Mount Si girls golfers take first loss of the season

  • Tuesday, April 4, 2017 12:07pm
  • Sports

The Mount Si girls golf team took their first loss of the season to Eastlake on Thursday, March 30, on Mount Si Golf Course’s front nine holes.

The Wildcats ended the game with a total score of 241, 20 shots behind Eastlake.

Junior Kat Hodgson and senior Rachel Warnke took the top spots on their team by shooting 41 and 48 point games. Freshman Tori Burger, who finished with 49 points, rounded out the top three as the only other player on the team to end with a score under 50.

The team’s next match will be against Bellevue at 3:15 p.m. on April 6, at Mount Si Golf Course.

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