Desirae Haselwood takes sixth at Lewis River | Bonney Lake Golf

Panther Curtis Koltermann took 38th place in boys 3A state tournament at Tri-Mountain Golf Course.

The Panther boys and girls golf teams sent one player from each to the WIAA 3A state tournaments, but both took a place in the final standings.

Desirae Haselwood, profiled alongside Spartan Anna Babbitt in the May 22 Courier-Herald, finished in sixth place with a score of 163. She scored 78 points on the Lewis River Golf Course Tuesday, then came back Wednesday to score 85.

Curtis Koltermann finished in 38th place of the 3A boys tournament at Tri-Mountain Golf Course. He had a final score of 169 after racking up 80 points on Tuesday and 89 on Wednesday.

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