Enumclaw boys, girls beat Auburn Riverside | MONDAY GOLF

BOYS GOLF Enumclaw 82, Auburn Riverside 60 GIRLS GOLF Enumclaw 72, Auburn Riverside 66

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BOYS GOLF

Enumclaw 82, Auburn Riverside 60

September 19 at Lake Tapps Golf Course

Medalist: Matt Hodgman (E) 34.

Enumclaw record: 2-0 league, 4-0 overall.

GIRLS GOLF

Enumclaw 72, Auburn Riverside 66

September 19 at Enumclaw Golf Course

Enumclaw: Lexi Dechon 42, Rylie McCann 52, Masyn Whealdon 53, Kennedy VanHoof 54, Maddison Gates 55, Taylor Anglin 64.

Medalist: Jennifer Kim (AR) 41.

Enumclaw record: 1-0 league, 2-1 overall.

 

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