In a battle of non-league foes, Central Kitsap got the best of Sequim and the windy conditions at The Cedars at Dungeness golf course on Wednesday.
On the girls’ side, CK’s Katie Lee shot a 41 for medalist honors to lead the class 4A Cougars in a 17-shot win (249-266) against the class 2A Sequim.
Hailey Estes shot a 45 and Elisa Sallee shot a 48 through nine holes to pace Sequim.
“The scores were extremely good for our second match of the year,” Sequim coach Garrett Smithson said. “(Central Kitsap) is coming off of a second place team showing at the 4A state meet last year and is usually a golf powerhouse in the Narrows League.”
On the boys’ side, Sequim’s Ryan O’Mera earned medalist honors with a 37, but Central Kitsap had four players shoot 41 or better in a 201-211 Cougar win.
Paul Caswell (38) and Aubrey Mackenzie (39) led the CK squad.
Sequim’s Brendon Hudson shot a 42 and Casey Torres finished with a 43 to round out Sequim’s top three.