Top Performer: Cooper Franklin, White River
Shot two-under-par 33 — in win over Foster and Highline
White River 54, Highline 30, Foster 7: Cooper Franklin’s two-under-par 33 was all the Hornets needed to earn their 11th victory of the season and clinch the 2A SPSL Mountain title. Franklin also earned his seventh medalist distinction of the year for the Hornets.
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Franklin Pierce 37, Fife 31: The Trojans’ Micah Flynn put forth a nine-over-par 45 to earn medalist honors, despite the loss to the Cardinals.
Top Performer: Madi Lawrence, Franklin Pierce
Shot a 14-over-par 51 — in 43-28 win over Fife
Franklin Pierce 43, Fife 28: The Cardinals round out their season with a win behind Madi Lawrence, who shot a 14-over-par 51 round to lead her team over the Trojans.
Top Performer: Ryleigh Hawkins, Timberline
First place in 200 medley relay, 200 freestyle relay and 100 breaststroke — in 142-25 win over Mount Tahoma
Timberline 142, Mount Tahoma 25: Ryleigh Hawkins’ first-place finishes in the 200 medley relay, 200 freestyle relay and 100 breakstroke were more than enough for her to carry the Blazers over the T-Birds.
Fife 99, Renton 33: Despite the Trojans getting away with the victory, Kayla Honmyo won three races for the Indians, including the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and the 200 freestyle relay.
Steilacoom 146, Foster 13: The Forbes sisters, Emily and Rachel, each won big in their match for the Sentinels as they came home home with a combined six victories.
Rachel Forbes helped the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay teams win and she finished in 1:01.67 to win the 100 freestyle.
Emily Forbes won the 50 freestyle in 27.33, the 100 backstroke in 1:10.51 and helped the 400 freestyle relay team to a first-place finish.