White River sweeps Patriots, EHS girls get victory | MONDAY GOLF

BOYS GOLF White River 41, Washington 24 GIRLS GOLF Enumclaw 82, Auburn Mountainview 75 White River 63, Washington 11

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White River 41, Washington 24

October 10 at Brookdale Golf Course

White River: Cooper Franklin 38; Joe Flanigan 43; Blake Coogan 50; Drew Thompson 51; Justin Smith 53; Brock Keller 54.

Medalist: Franklin (WR) 38.

White River record: 8-0 league and overall.

GIRLS GOLF

Enumclaw 82, Auburn Mountainview 75

October 10 at Enumclaw Golf Course

Enumclaw: Lexi Dechon 46; Kennedy VanHoof 47; Emma Murphy 50; Maddison Gates 51; Rylie McCann 55; Taylor Anglin 55.

Medalist: Caitlyn Roades (AM) 42.

Enumclaw record: 8-0 league, 15-1 overall.

White River 63, Washington 11

October 10 at Brookdale Golf Course

White River: Georgia Lavinder 48; Sophia Lavinder 53; Taylee Goethals 53; Megan Cash 54; Emma McGregor 56; Alex Fredrick 63.

Medalist: G. Lavinder (WR) 48.

White River record: 8-0 league and overall.

 

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