Bear Creek senior Oliver Nordberg (pictured) took first at the Emerald City League boys golf championship Oct. 16 at Bellevue Golf Course. He came from two strokes behind after hole 16 and birdied holes 17 and 18 to pull into a tie. He then birdied the playoff hole to win first place and league MVP with a score of 74. Bear Creek freshman Aaron Moore had the best score (79) of any new player and earned Rookie of the Year honors. Nordberg, Moore and senior Jon Campbell earned first team all-league honors. The Bear Creek boys golf team placed second at the tournament behind Seattle Academy. Photo courtesy of Howard Campbell

Bear Creek senior Oliver Nordberg (pictured) took first at the Emerald City League boys golf championship Oct. 16 at Bellevue Golf Course. He came from two strokes behind after hole 16 and birdied holes 17 and 18 to pull into a tie. He then birdied the playoff hole to win first place and league MVP with a score of 74. Bear Creek freshman Aaron Moore had the best score (79) of any new player and earned Rookie of the Year honors. Nordberg, Moore and senior Jon Campbell earned first team all-league honors. The Bear Creek boys golf team placed second at the tournament behind Seattle Academy. Photo courtesy of Howard Campbell

Nordberg notches first at league championship

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Bear Creek senior Oliver Nordberg (pictured) took first at the Emerald City League boys golf championship Oct. 16 at Bellevue Golf Course. He came from two strokes behind after hole 16 and birdied holes 17 and 18 to pull into a tie. He then birdied the playoff hole to win first place and league MVP with a score of 74. Bear Creek freshman Aaron Moore had the best score (79) of any new player and earned Rookie of the Year honors. Nordberg, Moore and senior Jon Campbell earned first team all-league honors. The Bear Creek boys golf team placed second at the tournament behind Seattle Academy. Photo courtesy of Howard Campbell

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