KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Port Angeles’ Mia Neff, left, and Claire Osterberg of Port Angeles plan their putts on the 11th Hole at Peninsula Golf Course during Tuesday’s Duke Streeter Invitational.

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Port Angeles’ Mia Neff, left, and Claire Osterberg of Port Angeles plan their putts on the 11th Hole at Peninsula Golf Course during Tuesday’s Duke Streeter Invitational.

PREP GOLF: Port Angeles hosts 30th Duke Streeter Invitational

Riders finish third in boys and girls divisions

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles and Sequim golfers stepped out of Olympic League match play to enjoy an afternoon of two-person scramble play in the 30th Duke Streeter Invitational held Tuesday at Peninsula Golf Club.

“What a great day on the course, watching 50 kids play in this tourney,” Roughriders boys coach Bob Anderson said. “I’m proud of our Rider golfers, they are playing consistently good golf.”

Bainbridge claimed the top two finishes in both the boys and girls competitions with Port Angeles golfers tying for third.

Austin Worthington and Nate Anderson teamed to shoot even-par 72 to tie for third.

Teammates Sky Gelder and Max Gagnon also shot 72 for the Riders.

“Sky Gelder and Max Gagnon had a non-scoring round due to only having four scoring golfers per school in the official scoring, yet they scored a 72, right up on the leaderboard with the rest of our Rider crew,” Anderson said.

Reid Schmidt and Cale Wentz were one stroke back after combining on a 73.

Sequim’s Adrian Aragon and Cody Dunscomb teamed to fire a 77 while Lars Wiker and Joey Kang added an 84 for the Wolves.

Bainbridge’s Dane Byers and Andrew Grinter (66) won the event with Spartans Andrew Jobes and Anderson Wickland (69) in second.

In the girls’ competition, Lauryn Chapman and Malena Marquez shot 85 and tied with their Roughriders teammates Claire Osterberg and Mia Neff.

“We were blessed with a wonderful day for golf at the 30th annual Duke Streeter at PGC,” Port Angeles girls coach Mike DuPuis said.

Sequim’s Ava Johnson and Emily Post fired an 87 and Taryn Johnson and Raimey Brewer combined to shoot an 88.

Bainbridge’s Grace Charintranon and Sara Kreigh won the Streeter going away with a 1-over-par 73, 11 strokes ahead of Spartan teammates Clarise Telschow and Clara Kang (84).

“Special thanks to Al Osterberg along with the Peninsula Golf Club Clubhouse for providing a great barbecue for all,” Anderson said.

Duke Streeter worked in the timber industry, joining Peninsula Golf Club in 1960 and was known for playing and walking 72 holes a day. He recorded 18 holes-in-one in his lifetime and shot his age 24 times, the first a 69 at age 69 and the last at age 74.

He was also known for his support of junior golf, particularly for gathering used balls to donate to high school and youth players.

Streeter died in 1995.

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Sequim’s Lars Wiker, left, and Joey Kang look down the first fairway before teeing off at Tuesday’s Duke Streeter Invitational at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles.

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Sequim’s Lars Wiker, left, and Joey Kang look down the first fairway before teeing off at Tuesday’s Duke Streeter Invitational at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles.

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Reid Schmidt, left, and Cale Wentz, both of Port Angeles, prepare to tee off on the first hole during Tuesday’s Duke Streeter Invitational tournament at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles.

KEITH THORPE/PENINSULA DAILY NEWS Reid Schmidt, left, and Cale Wentz, both of Port Angeles, prepare to tee off on the first hole during Tuesday’s Duke Streeter Invitational tournament at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles.

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