BHS girls slay Franklin 91-54 in golf

The Bainbridge High School varsity girls golf team bested Franklin 91-54 in an away match Tuesday, Sept. 24.

It was the team’s fifth outing of the year and upped their overall season record to 4-1. They have not lost a game since their debut match, on Sept. 9, against Holy Names Academy.

Against Franklin, Kendall Havill and Makena Miller tied for the honor of top Spartan scorer, each shooting 47 (earning 26 points) at West Seattle Golf Course.

Anna Kozlosky shot 53 and earned 20 points. Hayden Jobes shot 54; Charley Halbert and Maya Wilder came in at 56; Elise Walters, 61; and Gabby Edwards, 62.

Aside from being the team’s fifth outing overall, and second away match of the year, it was also their last slated away match of the year; their remaining five matches all being scheduled to take place at Wing Point Golf & Country Club.

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

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