Elma continues to find ways to win while Montesano ran into a tough Seton Catholic squad as we review recent boys prep golf action involving Twin Harbors teams.
BOYS PREP GOLF
Elma 185, King’s Way Christian 192
The Elma Eagles performed both mentally and physically en route to a 185-192 win over King’s Way Christian on Tuesday at Club Green Meadows in Vancouver.
In a meet featuring two evenly-matched teams, it was the Eagles that conquered the course, with Cason Seaberg and Grant Vessey earning co-Medalist of the Match honors with identical scores of 42.
Elma’s Joaquin Seymour and Robby Santos rounded out the Eagles’ top four with scores of 50 and 51, respectively.
“What a scramble of a match this turned out to be. So many ups and downs on the course throughout the day. Managing the mental game was the only way we prevailed,” Elma head coach Collin McMaster said. “Our boys kept their composure with the challenges they faced, and I am most proud of them for that aspect. Keeping the mental game together has been turning into an asset of ours lately, and its #1 priority in this game.”
Elma (185) – Cason Seaberg 42, Grant Vessey 42, Joaquin Seymour 50, Robby Santos 51.
KWC (192) – Jackson Lovato 45, Tegen Trang 46, Cooper Sprague 50, Barrett Brahmer 51.
Seton Catholic 158, Montesano 186
Despite several respectable scores, Montesano fell to Seton Catholic 158-186 on Thursday at the Heron Lakes Golf Course in Portland, Oregon.
Monte was led by Colton Grubb (42), Ayden Sauer (45) and Gavin Root (49), each of whom posted sub-50 scores with Caden Grubb rounding out the Bulldogs final score with a 9-hole round of 50.
But Seton Catholic was paced by Medalist of the Match Jacob Parker and teammate Carson Helm with scores of 35 and 36, respectively.
Seton Catholic (158) – Jacob Parker 35, Carson Helm 36, Mason Glassmire 43, Zach Catherall 44.
Montesano (186) – Colton Grubb 42, Ayden Sauer 45, Gavin Root 49, Caden Grubb 50.