Lake Washington High seniors, from left to right, Derek Giovacchini, Nick Whiting, Tanner Holldorf and Bo Broyles, played their final home match for the Kangs on Senior Day at Bellevue Municipal Golf Course last week against Mercer Island. The Islanders won the match by a score of 190 to 207. All four LW seniors put scores on the board for the Kangs. Giovacchini shot 40, and Broyles, Holldorf and Whiting all shot 42. Sophomore David Thorn shot 41. In earlier matches, the Kangs defeated Sammamish by a score of 201 to 227. Whiting and Thorn were medalists for Lake Washington, each posting a score of 38. The Kangs followed up with a victory over Liberty 207 to 215. Thorn led the way for the Kangs with a score of 38 and Giovacchini followed with a 41. The Kangs were 4-3 at press time. Photo courtesy of Joey Giovacchini

Lake Washington High seniors, from left to right, Derek Giovacchini, Nick Whiting, Tanner Holldorf and Bo Broyles, played their final home match for the Kangs on Senior Day at Bellevue Municipal Golf Course last week against Mercer Island. The Islanders won the match by a score of 190 to 207. All four LW seniors put scores on the board for the Kangs. Giovacchini shot 40, and Broyles, Holldorf and Whiting all shot 42. Sophomore David Thorn shot 41. In earlier matches, the Kangs defeated Sammamish by a score of 201 to 227. Whiting and Thorn were medalists for Lake Washington, each posting a score of 38. The Kangs followed up with a victory over Liberty 207 to 215. Thorn led the way for the Kangs with a score of 38 and Giovacchini followed with a 41. The Kangs were 4-3 at press time. Photo courtesy of Joey Giovacchini

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Lake Washington High seniors, from left to right, Derek Giovacchini, Nick Whiting, Tanner Holldorf and Bo Broyles, played their final home match for the Kangs on Senior Day at Bellevue Municipal Golf Course last week against Mercer Island. The Islanders won the match by a score of 190 to 207. All four LW seniors put scores on the board for the Kangs. Giovacchini shot 40, and Broyles, Holldorf and Whiting all shot 42. Sophomore David Thorn shot 41. In earlier matches, the Kangs defeated Sammamish by a score of 201 to 227. Whiting and Thorn were medalists for Lake Washington, each posting a score of 38. The Kangs followed up with a victory over Liberty 207 to 215. Thorn led the way for the Kangs with a score of 38 and Giovacchini followed with a 41. The Kangs were 4-3 at press time. Photo courtesy of Joey Giovacchini

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