Salsbury takes second; Hornet golf finishes third

Enumclaw High sophomore Tyler Salsbury scored a runner-up finish at the Class 3A golf tournament in Richland, Wash., Wednesday, with back-to-back even-par performances at Meadow Springs Country Club.

The Hornets finished third overall.

Salsbury, who entered Round 2 of the competition in fourth, finished two-strokes behind champion Scott Kim of Hanford, who shot a 2-under par 70 for the opening round.

Fellow Hornet, senior Jordan Beals finished 18th at 152. Senior Jake Erickson came in 29th and Tim Livermore was 42nd to help the Hornet effort.

Hanford and Mount Vernon tied for first with 85.20 points with Enumclaw taking third with 76.50.

On the girls side, Kelly Sweeney, who started the second day of competition in 21st, was EHS's top female golfer finishing 12th with a two-day 160-stroke performance at Horns Rapid Golf Course. Teammate Torey Schreiner also placed in the Top 20.

The Hornets finished fourth behind Holy Names Academy, Mercer Island and Bainbridge.

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