Bainbridge boys best Franklin 126-67 in golf

A decisive 126-67 win on the road in West Seattle against Franklin High School upped the Bainbridge High School varsity boys golf team’s overall season record to 4-1 Tuesday, Sept. 24.

It was the island team’s fourth straight win since their debut-match loss to O’Dea on Sept. 9, and their last slated road match of the regular season.

It was an especially strong showing for the Spartan squad, resulting in a two-way tie for top team scorer as both Taylor Bjur and Parker Loverich each shot 41 (earning 23 points apiece).

Ben Chapman, Zachary Cooper and Nicholas Zambrano each shot 43 (21 points).

Owen Rector shot 47, while John Colley finished at 48, and Jack Bennett, at 50.

The island squad next commenced a series of five home matches to close out the regular season, hosting Cleveland on Sept. 25.

They will next host Garfield at 2:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7.

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