The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

WHS Mule Golf


One by one, the Wahkiakum Mules golf team continues to recover from a recent automobile accident, when their vehicle, waiting at a temporary light on SR 4, was struck from behind by a driver traveling full speed.

Heidi Bruntmyer was medically cleared to play by April 26, when she competed in an 18 hole, modified Stableford system in Astoria. She scored a 33 to finish in 12th place in a field of 24 golfers in the girls only event.

At a five school, nine hole match hosted by Life Christian Academy on May 1, Bruntmyer shot a 58.

Tyler St. Onge and Bryce Good were medically cleared to play on May 1 against LCA as well.

St. Onge medaled with a score of 40, and Good hit a 47.

Valente Guitron, Kaleo Silva, and Michael Martin filled the remaining spots for the Mules, according to Assistant Coach Eli McElroy. They shot 50, 56, and 59, respectively.

The team took second in the field of five, losing to Life Christian Academy by two points, 193-191.

Zach Johnston has been cleared and will play in the Mules' next match today (Thursday), McElroy said. Logan LaBerge, Elijah Doiron, and Kaden Anderson are still recovering.


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