Enumclaw wins Olympic Division tournament | WEDNESDAY BOYS GOLF

Enumclaw individual placing: Jared Beals and Matt Hodgman, 36, tie for first; Kidder McKee and Andrew Littman, 39, tie fifth; Riley Hebrank 41, tie 10th; Darian Call, 48.

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NPSL 4A Olympic Division Tournament

September 21 at Enumclaw Golf Course

Team placing (total strokes): Enumclaw, first, 239; Auburn Riverside, second, 258; Auburn Mountainview, third, 269; Federal Way, fourth, 272; Todd Beamer, fifth, 283; Thomas Jefferson, sixth, 289; Decatur, seventh, 314; Auburn, eighth, 335.

Enumclaw individual placing: Jared Beals and Matt Hodgman, 36, tie for first; Kidder McKee and Andrew Littman, 39, tie fifth; Riley Hebrank 41, tie 10th; Darian Call, 48.

Tri-medalists: Jared Beals (E), Matt Hodgman (E), Jay Kim (AR), all 36.

 

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