The Grandview High School girls hosted 18 holes at Black Rock Creek Golf Course yesterday afternoon.
The Lady Greyhounds put in a strong performance for early in the year, but the Ephrata Tigers outshot them on the day.
Kayla Lucas posted the low round for Grandview, finishing with 122. Teagan Parrish was second for the Lady 'Hounds with 133. Grandview's Hannah Pond shot 136 on the afternoon and Reagan Colson tallied 154 strokes.
Zoe Wilson of Prosser scored a 132 to lead her team in the match. Mustang Ruby Trujillo was close behind with a tally of 135. Next in line for Prosser was Rylie Burnett who racked up 145 strokes on her round of the course. Kassidy Burnett (154) and Samantha Buckles (165) rounded out the Prosser team.
Winning top honors was Ephrata's Kendall Sage, who shot a 95. The Tigers also took home the top team honors with an aggregate score of 416.
Grandview tallied a team score of 550 and the Prosser Mustangs were a close third with 566.