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Golfing his way into history

Joey Duwe ended his high school career with North Kitsap’s first ever top 10 finish in the 4A state golf tournament held at Avalon golf course in Burlington. Duwe shot two consecutive rounds of 75 to place him ninth overall in the field of 80 golfers. Tee to green Duwe played very well, a few miscues on the greens kept him from second place overall as he was just three stokes back. Duwe has accepted an academic and golf scholarship to Corbin College in Oregon. Mitch Woodside shot an 85 on day one and missed the cut. He is only a junior so he has another shot at placing next year. - Courtesy Photo
Joey Duwe ended his high school career with North Kitsap’s first ever top 10 finish in the 4A state golf tournament held at Avalon golf course in Burlington. Duwe shot two consecutive rounds of 75 to place him ninth overall in the field of 80 golfers. Tee to green Duwe played very well, a few miscues on the greens kept him from second place overall as he was just three stokes back. Duwe has accepted an academic and golf scholarship to Corbin College in Oregon. Mitch Woodside shot an 85 on day one and missed the cut. He is only a junior so he has another shot at placing next year.
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