The Lynden girls' golf team dealt with the horrid conditions at the Homestead Farms Golf Resort the best, leading the six-team field with relative ease on Thursday, March 21.
Lynden's Emily Ming led all golfers with a score of 29, followed closely by Meridian's Abbi Rautenberg, who scored 24.
"Our top two girls were fantastic in the terrible conditions," Lynden coach Scott Sahagian in a phone interview. "The course was incredibly wet, and it was nice seeing them play well in the muddy soup."
Young Lee and her 22 points helped Blaine secure a second place finish.
Homestead Farms Golf Resort
Team scores: Lynden 66, Blaine 41, Meridian 33, Sehome 17, Sedro-Woolley 10, Nooksack Valley 3.
Medalist: Emily Ming, Lynden, 29. Abbi Rautenberg, Meridian, 24. Ashlyn Morgan, Lynden, 23.
Lynden: Emily Crabtree 5, Carley Roddy 6, Emily Kuerte 3, Emily Ming 29, Ashlyn Morgan 23.
Blaine: Young Lee 22, Emily Greathouse 15, Lindsey Gillern 4.
Meridian: Abbi Rautenberg 24, Gladys G. 5, Paula Whitey 4, Becca Routhe 0, Larissa Luclen 0.
Sehome: Melanie Henley 10, Danielle Johnson7.
Nooksack Valley: Ashley Heinzl 2, Sarah Heinzl 1.
Sedro-Woolley: Kirsten Jewell 4, Kelsey Johnson 5, Leonna Sligar 1, Jadyn Holmgren 0.