Wildcats sit in 3rd place at district after opening round / Boys golf

The Oak Harbor High School boys golf team is in third place after the first day of the district championships Monday, May 13, at Burlington’s Avalon Golf Course.

The second and final round begins at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 14.

The top four teams and the top eight individuals qualify for the state tournament.

Everett leads the field of 10 teams with a 303, followed by Ferndale (324) and Oak Harbor (330).

Oak Harbor’s Nick Krantz is tied for third in the individual rankings with a four-over 76. Everett’s Ronny Kidall leads with a 74.

Haven Brown shot a 79 for the Wildcats, Nate Thompson 87, Cole Valdez 88 and Aidan Wyer 104.

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