Spartans whup West Seattle 133-104 in boys golf

Even far from home, the Bainbridge High School boys varsity golf team continued their budding streak of Ws Friday, Sept. 20 with a 133-104 win against West Seattle on the far side of the Sound.

The Spartans have not lost a match since their first outing of the season against O’Dea on Sept. 9, and late last week’s victory upped their overall record to 3-1.

The team was again led by perennial top performer Ben Chapman, who shot 40 for 24 points.

Taylor Bjur and Nicholas Zambrano each shot 41 for BHS.

Jasiah George shot 42 and Zachary Cooper shot 43.

Owen Rector, who shot 44, was the last of the top six players whose collective score decided the match in the

Spartans’ way.

The Spartans remained on the road earlier this week, playing Franklin on Tuesday, Sept. 24, and returning home Wednesday to host Cleveland.

They will next play at home at 2:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30 against Eastside Catholic.

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