Golf: CBC women win NWAACC meet

March 31, 2014 

Columbia Basin College’s Hope Neidhold grinded her way thorugh a tough round and held on to finish second as CBC hosted an NWAACC golf match at Horn Rapids in Richland.

Neidhold opened the day with a two-stroke lead but saw Centralia’s Megan Schulz eat that up on the front nine. The former Richland standout still was within two strokes heading into the final two holes but was undone by a double-bogey and finished five back with a two-day 79-87—166.

The CBC women took the team title, 29 strokes ahead of Spokane. The men’s team finished second behind a Spokane squad led by another former Richland standout, Cole Lorenzo, who shot 4-under 68 on the familiar course to win by four strokes.

Jack Tumlinson and Sean Adams paced the Hawks with 148s to tie for seventh. Brenden Cox, who was two strokes back coming into the day, shot 80 to fall out of the top 10.

At Horn Rapids (par 72)

Team—Spokane 580, CBC 604, Olympic 606, Southwestern Oregon 610, Skagit Valley 610, Bellevue 624, Walla Walla 633, Green River 649. Top 10—Cole Lorenzo (Spo) 141, Josh Whitley (SkgtVal) 145, Evan Omelia (Spo) 146, Johnny Duffin (Spo) 146, Joey Barnes (Oly) 146, Zack Spencer (Spo) 147, Connor Bayha (SkgtVly) 148, Jack Tumlinson (CBC) 75-73—148, Sean Adams (CBC) 76-72—148, Keynan Fanslow (Oly) 149. CBC—Brenden Cox 72-80—152, Josh Garza 75-81—156, Cole Scott 87-91—178. Walla Walla—Grant Geelan 161, Eli Mendez 154, Brad Young 167, Mason Palmer 166, Ryan O’Meara 154, Jordan Deline 168.

Team scores—CBC 524, Spokane 553, Southwestern Oregon 565, Olympic 565, Centralia 562. Top 10—Megan Schulz (Cent) 161, Hope Neidhold (CBC) 79-87—166, Leslie Guzman (Oly) 170, Kelsey Bigness (WW) 174, Jennifer Puckett (GrnRvr) 175, Alexandra McQuarrei (SW Ore) 175, Abbey McMinn (CBC) 88-89—177, Brigid Rypien (Spo) 180, Bri Hadler (CBC) 89-92—181, Marissa Cassanova (Oly) 184. CBC—Janci Spoo 91-94—185, Casey Pucker 101-98—199.

JACK BARNES INVITATIONAL: Hanford’s Eric Dahl was medalist at the Jack Barnes Invitational at Three Lakes Golf Course in Wenatchee.

Dahl called a penalty on himself after double hitting a chip shot.

Yet he still was medalist with a 1-over-par 73, and the Falcons finished third as a team.

Ferris took the team title.

At Three Lakes golf course (par 72)

Team scores—1. Ferris 304; 2. Eastmont 329; 3. Hanford 331; 6. Kamiakin 341; 9. Kennewick 378; 11. Royal 403.

Top 10—1. Eric Dahl (Hanford) 73; 2. Tanner Comes (Ferris) 74; 3. Adam Martin (Ferris) 75; 4. Parker Ruehl (Ferris) 76; 5. Andrew Raab (East Valley) 77; 6. Aaron Seabrook (Eastmont) 78; 7. Nick Sutherland (Moses Lake) 79, Thomas Hannu (Hanford) 79, Shae Gurney (Kamiakin) 79, Mike Almquist (Ferris) 79, Brady Kuntz (Wenatchee) 79, Brandon Steele (Wenatchee) 79. Hanford—Ryan Ray 88, Sam Workman 91, Jake Inions 93. Kamiakin—Bolton Dauenhauer 80, Pierce McDonald 81, Dillon Ecclestone 101, Ike Wilbur 102. Kennewick—Cedric Hines 84, Jenner Beauchamp 96, Grey Judy 98, Sam Szendre 100, Seth Gorham 110. Royal—Clifford Lester 94, Collin Christensen 96, Nelson Ramirez 104, Austin Walz 109. Pasco—Ryan Rickman 104, Jordan Brown 134.

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