Girls golf: Astoria second in rainy, windy Seaside Invite

That’s just what golfers usually have to do this time of year on the North Coast. Six teams showed up for Seaside Invitational girls golf tournament, where the Lady Gulls hosted three other Cowapa League schools, along with golfers from Ilwaco and Wahkiakum.

Girls golf: Astoria second in rainy, windy Seaside Invite

Gary Henley/The Daily Astorian Seaside’s Tristyn McFadden follows one of her tee shots in Monday’s round. She led the Gulls with 36 points.

Gary Henley/The Daily Astorian Astoria’s Sarah Lertora scored a personal best in points to help the Lady Fishermen score a second place team finish Monday.

Six teams showed up for Seaside Invitational girls golf tournament, where the Lady Gulls hosted three other Cowapa League schools, along with golfers from Ilwaco and Wahkiakum.

Under the Stableford scoring system, the Indians compiled 161 points to finish ahead of Astoria (125), Ilwaco (118) and Seaside (80). Tillamook and Wahkiakum did not have enough golfers to score in the team standings.

Morgan Hall of Scappoose racked up 53 points to earn medalist honors, ahead of Astoria’s Sam Hemsley (47) and Scappoose teammate Kaitlyn Bakkensen (42).

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