The Storm’s No. 1 has plenty to play for in her senior season. She’ll be hoping to improve on a 16th-place finish at state last year.
Ferrier takes over as Bellingham’s top golfer after finishing 25th at the 2A State Tournament last season. She has the talent to lead the Red Raiders.
She didn’t make state last year, but will likely make a push to do so this year. She enters as Sehome’s No. 1 golfer and will help the Mariners be competitive.
Semsak might finally make it to the state tournament this year. She has the potential to get there, and as long as she improves over the season, she’ll probably get it done.
The Red Raiders’ depth is nowhere near where it’s been in past years, but Emma Lochridge gives them a solid No. 2 and has some state experience.