GEARHART The gap just keeps getting wider between Seaside girls golf and the rest of the District 1 teams.
After winning last years district title by 112 strokes, the Lady Gulls won the 2012 championship by a whopping 143 strokes over the nearest competitor.
The Gulls completed their title-winning effort by carding a 392 team score Tuesday at Gearhart Golf Links on the second day of the league championship tournament.
Seasides two-day total was 812, while Scappoose came back on the second day and made up a 27-stroke deficit after Day 1 to edge Astoria for second place.
The Indians finished at 955, followed by Astoria (957) and Rainier (1,011).
Even more impressive was Seaside sophomore Katy Kawasoe winning medalist honors with a two-day total 162, 45 strokes head of Scappoose golfer Lauren Hickman and Seaside teammate Ashley Bassett.
Kawasoe fired a 77 in Tuesdays second round on her home course to win her second straight district championship.
Rounding out the Seaside scores were Kathy Lin (221), Emma Hassan (222) and Bao Tran Nhan (234).
Seaside returns to action for next weeks state tournament, Monday and Tuesday at Eagle Crest Resort.
Astoria shot a 489 on Day 2, with Kendra Scheel finishing with a two-day total 217, followed by Shelby Dursse (242), Bryana Beaulieu (247) and Kelsie Hoppes (251).
Indians hold on for title
BANKS The bad news for the Seaside boys golf team: The Gulls couldnt catch Scappoose for the District 1/4A championship.
The good news: Seaside edged Tillamook by one stroke for second place, and will take part in the state tournament next week.
Scappoose finished with a two-day total 711 team score, to take the title away from the Gulls, who had won the last three.
Seaside shot a 748, one stroke better than the Cheesemakers (749). Banks had a 762, and Astoria had 777.
Tillamooks Tyler Udenby had a two-round total of 165 for medalist honors, three strokes better than Nick Nguyen of Scappoose.
Charlie Kloss led the Gulls effort with a 175 (89-86), and he was followed by Joe Huddleston (185), Seth Duncan (193), Andrew Gooch (200) and Garrett Flowers (204).
Campbell Roscoe finished as the top golfer for Astoria with a 183. David Harrison shot a 191, ahead of Will Brooks (202), Austin Flukinger (203) and Noah Muniz-Hilton (206).