Falcons finish 11th at B-E Invitational / Girls golf

The South Whidbey High School girls golf team finished 11th out of 23 teams at the Burlington-Edison Invitational Monday, April 22, at the Skagit Valley Golf and Country Club.

All but one of the schools that placed ahead of the Falcons were from a higher classification. Sammamish won the tournament with 356 strokes. South Whidbey tallied 464.

The tournament format called for each team to have three girls play 18 holes and two play nine.

Emma Leggett paced the Falcons by shooting 98 over 18 holes, good of 16th in the individual standings. Tori Schuller had a 110, and Alyssa Ludtke carded a 113.

Bella Pierce, playing nine holes, finished with a 71, one stroke ahead of Caitlin Sullivan.

South Whidbey plays King’s at 3 p.m. Thursday, April 25, at the Useless Bay Golf and Country Club.

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