Blake Sam of Omak makes the cut for Day 2; Lake Roosevelt’s Terek Bush ends freshman year at state
SPOKANE, Wash. – Starting his day in the fog made things a bit tricky for Colville tribal member Blake Sam of Omak High School but he remained calm and would end up making the cut on Day 1 of the WIAA Class 1A boys state golf tournament.
One of three golfers from Omak High School, Sam finished with a two-day total of (178), shooting an 85 on Day 1 and a 93 on Day 2 at Indian Canyon Golf Course in Spokane.
Fellow teammates Brady Tonasket (Colville tribal descendant) finished with a 96 on Day 1 and Josaya Sloan ended with a 97 on Day 1.
Overall head coach for Omak Nick Popelier expressed he couldn’t be more proud of how they competed.
Lake Roosevelt’s Terek Bush (Colville tribal descendant) ended his freshman year with a trip to this year’s WIAA Class 1B/2B boys state golf tournament (May 24-25).
“There are not many freshmen here,” said Steve Files, head coach for Lake Roosevelt. “It’s quite the accomplishment.”
Bush finished with a 93 on Day 1 of the 1B/2B state tournament at the Deer Park Golf Course and looks to make it back next spring.
Cusick’s Colton Seymour (Colville tribal descendant) who just recently helped the Panthers to their first basketball state championship also showed that he’s a really good golfer too.
Ending his senior year with a trip to this year’s WIAA Class 1B/2B state golf tournament (May 24-25) where he finished with a two-day total of (178), shooting an 88 on Day 1 and an 87 on Day 2 at the Deer Park Golf Course.
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