Three advance to tournaments in May | Bonney Lake Golf

The 3A state qualifying tournament was on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at the Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton. Enumclaw, Auburn Mountainview, Decatur, Peninsula, Bonney Lake and Lakes played against each other.

The 3A state qualifying tournament was on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at the Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton.

Enumclaw, Auburn Mountainview, Decatur, Peninsula, Bonney Lake and Lakes played against each other.

Enumclaw won first place for both the boy’s and the girl’s, ending the season as league champs.

On the boy’s side, three players from Bonney Lake advance to the state tournament scheduled for May 2014.

Curtis Koltermann placed first and automatically advanced to state. Quinn Williams and Kash Koltermann advanced to the spring qualifier tournament for another chance to play in the state tournament.

For the girl’s, Bonney Lake finished in fifth place and no players advanced to the state tournament or the spring qualifier.

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