Hammericksen sisterhood has St. Mary's golf on brink of dynasty

Defending state champion Baylee Hammericksen is now a sophomore and joined by her sister, Riley, on the St. Mary's golf team.

Posted: Apr. 30, 2019 11:12 PM

MEDFORD—It is not too early to call the St. Mary’s girls golf team a dynasty.

Not only did the Crusaders win their third straight team title last year, but their individual state champion—the only golfer under par last year at Quail Valley—was only a freshman.

To make things even scarier for the rest of the state, Baylee Hammericksen is now joined by her sister, Riley. Together they’re in position to keep St. Mary’s on top for the foreseeable future.

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