Washington High began its 2012 golf season with back-to-back team wins at the Tri-County tournament at The Woods Resort and then the Berkeley Springs Invitational at Cacapon State Park.
In the rain-shortened Tri-County tournament, Ryan Mumaw fired a 58 over 15 holes to take medalist honors. The round was abbreviated because a rain storm moved through the area. Dylan Mumaw had a 15-hole round of 61 as the Patriots defeated Hedgesville, Berkeley Springs, and Jefferson.
Jefferson’s best rounds came from freshman Patrick Glenn (68) and Bryce Lushbaugh (72). Hedgesville’s best 15-hole scores of 63 came from Owen Elliott and 65 from Lawson Boggs.
The next afternoon, Ryan Mumaw completed his round at Cacapon with a one-under score of 71.
Washington so dominated the tournament that five of its six players finished in the overall top seven.
As happened the day before at The Woods, Washington’s Dylan Mumaw finished second to his brother with a round of three-over-par 75.
The Patriots’ four players had a team total of 308 to outdistance second-place Hedgesville’s 336.
Finishing third overall among the individual rounds was Hedgesville’s Owen Elliott, who carded a 77. Washington’s Robert Fleming, who carded a round of 79, was fourth overall. The Patriots had Tyler Sigler (83) and Patrick Burgess (86) finish sixth and seventh overall.
The other team scores showed Jefferson (395), Berkeley Springs (407), Musselman (434), and Martinsburg (477).
Washington’s Jacob Shuff had an 88 while Jefferson’s Bryce Lushbaugh (89), Patrick Glenn (90), Sam Spenser (106), and Cody Lengyel (110) had the four individual rounds that counted toward Jefferson’s team score.