The Mount Si Wildcats girls golf squad consisting of Tori Berger, Erika Groshell, Alli Miller, Kasey Maralack, Annie Burns and Tate Baker finished in eighth place at the 4A state golf tournament on May 22 at the Hangman Valley Golf Course in Spokane. Photo courtesy of Stephen Botulinski

The Mount Si Wildcats girls golf squad consisting of Tori Berger, Erika Groshell, Alli Miller, Kasey Maralack, Annie Burns and Tate Baker finished in eighth place at the 4A state golf tournament on May 22 at the Hangman Valley Golf Course in Spokane. Photo courtesy of Stephen Botulinski

Wildcats girls golf team captures eighth place at 4A state tournament

Mount Si finishes the 2019 season strong on the links.

  • Wednesday, May 29, 2019 10:05am
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The Mount Si Wildcats girls golf team finished a memorable 2019 season with an eighth-place finish at the 4A state golf tourney on May 22 at the Hangman Valley Golf Course in Spokane. Kasey Maralack earned a 12th place individually, tallying 159 total strokes during the two-day tournament. Tori Berger finished in 22nd place, compiling a total of 165 strokes.

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