Boys and girls teams take eighth place at 2A state tournament | Sumner Golf

Kai Taylor took 21st place, with a final score of 167.

Both the boys and girls Sumner High golf teams took eighth place at the WIAA 2A state tournaments held Tuesday and Wednesday.

The boys team played at Chambers Bay in University Place, and finished with 27.5 points.

Kai Taylor took 21st place, with a final score of 167. He racked up 83 points in first round play Tuesday, and 84 in the second round Wednesday.

Carson Dunham finished 31st with a final score of 172. He took 86 points in both rounds.

Joe Bethards came in 40th with a final score of 178. He took 84 points Tuesday and 94 Wednesday.

The girls team played at The Classic Golf Club in Spanaway and finished with 17.5 points.

Olivia Durham finished 29th with a final score of 206. She took 103 points in both rounds.

Anna Babbitt finished 35th with 211 points. She took 101 points on Tuesday and 110 on Wednesday.

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