The Aberdeen High School boys golf team headed west for a home match as we take a look at Wednesday’s local sports on the Harbor.
PREP BOYS GOLF
W.F. West 243, Aberdeen 253
Playing on the Ocean Shores Golf Course for the first time, Aberdeen dropped a 2A Evergreen League match to W.F. West 243-253 on Wednesday.
“We saw this as an opportunity for our players to experience another top-notch course. Also, Chehalis had an early release so they could travel a little farther,” said Aberdeen head coach Dan Sundstrom, who noted the scores were a bit higher than usual due to his players’ unfamiliarity with the course. “The results of the match were not what we wanted, but the experience was well worth it.”
Bobcats Baylor Ainsworth (45), Hunter Eisele (47) and Charlie Ancich (49) each posted sub-50 scores for the 9-hole match.
“Playing bogie golf on a new course is great,” Sundstrom said.
W.F. West’s Weston Potter won Medalist honors with a low round of 41.
W.F. West (243) – Weston Potter 41, Carter Hinkley 43, Jake Remund 53, Braden Jones 55, Emmett Goodman 55.
Aberdeen (253) – Baylor Ainsworth 45, Hunter Eisele 47, Charlie Ancich 49, Spencer Hill 54, Trevon Ramos 58.
Tenino 198, Hoquiam 214
Hoquiam fell to Tenino 198-214 on Tuesday at Highland Golf Course in Cosmopolis.
Riley Montoure led the Grizzlies with a score of 47 while Tommy Catron posted career-low of 49 in his 9-hole round.
“Although it was wet most of the day, the weather was great and the course is starting to soften a bit for some better scoring,” Hoquiam head coach Terry Helland said.
Tenino (198) – David Dallaire 42, Jaxson Gore 49, Ethan Baxter 53, Preston Snyder 54.
Hoquiam (214) – Riley Montoure 47, Tommy Catron 49, Oliver Costales 51, Konnor Stigall 67.
Elma 4, North Mason 1