Kyler Oblad of Valley shot a round of 94, which did not qualify for the second round.
In the girls' competition, Emma Lorton of South Bend shot a round of 117 and Emily Fluke of Valley carded a 118, which did not qualify for the second round
At the District Meet, Lorton shot a 103 (48,53) to finish third in the District I, II, IV B Tournament in Oak Harbor May 22. Fluke shot 113 (50, 63) to earn seventh place. Both advanced to State in Lakewood.
“We are very pleased that both girls easily advanced,” Willapa Harbor Tri-District Head Golf Coach Save Lund told the Herald. “Makenzie Reeves of Northwest Christian shot a 97 (49, 48) to win the first seed.”
Lund said, “Since Division IV generated an allocation of zero to the State tournament, it was necessary for the girls from our district to play in another district's tournament. The people of District I and II were gracious enough to take four golfers from our area. The three girls mentioned above were able to qualify for State.
“There were 16 spots for State in District I and II, and for District 4 to take three of the top 10 spots shows the quality of our golfers,” Lund added.
Betrozoff shot a 1 under par round of 71 to take the first day lead at the District IV Golf Tournament at the Newaukum course on May 20.
Oblad shot an 86 to finish third, and teammate Lucky Wood’s 94 put him in a tie for 8th. Jace Duckworth of Raymond shot a 100 and iwas in 12th place, and Tyson Johnson of South Bend shot a 103 to tie for 18th.
Cameron McAllister and Chase Flemetis barely missed the cut at 105, and Dylan Barrett shot 120. Zane Johnson and Matthew Lewis of South Bend finished their careers with a 107.
Freshman Tysen Stephens of Raymond posted a 115 in his first District effort.
On Day 2, Betrozoff was the District IV champ by 15 strokes over his nearest competitor, Austin Good of Wahkiakum. Betrozoff shot 78 on day 2 for a combined score of 149. Oblad shot 97 in the second round for a total of 183 to take 5th place. Tyson Johnson of South Bend shot 84 to qualify as the alternate in the 8th spot.