Eli Huntington of Camas and Grady Millar of Mountain View claim individual honors
Camas pulled away in the second round, and Mountain View cruised past the competition at the district boys golf championships this week at Lewis River Golf Course in Woodland.
Eli Huntington of Camas won the Class 4A individual title by 10 strokes with a two-day total of 4-over par 146. Huntington went 2-under for the day in Tuesday’s final round. Allen Kim of Skyview finished second.
Camas also won the team championship over the Storm. The Papermakers had a five-stroke lead after the first day, then extended the margin to 16.
Mountain View won its fifth consecutive district championship, winning the 3A tournament.
Grady Millar led the Thunder, winning the individual title with a two-day total of 5-over par. Teammates Spencer Moody and Alex Rigby tied for second. (Moody won a tiebreaker for second place but the ties were broken in order to determine bi-district seedings.)
Kian Iverson finished sixth and Braden Kendric placed seventh, meaning Mountain View’s five golfers finished in the top seven.
Mountain View won the team title by more than 100 strokes over Kelso.
This concludes the regular season for boys golf in the region. In many regions throughout the state, boys and girls golf seasons are split up, with boys in the fall and girls in the spring. Then the state tournaments for boys and girls, in all classifications, are held in May.
Next up for the boys is the bi-district tournament in the spring, to determine berths to the state tournament to be held May 24-25, 2022.