Enumclaw boys win NPSL Olympic tournament | WEDNESDAY GOLF

Team placing (total strokes): Enumclaw, first, 233; Auburn Riverside, second, 241; Auburn Mountainview, third, 243; Todd Beamer, fourth, 246; Thomas Jefferson, fifth, 264; Decatur, sixth, 267; Federal Way, seventh, 278; Auburn, eighth, 293.

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BOYS GOLF

NPSL Olympic Division Tournament #2

October 12 at Auburn Golf Course (Front 9, par 35)

Team placing (total strokes): Enumclaw, first, 233; Auburn Riverside, second, 241; Auburn Mountainview, third, 243; Todd Beamer, fourth, 246; Thomas Jefferson, fifth, 264; Decatur, sixth, 267; Federal Way, seventh, 278; Auburn, eighth, 293.

Enumclaw: Kidder McKee, tie first, 34; Jared Beals, tie first, 34; Matt Hodgman, fourth, 36; Andrew Littman, tie 15th, 41; Riley Hebrank, tie 24th, 43; Ty Albrecht, tie 33rd, 45.

Medalists: McKee (E) and Beals (E), 34.

 

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