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Girls golf team beats Ottumwa at home

By Bill Gatchel | Apr 20, 2017
Photo by: File photo Allison Vogel gets ready to take a shot at the ball off the tee.

The Washington girls golf team won over Ottumwa in a home meet Tuesday, April 18, by a final of 193-229.

Sarah Nacos led the team with the low score of 39, followed by Allison Vogel with a 47, Megan Strabala shooting a 50 and Carly Burlingame with a 57.

Coach Leonard Kull says the girls are doing well after three meets.

“They have scores in the low 190s and they are gradually improving and working hard.

“I’m pleased with their effort,” he says. “Sarah continues to play at a high level and Carly is shooting in the mid-50s.

“That’s significantly lower than last year, it’s a nice improvement.”

The next time the girls play is Monday, April 24, at Mt. Pleasant, something which Kull is looking forward to.

“We’ve had three home meets and now we are traveling for a while.

“Playing on the road provides different challenges and I hope the girls perform well.”

The meet at Mt. Pleasant begins at 4 p.m.

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