Prep roundup: Moses Lake girls golf ninth at home invite

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MOSES LAKE — Kerisa Sanislo shot a 98 and Moses Lake finished ninth overall at its home invitational at Moses Lake Golf Club.

Richland edged Mead by three strokes to take home the team championship, shooting a combined 165.

Moses Lake scored 198 for ninth and Othello shot 257 for 11th.

To go with its team championship, Richland’s Macy Robertson was the individual medalist. Robertson held off Ellensburg’s Kathryn Crimp by six strokes and carded a 78 for first place.

Sanislo’s 98 was good for 18th and the low score for the Chiefs. Payton Erdmann (106) placed 20th and Kendall Sandhop (117) was 29th.

Othello’s Janey Zapata shot 128 for 36th. Edith Reyes (138), Candys Miller (141), Tanisha Salsbury (149) rounded out Othello’s scores.

Team scores (top five and locals)

1. Richland 165

2. Mead 168

3. Pasco 170

4. Ellensburg 183

5. Eastmont 184

5. Mt. Spokane 184

9. Moses Lake 198

11. Othello 257

Individual scores (top five and locals)

1. Macy Robertson, Richland, 78

2. Kathryn Crimp, Ellensburg, 84

3. Cami Culp, Mead, 85

4. Maddie Douglas, Ellensburg, 86

5. Katie Maher, Mt. Spokane, 87

5. Michaela Morris, Walla Walla, 87

18. Kerisa Sanislo, Moses Lake 98

20. Payton Erdmann, Moses Lake, 106

29. Kendall Sandhop, Moses Lake, 117

36. Janey Zapata, Othello, 128

40. Edith Reyes, Othello, 138

43. Candys Miller, Othello, 141

44. Tanisha Salsbury, Othello, 149

Boys golf

Ephrata boys fourth at Clarkston Invite

CLARKSTON — Ephrata posted even scores in the 90s to finish fourth at the Clarkston Invite.

Led by scores of 91 from Jacob Rawley and Max Boruff, the Tigers shot 366.

Gonzaga Prep’s Nate Plaster shot 69 for medalist honors and the Bullpups were first overall with a score of 296.

Team scores

1. Gonzaga Prep 296

2. Coeur d’Alene 326

3. Central Valley 334

4. Ephrata 366

5. Clarkston 391

6. Cheney 421

Ephrata scores: Jacob Rawley 91, Max Boruff 91, Jayce Moore 92, Buster Davidson 92

— Staff roundup

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