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The Olympian |
TUMWATER - Jarred Bossio and Kyle Kanda each shot an even-par 36 on Wednesday to lead the Capital boys golf team to a 192-200 victory over Tumwater at Tumwater Valley Municipal Golf Course.
"It was a good nonleague match," Tumwater coach Scott Killough said.
"The players were really looking forward to it because a lot of them know each other."
Tommy Kjorlaug's 37 led the Thunderbirds in the loss.
"We would have liked to play a little bit better, but 200 is a good score," Killough said. "Capital is a solid team, so it was a good match."
Timberline 200, Centralia 224
It took a stron team effort by Timberline to beat Centralia at Capitol City Golf Course.
"The first four played really solid," Timberline coach Don Backman said. "It was really good."
Cameron Peck and Ben Talbot led the Blazers to victory with rounds of 1-over-par 37. John Jordan was one stroke behind his teammates.
Derek Garland shot a 39 to lead Centralia.
Capital 4, Yelm 1
Capital improved to 10-1 overall and 8-1 in the Class 3A Western Cascade Conference by sweeping every match but the No. 2 singles contest, where Yelm's Charlie Spencer beat Michael Chappell 6-1, 6-0.
David Golden won the first singles match for Capital, 6-0, 6-2 over Jeremy Steves.
In doubles, Capital's Chris Gravesen and Anthony Litchfield were victorious in the first flight, Jacob Schulte and Riley Miller prevailed at No. 2, and David Shaw and Suvir Bharil dropped just one game at No. 3.
Chehalis 4, Tumwater 1
Chehalis' doubles teams got the better of Tumwater and the Bearcats won the Class 2A Evergreen Conference match at Tumwater.
"Chehalis played very well," Tumwater coach Jim Click said. "Their doubles team played very strong. It took them a little to warm up then they took the momentum, and the doubles play was the difference in the match."
The teams split the singles matches. Yasser Kanh took the No 1 match for Chehalis. Spenser Haynie won at No. 2 for the Thunderbirds.