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B2 o:* The Arlington Times/The Marysville Globe SPORTS Wednesday, June 3, 2009 Christian's Crawford takes second, Grace Eneix seventh in state golf by Danielle Szulczewski League rival Dylan Falk, a sopho- Sports Reporter more at Grace Academy, qualified for the second day of the tourna- After finishing a stroke behind ment, shooting 86 strokes. He fin- Northwest Christian's Jared Deso- ished tied for 43rd place with a total teaux on the first day of the 1B/2B of 177 strokes. Fellow Eagle Grant state golf tournament, Highland Weinberg just missed the cut f6r the Christian senior Craig Crawford tried second day. to battle back to win his third state On the girls side, Grace Acad- , championship, emy's Ariell Eneix moved up from Instead, he fell back by another eighth place after the first day to sev- six strokes, taking second place in enth place overall, with 90 strokes the the tournament that ran May 27-28 at first day and 89 the second. The girls the Tri-Cities Country Club in Kenne- tournament was dominated by Life wick. Crawford wraps up his career Christian Academy, who placed four with two runner-up trophies to go golfers in the top five spots, the fifth with his two state championships in finishing eighth just behind Eneix. 2006 and 2008. Marysville-Pilchuck senior Sara While Desoteaux shot 68 strokes Rott finished three strokes back from each day for a winning tally of 136, qualifying for the second day of the Crawford shot 69 and 74, finishing 4A girls state tournament. Her 87 with 143 strokes, two ahead of Nathan strokes were tied for 47th place: Team- Putnam of Life Christian Academy mate Abby Beauchamp was another and Jacob Christensen of Asotin High five strokes back in a four-way tie for School. 63rd place with 92 strokes. "He chipped in an eagle on the Tomahawk senior Kyle Hanks 16th," said Highland Christian coach finished two strokes out of the tour- Terry Schweitzer of Crawford's first nament's second day, ending up in day. "He had an average front nine, a five-way tie for 53rd place with 82 but shot very well on the back, 38 on strokes on the par 72 Canyon Lakes the front and a 31 on the back, so he Golf Course in Kennewick. was two under on the back." Crawford has a scholarship to play Contact Danielle Szulczewski golf at Western Washington Univer- at 360-659-1300 or sity in Bellingham. Lakewood golfer putts her way to place at state tournament by Akaash Saini who ended ,up with an the ball further, but mostly For the Globe/Times 18-hole score of 186. Peyton plays the game very Asafirst-timestatecom- smart, she doesn't take Lakewood girls golf petitor, rivaling players and chances, and she stays coach Chris Walster coaches couldn't believe calm. It is a testament to couldn't have put it any she was able to make ither intelligence that she is better, through past the first cut such a great student of the "Drive for show, putt for and place well overall. Pey- game." dough." ton had started playing golf Mizell was the second- His golfer, senior Pey- at age 13, whereas most of highest placer out of the ton Mizell, putted her way the golfers at the state tour- Cascade Conference, shoot- to the dough, placing 22nd nament started at age 8 or ing a steady 91 strokes the overall out of 80 golfers at 9. first day and 95 the second the 2A state tournament at Coach Walster said he day. Only fourth-place fin- the Apple Tree Golf Resort believes his golfer did so' isherJennifer Lee of Sultan inYakima, May27-28. well because she "is a smart did better out of Mizell's "It was an amazing expe- golfer. There were plenty regular-season league com- rience," Mizell exclaimed, Of players that could hit petition. Photo courtesy CHRIS WALSTER Lakewood senior Peyton Mizell, the school's first female golfer to qualify for state, watches her drive at the 2009 state tourna- ment in Yakima. M- PHS cheer team seeking fundraising opportunities by Danielle Szulczewski ' Vieweg and team organizers the Little Tomahawks cheer camp Sports Reporter are hoping to use the budget short- this summer. fall as an opportunity to teach the But the team is still looking for An initial fundraiser plan came up team that they can meet their goals other opportunities to earn the short, but the Marysville-Pilchuck through hard work. But the work money. cheerleading squad is still hoping has proven harder than even par- "They're too young to have jobs. to raise $1,325 per cheerleader for ents expected. A spaghetti feed We don't want to take a handout. summer camp, uniforms and fees-, fundraiser at Maxwell's raised only We want to earn it, they want to feel School budget shortfalls resulted $178. good about it. We just don't know in a cut in funding to the cheerlead- The cheer team has a number what to do," Vieweg said. ing team, to the tune of about $500 of other traditional fundraisers this Registration for the Little Tom- per participant, month, which they're hoping will mies cheer camp runs through June "They feel, and we're trYing cut into the team's expenses. But if 26, with the Camp going 9 a.m to to reconcile this, if they go to the it doesn't, that total will come out of noon July 29-31. The cost is $49 per school administration and ask for their pockets, participant. funding, they're taking money from The team sells advertisements another team they support," said for a football calendar produced Brenda Vieweg, whose daughter every year. They also have three Contact Danielle Szulczewski Kimberly will be a sophomore on unscheduled car washes. 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