By The Chronicle Workers
WF West closed the common season robust with a 240-280 victory over Rochester on the Riverside Golf Course on Monday.
Senior Bearcat Camryn Bostwick received the medalist of the match (43) with a blow to teammate Tukker Rosbach (44) with a 43. Dirk Plakinger shot a 46, Brock Bunker a 48 and Hunter Delisle a 49.
“They’ve a number of guys who can play,” Rochester coach Eric Holmkvist stated. “It was the second greatest day. We performed effectively.
Rochester was led by Luke Barth’s 52, whereas Rowdy Edminster shot a 53, Brady Moen a 56, Hyde Parrish a 59 and Xavier Mendez a 60.
Rochester drops to 2-4 general and can host the Black Hills on Wednesday and shut the common season with a non-league residence recreation in opposition to Montesano on Monday. WF West will now spend the rest of the week making ready for the Districts, which takes place March 17-18 at Mint Valley Golf Course in Longview.
The Warriors are on observe to ship a full squad to the Districts for the primary time in Holmkvist’s three years as head coach. The Warriors had beforehand despatched up 4 or 5 gamers over the previous three years.
“It is a good factor to need to ship so many,” stated Holmkvist.
Tigers cannot sustain with bobcats
Centralia could not match Aberdeen’s robust swing on Wednesday, shedding 208-284 in a 2A Evergreen Convention recreation on the street.
Senior Jesse Kuykendall was the Tigers’ prime golfer, capturing a 43, which was 5 strokes behind the sport’s medalist.
“Jesse performed effectively,” Centralia coach Hal Gronseth stated. “It was his greatest rating of the season. He is in a position to take a number of hits, however he performed fairly effectively.
The Tigers’ solely different senior, Andrew Mitchell, shot a 53, whereas Wyatt Baumel shot a 57, Brady Sprague a 64 and Sawyer Terry a 67.
“Andrew has been proper in these 50s all season lengthy,” stated Gronseth. “He had one other constant experience.”
Aberdeen’s Nolan King was the match medalist with a 38, whereas Charlie Anciah shot a 39, Baylor Ainsworth a 42, Logan Sequin a 44 and Trevin Nichols a forty five.
Centralia drops to 0-5 on the season and welcomes Tumwater on Wednesday within the season finale.