Monday’s Boys Golf: W.F. West Edges Aberdeen
By The Chronicle
ABERDEEN — W.F. West didn’t have the match medalist but had just enough low scores to earn a 239-244 win against Aberdeen in an Evergreen 2A Conference boys golf match at Grays Harbor Country Club here on Monday.
Aberdeen’s Nolan King shot a 40 to earn match medalist honors. W.F. West’s Tukker Rosbach finished second with a 43 and teammate Camryn Bostick carded a 45 to take third place.
W.F. West’s Jacob Douglass tallied a 47 and Micah Ethel shot a 50. Brock Bunker rounded out the Bearcats with a 54.
Aberdeen’s Nick Farrer shot a 46, Evan Waara shot a 47 and Gavin Timmons carded a 49. Trevon Nichols tallied a 62.
“The team played really well. Two pretty evenly matched teams,” W.F. West coach Matt Klovdahl said. “Tukker (Rosbach) was three under his average, (Jacob) Douglass was two under his average.”
W.F. West (4-1, 4-0) hosts Tumwater at Newaukum Valley Golf Course on Wednesday in an EvCo match.
Rochester Falls to Tumwater
TUMWATER — Rochester’s Logan Fry shot a 48 to lead the Warriors but it wasn’t enough, as Tumwater won 218-299 in an Evergreen 2A Conference boys golf match at Tumwater Valley Golf Course here on Monday.
Tumwater’s Tyler Thompson earned medalist honors with a 37. Matthew Gleizes shot a 44 and Regan Broome finished third with a 45.
Rochester’s Gabe Masias tallied a 57 and Luke Barth shot a 59. Hayden Williams carded a 66 and Xavier Mendez rounded out the Warriors with a 69.
Rochester (0-4) travels back to Tumwater to take on Black Hills on Wednesday in an EvCo match.
At Grays Harbor CC
W.F. WEST 239, ABERDEEN 244
W.F. West (239) — Tukker Rosbach 43, Camryn Bostick 45, Jacob Douglass 47, Micah Ethel 50, Brock Bunker 54
Aberdeen (244) — Nolan King 40, Nick Farrer 46, Evan Waara 47, Gavin Timmons 49, Trevon Nichols 62
At Tumwater Valley Golf Course
TUMWATER 218, ROCHESTER 299
Tumwater (218) – Tyler Thompson 37, Matthew Gleizes 44, Regan Broome 45, Alex Groat 45, Kaden Clark 47
Rochester (299) — Logan Fry 48, Gabe Masias 57, Luke Barth 59, Hayden Williams 66, Xavier Mendez 69