Tualatin girls storm to golf tourney victory
McMINNVILLE - Neither bad weather nor the rest of the teams in the Pacific Conference were about to slow the Tualatin High School girls golf team.
The Timberwolves, despite playing in far less than ideal conditions, posted another impressive score as their notched another victory in league tournament play. Tualatin triumphed in Monday's league tourney at Michelbook Golf Club in McMinnville with a team score of 350 strokes. That put the Wolves 92 shots ahead of second-place Canby, which had a total of 442.
'Regardless of the weather, we had a good day,' Tualatin coach Nancy Lee said. 'It hailed and rained so hard on the front nine, but the girls still played well. I'm real pleased. It's the best start we've had to league that I can remember.'
Sophomore Seisha Telles led the way for Tualatin, earning medalist honors with a score of 75. Teammate Aim Trakulchang placed second in the individual standings at the tournament with a round of 82.
Also for Tualatin, Sophie Corr had a round of 96, Sarah West shot a 97 and Cally Kamiya carded a 103.
Tigard finished third in the team standings at the tournament with a score of 448.
Nisreen Malik led the Tigers with a score of 100. Olivia Hurd shot a 107, Chandell Culley had a 113 and Bethany Hansen shot a 128.