Li Wang finished as the runner-up in the 4A boys state golf tournament for the second straight year, this time leading his Eastlake team to the scoring championship for the first time in school history.
Wang shot 70-76-146 and was finished the day two strokes behind Brian Humphreys of Camas.
Spencer Weiss ended the tournament in a tie for eighth place after a two day total of 152. His second day round of 74 matched Humphreys, who built along with Wang and Eddie Abellar of Union ended the first round in a three-way tie at 70.
Will Sharp cracked the top-25 with a 77-80-157 and Josh Grace made the cut to finish in the to-40 with an 80-86-166 as the Wolves ran away from second place Kentridge by nearly 30 points.
Mogg third to pace Spartans
Brian Mogg, who won the Bill Egbers Memorial tournament less than two weeks ago against top prep golfers from all state classifications, finished in a tie for third with Abellar, shooting 73-76-149 to earn the highest finish for a Skyline golfer and help his Spartans to third place in the team scoring.
Kelly Sullivan also made the cut for Skyline and picked up a top-15 finish, ending the tournament in a tie for 12th with five other golfers at 154.
Issaquah’s Zach Overstreet was only five strokes off the pace after day one and finished in a tie for 18th with a 75-80-155. Bryan Jung made the field for the Eagles and shot 86 on the first day, missing the cut.
Eastside Catholic’s Andy Ehrig made the cut with a 79 on day one and finished with a 178 after a 99 on the second day of play at the 3A boys tournament.
Wolves girls third
All three of the Eastlake girls who made the 4A state tournament field at Club Green Meadows made the cut and finished the tournament in the top-15, led by the seventh place finish of freshman Ashley Fitzgibbons.
Olivia Benzin of Bellarmine Prep won the title in a playoff as Fitzgibbons shot 79-84-163 to lead the Wolves.
Jamie Midkiff finished in a tie for 10th with a 78-88-166 and Maddie Nelson was only a stroke behind in a four-way tie for 12th at 167.
Bellarmine Prep won the team scoring title for the fourth year in a row.
Tallman gets top-20 finish for Eagles
Issaquah’s Mersadie Tallman made the cut for the Eagles and finished her tournament in a tie for 19th place with an 84-86-170. Brya Vowels shot 106 on the first day for Skyline and missed the cut.
McKenna Boit shot 101 and Taylor Martinez carded a 103 on the first day for Eastside Catholic at the 3A girls tournament, missing the cut.