Golf: Southridge's Mandell wins Kennewick Invite

March 15, 2013 

Southridge High’s Nick Mandell shot 3-under par Friday to capture medalist honors at the 51st annual Kennewick Invitational at the Tri-City Country Club.

Mandell finished at 62, two shots ahead of Richland High’s Drew McCullough and Ferris High of Spokane’s Eric Ansett.

Richland won the team title, shooting a 278. Coeur d’Alene was second at 288 and Ferris third at 289. Southridge was fourth with 291, while Hanford was fifth with 296.

Richland’s Jeffrey Marcum and Hanford’s Zach Betzsold tied for fourth at 68, while Hanford’s Tanner Martin, Richland’s Hunter Thompson and Pasco’s Daniel Haug tied for sixth at 69.

At Tri-City Country Club (Par 65)

Team scores—1. Richland, 278; 2. Coeur d’Alene, 288; 3. Ferris (Spokane), 289; 4. Southridge, 291; t 5. Hanford, 296; and Moses Lake, 296; 7. Lewiston, 302; 8. Mead, 303; 9. Walla Walla, 311; 10. Mt. Spokane, 312

11. Gonzaga Prep, 318; t 12. Pendleton, 326; and Lewis & Clark, 326; t 14. Eastmont, 337; and West Valley, 337; t 16. Kamiakin, 340; and Wenatchee, 340; 18. Chiawana, 344; 19. Eisenhower, 346; 20. Shadle Park, 347 21. University High, 348; 22. Kennewick, 349; 23. Prosser, 366; 24. Davis, 427.

Top 15—1. Nick Mandell, Southridge, 62; t 2. Eric Ansett, Ferris, 64; and Drew McCullough, Richland, 64; t 4. Jeffrey Marcum, Richland, 68; and Zach Betzsold, Hanford, 68; t 6. Hunter Thompson, Richland, 69; and Tanner Martin, Hanford, 69; and Daniel Haug, Pasco, 69; and Nick Thurston, Mt. Spokane, 69; and John Duffin, Coeur d’Alene, 69; and Kyle Kaufman, Coeur d’Alene, 69; and Tanner Comes, Ferris, 69

t 13. Brady Kuntz, Wenatchee, 72; and Nick Atwood, Walla Walla, 72; t 15. Walker Hoolehan, Pendleton, 73; and Brody Milbrandt, Moses Lake, 73; and Tanner Montgomery, Moses Lake, 73; and Cody Schumacher, Lewiston, 73

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