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WWCC wraps up Cardinal Classic

WWCC wraps up Cardinal Classic

BURLINGTON, Wash. — Walla Walla Community College’s Conor Lees finished the Cardinal Classic at Avalon Golf Links here on Monday in seventh place, two spots higher than he sat after the first round on Sunday. Lees shot 75-77—152, to tie North Idaho’s Ben Harvey for seventh. Bellevue’s Kevin Simmons shaved five shots off his first-round…

Warriors competing at Cardinal Classic

Warriors competing at Cardinal Classic

BURLINGTON, Wash. — Walla Walla Community College’s Conor Lees carded a 3-over-par 75 to sit in a five-way tie for ninth place after the first round of the Skagit Valley Cardinal Classic at Avalon Golf Links here on Sunday. The first round was played under partly rainy skies and cool temperatures, Warriors coach Mike Rostollan…

Egusquiza drops eight strokes, leads WWCC at North Idaho

Egusquiza drops eight strokes, leads WWCC at North Idaho

Marcus Egusquiza climbs to 17th place on the individual leaderboard on Monday, while Brooke Cramer tops the Warrior women in 23rd place. HAYDEN, Idaho — Marcus Egusquiza cut eight strokes in the second round, climbed into 17th place out of 51 on the men’s individual leaderboard, and finished as the highest-ranked Walla Walla Community College…

Cramer paces Warrior golfers at North Idaho

Cramer paces Warrior golfers at North Idaho

HAYDEN, Idaho — Walla Walla’s Brooke Cramer shot 87 here Sunday at the stormy Avondale Golf Course and found herself in a six-way tie for 10th place in a Northwest Athletic Conference girls golf tournament hosted by North Idaho College. Cramer’s round enabled the WWCC women’s team to finish seventh in a field of nine…

Warriors wrap up at Invite

Warriors wrap up at Invite

OREGON CITY, Ore. — There wasn’t much to write home about here Tuesday as Walla Walla Community College’s men’s and women’s golf teams finished in the back halves of their respective fields in the Warner Pacific University Invitational at the Stone Creek Golf Course. WWCC’s men’s ‘A’ team finished ninth and a Warriors’ ‘B’ team…

WWCC, WWU golfers at Invite

WWCC, WWU golfers at Invite

OREGON CITY, Ore. — Walla Walla Community College and Walla Walla University both completed first-round action in the Warner Pacific Invitational under partly sunny skies here at Stone Creek Golf Course on Monday. WWCC women placed fourth after 18 holes, with WWU at the bottom of the seven-team standings. Meanwhile, with the men playing 36…

Warrior men’s, women’s golfers at Lewis-Clark Spring Invite

Warrior men’s, women’s golfers at Lewis-Clark Spring Invite

CLARKSTON — Wa-Hi graduate Brooke Cramer shot a 96 to lead Walla Walla Community College’s women, but her team joined the WWCC men at the bottom of the standings after first-round play in the two-day Lewis-Clark Spring Invitational here at Clarkston Country Club on Monday. The WWCC men shot a 336, trailing third-place Spokane by…

Wa-Hi grad Cramer paces Warriors

Wa-Hi grad Cramer paces Warriors

FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — Walla Walla High School graduate Brooke Cramer scored 37 points to lead WWCC in the final round as the Warriors finished seventh among nine women’s golf teams in the Highline Invitational here at Twin Lakes Country Club on Monday. The Warriors totaled 207 points, 11 behind sixth-place Bellevue. Spokane topped the…

Whit Invite fogged out

The second round of the Whitman Invitational at Wine Valley Golf Course on Sunday was canceled due to fog. The meant Saturday’s first round decided final standings. Whitworth’s Sam Stiles wound up medalist with a 3-under-par 69, while his team topped the leaderboard with a 291. Walla Walla Community College’s Marcus Egusquiza tied for seventh…

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