Mukilteo woman shares amateur lead

SEATTLE — Karinn Dickinson of Mukilteo shared the lead with Megan Haase of Spokane on Wednesday after two rounds of the 19th annual Washington State Women’s Amateur Championship at Rainier Golf and Country Club in Seattle, Wash.

Dickinson had the low round of the day with a 4-over-par 77, and has a two-day total of 5-over 151 heading into today’s final round. Haase finished Wednesday’s round with a 6-over 79.

Dickinson and Haase have a six-stroke lead over Kristen Rue of Gig Harbor, who is in third place at 11-over 157.

Kimberley Santiago of Lynnwood is tied for seventh at 14-over 160.

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