WHS Mule Golf
April 19, 2018
Wahkiakum Mules golfers enjoyed some home cooking while extending their intra-conference nine-hole match record to 7-0 beating North Beach 169-262 on Tuesday at Skyline Golf Course, Cathlamet.
Tyler St. Onge tied Bryce Good for medalist, each shooting 41 and beating Zach Johnston's 42. Frosh Logan LaBerge carded a 45 to complete the four-ball team score.
Heidi Bruntmyer struggled with her putter, shooting 55 to win her heads up individual match with Lana Holt 67.
Also playing for the boys were Elijah Doiron 50 and Kaden Andersen 59.
Last week, Zach Johnston scored 22 points and Tyler St Onge 21 as they respectively finished third and tied for fourth at the Astoria Invitational in an 18-hole modified Stapleford scoring format.
The Mules team finished in second place versus some larger schools on the Oregon coast, scoring 70 points to host Astoria High School's 72 points. Tillamook scored 62 and Ilwaco scored 49.
Bryce Good's 14 and Logan LaBerge's 13 rounded out the Mules four best scores of five golfers. Kaden Andersen scored eight points for the Mules.
Tillamook's Carter Lee was medalist with 35 points, while Ilwaco's Blake Kukula scored 32.
The Mules junior varsity team of Heidi Bruntmeyer 8, Michael Martin 12, Kaleo Silva 10, Robert Will 2 and Victor Hummer 13, totaled a four-best score of 41, finishing third in the JV event to Seaside 94 and Astoria 57.
On Monday at Gear Links Golf Course, Seaside, Bruntmyer finished ninth, scoring 30 points in a modified Stapleford scoring system as the lone entry from Wahkiakum.
Top three teams were Scappoose 161, Astoria 125 and Ilwaco 118. Bruntmyer's 30 points paced Wahkiakum to fifth out of seven schools in the event.
Today (Thursday), they go Chehalis to take on Adna. On Friday, the JV's compete in Astoria; on Monday the team goes to Seaside, and on Tuesday to Ilwaco. Next Thursday, the girls compete in Astoria and the boys go to Life Christian.