WRHS GOLF: Miller off to May's state golf tourney

White River High Lady Hornet Caitlyn Miller earned one of the few berths into May’s state 2A girls golf tournament with her performance on the Cascade Course at Gold Mountain Golf Complex in Bremerton.

Miller finished the two-day event with a 196 stroke total. After shooting 102 for Day 1, she carded 94 for Day 2 the No. 6 spot.

Hornet teammate Sutton Mills tied for 16th and won a playoff for the last spot in the spring West Central District state-qualifying tournament. Ashlea Mills tied for 22nd and won her playoff and is the fifth alternate to WCD.

On the boys side, White River High golfers Trever Anderson, Tanner Sherstobitoff, Ryne Petersen and Ryan Kolisch earned a spot in the West Central District spring state golf qualifying tournament.

At Gold Mountain’s Olympic Course, Anderson, despite a fractured pinky finger, shot 89 Oct. 18 for a two-day total of 173 for 10th and a spot in the spring tournament.

Sherstobitoff and Peterson each totaled 178, tying for 15th place. They had a playoff with Peterson winning the first hole. Kolisch had a two-day total of 182, tying for 17th and won his playoff in dramatic fashion over Travis Cox of Fife to qualify for the WCD as the first alternate. As a team the boys took third place at the medalist tournament.

Coach Jer Argo said overall there were four playoffs in 2A golf and White River golfers won all of them.


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