By The Hermiston Herald
HERMISTON With second place finishes in three consecutive golf tournaments, the prospects for the Hermiston Bulldog girls in the 2001 season are good.
Second year head coach Lindsay Sundberg said, I feel very confident of how were playing as a team.
Last Monday, Hermiston placed second to Southridge High School of Kennewick, Wash. at Wildhorse in Pendleton.
Tiffany Simmons had a 96 and Jennifer Putnam came in at 98. Sarah Frink was fourth on the team with a 99 and Megan Jewett had a 106.
On Friday, Hermiston played at Bend Country Club, where all IMC teams competed and only Mountain View was able to beat the Bulldogs
Trembley carded a 90 for Hermiston. Simmons struggled to a 53 on the front nine, but rebounded for a 96. Frink had a 97 and Putnam came in with a 101. Jewett scored a 105.
Eagle Ridge in Redmond was the last stop for Hermiston in the week, where they faced some tough teams from the Willamette Valley.
Tremblay was second in the field with an 85. The Bulldog top four had to play well, as Putnam was unable to count a score due to a injured foot that limited her to nine holes. Simmons came in at 87 and Frink, who had a 49 on the front, improved by nine strokes on the back for an 89. Jewett was able to score a 101.
(For complete coverage, see the April 10 edition of The Hermiston Herald)