Kat Hodgson, left, and Tori Berger represented Mount Si High School at the state golf tournament May 22 to 24 at MeadowWood Golf Course in Liberty Lake. Courtesy Photo

Hodgson ties for 13th in girls state golf tournament, May 22-24

  • Wednesday, May 31, 2017 1:30am
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Mount Si High School golfers Kat Hodgson and Tori Berger represented the school May 22 to 24 at the state championship golf tournament at MeadowWood Golf Course in Liberty Lake.

Hodgson placed fifth in the district tournament May 8 and 9 to qualify for state. Berger finished Districts in 13th, qualifying as a second alternate to the state event.

“Katwas part of a very deep, talented field of 80 players from across the state and represented Mount Si tremendously well,” wrote Stephen Botulinski, the girls head golf coach.

Hodgson tied for 13th place in the state tournament overall. Her total score for the two days of play was 155.

The winner of the individual tournament, Cassie Kim of Davis High School, shot 141, 3 under par for the two days. The team winner for overall points was Bellarmine Prep, winning their eighth consecutive team title in the 4A division.

“This was Kat’s second time participating in the state tournament,” said Botulinski. “Tori Berger also qualified out of our district as the second alternate and both girls will be back next year. Great performance Kat!”

Find the full results of the tournament at http://wiaa.com/golfscores.aspx.

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