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Woodland’s Huddleston leads Day 1 of 2A district golf

By , Columbian sports staff

Woodland junior Dane Huddleston shot a 3-under-par 68 Wednesday and leads by four shots after the first day of the 2A District Tournament at Riverside Golf Club in Chehalis.

Huddleston’s round included five birdies — including back-to-back on holes 12 and 13 — and two bogeys.

His first birdie came on the No. 6 hole where he carded a 2. However he gave the shot back with a bogey 6 on the next hole. He did close out the front nine with a birdie.

Jay Nickerson of R.A. Long is second overall after a 72, and Ryan Snyder of Columbia River is third with 73.

The tournament concludes Thursday with the top 46 golfers who made the cut of 95 or better. Tee times are scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. with the top three going off at 11:30 a.m.


At par-71 Riverside GC, Chehalis

Day 1 Leaderboard

Dane Huddleston, Woodland 68

Jay Nickerson, R.A. Long 72

Ryan Snyder, Columbia River 73

Alden Fay, Columbia River 75

Von Wasson, Centralia 75

Benjamin Halverstadt, WF West 76

Logan Autrey, Woodland 79

Noah Larson, Columbia River 79

Kaden Clark, Tumwater 81

Area team results

COLUMBIA RIVER — Ryan Snyder 73, Alden Fay 75, Noah Larson 79, Alex Snyder 82, Jack Kendrick 84, Caleb Bunn 87.

HOCKINSON — Grant Gumringer 87, Tanner Williams 87, Leo Roberts 94. Missed cut: Brandon Correy 113, Cooper Smith 126.

MARK MORRIS — Caleb Stewart 85, Ian MacArthur 92, Beau Jensen 94.

R.A. LONG — Jay Nickerson 72, Hewson Nguyen 83, Riley Coleman 87.

RIDGEFIELD — Cruz Combs 82, Zac Warren 85, Parker Daniels 93, Tyler Whitmore 93, Jack Brown 95. Missed cut: Max Daniels 96.

WASHOUGAL — Keagan Payne 84, Ryan Tuite 91, Carson Chase 94, Cole Vaughan 95. Missed cut: Brayden Kassel 98, Colby Mings 103.

WOODLAND — Dane Huddleston 68, Logan Autrey 79, Keaten Stansberry 90. Missed cut: Colton Hall 96, Jake Sams 107, Nathan Karchesky 121.

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