WRHS GOLF: Hornets stage come-from-behind win
White River’s boys golf team came from behind to defeat Steilacoom 61-56 in league match Thursday on the road at The Home Course in Dupont.
Trailing by seven points entering the last group, Ryan Kolisch shot 42 with 12 points and Tanner Sherstobitoff finished at 43 with 11, including pars on the last three holes to pull out the victory.
Trever Anderson was the top Hornet, shooting 39 with 15 points. Zahn Brooks carded a 42 for 12 points and Ryne Peterson chipped in 11 points.
WRHS topped Clover Park 62-6 at Tapps Island Sept. 20. Peterson earned medalist honors with a 2-over par 37 for 16 points. Brooks shot 40 for 13 points and Anderson carded a 39 for 14.
Halfway through the season, WRHS is 4-2, both times losing close matches. After hosting Franklin Pierce Tuesday, the Hornets head to Northshore today, Wednesday, to play Fife.
The Lady Hornets topped Clover Park 36-17 during league play Sept. 20. Hornet Caitlyn Miller earned medalist honors, finishing the par-35 Tapps Island course at 48.
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