Local prep golfers compete at state 3A, 2A tournaments

Golfers from all four local high school were in Eastern Washington Tuesday for their respective tournaments, both boys and girls, both 3A and 2A

  • Wednesday, May 25, 2016 4:02pm
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The following are local results for area golfers who participated Tuesday in the opening round of the two-day state Class 3A and Class 2A tournaments.

Enumclaw, Bonney Lake and Sumner participate in 3A and White River in 2A.

Listed are the golfer’s name, school, first-day placing and first-day round.

3A BOYS GOLF

The Creek at Qualchan (Spokane)

Josh Erickson, Enumclaw, tie 11th, 74

Curtis Kolterman, Bonney Lake, tie 11th, 74

Carson Erwin, Enumclaw, tie 23rd, 78

Jared Beals, Enumclaw, tie 28th, 79

Connor Lees, Bonney Lake, tie 28th, 79

Dylan Miller, Enumclaw, 81 (did not make cut, will not play Wednesday)

3A GIRLS GOLF

Indian Canyon Golf Course

Lexi Dechon, Enumclaw, 32nd, 92-90-182

Claire Selmer, Sumner, 101 (did not make cut, will not play Wednesday)

2A BOYS GOLF

Horn Rapids Golf Course, Richland

Cooper Franklin, White River, tie 10th, 77

Joe Flanigan, White River 109 (did not make cut, will not play Wednesday)

2A GIRLS GOLF

Columbia Point Golf Course, Richland

Sofia Lavinder, White River, tie 29th, 96

Sydnee Scott, White River, tie 38th, 98

Jordanne Fray, White River, 103 (did not make cut, will not play Wednesday)

Georgia Lavinder, White River, 103 (did not make cut, will not play Wednesday)

Maci Goethals, White River, 105 (did not make cut, will not play Wednesday)

 

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