Ashlynn Verhaaren and Courtney James each had a hole in one in the Graham-Kapowsin High School girls golf team’s match against Emerald Ridge on Thursday at Lipoma Firs Golf Course in Puyallup.
Verhaaren recorded her hole in one on the second hole and James on the eighth.
Emerald Ridge still escaped with a 70-64 victory, with Jill Sanders earning medalist honors with a 3-over-par 39.
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Rogers 57, Bethel 43: Despite the loss, Emma Johnson of the Braves collected her sixth medalist distinction on the year, shooting a 1-over-par 38.
Auburn Riverside 81, Bonney Lake 29: The Ravens cruised to victory behind Jennifer Kim, who shot 1-over-par 37 round at High Cedars Golf Course.
Curtis 75, Todd Beamer 54: Hunter Hechtman shot 2-over par 37 to lift the Vikings at Meadow Park Golf Course.
Sumner 69, Auburn 45: Brandon Hazel earned medalist honors, finishing at 1-over par 37 at Auburn Golf Course.
White River 46, Franklin Pierce 42: A battle at Brookkdale Golf Course led to a nail-biting win for the Hornents.
Cooper Franklin shot a 5-over-par 41 to lift White River.
Auburn 3, Enumclaw 2: The Trojans (7-3, 6-3 3A SPSL) sealed a victory by winning the first three games of the match.
The win was in part of a dominating performance by singles players Bryan Thornquist of Auburn, who won 6-0, 6-0, and teammate Troy Preshun who won 6-2, 6-0.
Enumclaw won two straight doubles matches to produce the final 3-2, the Hornets fell to 3-7 after Thursday’s loss.
Bonney Lake 3, Lakes 2: The Panthers won three straight doubles matches to earn the win.
Lakes’ Micah Schroeder took the No. 1 singles match, 7-6, 6-4, and teammate Anthony Diaz followed with a win in the No. 2 singles match, 7-5, 6-4, but Lakes could not hold on for its first win.
Stadium 5, Timberline 0: The undefeated streak continues for the Tigers, sweeping their seventh match of the season.
Stadium’s Blake Wilcox lost the first game of the No. 1 singles match, 6-0, before storming back to win the next two against Timberline’s Alex Breach, 6-0, 6-1.
Tyler Mick crusied to a 6-0, 6-0 victory in the second singles match as Stadium improved to 9-0.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
In a three way meet between Fife High School, Orting High School and Washington High School, the Trojans' Maddison Ruther emerged as the victor.
Ruther finished with a time of 23 minutes and 4 seconds as Fife beat Washington, 27-28, and Orting, 15-50.
Washington beat Orting, 15-50.
FIfe’s Samantha Carter finished second in 23:15.
Graham-Kapowsin 15, Spanaway Lake 50: The Eagles' Amber Kreier finished first with a time of 22 minutes and 1 second, setting a new personal record for a 5,000 meter race.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Lathian Briant finished in 18 minutes, 10 seconds, with teammate Joshua Terre right behind him in 18:11 as the Fife High School boys cross contry team defeated Washington and Orting in a three-team meet on Thursday.
Fife’s Axel Mejia was third in 18:21 and Orting freshman Mason Lowdermilk was fourth in 18:31. Orting’s Nic Alther took fifth in 18:40.
Caleb Foxx was Washington’s top finisher, placing seventh in 18:44.
Tumwater 26, W.F. West 54, Black Hills 55: The T-Birds came out victorious in the midst of a three-team meet on Thursday.
Although W.F. West placed second on the day J.P. Guyer was the winner of the 5,000-meter race with a time of 16:41. Evan Groat of Tumwater finished just 13 seconds after Guyer with a time of 16:54.