Falcons lead way in conference tournament / Girls golf

The Falcons, coached by Garth Heggenes, won the Cascade Conference Medalist Tournament title and came away with a fistful of awards Monday at the Snohomish Golf Club.

Kolby Heggenes earned medalist honors with an 80 and was named the league’s Most Valuable Player.

Emma Leggett placed third in the individual standings with a 91 and earned all-league, first-team honors.

Alyssa Ludtke took seventh and landed a spot on the all-league second team.

Olivia Varga shot 114 and Tori Schuller had a 119.

South Whidbey now heads to the suk-district tournament Thursday, May 10, at the North Bellingham Golf Course.

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