Richland's McCullough, Kain-Godoy win Banner Bank Jr. Invite

BY THE TRI-CITY HERALDJuly 15, 2012 

— Richland's Drew McCullough and Taylor Kain-Godoy were the medalists in the age 15-17 divisions at the Banner Bank Junior Invite held Friday and Saturday at Walla Walla Country Club.

McCullough shot a two-round total of 148 (73-75) on the boys' 6,476-yard course and Kain-Godoy improved her first round 75 with 74 to finish with 149 on the girls' 5,367-yard course.

And Walla Walla's Emily Baumgart took medalist in the girls' Age 12-14 division (5,367 yds) with 165 strokes (82-83).

Top 3 and local

Boys 15-17

6,476 yds

1. Drew McCullough (Richland) 73-75--148; 2. Zack Spencer (Mead) 76-75--151; 3t. Ben Gleason (Lewiston) 78-74--152; 3t. Connor Hogan (Lewiston) 76-76--152; 3t. Ryan Newcomb (Nine Mile Falls) 72-80--152; 3t. Ryan Baumgart (Walla Walla) 72-80--152; 10t. Eric Dahl (Richland) 75-80--155.

Others: 16. Dean Atkinson (Walla Walla) 79-79--158; 18. Josh Garza (West Richland) 80-80--160; 19. Brenden Cox (Moses Lake) 81-80--161; 20t. Jon Wilson (Kennewick) 82-80--162; 20t. Nick Atwood (Walla Walla) 78-87--165; 23. Huntery Ashby (Richland) 83-85--168; 24t. Andrew Hattori (Richland) 86-87--173; 26. Nick Sutherland (Moses Lake) 89-85--174; 27. Austin Brown (Kennewick) 95-82--177.

Boys 12-14

5,682 yds

1. Travis Kay (Ellensburg) 74-69--143; 2. Joseph Baldeck (Clarkston) 76-75--151; 3. Scott Kimball (Walla Walla) 80-80--160.

Others: 6t. Nathan Towner (Walla Walla) 92-80--172; 8t. Ryan Ray (Richland) 85-88--173; 8t. Braydon Hogg (Richland) 86-87--173.

Girls 15-17

5,367 yds

1. Taylor Kain-Godoy (Richland) 75-74--149; 2. Kaceelyn Pouttu (Kellogg) 75-76--151; 3. Jessica Huntsman (Walla Walla) 77-79--156.

Others: 6t. Kelsey Aiello (Pasco) 82-80--162; 6t. Neydeen Martinez (Pasco) 80-82--162; 8. Catherine Warner (Kennewick) 85-84--169; 9. Katie Stephens (Richland) 84-89--173; 11. Lacy Skwarek (Richland) 88-94--182; 15. Kendall Dunovant (Walla Walla) 105-102--207.

Girls 12-14

5,367 yds

1. Emily Baumgart (Walla Walla) 82-83--165; 2. Kelly Hooper (Spokane) 87-81--168; 3. Jaylayne Martinez (Pasco) 90-83--173.

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