Glacier Peak claims 3A girls golf title

SEATTLE — Three seniors — and a lot of motivation — helped Glacier Peak claim its second Wesco 3A girls golf title in the last three years.

After winning the title in 2010, the Grizzlies finished just short last season. Thanks to a victory in the Wesco 3A tournament Thursday at Jackson Park Golf Course, Glacier Peak found itself on top once again.

“Two years ago we won and graduated a bunch of seniors,” said Glacier Peak head coach Kelvin May. “Last year we finished in the top two or three. But we didn’t have any seniors so everybody came back this year and knew they were close, so they were driven to come back out and really wanted to win the league. It was one of their goals for the year.”

Glacier Peak finished the year with 28 team points, three ahead of second-place Shorecrest.

Isabella Seda (fifth place) and Dani Durand (seventh) — who both were on the first-team all-Wesco South team — shot 91 and 92 respectively to lead the Grizzlies. Their third senior, second-team all-Wesco South selection Alisa Wilson, finished 12th overall shooting 99.

“We’re definitely excited,” May said. “It’s just the culmination of a lot of hard work throughout the season for them.”

Glacier Peak sophomore Megan Christie was also named to the all-Wesco South second team.

At Jackson Park G.C.

18 holes, par 72

Team scores: Glacier Peak 28, Shorecrest 25, Oak Harbor 24, Stanwood 20, Marysville Getchell 20, Shorewood 16, Meadowdale 13, Mountlake Terrace 11, Everett 11, Marysville Pilchuck 7.

Oak Harbor: Annie Leete 82 (medalist), Bree Rederos 95, KC Winfield 102, Resego Mooki 103, Katie Brockway 106. Shorecrest: Audrey Penner 86, Claire Mrozek 89, Stephanie Taylor 89, Mackenzie Dixon 116, Anna Thompson 118, Sophia Stine 118. Glacier Peak: Isabella Seda 91, Dani Durand 92, Megan Christie 93, Alisa Wilson 99, Erika Stormerson 105. Mountlake Terrace: Sydella Yonker 92, Kirsty Dale 123, Sara Smart 127, Mackenzie Gardner 135, Joy Gardner 144. Marysville Getchell: Jacquelyn Martin 96, Ploy Supadit 103, Kaitlin Oskam 104, Mikaela Schwartz 106, Emily Kelley 111. Shorewood: Junelle Broulette 99, Jane Tarabochia 100, Rachel Miller 110, Kirsten Olson 111, Janelle Williams 125. Everett: Emily Anderson 100, Olivia Hollingshead 103, Via Anderson 124, Haley Burns 127, Katie Gwyn 135. Meadowdale: Ana Maria Beall 106, Morgan Rood 112, Clair Hyoju Kim 119, Brooke Bonnell, Hailey Matlbie 148. Stanwood: McKenzie Enge 107, Sam Powell 108, Sydney Henrickson 115, Eva Ludwig 118. Marysville Pilchuck: Eryn Hall 124.

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