Girls golf sends five to bi-district

South Whidbey girls golf is sending five players to the class 1A bi-district championship after battling through a cold, wet and windy day at the District 1 Championship held at Snohomish Golf Course on Thursday.

Falcon junior Kolby Heggenes, the state runner-up in 2016, finished first with an 83. Senior Emily Turpin was sixth with a 96, while senior Riley Yale placed 10th with a 99. Alyssa Ludtke and Chloe Johnson also qualified for the tournament.

The bi-district championship, a state qualifying tournament, is on May 16 at Jackson Park Golf Course in Seattle. South Whidbey was the state runner-up in 2016.

The Falcons, who won the Cascade Conference title for the second consecutive year, also won the Cascade Conference Medalist tournament on May 9 at Snohomish Golf Course.

More in Sports

SW offense leads Falcons to 2 wins / Baseball

After leaning on its pitching for the first four games this season,… Continue reading

South Whidbey boys take 1st, girls 2nd in 4-team meet / Track

Powered by six first-place finishes, the South Whidbey High School boys track… Continue reading

Falcons trip Turks / Girls golf

The South Whidbey High School girls golf team cruised to a 67-29… Continue reading

Granite Falls buries Falcons early / Softball

The game was all but over after one inning as the visiting… Continue reading

Falcons participate in Everett Invitational / Boys golf

In a field of large schools, the South Whidbey High School boys… Continue reading

Falcons continue string of shutouts / Baseball

It was another game and another shutout for the South Whidbey High… Continue reading

Wildcats slip by Falcons / Tennis

A strong performance in singles play helped Oak Harbor edge the visiting… Continue reading

Falcons claim 5th in par-3 tournament / Boys golf

The South Whidbey High School boys golf team shot a 286, good… Continue reading

South Whidbey finishes 12th at Shootout / Girls golf

The South Whidbey High School girls golf team began the 2019 season… Continue reading

Most Read