Seven golfers played for state | Bonney Lake and Sumner

On this side of the mountains, golf is played in the fall but the state championship tournament is played in the spring.

On this side of the mountains, golf is played in the fall but the state championship tournament is played in the spring.

Seven golfers from Bonney Lake High School and Sumner High School played in the tournament on May 28 and 29.

Bonney Lake

Curtis Koltermann and Quinn Williams represented the Panthers in the championship.

Koltermann finished round one with a score of 77 and round 2 with 79. He tied for 18th place with a total of 156.

Williams scored 79 in round one and 80 round two. He tied for 32nd overall with 159.

Sumner

The Spartans sent five to the state tournament. Three of the five played in both rounds.

Matthew Stevens finished with 174 and tied for 36th place. He scored 87 in both rounds.

Connor Smith tied for 38th finishing with a total of 175. Smith scored 82 in round one and 93 in round two.

Riley Bruil and Alec Esterbrook played only in round one and they both scored 92.

On the girls side, the Spartans sent Tianna Munroe. She played in both rounds scoring 103 in the first and 98 in the second.

Munroe finished with a total of 201 and tied for 28th place.

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