Eagles rule the roost in boys and girls golf

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Posted 4/7/21

Klahowya dropped two wins into the cup against East Jefferson last week, with victories in both boys and girls golf.

“Our first match with Klahowya was a loss in score but the young team …

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Eagles rule the roost in boys and girls golf

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Klahowya dropped two wins into the cup against East Jefferson last week, with victories in both boys and girls golf.

“Our first match with Klahowya was a loss in score but the young team gained valuable insight into competition. Most of this years players are beginners,” noted EJ Coach Hazli Katsikapes. “The team has been working hard on learning the basics of the golf swing.”

The Klahowya boys won with a team total of 205, while the EJ duffers finished with 225.

Braley Phillips led EJ; he shot 51 on the nine-hole, par-35 Port Townsend course.

Wilder Lewis finished with 55 for East Jefferson, followed by Cade Martin (58), and Lane Liske (61).

Adien Rush shot a 67 on the course, while Isaac Ried had a score of 70.

Klahowya was led by Blake Solvie, who shot a 48.

Katsikapes said the combined Port Townsend/Chimacum team has one returning player — Wilder Lewis — from the previous year, as COVID shortened that season to one match.

The coach also noted that Phillips, an incoming freshman, is showing potential to be a team leader.

“Allysa Vandenberg is going to be a good player for the girls team,” Katsikapes added.

Vandenberg was the standout in action against the Eagles; she shot a team-leading score of 64.

Logan McMichael of East Jefferson finished play with 68.

Klahowya was led by Jorgie Newshem’s score of 57.

The final score was 255-272 with the Eagles taking the win.

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