for 12 points. Drew McCarty and Sutton Mills each carded 63 for six points and Taylor Wombacher shot a personal-best 61 for seven points.

On Sept. 29 on their home course at Tapps Island, despite a season-high 40 points, the Hornets suffered a 55-40 loss to Franklin Pierce. Johnson led White River with 51 and 11 points. Mills set personal-bests shooting 56 with 10 points. McCarty shot 58 for eight points and Caitlyn Miller had seven points.

At The Home Course Sept. 27 against Steilacoom, WRHS lost 62-32. Miller led the Hornets, shooting 55 with 10 points. Danielle Garner set her personal-best at 60 for eight points and Mills contributed a 62 with six points.

With two matches remaining in the regular season, the Hornets hope to finish strong with Sumner Thursday at Linden Golf Course. Tee time is 3:15 p.m.

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