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Prep boys golf: 4A District 1 Tournament

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EVERETT — Once again, Lynnwood’s Rudy Caparas is the district champion.
Caparas shot a 70 and 66 for a two-day score of 136, beating second-place golfer Brian Moon of Kamiak (148) by 12 strokes to clinch his second-consecutive district title.
The Royals senior actually holds the course record at Legion. Caparas shot a 62 on Aug. 14, 2013 from the blue tee boxes.
The top 13 golfers qualified for next week’s state tournament at Camas Meadows Golf Club. Moon led a quartet of Kamiak golfers that qualified, including Steven Cabanday (154), Ryan Kerr (157) and Matt Kornegay (159). Snohomish was right behind the Knights with Luke Kuna (149), Keegan Willis (158) and Ethan Casto (160) qualifying.
Jackson’s Arnold Ha (149), Monroe’s Owen Fenner (153), Edmonds-Woodway’s Dylan Merrill (158), Anthony Guerrero (159) of Lake Stevens and Jonathan Cisneros (Cascade) rounded out the state qualifiers.
Brayden Webb (Lake Stevens) and Miles Witt (Mount Vernon) are the district’s alternates.
At Legion Memorial G.C.
18 holes, par 72
Top 15 finishers (top 13 to state, next two alternates)
1. Rudy Caparas (Lynnwood) 70-66—136 (medalist); 2. Brian Moon (Kamiak) 76-72—148; 3. Luke Kuna (Snohomish) 75-74—149; 3. Arnold Ha (Jackson) 76-73—149; 5. Owen Fenner (Monroe) 78-75—153; 6. Steven Cabanday (Kamiak) 77-77—154; 7. Ryan Kerr (Kamiak) 82-75—157; 8. Keegan Willis (Snohomish) 79-79—158; 8. Dylan Merrill (Edmonds-Woodway) 84-74—158; 10. Anthony Guerrero (Lake Stevens) 82-77—159; 10. Matt Kornegay (Kamiak) 79-80—159; 12. Ethan Casto (Snohomish) 82-78—160; 12. Jonathan Cisneros (Cascade) 83-77—160. 14. (alternate) Brayden Webb (Lake Stevens) 82-79—161; 15. (alternate) Miles Witt (Mount Vernon) 86-78—164.

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