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Sports Blog: Girls’ golf standings

The girls’ golf season is almost to the playoffs — six weeks down, one week left — and courtesy of Ferndale coach Margie Hovde, we have where all the golfers and teams stand. Here’s the list for the Northwest Conference:

Teams:

Rank Team Total strokes 18-hole average
1. Bellingham 3,081 440
2. Squalicum 3,128 447
3. Mount Baker 3,244 463
4. Burlington-Edison 3,434 491
5. Ferndale 3,454 493
6. Anacortes 3,583 512
7. Sehome 3,974 568
8. Meridian 4,140 591
9. Lynden 4,228 604
10. Sedro-Woolley 4,301 614
11. Blaine 4,389 627

Individuals:

Rank Golfer School 18-hole average
1. Jade Ming Lynden 88.17
2. Christina Kim Squalicum 92.17
3. Maddi Atwood-Knudson Squalicum 92.67
4. Alex Ferrier Bellingham 94.5
5. Anna Ratzlaff Meridian 100.2
6. Sadie Steele Bellingham 100.8
7. Natalie Verry Mount Baker 101.7
8. Emma Lochridge Bellingham 103
9. Gemma Wilson Mount Baker 103.7
10. Bria Henthorn Mount Baker 104.2
11. Erin Wood Bellingham 104.7
12. Jordan Flannery Squalicum 105.8
13. Kelsey Johnson Sedro-Woolley 107.7
14. Hannah Peterson Sehome 108.4
15. Cienna Semsak Ferndale 109.3
16. Lindzey Jaderlund Burlington-Edison 110.2
17. Lexi Connors Anacortes 110.5
18. Juliann Conrardy Anacortes 110.8
19. Nata Tsitsiragos Anacortes 111
20. Piper Moncreiff Squalicum 111.8
21. Sonja Eger Burlington-Edison 112
22. Jillian Anderson Bellingham 112
23. Piper Browning Burlington-Edison 112.8
24. Sarah Gibb Bellingham 113.3
25. Haizel Allen Ferndale 114.2

At the Class 1A level, it looks like Anna Ratzlaff, Natalie Verry, Gemma Wilson and Bria Henthorn all could potentially make the second day of the state tournament. Last year, the cut line after the first day of state was a 98. So while nobody averages below that for the 1As, it wouldn’t be out of the question for those four to do it, if they made state.

At the Class 2A level, a 104 was the cut line at state. Jade Ming, Christina Kim, Maddi Atwood-Knudson, Alex Ferrier, Sadie Steele and Emma Lochridge all average below that. So those are probably the golfers to watch in the postseason.

For the 3As, the cut was a 94 and no Ferndale golfer nears that. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Cienna Semsak make it to state, however.

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