Neidhold leads CBC women to golf win

May 12, 2014 

Richland High graduate Hope Neidhold fired a second-round 81 at Bandon Trails on Monday to clinch medalist honors for Columbia Basin College at the Southwestern Oregon Community College Invitational golf tournament in Oregon.

Neidhold, who shot a 74 on Sunday, finished 19 strokes ahead of the next closest golfer, Spokane’s Kelcie Gardner.

As a team, the Hawks took the title, and they finished 8-0 in regular-season play.

On the men’s side, host SWOCC took the team title and Tyler Swinton of SWOCC won a three-way playoff to take medalist honors at the Old McDonald course. The CBC men were led by Brandon Cox, who finished with a 158.


At Old McDonald (par 72)

Team scores—SWOCC 549, Spokane 602, Bellevue 612, Walla Walla 617, Skagit Valley 628, Olympic 630, CBC 651, Green River 660, Grays Harbor 731. Top 5—1. Tyler Swinton (SWOC) 146 — won playoff; 2. Cole Chavez (SWOCC) 146; Evan Omelia (Spo) 146; 4. Chad Hall (Bel) 151, Tyler Betcher (Bel) 151. CBC—Brandon Cox 158, Jack Tumlinson 161, Jon Wilson 166, Derek Wood 170, Josh Garza 172, Sean Adams 172. Walla Walla—Eli Mendez 154, Jordan Holladay 155, Grant Geelin 156, Tannen Potter 155, Bradley Young 163, Mason Palmer 163.


At Bandon Trails (par 72)

Team scores—CBC 516, Spokane 536, SWOC 594, Centralia 595, Bellevue 630, Olympic 646.

Top 5—1, Hope Neidhold (CBC) 155; 2, Kelcie Gardner (Spo) 174; 3, Bri Hadler (CBC) 176; 4, Brigid Rypien (Spo) 180; 5. Sam Saleba (Bel) 183. CBC—Janci Spoo 185, Abby McMinn 193, Casey Tucker 198. Walla Walla—Kelsy Bigness 190.

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