Falcons drop match to bigger schools / Boys golf

The South Whidbey High School boys golf team finished behind two 4A schools in a four-team match Thursday, April 11, at the Useless Bay Golf and Country Club.

The Falcons shot a 256 to trail Glacier Peak (210) and Lake Stevens (244) in the non-league match. South Whidbey did finish ahead of Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace, which did not qualify for a team score.

South Whidbey’s Gabe Jacobson-Ross shot a 42 to place third in the individual standings. Glacier Peak’s Tyler Spalti and Lake Stevens’ Josh Selby each carded a 39.

Dane Saxton was the next Falcon with a 49. Brent de Wolf and Soren Bratrude each shot 53, Lewis Mattson 59 and Kellen Eager 63.

South Whidbey will host Archbishop Murphy and Cedar Park Christian-Bothell at 3 p.m. Monday, April 15.

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