Hornets young, talented and ready to swing | Enumclaw High Boys Golf

The Enumclaw boys golf team is looking for another strong season with sights set on each match and postseason.

The Enumclaw High boys golf team roster

The Enumclaw boys golf team is looking for another strong season with sights set on each match and postseason.

Coach Bob Kilmer said although the team lost some seniors, including one of the best in the state, Tyler Salsbury, the prospects for this season look good.

Kilmer said he has a “young but very talented group.”

Seniors Junior Condon and Beau Brock should bring in some very strong rounds. Junior players expected to have solid seasons are Ian Runland, Kolton Tinney and Tom Hudon.

Last year the Hornets finished second in the South Puget Sound League 3A, but had won the league for nine consecutive years.

It will be no surprise to see the Hornets return to the top of the league with this team.

Enumclaw is scheduled for a 2:30 p.m. tee time Sept. 11 against Lakes aat Oakbrook Country Club.

The first home match is 2:45 p.m. Sept. 13 against Auburn Mountainview.

 

Roster:

Carson Erwin, Josh Erickson, Michael Hinman, Dylan    Miller, Bill Miller, Chase Muller, Chase Vranizan,     Caleb Coulter, Nick Markonich, Ian Runland, Thomas     Hudon, Kolton Tinney, Junior Condon, Beau Brock, Jason Weller

 

Coaches

Coaches:

Bob Kilmer (head)

Steve Murphy (volunteer)

Bob Burke (manager / volunteer)

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