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Kate played golf for Coach Paul Tikker and has been named to the CCS Hall of Fame as an individual athlete. She is the first woman’s golfer to be named to the CCS Hall of Fame. Kate was the NWAACC Champion both years she was at CCS and was named to the NWAACC All-Tournament team each year. Kate also won league tournaments at Green River, Spokane, CBC and Walla Walla on her way to leading Spokane to the NWAACC title in 2001. Dix (Parks) received a Division I athletic scholarship to the University of Idaho, where she also had a successful career.
The 1997-98 women’s golf team coached by Paul Tikker and assisted by Christie Dalsanders and Alan Jenkins has been named to the CCS Hall of Fame. This great women’s golf team won the NWAACC Eastern Region and the NWAACC Tournament. They beat Lower Columbia (second) and Walla Walla (third) to win the NWAACC title. They also won league tournaments at CBC, Walla Walla and Spokane on their road to the league title. The team was led by the play of Christine Boyes (McGee) who was All Conference and Brianna Rose. Five of the players on this team went on to play golf at four-year colleges or universities. The championship team roster included Jessi Bentz (Hiatt), Christine Boyes (McGee), Marci Kison Miller, Brianna Rose-Monson, Lindy Terry (Laursen), Sandy Tipton (Hughes) and Dawn Weyns (Pegram).