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Sasquatch Add Four Freshman to 2009-10

The Community Colleges of Spokane men’s golf team is adding to its already competitive roster with the signing of three incoming freshman to letters of intent.

Brooks Guetlin of South Whidbey High School in Freeland, WA, Justin Sprengel of Southridge High School, Kennewick, WA and Erik Johnson of Pullman High School who lives in Garfield, WA make up the 2009-2010 recruiting class.  Cole Campbell of Penticton BC will also be joining the team as a freshman.

Guetlin competed in the State of Washington’s AA classification and was a multi-year state golf participant.  He was medalist in many 9 and 18 hole tournaments over his high school career and also had a solid career in the summer junior tournament series.

Sprengel played at Southridge High School, competing in the AAAA classification and was also a multi-year state golf participant and had a very successful high school career.

Johnson, who lives in Garfield, WA attended school in nearby Pullman and competed in the AA classification for the Greyhounds.  He finished in the top ten at this past year’s state golf tournament and had multiple victories in high school play as well as summer tournament golf under his belt.  Most recently Erik tied for medalist in a WJGA sub-district event at Downriver Golf Course, shot 75-69 in the WJGA district tournament at Palouse Ridge, finishing third and competed in the WJGA state tournament.

Campbell has been a top amateur player in the Penticton BC area over the past couple of years with many impressive scores.  His extensive tournament background will be a great asset to his game.

“I am very excited about the addition of our freshman.  They all have impressive playing resumes as well as being successful in the classroom.  I think they will come in and contribute right away,” said Coach Scott Kramer.