FHHS golfer Herbert qualifies for state

We’re off to State. Friday Harbor High School Golf team member Keegan Hebert played his way into 8th place to earn a spot at the State Tournament. Twenty competitors from two Districts, representing six schools played off for the top nine positions. Keegan played a solid round with a score of 101 on the demanding Gallery Golf Club on Whidbey Island.

Teammates Jess Kowolitz missed first alternate by one shot and finished 11th out of 20. Right on his heels was Cole Thomas who finished 12th on shot behind his teammate. Teammates Jordan Davis and freshman Dylan Posenjak went along to help cheer on their fellow team members.

The State tournament will be played at Columbia Point Golf Club in Richland, WA on May 27 – 28. We will be headed to the Tri-Cities on Tuesday to get a practice round under our belts. This is why we practice hard for the last two months; making it to the finals makes it all worth the effort.

2015 Boys Bi - District Championships / State Qualifier

Top 9 out of 20 qualify for State

School Grade NAME Score

  1. La Conner 12 Wilson Crawford 85
  2. Crosspoint Academy 9 Charlie Jones 88
  3. Grace Academy 12 Jeremiah Lee 88
  4. Cedar Park Christian-MLT 12 Zach Wallace 89
  5. Cedar Park Christian-MLT 12 Aaron Gillis 91
  6. Grace Academy 11 Austin Likes 92
  7. Crosspoint Academy 9 Alex Weirth 95
  8. Friday Harbor 11 Keegan Hebert 101 
  9. La Conner 10 Scott Lindeman 102
  10. Crosspoint Academy 9 Max Watne 111
  11. Friday Harbor 11 Jesse Kowolitz 112 
  12. Friday Harbor 11 Cole Thomas 113
  13. Lopez Island 9 Nick Zoerb 116
  14. Lopez Island 11 Erik Paton 116
  15. Lopez Island 11 Alexandre Cloute MC
  16. Crosspoint Academy 9 DJ Doty MC
  17. Seattle Lutheran 12 Hawk Ehart MC
  18. Cedar Park Christian-MLT 10 Dillon Wallace MC
  19. Grace Academy 9 Treton McKinny MC
  20. Mount Vernon Christian 9 John Phifer MC

 Written by Friday Harbor High School Golf Coach Jack Rice

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