Falcon pair heading to state / Girls golf

Senior Alyssa Ludtke and sophomore Tori Schuller will represent the South Whidbey High School girls golf team at the state 1B/2B/1A tournament this year.

The state championship is Tuesday and Wednesday, May 21 and 22, at the Tumwater Valley Golf Course.

Ludtke finished 57th at the 2018 state tournament.

Ludtke and Schuller earned state berths by shooting 107s at the bi-district tournament Tuesday, May 14, at Seattle’s Jackson Park Golf Course.

The pair made the cut by 20 strokes.

“They both played very solid and finished in the middle of the pack for the qualifying girls,” coach Joe Thompson said. “Both girls got off to slow starts on both the front and the back nines but were able to rally on the closing holes to finish strong.”

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