SW 5th in 21-school invitational / Girls golf

In a trip to Eastern Washington, the South Whidbey High School girls golf team placed fifth out of 21 schools at the Gamble Sands Invitational in Brewster Thursday, April 19.

“The girls played really well considering they had never played Gamble Sands before,” coach Garth Heggenes said.

Kolby Heggenes fired a 79 to lead the Falcons and place fourth in the individual standings.

Emma Leggett shot 97, a career best, and Alyssa Ludtke and Tori Schuller each carded a 113. Olivia Varga completed the lineup with a 138.

South Whidbey gets back to Olympic League play when it hosts King’s at 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, at the Useless Bay Golf and Country Club.

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