Totems win Burlington-Edison Invitational

Sammamish is dominating on the links.

  • Thursday, April 25, 2019 2:22pm
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Sammamish Totems golfers Mehr Luthra, Mikaela Ikeda, McKenna Lamb, Lily Bai and Sierra Hopper celebrate after their team’s victory at the Burlington-Edison Invitational on April 22. Photo courtesy of Annette LaBissoniere

Sammamish Totems golfers Mehr Luthra, Mikaela Ikeda, McKenna Lamb, Lily Bai and Sierra Hopper celebrate after their team’s victory at the Burlington-Edison Invitational on April 22. Photo courtesy of Annette LaBissoniere

For the first time in school history, the Sammamish Totems girls golf team won the coveted Burlington-Edison Invitational at the Skagit Golf & Country Club on April 22.

The tournament, which was in its 27th year in existence, saw the Totems reign victorious with a total of 356 strokes (low score wins in golf). Mikaela Ikeda and McKenna Lamb shot a 87 on the 18-hole course. Sierra Hooper also shot a 89 on the 18-hole course. Mehr Luthra shot a 41 on the nine-hole course as well.

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