CBC's Neidhold takes lead in NWAACC golf tourney

By the Tri-City HeraldApril 20, 2014 

Hope Neidhold shot a first-day 83 for the Columbia Basin women at Spokane’s Liberty Lake Golf Course and sits in third place in a nonleague NWAACC match.

Neidhold is three strokes off the pace set by a pair of golfers from Spokane and North Idaho. The CBC women also are in third in the team race, with Janci Spoo four strokes back of Neidhold with an 87.

The CBC men didn’t fare as well, with Jack Tumlenson posting the Hawks’ top score at 76, nine strokes off the leader. A rough day left CBC in last heading into today’s final round at Meadowwood.

At Liberty Lake (par 70)
Men’s team
—North Idaho 283, Spokane 290, Southwestern Oregon 294, Skagit Valley 298, Green River 301, Olympic 302, Columbia Basin 314. Top 3—Angus Montgomery, North Idaho, 67; Montana Frane, SW Oregon, 68; Evan Omelia, Spokane, 71. CBC—Jack Tumlenson 76, Sean Evans 79, John Wilson 79, Josh Garza 80, Derick Wood 84, Brandon Cox 88.
Women’s team—North Idaho 257, Spokane 257, Columbia Basin 262, Southwestern Oregon 281, Olympic 298. Top 3—Brigid Rypien, Spokane, 80; Madison Hauck, North Idaho, 80; Hope Neidhold, CBC, 83. CBC—Janci Spoo 87, Bri Hadler 92, Abby McMinn 100.

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