State golf roundup: Bellarmine Prep’s Brown wins 4A girls title, Steilacoom’s Kim claims 2A girls crown
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CLASS 4A GIRLS
Before Alivia Brown stepped forward to accept the Class 4A girls golf state tournament individual championship, the Bellarmine Prep sophomore found herself in another spot she’d never been – a playoff.
Brown won on the second hole, birdying the par-5, 537-yard, sinking a 10-foot putt to win Wednesday at MeadowWood Golf Course in Liberty Lake.
“When you win the 4A state championship,” Lions coach Mark Bender said, “that’s a pretty good day of golf. She played solid all day.”
Brown also helped Bellarmine Prep win its third straight team title. With six golfers in the finals, the Lions totaled 172 points. Lewis and Clark High placed second with 121.5 points.
In the playoff, Brown edged teammate Jordan Ferreira, a Notre Dame commit, and Central Kitsap High’s Katie Lee. All three finished with 36-hole totals of 144 strokes.
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