High school golf championship scores from Wednesday, May 22
Columbia River senior Chloe Bartek capped her high school golf career Wednesday, shooting an even-par 73 and winning the Class 3A state championship by seven strokes.
A healthy dose of focus, a touch of home cooking, and a whole lot of rain made the perfect combination for Brian Humphreys.
The machine from Bellarmine Prep churned its way to another landmark win Wednesday at Club Green Meadows.
The Hockinson boys golf team has been building toward this goal for four years.
Frank Garber successfully defended his title Wednesday, going an extra hole to win the Class 3A boys golf state championship at Tri-Mountain Golf Course.
Humphreys wins 4A boys crown, Bartek takes 3A girls title
Brian Humphreys wins 4A boys crown, Chloe Bartek takes 3A girls title
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Results from Tuesday's opening rounds at the high school state golf tournaments:
Union’s Eddie Abellar and Camas’ Brian Humphreys made good use of their home-course advantage to shoot two-under rounds of 70 to join a five-way tie for first Tuesday at the Class 4A boys golf state tournament at Camas Meadows Golf Course.
After the first day of the Class 4A state girls' golf tournament, the three-time defending champions from Bellarmine Prep of Tacoma positioned themselves to contend for a fourth consecutive trophy.
Defending state champion Frank Garber of Juanita fired a 2-under-par 70 Tuesday at Tri-Mountain Golf Course to lead after the first day of the Class 3A state boys golf tournament.
Shooting a 3-under-par 70 at Lewis River Golf Course, Columbia River senior Chloe Bartek owns a one-stroke lead over defending champion Sierra Bezdicek of Mt. Spokane High School entering Wednesday's final round.
Spring chinook fishing in the lower Columbia River will open Saturday and continue daily, segueing into the summer salmon season debut on June 16.