EHS GOLF: Hornets maintain grip on lead

Enumclaw’s boys golf team maintained its grip on the league’s top spot with an 83-76 win over Peninsula Thursday at Canterwood Country Club. The Hornets lost a Sept. 20 match with Auburn Mountainview 98-81 to tie the Lions for the SPSL 3A top spot with matching 5-1 records.

Enumclaw’s boys golf team maintained its grip on the league’s top spot with an 83-76 win over Peninsula Thursday at Canterwood Country Club. The Hornets lost a Sept. 20 match with Auburn Mountainview 98-81 to tie the Lions for the SPSL 3A top spot with matching 5-1 records.

Against Peninsula, the Seahawks’ Devin Findley earned medalist honors with a 1-over par 37. EHS’s Colton McCluskey and Beau Brock were not far off pace, finishing at 2-over par.

McCluskey was at the top of the leader board against the Lions. He and teammate Tyler Salsbury carded even-par 36s at Auburn.

Girls

Madeline Petellin led the Lady Hornets with a 5-over par 40 medalist performance Sept. 20 against Auburn Mountainview. EHS topped the Lions 127-106 at home and then beat Peninsula 134-93 Thursday, also at home, to boost their league record to 5-1, second behind undefeated Decatur.

In Thursday’s contest, Petellin was EHS’s top finisher coming in at 6-over par 41. Peninsula’s Rachel Lewis earned medalist honors for her 5-over par 40.

 

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