Skyline High School golfer places second at state

August 2, 2011

By Staff

Brian Mogg, a Sammamish resident who attends Skyline High School, finished second in the boys 14-15 division at the Washington Junior Golf Association state tournament last week in Walla Walla.

Mogg finished the tournament July 29 with a 216 total and finished three strokes behind first-place winner Frank Garber, of Kirkland. Mogg shot a 71 on the final day at the Walla Walla Community Club. Although he matched Garber on the final two days of the tournament, Mogg fell three strokes behind the Kirkland player on the first round and never overcame the deficit.

Spencer Weiss, of Sammamish and Eastlake High, finished in a tie for 10th with 220.

In the boys 16-17 division, Li Wang, of Sammamish and Eastlake, was third at 213. He was just three strokes behind winner Tyler Salsbury, of Enumclaw.

In the girls 12-13 division, Ashley Fitzgibbons, of Sammamish, finished second at 241. She was just one stroke behind first-place Sarah Lawrence, of Duvall.

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