Girls golf: Southridge's Warner wins first pod

March 24, 2014 

MCC Pod 1: Southridge’s Catherine Warner got off to a strong start in Mid-Columbia Conference girls golf play, firing an 8-over 80 at Meadow Springs Country Club in Richland to win by three strokes.

The senior shot a 37 on the back nine to overtake Pasco’s Neydeen Martinez. Martinez finished second with an 83, while Jalayne Martinez was third at 84. Hanford’s Lacy Skwarek and Walla Walla’s Jessica Huntsman are tied for fourth at 85.

The Blue Devils lead the team standings at 381, while Kamiakin is second at 392 and Pasco third at 401.

At Meadow Springs Country Club, Richland (par 72)

Team scores—1. Walla Walla, 381; 2. Kamiakin, 392; 3. Pasco, 401; 4. Southridge, 403; 5. Hanford, 404; 6. Richland, 429; 7. Chiawana, 521; 8. Kennewick, 546. Top 10—1. Catherine Warner, Southridge, 80; 2. Neydeen Martinez, Pasco, 83; 3. Jalayne Martinez, Pasco, 84; t4. Lacy Skwarek, Hanford, 85; and Jessica Huntsman, Walla Walla, 85; 6. Tayler Hood, Southridge, 88; t7. Allison Kadinger, Kennewick, 92; and Kendall Dunovant, Walla Walla, 92; t9. Mia Johnson, Kamiakin, 93; and Alexa Clark, Kamiakin, 93. Walla Walla—Huntsman, Dunovant, Brooke Cramer, 101; Marisa Jimenez, 103. Kamiakin—Johnson, Clark, Brianna Esvelt, 102; Britney Gough, 104; Shavon Madder, 105. Pasco—N. Martinez, J. Martinez, Kayla Olson, 106; Elizabeth Greenaway, 128; Daisy DeJesus, 142. Southridge—Warner, Hood, Sydney Meilleur, 99; Ashlley Eissens, 136; Amanda Brunson, 136. Hanford—Skwarek, Bev McCarthy 101; Amy Aiello, 104; Taylor Fievez, 114; Sydney Galbreath, 119. Richland—Kea Robertson, 97; Breanna Watts, 101; Bella Martinez, 111; April Mercer, 120; Chloe Shea, 122. Chiawana—Megan Steach, 131; Danika Pink, 134; Kierstyn Ramos, 111; McKinley Powers, 146. Kennewick—Kadinger, Taiya Holland, 131; Taylor Hendrickson, 151; Deanna Haberloch, 172.

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