Millar was in a foursome that included Woodland’s Dane Huddleston, Camas’ Eli Huntington and Prairie Jack Dalberg. Huddleston and Huntington followed Millar with 3-under 66s, with Huddleston earning second-place overall on a tiebreaker. Dalberg shot an even-par 71.
“It was a lot of fun playing with those guys,” Millar said. “We were having a great time today. We really enjoyed playing together.”
Altogether, there were six players who broke par for 18 holes, including Camas’ Evan Chen (67), Seton Catholic’s Jacob Parker (67) and Hockinson’s Grant Gumringer (70).
The team competition was equally spirited with Camas taking first place with a score of 287. Mountain View, which was missing another top player in Alex Rigby on Wednesday, still managed to edge out Columbia River for second place 292-295.
The Prairie Invitational has been held for years at The Cedars on Salmon Creek. But with that course closing last year and limited tee times on other Clark County courses, the tournament relocated to Portland this fall.