Falcons slide by Cedarcrest, Sultan / Boys golf

Paced by Ryan Wenzek, the South Whidbey High School boys golf team topped two conference foes in a three-team meet Thursday, April 26, at the Useless Bay Golf and Country Club.

The Falcons shot a 237 to defeat Cedarcrest (247) and Sultan (329).

Wenzek tied for medalist honors with Cedarcrest’s Hayden Whetten and Sultan’s Tyler Aamold with a six-over 41.

Gabe Jacobson-Ross was second for the Falcons with a 43. Brent DeWolf carded a 47, Noah Ratcliff 50, Soren Bratrude 56 and Dane Saxton 58.

South Whidbey has a rematch with Archbishop Murphy in the final regular-season match at 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 1, at the Battle Creek Golf Course.

The Wildcats are the only Cascade Conference team to beat the Falcons this year, winning 240-251 April 25.

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