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CK golfers sweep Lincoln on road

TACOMA — Central Kitsap’s boys and girls golfers picked up big wins against Lincoln on the links this week, with the guys topping the Abes 42-15 and the girls winning 81-62.

In the boys match, Drew Melcher took medalist honors with a 41 on Brookdale’s par-36 course. Jordan Swanberg shot a 45 and Steve Cook was right behind him with a 46. Logan Healy-Tuke also shot a 46 and Eric Anderson finished with a 50 for CK.

Lincoln’s top golfer, Ryan Long, shot a 49.

For the girls, Alexis Grigg was medalist thanks to a 48. Lindsey Robison scored 18 Stableford points for CK and Samantha Lacey added 15. Brei Rasmussen-Dodd earned 14 and Lindsey Howard scored 8.

Lincoln’s top female was Karina Shelton with 24 points.

Olympic wasn’t as fortunate, as both squads fell to Peninsula. The boys dropped the match 166-87 and the girls lost narrowly 80-71 at Rolling Hills, a par-35 course (70 for the boys).

In the boys’ match, Peninsula’s Kevin Kiter led the way with a 70 for par. Javier Cabillo was tops for Oly with a 85 and Caleb Williams shot an 87.

Krysta Ishler was the top girl for Peninsula with a 46. Oly was led by Amanda Snyder’s 54 while Ruthie Parsons and Shalyn Hersel each shot a 56.

Boys lacrosse

The Klahowya boys lacrosse squad couldn’t quite hang with Tacoma in the rematch of the Lions’ 19-5 win against the Eagles earlier this season. This tmie, Tacoma won 15-5.

Karl Neumann had 2 assists and Chris Hawk scored 4 of the Eagles’ goals in the loss and added an assist as well. Seth Hertenstein also scored and Danny Zimny also had an assist for Klahowya.

Klahowya (9-3) played Puyallup on Friday, the only other team to top the Eagles this season. Results were unavailable at press time.

A win against Puyallup would put Klahowya in second place in the Olympic Division of the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Asssociation’s Division II.

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