Boys golf: Richland High dominates first MCC pod

March 24, 2014 

Hanford High School senior Eric Dahl tees off in the CBBN Pod#1

Hanford High senior Eric Dahl tees off at Monday’s Mid-Columbia Conference boys golf pod at Meadow Springs Country Club in Richland. Dahl shot an 80 to tie for fifth. Richland High’s Drew McCullough looks on. McCullough tied for first place with a 2-over par 74.

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The Richland High boys golf team flexed its muscles Monday in the first pod of the Mid-Columbia Conference season at Meadow Springs Country Club in Richland.

The Bombers took the top four spots in the medalist standings to win the team title by 40 strokes.

Drew McCullough and Evan Hattori led the way with a 2-over par 74s, while Carl Underwood was third at 75 and Andrew Hattori fourth at 78.

For good measure, Richland’s Quinton Parnell and Nick Yamauchi finished 12th and 13th.

Hanford was second at 341 strokes, while Walla Walla was third with 356. Kamiakin’s Pierce McDonald and Hanford’s Eric Dahl tied for fifth with 8-over 80s.

At Meadow Springs Country Club, Richland (par 72)

Team scores—1. Richland, 301; 2. Hanford, 341; 3. Walla Walla, 356; 4. Southridge, 369; t5. Chiawana, 380; and Kamiakin, 380; 7. Kennewick, 396. Top 10—t1. Drew McCullough, Richland, 74; and Evan Hattori, Richland, 74; 3. Carl Underwood, Richland, 75; 4. Andrew Hattori, Richland, 78; t 5. Pierce McDonald, Kamiakin, 80; and Eric Dahl, Hanford, 80; t7. Parker Dressler, Walla Walla, 81; and Austin Brown, Southridge, 81; and Garret Newick, Southridge, 81. Richland—McCullough, E. Hattori, Underwood, A. Hattori, Quinton Parnell, 83; Nick Yamauchi, 84. Hanford—Dahl; Ryan Ray, 84; Thomas Hannu, 86; Tom Hill, 91; Sam Workman, 95; Jack Inions, 103. Walla Walla—Dressler; Tyler Morrison, 88; Troy Aguilar, 93; Nate Towner, 94; Chris Yaw, 104; Ely Kimball, 108. Southridge—Brown; Wylie Jenne, 103; Ryan Thomas, 104; Micheal Warner, 107. Chiawana—Levi Dronen, 82; Hayden Carraseo, 85; Chandler Newell, 105; Titan Greer, 108; Collin Rodriguez, 110; Jantzen Filburn, 116. Kamiakin—McDonald; Bolton Dauenhauer, 82; Shae Gurney, 91; Trevor Roberts, 99; Kaulin Everham, 100; Max Massy, 109. Kennewick—Jenner Beanchamp, 95; Cedric Hines, 99; Sam Szendra, 99; Riely Deathridge, 103; Seth Gorham, 111; Grey Judy, 112. Pasco—Ryab Rickman, 108; Jordan Brown, 142.

Greyhound Invitational: The Hermiston boys golf team shot a 330 to take second place at Black Rock Creek Golf Course in Sunnyside, two strokes behind Ephrata which shot a 328.

Paden Lacoursiere’s 78 led the Bulldogs, while East Valley’s Andrew Raab took home medalist honors with a 71. Othello was third at 355 and Prosser seventh at 381.

At Black Rock Creek Golf Course, Sunnyside (par 72)

Team scores—1. Ephrata, 328; 2. Hermiston, 330; 3. Othello, 355; 4. La Salle, 356; 5. East Valley, 362; 6. Cle Elum/Roslyn, 366; 7. Prosser, 381; 8. Royal, 388; 9. Naches Valley, 425; 10. Selah, 433; 11. Zillah, 485; 12. Warden, 568.

Top 10—1. Andrew Raab, East Valley, 71; 2. Aaaron Whalen, Ephrata, 72; 3. Beau Wangler, La Salle, 77; t4. J. Martin, La Salle, 78; and Paden Lacoursiere, Hermiston, 78; 6. Derrick Phelps, Zillah, 79; 7. JD Thacker, Hermiston, 80; t8. Avery Black, East Valley, 81; and Zach Dwyer, Ephrata, 81; and Tyler Amoruso, Othello, 81. Grandview—Matt Daily, 102. Hermiston—Lacoursiere; Zac Adams, 89; Thacker; Noah Engelbrecht, 89; Anders Lind, 83. Mabton—Josh Rodriguez, 104. Othello—Amoruso; Cody Anderson, 97; Ethan Towle, 90; RJ Garza, 107; Ben Garza, 87. Prosser—Taylor Gant, 82; Cameron Savage, 98; CJ Hawley, 96; AJ Riojas, 109; Ky Swift, 105. Sunnyside—Ethan Partch, 99; Eli Romero, 120. Wahluke—Collin Ahman, 87.

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