Wahkiakum handed Adna boys golf its first and only loss of the season just six days ago. This time, the Pirates got revenge — and in the best way.
Three Pirates shot in the 40s as Adna rebounded for a 190-200 victory over the Mules to claim the Central 2B League title on Tuesday at Riverside Golf Course.
It’s the first time in recent memory that Adna boys golf has won the league title, Adna coach
Braeden Salme led the Pirates with a 44, followed by Chris McGuire with a 47, Chase Collins with a 48 and Aaron Aselton with a 51.
Wahkiakum’s Brody Carlson was match medalist, shooting a 42. Logan LaBerge shot a 44, Avery White-Hiatt had a 55 and Braxton Johns finished with a 59.
Columbia Adventist also competed but only had one golfer, Braiden Ermshar, who shot a 46.
Adna improves to 6-1 and heads to the 1B District IV tournament at Mint Valley Golf Course in Longview on April 28.