Jordan Ferreira of University Place shot an even-par 72 in Thursday’s final round to win the 21st Washington State Women’s Amateur by four shots.
Alison Murdoch of Victoria, B.C., came from behind to win the 15th Washington State Senior Women’s Amateur, while Carol Dick of Lakewood went wire-to-wire in winning the inaugural Washington State Super Senior Women’s Amateur.
The three championships were conducted by the Washington State Golf Association, and were held concurrently at Port Ludlow Golf Club.
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• Western Washington University women’s javelin throwers Katie Reichert (So., Longview/Kelso) and Bethany Drake (So., Sequim) placed 13th and 15th, respectively, as the United States Track and Field Outdoor Championships at Sacramento State.
Reichert had a mark of 159-1 (48.50 meters) on her third attempt, and Drake threw 155-8 (47.44) on her first effort. Karen Patterson, representing Asics, won the competition with a throw of 204-10 (62.43).
From sports-information reports.