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King’s boys golf claims dual meet against South Whidbey

King’s conquered South Whidbey in boys golf at the Falcons’ home course of Useless Bay Golf and Country Club on Thursday.

The Knights finished with 345 strokes through 14 holes, par 55, against South Whidbey’s 377. King’s JackRyan O’Neil finished as the meet’s medalist with a match-low score of 61 strokes.

South Whidbey’s top golfer, Anton Klein, finished in third place overall with 65 strokes. No other Falcon finished under 70.

South Whidbey: Jon Rasmussen, 73; Jeff Bueler, 78; Zac Kelly, 79; Ian Saunsaucie, 82; and Austin Drake, 84.

 

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