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High School Golf Extra
The Wolves boys golfers just missed a win against the undefeated Olympic Trojans on March 19 in Bremerton.
Coach Bill Shea said the teams played in heavy rains with many of the players learning how to manage the extreme weather for the first time in a match setting.
Sequim Wolves’ nine-holes — Anthony Pinza 42, Travis Priest 42, Jack Shea 47, Jesse Francis 52, Alex McCracken 52 and Ty Jones 59 — top five 235.
Olympic — Trent Ferris 37, Denver Carlile 44, Aaron Kundera 46, Sean Walters 51, Zack Thornton 52, Scott Perkins 54 — Top five 230.
Girl golfers play well in back-to-back
The Wolves played in a three-way non-league match against the Kingston Buccaneers and North Kitsap Vikings on March 20 at the Whitehorse Golf Course in Kingston. In a rarity, the Wolves tied with the Vikings with a total of 276. Sequim’s Elisa Lee took the team’s lowest score with 49 strokes, whereas the Buccaneers’ Aimee Zehurng shot 46.
Team scores: Sequim, 276, North Kitsap 276, Kingston 289.
Sequim - Elisa Sallee, 49, Maddy Fisher 51, Annika Lawrence 57, Kailee Price 58, Caitlin Stofferahn 61, Brianna Kettel 64 — 276.
The next day the girls shot lights out against the Olympic Trojans at the Rolling Hills golf course in Bremerton.
Through two hail storms, the girls moved to 3-0 in league and 3-1-1 overall shooting 278 using a team score in a double-par pickup format. The Trojans did not have enough players so they forfeited the match.
Sequim 278 — Maddy Fisher 49, Elisa Sallee 53, Brianna Kettel 56, Caitlin Stofferahn 58, Kailee Price 62, Cecilee Wech 62
Olympic no team score — Kendra Willis 58, Bri Lutz 65, Lucy Winters 68, Megan Turner 70.