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GALLERY: Greens and diamond stay busy

by HERALD SPORTS STAFF
Herald Sports Staff | July 3, 2024 1:30 AM

MOSES LAKE — Whether it was on the golf course or the baseball diamond, athletes in the Columbia Basin have stayed busy throughout the past week.

    Max Herendeen, from Bellvue, receives the second-place trophy at Thursday’s WA Golf Men’s Amateur Championship at The Links at Moses Pointe.
 
 
    Othello High School’s Quade Gonzalez, right, waits for a pitch during a game in Friday’s CWU Summer Series game against the Central Washington Sixers. Othello’s Ryan Martinez, left, catches the pitch.
 
 
    Jackson Suh, from Bellvue, lines up a shot during Thursday’s final round of the WA Golf Men’s Amateue Championship at The Links at Moses Pointe.
 
 
    A golfer tees off at the tee box of the 10th hole at the Sage Hills Golf Club during Saturday’s Please Hit Straight golf tournament.
 
 
    A baserunner for the 16U Central Washington Sixers leads off of third base during Friday’s game against RSP Underclass at Big Bend Community College.
 
 
    A golfer swings his putter in the putting competition at Saturday’s Please Hit Straight golf tournament in Warden.
 
 
    Dane Huddleston swings his club from the fairway at Thursday’s final round of the WA Golf Men’s Amateur Championship. Huddleston won the tournament.