Allison Kadinger (Kennewick) finished seventh Tuesday to help lead the Lewis-Clark State women’s golf team to victory at the NNU Intercollegiate in Nampa, Idaho.
Kadinger shot rounds of 83 and 82 on the par-72 Ridgecrest Golf Club course to finish at 21-over-par 165. Her teammate Karina Davila earned medalist honors with a 155 (77-78) as Lewis-Clark State beat Northwest Nazarene by six strokes.
On the men’s side, Cole Lorenzo (Richland) had a three-round total of 226 (73-76-77) to take fourth individually and help LCSC finish third in the team standings.
The Warriors ended with a score of 922, 34 strokes behind winner Northwest Nazarene and 10 behind runner-up Concordia.
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Lewis-Clark State’s Kurt Simmons (Hermiston) tied for 14th at 232 (73-80-79).
Track and field
Lewis-Clark State freshman Owen Lanning (Waitsburg-Prescott) was named a Frontier Conference Men’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week.
Lanning just missed the NAIA qualifying standard for the decathlon at the Mt. Hood Multis on Friday in Gresham, Ore., finishing with a fifth-place total of 4,892 points. The standard is 4,950.
Saturday, he competed in the triple jump, long jump and 4x400-meter relay at the Willamette Invitational in Salem, Ore.
Lewis-Clark State’s Stephanie Buckingham (Kennewick) won at No. 3 singles, beating Heather Borsos 5-7, 6-2, 6-2, and teamed with Hannah Uhlenkott for an 8-5 victory at No. 2 doubles as the Warriors beat host San Diego Christian College 5-4.
Monday in La Habra, Calif., Buckingham and Deanri Human beat Hope International’s Celeste Chavez and Jazsmen Hilbert 8-1 at No. 3 doubles, and the Warriors won 9-0 in their inaugural Golden State Athletic Conference competition.
Connor Moore (Richland) earned his first win of the season in relief as Seattle University beat Portland 4-3 in 10 innings in Bellevue.
Cameron Richman (DeSales) took the loss for the Pilots, pitching the final 2 2/3 innings.
▪ Jarod Gonzales (Kennewick) had one of Gonzaga’s five hits in the Bulldogs’ 2-0 road loss to Washington.
Western Washington’s Emily Benson (Kamiakin) saw the end of her 16-game hitting streak in the Vikings’ 4-3 road loss to Stanislaus State.
In the opener of the doubleheader, Benson went 1-for-2 in WWU’s 4-2 win.