Tudor cards 81 for G'view boys


Sean Tudor of Grandview, who had an 81 for the low Greyhound score yesterday, eyes his putt on the third green Tuesday at Black Rock Creek Golf Course.

Grandview's Sean Tudor posted a respectable 9-over-par 81 yesterday at Black Rock Creek Golf Course to pace the Greyhound boys team. But with numerous golfers scoring in the 70's, the Grandview linksters settled for a third place finish in the five-school field.

Tuesday's competition wrapped up CWAC play for the 'Hounds. Grandview finished with an 11-9 conference record, behind first place Othello (20-0) and East Valley (14-6). Toppenish (5-15) and Naches Valley (0-20) finished fourth and fifth, respectively, in the league standings.

Tudor fired a 4-over 40 on the front side yesterday, almost mirroring his performance with a 41 after the turn.

Teammate Andrew Michels, had he parred the treacherous, par-5 sixth hole, would have tied Tudor for team honors. Unfortunately, Michels absorbed a 10x on the hole and had to settle for an 86 (45-41).

Also shooting 86 for the 'Hounds was Ryan Dill. He stumbled a bit on the front side with a 44, but cut his back nine score to a 6-over 42.

Spencer Lewis rounded out the scoring for Grandview by carding a 90 on front and back scores of 48-42.

The 343 team score Grandview tallied at the five-school match was seven strokes back of second place finishing East Valley (336). The Red Devils were led by Ryan Tjarnberg, who shot a 4-over 76. Othello, undefeated in league play this season, finished first yesterday with a team total of 307. Bart Patitucci, who has to be everyone's pick for league MVP this season, earned medalist honors Tuesday with a 1-over 73 to power the Huskies.

The closest anyone came to taking medalist honors away from Patitucci in league play this season happened yesterday, though. Toppenish's Adam Story, a sophomore, was just one shot back of Patitucci with a 2-over 74. Story toured the front nine with a 3-over 39, then got hot on the back side and closed with a 1-under 35.

Story's brother, Tyler, and Othello's Jason Brault tied for fourth low individual round Tuesday. The two each carded a 5-over 77.



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