Girls golf: Hanford's Kain-Godoy wins Dolquist Invite

March 28, 2013 

Hanford’s Taylor Kain-Godoy fired a 5-over-par 77 to win the medalist honors at the Lee Dolquist Invitational on Thursday at AppleTree Golf Course in Yakima.

While the Falcons celebrated an individual title, they suffered a rare team loss.

Class 2A Bellingham won the team race, shooting a 338, while Hanford was second at 339. Kamiakin took third with a 413, while Southridge tied for fifth at 418.

Pasco’s Neydeen Martinez took second in the medalist rankings, shooting an 80. Her cousin Jalayne Martinez tied for third with Hanford’s Kelsey Aiello with 82s.

Lee Dolquist Invitational

At AppleTree Golf Course (par-72)

Team scores—1. Bellingham, 338; 2. Hanford, 339; 3. Kamiakin, 413; 4. West Valley, 415; t 5. Southridge, 418; and Davis, 418; 7. Othello, 421; 8. Ephrata, 426; 9. Pasco, 427; 10. Kennewick, 430 11. Richland, 454; 12. West Valley Red, 489; 13. Toppenish, 505; 14. East Valley, 516; 15. Eastmont, 518; 16. Ellensburg, 529; 17. Selah, 535; 18. Eisenhower, 575

Top 3—1. Taylor Kain-Godoy, Hanford, 77; 2. Neydeen Martinez, Pasco, 80; t 3. Kelsey Aiello, Hanford, 82; and Jalayne Martinez, Pasco, 82.

Southridge—Catherine Warner, 90; Tayler Hood, 94; Sydney Meilleur, 109; Meredit Hibbard, 125; Remy Plate, 150. Richland—Danika Palm, 89; Allison Creagar, 127; Chloe Shea, 110; Sarah Smedley, 129; Emily Irwin, 128. Hanford—Taylor Kain-Godoy, 77; Lacy Skwarek, 88; Kelsey Aiello, 82; Kate Stephens, 92; Brook Fowler, 93. Kamiakin—Mia Johnson, 92; Britney Gough, 99; Desi Guzman, 107; Brianna Esvelt, 131; Shavon Madder, 115. Kennewick—Allison Kadlinger, 83; Carlee Rhodes, 99; Janey Valerio, 109; Taylor Rutledge, 139; Elle Bucha, 153. Othello—Kylie Kummer, 101; Hayley Guse, 104; Mikayla Parris, 101; Ivone Garza, 115; Carly Gearhaeart, 132. Pasco—Neydeen Martinez, 80; Jalayne Martinez, 82; Alexis Jiminez, 133; Elizabeth Greenaway, 135; Daisy DeJesus, 132. Grandview—Hanna Pond, 122; Teagan Parrish, 149; Reagan Colson, 157.

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