Sabers’ Bottorff places eighth at boys state golf
Marlon Bottorff of Maui High School was the lone medalist from the Maui Interscholastic League at the David S. Ishii Foundation Boys Golf State Championship, finishing in eighth place Friday.
In the final round at the Waikoloa Kings Course, Bottorff fired a 5-over-par 77 for a two-day total of 152.
Mid-Pacific’s Jake Sequin shot a 71 to finish at 139 and take the individual title by two shots over Roosevelt’s Irie Kolbe (71). Kealakehe’s Ethan Jaehn (71) and Maryknoll’s Peter Jung (71) both finished another four shots back to place third and fourth, respectively.
Maui Prep’s Caleb Chumley (77) and Seabury Hall’s Pierce Dowd (78) and Hudson Jackson (80) all finished at 157, in a tie for 18th place.
Dowd and Jackson led the MIL champion Spartans to a sixth-place finish in the team race with a total of 667. Na Pueo placed 10th at 730.
Hawaii Baptist ran away with the team title, posting a total of 618 to beat runner-up Mid-Pacific by 34 strokes.
DAVID S. ISHII FOUNDATION BOYS GOLF STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Friday’s Top Finishers
At Waikoloa Kings Course
Jake Sequin, Mid Pacific 68-71–139
Kolbe Irei, Roosevelt 70-71–141
Ethan Jaehn, Kealakehe 74-71–145
Peter Jung, Maryknoll 74-71–145
Pono Yanagi, KS Hawaii 72-74–146
Marshall Kim, Punahou 73-75–148
Blaze Akana, KS Kapalama 75-76–151
Marlon Bottorff, Maui 75-77–152
Noah Koshi, Hawaii Baptist 79-73–152
Mason Nakamura, HBA 76-77–153
Davis Lee, Mid-Pacific 75-78–153
Hudson Jackson, Seabury 77-80–157
Pierce Dowd, Seabury Hall 79-78–157
Caleb Chumley, Maui Prep 80-77–157
Matt Ramelb, Lahainaluna 79-82–161
Jordan Mitsumura, KSM 80-83–163
Dane Abarra, KS Maui 79-88–167
Daniel Judge, Seabury Hall 85-85–170
Asher Aspili, Maui 96-86–182
Max Flammer, Seabury Hall 89-94–183
Dylan Falk, Maui Prep 89-95–184
Griffin Gibson, Maui Prep 92-92–184
Trevor Onaga, Kekaulike 94-91–185
Glen Agorilla, Baldwin 97-96–193
James Falk, Maui Prep 101-104–205
Nathan Gani, Lanai 103-104–207
Noah Reisenaur, Seabury 106-104–210