Lady ’Hounds struggle at CWAC match


TERRACE HEIGHTS – Unable to adjust to the changing elevation of the Yakima Country Club course, the Grandview girls’ golf team didn’t post one of its best showings of the season this past Monday afternoon.

The three Grandview golfers all shot eight to 12 strokes higher than the rounds they’ve been carding of late.

Monday’s match was a CWAC contest hosted by the East Valley Red Devils. Selah and Wapato also competed in the league competition.

Medalist honors Monday went to East Valley’s Tiffany Sauve. She tallied a 97 on the par-72 course – out in 49 with a 48 after the clubhouse turn.

One stroke back with a 98 (52-46) was East Valley teammate Shelby Baum.

The Red Devils claimed top team honors Monday with an aggregate 400.

Second-place honors went to Selah, which tallied a team score of 449. The Vikings’ Morgan Edwards had the low individual round for Selah – a 103 (53-50).

Wapato placed third in the CWAC match with a team score of 540. The Wolves were paced by Karen Woods (56-55 – 111).

Grandview had to absorb an incomplete in the team scoring because the Lady ‘Hounds are unable to field a full complement of four golfers.

The low round turned in by the Grandview squad was Hannah Pond’s 112. She mustered a 57 on the front nine, shaving two strokes of that with a 55 on the back side.

Second in for Grandview was Teagan Parrish. She went 60-66 on the two nines for a 126. Reagan Colson’s 153 rounded out the Grandview team scoring.

Grandview closes out CWAC play next Monday at Othello. The three-school match will also include Ellensburg.


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