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Two qualify for state, others still in running | ENUMCLAW HIGH GOLF
A pair of Enumclaw High golfers must now wait until spring, but have guaranteed themselves a berth in the Class 3A state championships.
During qualifying rounds last week, Tiffany Wilkening and Madeline Petellin earned a trip to the 3A state tourney, planned for May 21-22 in Vancouver. Playing the Cascade Course at Gold Mountain Golf Complex, Wilkening finished with a two-day total of 165, good for a third-place tie. Petelllin wound up fourth with a two-round total of 168.
While they are the only two to have secured a state berth, five other Enumclaw High golfers remain in the chase for a spot at state.
On the girls side, both Tammy Wilkening and Kadyn Eldridge played well enough to land berths in the West Central District spring qualifier – giving them one more opportunity to nail down a berth in the state tourney. During last week's competition, Tammy Wilkening totaled 178 for two days and Eldridge finished at 182.
Teammate Maddie Pillo shot 192 and is an alternate to the spring qualifier.
On the Hornet boys side, Josh Erickson totaled 170 for two rounds last week, placing him in the WCD spring qualifier. Bill Miller also shot 170, but is an alternate to the spring qualifying tournament.
The boys played Gold Mountain's Olympic Course.