Hatch and Caparas tied for lead

EVERETT — Kamiak’s Chris Hatch fired a 3-over 75 to tie for the individual lead and help the Knights clinch the district team title on the first day of the 4A Wesco distict tournament at Legion Memorial Golf Course.

Rudy Caparas of Lynnwood also recorded a 75 to join Hatch at the top of the leaderboard, while Snohomish’s Ethan Casto and Jackson’s Kyle Cornett trail the co-leaders by two shots.

The Knights’ Brian Moon, Steven Cabanday and Tyler Singer each shot a 78, among 12 golfers tied for fifth, and Matt Kornegay finished at 8-over as Kamiak edged Snohomish by four strokes for team honors.

After play on Monday, 37 of 49 players remain for today’s final round. The top 13 finishers qualify for the 4A state tournament, which will take place at Camas Meadows Golf Club on May 21-22.

At Legion Memorial Golf Course

18 holes, par 72

Team scores: Kamiak 389, Snohomish 393, Mount Vernon 424, Cascade 424, Arlington 427, Edmonds-Woodway 440.

Kamiak: Chris Hatch 75, Brian Moon 78, Steven Cabanday 78, Tyler Singer 78, Matt Kornegay 80. Snohomish: Ethan Casto 77, Austin Willis 78, Keegan Willis 78, Michael Siderius 78, Luke Kuna 82. Mount Vernon: Kyle Frederick 78, Miles Witt 78, Tanner Weymouth 85, Tyler Visten 86, Dane Hewitt 98. Cascade: Chris Olson 78, Cameron Metcalfe 79, Simon Josephson 85, Jonathan Cisneros 89, Gabe Davis 94. Arlington: Anthony Allen 78, Nick Rothrock 78, Aiden McCann 86, Cody McLane 87, Bishop Tyner 98, Gus Abel 99, Edmonds-Woodway: Keaton Yalowicki 83, EJ Tilt 86, Drew Gradwohl 87, Marcus Lynch 92, Tony Tilt 93. Lake Stevens: Brayden Webb 94, Anthony Guerrero 85, Erik Lundquist 88, Nate Slater 94. Lynnwood: Rudy Caparas 75, Rui Nakagawa 89, Tyler Scarr 104. Jackson: Kyle Cornett 77, Marcus Blake 89, Israel Martinez 104. Monroe: Owen Fenner 78, Michael Fretz 80, David Garrison 94. Mariner: Wis Joemjumroon 79.

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