SK golfers split matches with Central Kitsap

Joel Schenfeld and Luke DeVault fired rounds of 78, while Kenneth Eisenhut and Marcus Lacey carded a pair of 81s to lead the South Kitsap boys golf team to a 144-81 win over Central Kitsap last week at McCormick Woods Golf Course.

The highlight of the meet came when Lacey scored a hole-in-one at the 113-yard seventh hole.

Lacey used a seven-iron to help ensure his round of 81.

On the girls’ side, Emma Mobley led the Wolves with a round of 51 and scored 21 points, but the Cougars won the match, played at Trophy Lake Golf & Casting, 69-59, using the Stableford scoring system.

Vangie Robbins of CK was the medalist with a score of 46.

Other South Kitsap scores included Kate Clark with a 56 for 16 points, while Arielle Evans scored nine points for the Wolves.

The boys team is back in action Tuesday against North Kitsap while the girls face the Vikings on Thursday.

• Chriswell adds national titles to his resume: South Kitsap junior Brent Chriswell won a pair of national titles over the weekend, adding to his ever-growing wrestling resume.

Chriswell, the reigning Class 4A state champion at 171 pounds, added the Freestyle National Champion and Greco-Roman National Champion titles to his name at the Fila Cadat National in Chicago.

Chriswell won the Greco-Roman title at 167.5 pounds while taking the freestyle title at 187 pounds.

Chriswell was just one of three wrestlers at the tournament to win titles in both styles.

• Davis claims gold medal at gymnastics meet: Cory Davis, Jr., a ninth grader at Cedar Heights Junior High, took home the gold medal in the all-around competition at the Men’s Gymnastics Regional III Level 5 Championships April 9-10 in Portland, Ore.

Davis, competing in the 12-and-up division, took gold in the floor, rings, vault and high bar exercises while nabbing a bronze in the pommel horse and a sixth-place in the parallel bars.

His all-around score of 55.05 gave him the gold medal.

Davis was competing in the meet along with participates from Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.

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