Wednesday’s 2A Girls Golf: W.F. West Swings Past Rochester
By The Chronicle
W.F. West had a nice day on the links on Wednesday, defeating Rochester 88-47 in an Evergreen 2A Conference girls golf match at Newaukum Valley Golf Course.
The Bearcats’ Carly Noble earned medalist honors with 26 points and birdied hole No. 3. Teammate Kate Balmelli finished with 24 points and Delanie Calkins added 14.
Haley Simmons scored 13 points and Abbey Link added 11 points, and Whitnee Herr rounded out W.F. West’s scores with seven points.
Allison Beagley led Rochester with 12 points, followed by Nicole Fry and Elizabeth Miller each with 10 points.
Mati Ashton chipped in nine points, Alex Anderson added six points and Shelby Baird was the final Rochester scorer with five points.
W.F. West is back on the links next against Black Hills on Tuesday at Tumwater Valley Golf Course, while Rochester will finish up a match against Aberdeen on Friday at Riverside Golf Course.
Canty Leads Wolves Past Centralia
McKenna Canty notched 32 points and Black Hills beat Centralia, 85-19, on Wednesday in an Evergreen 2A Conference girls golf match at Riverside Golf Course.
Canty shot a 41 to earn match medalist honors, while Lacey Duffy’s 8 points led Centralia.
All five Black Hills golfers scored in double figures, using the Stableford scoring system.
“We’re still kind of trying to grasp even playing nine holes at a time,” Centralia coach Hal Gronseth said, referencing this spring’s wet weather. “We’ll get better.”
Centralia hosts Tumwater on Monday.
At Newaukum Valley
W.F. WEST 88, ROCHESTER 47
W.F. West (88) — Carly Noble 26, Kate Balmelli 24, Delanie Calkins 14, Abbey Link 11, Haley Simmons 13, Whitenee Herr 7
Rochester (47) — Mati Ashton 9, Allison Beagley 12, Nicole Fry 10, Shelby Baird 5, Elizabeth Miller 10, Alex Anderson 6
At Riverside Golf Course
BLACK HILLS 85, CENTRALIA 19
Black Hills (85) — Mckenna Canty 32, Emma Darling 16, Nikki Jones 11, Jacelynn Tyner 13, Taylor Reed 13
Centralia (19) — Lydia Anderson 5, Natalie Elwanger 4, Lacey Duffy 8, Lilly Johnson 2, Emily Meyer