Mount Si boys golfers qualify for state

  • Thursday, October 17, 2019 11:37am
  • Sports
Mount Si’s Drew Warford notched first-round 4A KingCo medalist honors and the Wildcats won the medalist tournament en route to earning a team state spot in May. At the 36-hole tournament on Oct. 15 at Snohomish Golf Course, Redmond beat Mount Si, 574-577, for the overall title and both teams qualify for state. Scores were: Drew Warford (68-73-141), Cooper Neil (72-69-141), Hogan Warford (71-75-146), Nate Harris (75-75-150), Buddy Dann (78-74-152) and Noah Lange (81-80-161). Drew Warford and Neil are first-team all-leaguers and Hogan Warford is an all-league second-teamer. Courtesy photo

Mount Si’s Drew Warford notched first-round 4A KingCo medalist honors and the Wildcats won the medalist tournament en route to earning a team state spot in May. At the 36-hole tournament on Oct. 15 at Snohomish Golf Course, Redmond beat Mount Si, 574-577, for the overall title and both teams qualify for state. Scores were: Drew Warford (68-73-141), Cooper Neil (72-69-141), Hogan Warford (71-75-146), Nate Harris (75-75-150), Buddy Dann (78-74-152) and Noah Lange (81-80-161). Drew Warford and Neil are first-team all-leaguers and Hogan Warford is an all-league second-teamer. Courtesy photo

Mount Si’s Drew Warford notched first-round 4A KingCo medalist honors and the Wildcats won the medalist tournament en route to earning a team state spot in May. At the 36-hole tournament on Oct. 15 at Snohomish Golf Course, Redmond beat Mount Si, 574-577, for the overall title and both teams qualify for state. Scores were: Drew Warford (68-73-141), Cooper Neil (72-69-141), Hogan Warford (71-75-146), Nate Harris (75-75-150), Buddy Dann (78-74-152) and Noah Lange (81-80-161). Drew Warford and Neil are first-team all-leaguers and Hogan Warford is an all-league second-teamer. Courtesy photo


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