The field battled the weather and the course, and posted great scores. Olympia’s Riley Killip stepped onto the first tee Sunday on a mission, one stroke behind the day one leaders, Drew Halili and Gyan Bains. Riley made the turn with 5 birdies on the card and never looked back, finishing the Sunday round with an easy 68. Joshua Lackey began the day one off the lead and after a closing 73, claimed the second spot. Tim Nail recovered from an opening round 81, posting a 71 on Sunday to finish tied for the 3rd spot with Drew Halili, the Port Orchard flash. In the Girl’s 15-19 division, Sarah Lawrence, from Duvall, battled Molly O’Brien for 2 days, eventually claiming the tile with a one stroke victory. Molly held a one stroke advantage after day one, and played a solid 2nd day round, and was a putt away from forcing sudden death,...