The Bainbridge Spartans girls team had the best performance at state golf on May 23-24.
The girls finished sixth as a team through the two rounds in Lacey with a combined score of 728 strokes. The champions were Bellevue at 622.
On the first day, the Spartans team made the cut at sixth place with 76 over, 12 strokes above the cut. Sara Kreigh ended the tournament at 40th with 181, but was 28th through the first 18 with an 86. Elise Walters was at 33rd with an 88. The senior finished her career 29th with 173 total.
Grace Charintranont ended the first day in 45th with a 93. On the second day, she finished 38th with 180. Hailey Fink and Mae Wysong were side-by-side on the first day, shooting 97 and 98. Wysong withdrew on the second day. Fink finished her senior year 58th with 194.
The girls team was the only full team to compete at state. On the other hand, the Bainbridge boys sent three golfers to state in Olympia.
Andrew Jobes was the lone Spartan to make the cut, finishing 57th after the first day at 82. Jobes finished with an 87 and placed 60th with a total of 169.
Andrew Grinter and Dane Byers both finished 113th with a 90 and failed to make the second-day cut.
In the 2A boys division, North Kitsap’s Mac MacKinnon had the best first-day finish, ending 38th with an 82 and qualifying for the second day. He ended state 18th with a total of 169.
Jake Poggi did not qualify for the second day, finishing 58th with an 88.
Kingston’s Ashton Purser struggled on the first day, finishing 75th with a 94. Olympic’s Noah Shaw fell a few strokes behind with a 99.
Olympic’s Chelsea Bevan was the only Kitsap golfer in the 2A girls division. She finished 60th with 104. In the 1A girls division, Klahowya had two golfers.
Daniella Garvin ended 22nd with 109. Myah Nelson was 39th with 129. Preston Collins was the final golfer who competed at state. South Kitsap’s Collins finished 111th with 94.