South Whidbey dominates Archbishop Murphy in home match | FALCON GIRLS GOLF

South Whidbey girls golf defeated Archbishop Murphy 115-29 Thursday afternoon at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club.

  • Friday, April 22, 2016 6:59pm
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South Whidbey girls golf defeated Archbishop Murphy 115-29 Thursday afternoon at Useless Bay Golf and Country Club. Falcon sophomore Kolby Heggenes was the medalist, finishing first with 31 points. Falcon senior Tarra Moore was second with 30 and junior Riley Yale was third with 20. Falcon junior Emily Turpin contributed 19 points, while freshmen Emma Leggett and Chloe Johnson scored 10 and 5 points, respectively.

The Falcons play Cedar Park Christian at 3 p.m. May 3 at home.

 

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