WRHS GOLF: Miller earns medalist honor
It was a close match for the White River girls golf team Sept. 13 as they came up short against Fife 50-42 in league play on the Trojans’ home course, but the Hornets came away 53-31 winners Thursday over Sumner.
Caitlyn Miller earned medalist honors in the White River win with a 13-over par 49 at Linden Golf Course in Sumner.
Fife’s Kendall Gray earned medalist honors with a 41-stroke performance for 23 points during the match with the Trojans.
Top point-getters for White River were Miller, 12, and Sutton Mills and Danielle Garner, 10 each.
The Hornets’ boys team picked up a 62-48 win over Fife Sept. 14 and then watched as Sumner squeaked by 66-62 Thursday on its home course at Linden.
In the win over the Trojans, White River’s Zahn Brooks and Ryne Anderson shared medalist honors at 4-over par 39.
Against Sumner, that honor went to the Spartans’ Tom Murphy who shot a 3-over par 39.
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For the last decade, Ellen Boyd has been taking care the city of Buckley, most recently as its director of the youth center, senior center and parks department. So when Ellen was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian germ cell cancer, her friends decided it was time the community she dedicated her life to should come out to support her.
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