Richland golfers top field at Pasco Invite

By the Tri-City HeraldMarch 10, 2014 

Two days after playing for the Class 4A boys basketball title, Richland’s Drew McCullough fired a 2-under 70 to take medalist honors at the Pasco Invite at Sun Willows.

McCullough led four Bombers golfers in the top eight on the way to the team title (310 strokes). Bolton Dauenhauer of Kamiakin finished second at 1-over 73.

Hanford, led by Ryan Ray’s 78, finished second in the team race with 332 strokes.

At Sun Willows (par 72) Team scores—Richland 310, Hanford 328, Eisenhower 332, Kamiakin 339, Wenatchee 340, Southridge 350, Walla Walla 350, Moses Lake 359, Chiawana 380, North Central 382, Kennewick 385, West Valley 388, Pasco inc. Top 10—Drew McCullough (Rich) 70; 2, Bolton Dauenhauer (Kam) 73; 3, Holden Backus (Eis) 76; 4, Ryan Ray (Han) 78; 5, Carl Underwood (Rich) 78; 6, Thomas Hannu (Han) 79; 7, Nick Yamauchi (Rich) 80; 8, Eric Dahl (Han) 81; t-8, Joel French (Eis), Grady Kurtz (Wen), Evan Hattori (Rich), Colton Heinman (Eis) 82. Hanford—Sam Workman 92. Kamiakin—Pierce McDonald 83, Shae Gurney 87, Max Massey 96, Trevor Roberts 96. Southridge—Austin Brown 83, Garrett Neswick 87, Ryan Thomas 88, Larsen Wana 92. Walla Walla—Ely Kimball 86, Tyler Morrison 87, Nate Towner 88, Parker Dressler 89. Chiawana—Levi Dronen 84, Hayden Carrasco 88, Tyson Greer 93, Tyler Magnus 105. Kennewick—Jenner Beauchamp 92, Frederick Hines 97, Gray Judy 97, Jesse Sandbeck 99. Pasco—Ryan Rickman 101.

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