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South Whidbey boys golf takes second

Falcon senior golfer Austin Drake tries to putt in for a bogey on the fourth hole at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club on April 22.  - Ben Watanabe / The Record
Falcon senior golfer Austin Drake tries to putt in for a bogey on the fourth hole at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club on April 22.
— image credit: Ben Watanabe / The Record

Anton Klein finished in fifth place overall in a three-way boys golf meet against 4A Monroe and 3A Oak Harbor on Tuesday, April 22.

South Whidbey placed second in the competition at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club through an on-and-off rainstorm and strong wind gusts.

Oak Harbor won the meet with a low score of 341 strokes through 14 holes, par 55. South Whidbey scored 375 strokes, and Monroe 398, despite having the meet’s medalist in Owen Fenner who finished the shortened round with 57 strokes.

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