Shrout helps LCSC
women’s golf team to title
Cortney Shrout, Juanita Villa, and Kara Player all
carded 82s on a rough and blustery day to help the
Lewis-Clark State College women’s golf team capture the
title in the LCSC Invitational, which wrapped up play at
the Clarkston Golf & Country Club on Tuesday.
entered the final 18 holes three shots behind Rocky
Mountain, but despite the tough playing conditions, the
Warrior managed to shoot a team score of 340 on Tuesday,
two shots better than their opening round of 342, which
was played in near ideal conditions on Monday.
Concordia finished second on the women’s side with a
689, while Rocky Mountain fell to third at 697.
men’s side, the University of Victoria held onto its
lead to win at 613, while Walla Walla Community College
was second at 621. LCSC finished third at 624.
a freshman from Okanogan, Wash., earned medalist honors
for the two-day 36-hole event with a 163 total. Villa, a
sophomore from Columbia, and Player, a senior from
Australia, both stepped up their games and improved on
their first day scores. Villa’s 82 was three shots
better than her opening round, while Player improved by
Concordia also was able to improve on its first day
score by one stroke, but Rocky Mountain fell off its
first-round pace by 19 strokes. First-day leader Dianne
Alcantara, a freshman for Rocky, carded an 88 Tuesday
after firing a 78 on Monday.
men’s side, Victoria’s Steve Lane and Community Colleges
tied for medalist honors at 150. Only 12 of the 57
golfers in the men’s field broke 80 on Tuesday, with the
top round being a 74.
which entered the day in second place, fell 24 strokes
off its first-round score with a 324. Joey Lovell, a
freshman from Sandpoint, led the Warriors on Tuesday
with a 79, while Patrick Casabonne, a sophomore from
Boise, fired an 81.
next action for both Warrior teams won’t take place
until April 16-17 when the Warriors play host to a
regular-season Frontier Conference tournament at the
Lewiston Country Club.
Team scores –
University of Victoria 613, Walla Walla CC 621,
Lewis-Clark State 624, Concordia 625, CC of Spokane 632,
Rocky Mountain 641, Whitworth 643, Northwest Nazarene
655, Lethbridge 661.
Medalist – Lane,
Victoria – S.
Kane 69-81–150, P. Lilly 79-74–153, J. Denhill
78-90–158, B. Hatchwell 74-84–158, M. Evanecz 73-89–162.
Walla Walla CC –
S. Whitaker 73-78–151, A. Alldredge 76-78–154, T.
Ketelsen 80-79–159, R. Gaines 79-81–160, B. McKinney
– J. Ray 72-82–154, P. Casabonne 76-81–157, N.
Arrenbrecht 70-88–158, J. Lovell 82-79–161, J. McCaslin
Concordia – M.
Arima 75-76–151, C. Dehning 76-82–158, B. Bachman
79-80–159, A. Lightheart 77-84–161, M. Guthrie
of Spokane – J.
Azzarito 72-78–150, J. Lee 78-81–159, B. Filion
75-88–163, N. Cuchessi 78-87–165, R. Pitkonen 84-83-167.
Rocky Mountain –
B. Ottossen 73-86–159, K. Oden 80-80–160, J. Galt
84-79–163, J. Atkins 82-82–164, A. Pohle 80-89–169.
Whitworth – A.
Parrott 73-81–154, J. Carter 85-77–162, J. Dykes
77-87–164, S. Thompson 78-86–164, S. Johnson 84-87–171.
– D. Raybould 76-78–154, A. Kroes 81-81–162, T. Jones
82-81–163, A. Flikema 86-91–177, C. Crail 89-90–179.
Lethbridge – C.
Johnson 84-79–163, S. Richardson 79-84–163, T. Reynolds
81-87–168, M. Foster 87-84–171, S. Sperling 82-96–178.
Team scores –
Lewis-Clark State 682, Concordia 689, Rocky Mountain
697, Victoria 702.
Shrout, LCSC, 163.
LCSC – C. Shrout
81-82–163, J. Villa 85-82–167, K. Player 83-82–175, S.
Kluever 83-95–178, K. Fuqua 94-94–188.
Concordia – L.
Schmidt 86-82–168, K. Lindow 82-89–171, L. Aha
88-85–173, M. Chu 89-88–177, M. Silva 91-89–180.
Rocky Mountain –
D. Alcantara 78-88–166, R. Warren 86-88–174, C. Breen
83-91–174, J. Orchard 92-91–183, J. Hamilton
Victoria – K.
Janzen 84-90–174, A. Balser 88-88–176, N. Sykora
93-86–179, A. Quinlon 90-90–180, K. Chew 86-97–183.