CBC, Neidhold lead golf tourney

March 30, 2014 

Hope Neidhold fired a 7-over-par 79 to take the first-day lead at the Columbia Basin Invitational at Horn Rapids Golf Course in Richland.

The Hawks lead as a team with 256 strokes.

On the men’s side, CBC’s Brendon Cox is tied for second after scoring a 72.

The final round resumes at 8 a.m. today.

At Horn Rapids Golf Course (par 72)

Men’s team scores—Spokane 295, CBC 298, Skagit Valley 306, Southwestern Oregon 308, Olympic 315, Bellevue 317, Walla Walla 318.

Men’s top 10—1, John Whitley (SV) 71; 2, Brendon Cox (CBC) and Evan Omelia (Spo) 72; 4, Cole Lorenzo (Spo) 73; 5, Cole Chavez (SW Ore), Trey Udy (SW Ore), Jack Tumlinson (CBC), Josh Garza (CBC), Zack Spencer (Spo), Johnny Duffin (Spo) 75. CBC—Sean Adams 76, Cole Scott 87, Joel Ford 101. Walla Walla—Grant Geelan 77, Eli Mendez 79, Ryan O’Meara 80, Mason Palmer 82, Brad Young 84, Jordan Daline 85.

Women’s team scores—CBC 256, Centralia 277, Southwestern Oregon 280, Spokane 284, Olympic 287.

Women’s top 10—1. Hope Neidhold (CBC) 79; 2. Megan Schulz (Cen) 81; 3. Leslie Guzman (Oly) 84; 4. Alexandra McQuarrie (SW Ore) 86; 5. Kelsy Bigness (Walla Walla) 87; 6. Abbey McMinn (CBC) 88; 7. Bri Hadler (CBC) 89; 7. Jennifer Puckett (Green River) 89; 9. Janci Spoo (CBC) 91; 10. Anna Bakker (Cen) 92; 10. Brittany Banks (SW Ore) 92. CBC—Casey Tucker 101. Walla Walla—Shay Jones 103.

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