BREMERTON — The Port Angeles men’s golf team began its 2022 season with a 198-209 win over Bremerton at Gold Mountain Golf Course.

Edun Bailey led the way with a 42 for the Roughriders, the best score of the day for both teams. Phoenix Flores shot a 50, Dalton Ross shot a 51 and Redi Schmidt shot a 55.

Two other runners only shot seven holes due to darkness. Nate Anderson shot a 42 while Isaac Shamp carded a 48. The JV golfers went six holes due to darkness. Brock Tejeda had the best score at 38, while Corey Young shot a 39, Tony McMahan 43 and Jack Harrelson 47.

Sequim 186, Bainbridge 206

BAINBRIDGE – The Sequim Boys Golf Team defeated 3A Bainbridge at Wing Point Golf Club this weekend.

“With both teams playing their first game of the season, the scores were higher than anyone would have liked. However, Wolves held on and took the win,” coach Sean O’Mera said. .

The Sequim boys are the defending Olympic League champions and fire most players from that team. Wolves didn’t get a chance to go to the state last year, but finished second in the state in 2019, the last year the tournament was held.

A member of that mighty 2019 team, Ben Sweet, led all golfers with a best score of 39, Wolves’ top 3 handily dominated Bainbridge. Dominic Riccobene shot 44 and Pryce Glasser fired a 47. Cole Smithson didn’t have his best day, but he managed a 56 for Wolves’ fourth tally.

“The conditions on the island were magnificent. Mostly clear skies and sunshine for the first hour, then darkness started to creep in. Lars Wiker and Zackary Thompson had to play the last hole in near darkness, but they still got through,” O’Mera said.

“I’m really proud of all the guys. They had fantastic attitudes for the most part and they had fun all day. Special thanks to Lars and Zack for playing their first college golf games.

girls golf

Port Angeles 236, Bremerton 246

BREMERTON — The Port Angeles women’s golf team, shorthanded due to the Roughriders’ extended basketball season, beat Bremerton by 10 strokes in the Riders’ first game of the year this weekend at the Gold Mountain Golf Course.

Sydney Fryer of the Riders, playing his first college game, tied for first with Katie Marchant and Saylah Commerton, all with 58. Lauryn Chapman shot a 62, while Brenna Furnice and Mia Neff each carded 63.