Sullivan leads Skyline boys, Eastlake girls third in state golf tournaments | Prep sports news

The Spartans' boys and Wolves' girls both finished in third place in the team scoring at the state golf tournament

Skyline finished the boys golf season with a third place showing at the 4A state tournament at Camas Meadows, led by the the seventh place finish of Kelley Sullivan.

Sullivan shot 73-75-148, just six strokes off individual state champion Rudy Caparas of Lynnwood, and ended the tournament in a three-way tie for seventh.

Brian Mogg, a future Washington State Cougar on the links, shot 79-77-156 to finish in a tie for 30th. Michael Butler shot 79-79-158 and ended in a tie for 34th.

Issaquah’s Zack Overstreet finished in a tie for 10th place, shooting 76-73-149. Barret Dowling shot a first round 88 for the Eagles, missing the cut.

Scott Nielson led the way for Eastlake, ending his tournament in a four-way tie for 16th place after shooting 77-74-151.

Spencer Weiss, who will continue his career at the University of Washington, shot 76-77-153 for the Wolves.

Eastlake tied for seventh place in the team scoring, as Puyallup won the title.

Eastlake girls earn best team finish in school history at state

Ashley Fitzgibbons led Eastlake’s girls golf team at Club Green Meadows, shooting 79-76-155 to help her team to a program best third place finish.

Maddie Nelson finished in ninth place with a 78-79-157, just in front of teammate Jamie Midkiff, a future Washington State Cougar playing in her fourth and final prep state tournament, and her two day total of 76-83-159.

Hannah Choi was the first player on the wrong side of the cutline after shooting a first round 92 for Issaquah. Emily Chun shot 100 and also missed the cut for the Eagles.

Alivia Brown of Bellarmine Prep won the individual title with a 76-72-148, and the Lions also took the team scoring title.

McKenna Boit finished in 10th place in the 3A girls state tournament at Lewis River, shooting 83-86-169.