Skwarek leads Hanford to Palouse Ridge Invite title

By the Tri-City HeraldApril 19, 2014 

Hanford’s Lacy Skwarek finished second with an 83 at the Palouse Ridge Invitational in Pullman, helping the Falcons to a tie for the team title with Kamiakin on Friday.

Mia Johnson led the Braves with a third-place finish with an 87, while Kennewick’s Allison Kadinger also had an 87.

Team scores—Kamiakin 386, Hanford 386, Lewiston 395, Wenatchee 407, Hermiston 409, Lake City 414, Clarkston 418, Eastmont 431, Pullman 436, Cheney 446, Deer Park 446, Moscow 454, Post Falls 487, Shadle Park 513, Coeur d’Alene INC, Kennewick INC.
Top 10 (par 72)—Sammi Jo Spring (Lew) 82, Lacy Skwarek (Han) 83, Mia Johnson (Kam) 87, Allison Kadinger (Ken) 87, Grace Frazier (Clark) 88, Allison Duffin (CDA) 90, Emily Dodge (LC) 91, Carly Bozett (Wen) 91, Nicole Welter (Pul) 94, Alexa Clark (Kam) 94. Kamiakin—Sharon Madder 100, Brianna Esvelt 105, Raegan Bishop 115. Kennewick—Taylor Hendrickson 119. Hanford—Michelle Troup 95, Bev McCarty 103, Amy Aiello 105. Hermiston—Madison Welch 98, Taunie Brock 97, Kenedi Hill 102, Kim Nevil 112.

Southeast 2B (Wednesday): The DeSales boys and girls golf teams swept a league match at Canyon Lakes on Wednesday.

DeSales’ Scott Kimball and Emily Baumgart each shot 80 to win their respective medalist titles.

At Canyon Lakes Golf Course (par 72)
Boys
Team scores
—1. DeSales, 334; 2. Pomeroy, 375; 3. Tri-Cities Prep, 446; 4. St. John-Endicott, 482; 5. Tekoa-Rosalia, 492.
Top 3—1. Scott Kimball, DeSales, 80; 2. Isaiah Ojeda, Liberty Christian, 82; 3. Jarod Konen, DeSales, 83. DeSales—Kimball, Konen, Dan Schaefer 84, Steve Xiao, 87; Robert Kelly, 102. Tri-Cities Prep—Chris Yakawcih, 100; Hogan Jones, 101.
Girls
Team scores
—1. DeSales, 459; 2. Tri-Cities Prep, 492; 3. St. John-Endicott/Rosalia, 518.
Top 3—1. Emily Baumgart, DeSales, 80; 2. Makenna Richards, Tri-Cities Prep, 114; t3. La Nae Monroe, Tri-Cities Prep, 116; and Liz Ruthven, DeSales, 116. DeSales—Baumgart; Ruthven; Jane Conley, 122. Tri-Cities Prep—Richards; Monroe; Moira Thornhill, 124; Isabel Essex, 138

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