Golf: Southridge's Warner wins another MCC pod (w/gallery)

April 30, 2014 

Southridge’s Catherine Warner continued her strong season, winning the Mid-Columbia Conference’s fourth pod match Wednesday at Canyon Lakes Golf Course in Kennewick.

Warner has won three of the four pod matches, this time firing a 6-over 78 to lead the Suns to a tie for third place in the team standings.

She birdied three of her first 13 holes, but a double-bogey late helped erase those. She still did enough to hold off Pasco High’s Neydeen Martinez, who was second at 79.

Kamiakin won the team title with ease, shooting a 347. Pasco was second at 371, while Hanford and Southridge tied for third at 373.

Mia Johnson and Alexa Clark, a freshman, tied for third at 81 to lead the Braves. Biranna Esvelt was 10th at 92 and Britney Gough tied for 11th at 93. A dominating performance for the Braves as a whole.

Hanford’s Lacy Skwarek and Kennewick’s Allison Kadinger also tied for third at 81.

At Canyon Lakes Golf Course, Kennewick (par-72)

Team scores—1. Kamiakin, 347; 2. Pasco, 371; t3. Hanford, 373; and Southridge, 373; 5. Walla Walla, 387; 6. Richland, 416; 7. Chiawana, INC.; 8. Kennewick, INC.

Top 10—1. Catherine, Warner, Southridge, 78; 2. Neydeen Martinez, Pasco, 79; t3. Lacy Skwarek, Hanford, 81; and Mia Johnson, Kamiakin, 81; and Alexa Clark, Kamiakin, 81; and Allison Kadinger, Kennewick, 81; 7. Jalayne Martinez, Pasco, 82; 8. Jessica Huntsman, Walla Walla, 84; 9. Tayler Hood, Southridge, 91; 10. Brianna Esvelt, Kamiakin, 92. Kamiakin—Johnson; Clark; Esvelt; Britney Gough, 93; Shavon Madder, 102; Natalie Downard, 115. Pasco—N. Martinez; J. Martinez; Kayla Olson, 99; Elizabeth Greenaway, 111; Daisy DeJesus, 111. Hanford—Skwarek; Bev McCarthy, 93; Michelle Troupe, 96; Taylor Fievez, 103; Amy Aiello, 106; Sydney Galbreath, 123. Southridge—Hood; Sydney Meilleur, 95; Meredith Hibbard, 109; Ashlley Eissens, 128; Amanda Brunson, 132. Richland—Kea Robertson, 93; Breanna Watts, 98; April Mercer, 103; Claire Shea, 122; Reagan Mercer, 124. Walla Walla—Huntsman; Marisa Jimenez, 96; Kendall Dunovant, 101; Brooke Cramer, 106; Janie Gannon, 118; Ashley Halazon, 121. Kennewick—Kadinger. Chiawana—Kendall Rodriguez, 101; Danika Pink, 115; McKinley Powers, 155; Megan Steach, DQ.

Boys golf

MCC Pod 4: The Richland High golf team was as hot as the weather, shooting a combined 13-over 299 to cruise to a Mid-Columbia Conference pod victory at Canyon Lakes Golf Course.

Drew McCullough and Quinton Parnell tied for medalist honors, shooting 1-over 73s. Hunter Ashby tied for fourth at 75, and Carl Underwood was sixth at 78.

Heck, even Richland’s No. 5 golfer — whose score doesn’t count toward the team score — made the top 10, as Andrew Hattori shot an 80.

Hanford was second at 327, Southridge third at 334 and Kamiakin fourth at 346.

Eric Dahl shot a 74 to take third for the Falcons, while Southridge’s Austin Brown tied for fourth at 75.

At Canyon Lakes Golf Course (par-72)

Team scores—1. Richland, 299; 2. Hanford, 327; 3. Southridge, 334; 4. Kamiakin, 346; 5. Walla Walla, 347; 6. Kennewick, 364; 7. Chiawana, 367; 8. Pasco, 486.

Top 10—t1. Drew McCullough, Richland, 73; 2. Quinton Parnell, Richland, 73; 3. Eric Dahl, Hanford, 74; t4. Hunter Ashby, Richland, 75; and Austin Brown, Southridge, 75; t6. Carl Underwood, Richland, 78; and Parker Dressler, Walla Walla, 78; 8. Bolton Dauenhauer, Kamiakin, 79; t9. Thomas Hannu, Hanford, 80; and Ryan Ray, Hanford, 80; and Andrew Hattori, Richland, 80. Richland—McCullough; Parnell; Ashby; Underwood. Hanford—Dahl; Hannu; Ray; Tom Hill, 93. Southridge—Brown; Ryan Thomas, 84; Garret Neswick, 85; Larsen Watia, 90. Kamiakin—Dauenhauer; Shae Gurney, 85; Trevor Roberts, 90; Dillon Ecclestone, 92. Walla Walla—Dressler; Nate Towner, 88; Troy Aguilar, 89; Tyler Morrison, 92. Kennewick—Riley Deathridge, 89; Tristan Thomas, 90; Sam Szendre, 92; Cedric Hines, 93. Chiawana—Levi Dronen, 82; Collin Rodriguez, 93; Titan Greer, 94; Chandler Newell, 98. Pasco—Ryan Rickman, 96; Nate Chavez, 127; Jordan Brown, 130; Matt Davis, 133.

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