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Reedy 18th at WJGA state tournament
Former Oak Harbor High School standout golfer Phil Reedy finished in 18th place at the 33rd Washington Junior Golf Association state tournament.
The tournament was a three-day event held at the Glendale Country Club, the Overlake Golf and Country Club and the Bellevue Golf Course July 29 through July 31.
Playing against the top 16 and 17-year-old golfers representing the the WJGA's six districts around the state, Reedy finished with a 54-hole total of 228 strokes. He was the only WesCo North golfer to qualify for play in all three rounds of the WJGA tournament.
Michael Rutledge from Fall City was crowned state champion with a three-day total of 215 strokes.
In earlier qualifying tournaments this summer, Reedy placed fourth in the Mill Creek Tournament June 22 firing a 77, before coming back with a 70 on July 2 to win the tournament at Lake Padden.
He then put together a two-round score of 149 to finish fifth in the tournament at the Gallery Golf Course in Oak Harbor.
Graduating in June, Reedy completed a stellar career for the Wildcats qualifying for the Class 4A state tournament four-straight years. In 2009, he finished in sixth place.
Reedy will be attending Skagit Valley College in the fall on a golf scholarship.