Interlake takes second at KingCo golf championships

Jessica Parker, Gabe Barnow and McKenzie Ballod all finished in the top-10, helping Interlake finish in second place to Mercer Island at the 2008 KingCo golf championships at Snohomish Golf Course.

Jessica Parker, Gabe Barnow and McKenzie Ballod all finished in the top-10, helping Interlake finish in second place to Mercer Island at the 2008 KingCo golf championships at Snohomish Golf Course.

Parker shot a 8-over par at the par 72 course, finishing in a tie for fourth with Mercer Island’s Kirby Thorton. Barnow’s 83 and Ballod’s 87 helped the Saints finish with 448 strokes overall. Mercer Island won the event with 433 strokes.

The top singles finisher was Brittany Tallman, who shot a 1-over 73 for Issaquah. Katie Somers of Mount Si finished second with a 75, while Lindsay Chinn of Mercer Island shot a 77 to finish third.

The top 25 finishers advanced to districts. The only other Bellevue athlete in the top-10 was Catelyn Webber of Bellevue, who shot a 86 to finish in a tie for eighth place.

Full Scores

Team scores: 1, Mercer Island 433 strokes; 2, Interlake 448; 3, Issaquah 451; 4, Skyline 461; 5, Newport 463; 6, Mount Si 497; 7, Bellevue 503; 8, Liberty 582.

Individuals (top 25 to districts): 1, Brittany Tallman, Issaquah, 73 strokes; 2, Katie Somers, Mount Si, 75; 3, Lindsay Chinn, Mercer Island, 77; 4 (tie), Jessica Parker, Interlake, and Kirby Thornton, Mercer Island, 80; 6, Kelly Ogishima, Mercer Island, 82; 7, Gabe Barnow, Interlake, 83; 8 (tie), Catelyn Webber, Bellevue, and Meaghan Madgett, Skyline, 86; 10 (tie), McKenzie Ballod, Interlake, and Cori Burke, Issaquah, 87.

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