Golf: Sequim High squads sink Bremerton, North Mason

Sequim’s golfers were on target last week, with both boys and girls teams picking up a pair of Olympic League wins.

In a make-up match on April 17 at Gold Mountain Golf Course in Bremerton on April 17, Adrian Aragon’s nine-hole round of 44 led the Wolves’s boys to a 187-191 victory.

Joey Kang shot a 46, while Cody Dunscomb added a 48 and Lars Wiker posted a 49.

“It was a good win for us on a course that many of our guys have never played before,” SHS coach Greg Glasser said.

While the boys were earning a four-shot win, Sequim’s girls had an easier time against a Bremerton squad featuring just one player, winning 187-273.

Kendra Dodson took medalist with a round of 45, a personal best, while teammates Sara German (47) and Raimey Brewer (50) also each set personal bests. Ava Johnson shot a 48, Taryn Johnson a 49 and Emily Post finished with a 50.

On April 18 at home, Sequim’s girls got a tougher challenge from North Mason, but Ava Johnson’s 45 on the front nine helped lead the Wolves (6-1) to a 193-203 victory. Taryn Johnson shot a 48 while German and Post shot 50s to round out Sequim’s scorers.

On the boys’ side, Aragon won medalist honors with a nine-hole round of 3-over-par 39 and Wiker shot a 42 as the Wolves (3-5) defended their home course — and won their third of their past four matches — in a 174-195 win over visiting North Mason.

Dunscomb shot a 45 and Kang a 48 to round out Sequim’s scorers.

Looking ahead

The Wolves were scheduled to play at the Duke Streeter Invitational in Port Angeles on April 23; results were not available at press time.

Sequim is at Olympic on April 25 and at North Kitsap on April 26 before playing at the North Kitsap Golf Invitational in Poulsbo on May 2.

Sequim is at the Olympic League championships in Kingston on May 6.