Issaquah finishes 9 strokes short of Eastlake

April 9, 2013

The weather wasn’t fooling around April 1 when the sun gleamed above the Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course as the Issaquah High School girls golf team hosted the Eastlake Wolves.

“The season has been really good and the weather has been really good, too, which has helped,” Issaquah head coach Tom Bakamus said. “I am really proud of the girls. They shot really well today. I know they were a little scared of this team, but they knew what they were up against and they performed really well under pressure.”

By Lillian O’Rorke Mersadie Tallman, Issaquah High School sophomore, eyes her ninth-hole drive during the April 1 match against Eastlake.

By Lillian O’Rorke
Mersadie Tallman, Issaquah High School sophomore, eyes her ninth-hole drive during the April 1 match against Eastlake.

Issaquah’s No. 1, sophomore Mersadie Tallman, finished first that day with 37 strokes on the par 36. Eastlake’s top three golfers, all tying for second place with 39s across the board, however, countered her lead. The Wolves won, 214-223.

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