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Camas’ Huntington ties for 5th; Columbia River boys 2nd at state golf tournaments

Mountain View boys finish 4th at 3A tournament

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Camas’ Eli Huntington could not improve on his first-round 71 at the 4A state boys golf tournament on Wednesday, shooting a 75 at Indian Summer Country Club in Olympia and finished tied for fifth overall.

Battle Ground’s Alex Salinas was the other local top-20 finisher at the 4A boys event, finishing tied for 19th at 156.

At the 2A boys tournament at Capitol City Golf Club in Olympia, four of Columbia River’s five golfers posted better second-round scores than they did in the first round, and that helped the Rapids place second in the team standings to Burlington-Edison, 131-106.

River’s Noah Larson shot a 74 on Wednesday to finish tied for 12th at 151. Woodland’s Dane Huddleston was 15th at 152, and River’s Alden Fay was tied for 16th at 154.

Alex Rigby led Mountain View to a fourth-place team finish at the 3A boys tournament at Liberty Lake Golf Course. Rigby shot a 72 on Wednesday to finish tied for eighth at 143. Teammate Grady Millar was 11th at 114, and Prairie’s Jack Dahlberg was the other local top-20 finisher, tying for 18th at 149.

Seton Catholic’s Jacob Parker finished tied for 16th at the 1A boys tournament at Indian Canyon Golf Course in Spokane with a 162.

Kalama’s Todd Tabor finished third at the 2B/1B boys tournament at Deer Park Golf Course. Tabor shot a 73 on Wednesday to finish at 148, just four strokes off the lead.

At the 3A girls tournament at Meadowwood Golf Course in Liberty Lake, Mountain View’s Annika Yeh shot a 74 on Wednesday to finish tied for 10th at 147.

Hockinson’s Grace Phillips was tied for 15th at the 2A girls tournament in Tumwater at 172, and Woodland’s Zoe Jouwsma tied for 19th at 174.

Riley Philbrook and Gracie Harlow posted top-10 finishes in the 1A girls tournament at Indian Canyon, helping King’s Way Christian finish third in the team standings.

Philbrook was tied for fifth at 172, while Harlow was 10th at 183. La Center’s Sabrina Joner tied for 14th at 191.

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