PORT LUDLOW: Port Angeles high-schooler shoots 82 to get to state boys golf championships


PORT LUDLOW — Bob Rymer will be representing Port Angeles High School at the 4A state boys golf championships this coming Monday and Tuesday.

Rymer, a senior, shot an 82 Tuesday at Port Ludlow to capture third place at the district championships to qualify for state. He shot 80 the day before in the first round at Trophy Lake in Port Orchard for a total of 162.

Kylan Peterson of Port Angeles just missed going to state by six strokes. He had his first career hole in one, though, on Tuesday at Port Ludlow.

The top four golfers from the district tournament advance to state.

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