Stangs snag district golf title

  • Wednesday, October 25, 2017 3:15pm
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Redmond High’s golfers won the 3A SeaKing District title on Tuesday at the Riverbend Golf Complex in Kent. The Mustangs finished with 65.5 points and Lakeside took second with 38.6 points.

Redmond’s Connor Golembeski birdied the first hole in a sudden-death playoff to beat teammate Sean Kato and earn medalist honors. Both finished the round with one-under scores of 71.

Both qualify for state in the spring along with fellow Mustangs Ryan Ho (tie for 10th with a 75) and Sebastian Rudnicki (tie for 23rd with an 80).

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