Hail covered the green at Mount Si Golf Course on the girls golf team’s senior night event. Courtesy Photo

Girls golf team takes fourth in Suncadia, defeats Skyline on Senior Night

A hailstorm and a 233-256 win over rival Skyline made the Mount Si High School girls golf team’s Senior Night, Thursday, April 27 memorable. It also gave the team a 5-1 season record as the girls finish one more week of regular-season play.

Earlier in the week, the girls had an outstanding day at the 11th annual Suncadia Invitational. Kat Hodgson, Auni Edwards, Rachel Warnke, Tori Berger and Annie Burns represented Mount Si in the 23-school tournament and claimed fourth place.

Currently in KingCo, Kat Hodgson is ranked second, closely trailing Issaquah’s Jeemin Nam, in first. Auni Edwards is ranked 10th, Tori Berger, 15th, Payton Smothers, 23rd, Rachel Warnke 28th, Annie Burns 29th and Ashley Miller, 33rd.

Today, the girls play Inglemoor and Thursday, they travel to Liberty. The KingCo Medalist Tournament is Monday, May 8, followed on May 9 by the District 2 contest to qualify for one of the 11 berths to the state tournament.

Follow Mount Si Girls Golf at http://www.mtsigolf.com/mountsigirls.

Mount Si High School’s girls golf team celebrated five seniors, from left, Morgan Ross, Rachel Warnke, Ashley Miller, Auni Edwards and Peyton Smothers. Courtesy Photo

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