Snohomish County Amateur second-round scores

Flight 1 (+2.9 to 4.9) – Gross Scores

1st Round – 5/24/14 at Legion Memorial GC (Par 72)

2nd Round – 5/25/14 at Mill Creek CC (Par 72)

Kyle Cornett, EGCC – 68-72—140

Austin Beatty, MC – 73-69—142

Mark Strickland, HP – 71-72—143

Jim Strickland, Sno – 72-73—145

Joe Worley, MC – 74-72—146

Luke Bakke, MC – 74-72—146

Alex Stamey, EGCC – 72-75—147

Jeff Strickland, Sno – 76-71—147

Luke Kuna, EGCC – 71-77—148

Rudy Caparas, WH – 74-74—148

Anthony Allen, Glen – 76-73—149

Brian Barhanovich, EGCC – 74-75—149

Jason Calamaro, Sno – 73-76—149

Max Tuckner, EF – 76-73—149

Steve Edelman, HP – 71-78—149

Trevor Frisby, EGCC – 73-76—149

Connor Miele, MC – 75-75—150

Jacob Rohde, LM – 76-74—150

Kelly Denessen, MC – 78-72—150

Nick Onustack, LM – 78-72—150

Brian Moon, HP – 72-79—151

Stephen Lee, EGCC – 77-74—151

Paul Bonorden, LM – 75-77—152

Paul Houvener, Jor – 74-78—152

Brett Curtis, Jor – 74-79—153

Connor Bayha, Sno – 76-77—153

Kyle Lubash, WH – 78-75—153

Ryan Yalowicki, Jor – 73-80—153

Brandon Agnew, Sno – 75-79—154

Keith Putz, LM – 77-77—154

Kris Jackson, Lynn – 73-81—154

Thomas Choe, HP – 78-76—154

Chris Pladsen, EGCC – 77-78—155

Conner Denessen, MC – 75-80—155

Duane Diede, EGCC – 80-75—155

Josh Whitley, PGD – 75-80—155

Lance Kilbride, HP – 77-78—155

Paul Reni, Sno – 75-80—155

Steve Peterson, PGD – 73-82—155

Brian Shanks, HP – 79-77—156

Kevin Shewfelt, EGCC – 78-78—156

Michael VanDaveer, Sno – 79-79—158

Aaron Fisher, HP – 80-79—159

Jeff Grossman, MC – 79-80—159

Mike Seek, EGCC – 78-81—159

Owen Fenner, SR – 76-83—159

Ty Cannon, Sno – 81-78—159

Alvin Kwak, HP – 81-79—160

Tyler Stocker, Sno – 76-84—160

John Boehmer, BC – 79-82—161

Mark Johnson, Jor – 79-82—161

Robert Kaindl, HP – 77-84—161

Ben Halter, EF – 77-85—162

Chris Hatch, HP – 79-83—162

Max Hanson, EF – 76-86—162

Tom Morris, MC – 87-75—162

Brycen Finnie, HP – 85-78—163

Garrett Foss, Jor – 80-83—163

Mike McDonnell, MC – 84-79—163

John Pechan, HP – 81-83—164

John Riley, Sno – 81-83—164

Sean Brill, Sno – 78-86—164

TJ Lewis, Jor – 84-81—165

Devin Kim, HP – 86-80—166

Jason Barth, HP – 80-87—167

Larry Montgomery, LM – 78-89—167

CJ Santeford, Glen – 78-91—169

Ed Lee, HP – 81-88—169

Quinton Borseth, EGCC – 80-90—170

Alexander Raynor, WH – 81-90—171

Mark Coghill, BC – 88-84—172

Rick Bullatt, Sno – 84-91—175

Steve Klimek, EGCC – 87-92—179

Henry Choi, HP – 75-DQ

Flight 2 (5.0 to 9.9) – Net Scores

1st Round – 5/24/14 at Mill Creek CC (Par 72)

2nd Round – 5/25/14 at Everett G &CC (Par 72)

Nick Rothrock, Glen – 70-68—138

Steve Hobson, Ced. – 66-72—138

Jeff Olsen, LM – 71-68—139

Mark Hyung Park, MC – 61-78—139

Jordan Smith, Ced – 69-73—142

Dawa Sangpo, SR – 66-77—143

Steve Wanaka, EGCC – 77-67—144

Allen Keophilavanh, LM – 78-67—145

Dave Ponting, EGCC – 72-73—145

Harrison Jewell, SR – 71-74—145

Jeff Abernathy, WH – 73-72—145

Joe Petosa, MC – 71-74—145

Mike Ross, HP – 72-73—145

Brett Engstrom, WH – 73-73—146

Dave Nelson, EGCC – 70-76—146

Steve Laue, SR – 71-76—147

Bret Buckles, EGCC – 80-68—148

Jerry Browning, LM – 76-72—148

Jacob Newman, LM – 76-73—149

Mark Duffy, EGCC – 71-78—149

Tony Hatziliadis, WH – 79-70—149

Ajinder Handa, GUB – 77-73—150

Bob Wallin, BC – 76-74—150

Alex Pynsky, WH – 73-78—151

Bob Bissitt, BC – 79-72—151

Jerry Fullwiler, Ced – 71-80—151

Jerry Slind, Ken – 76-75—151

Will Robbins, WH – 80-71—151

Steven Howell, Sno – 77-75—152

Jake Orwiler, EF – 79-74—153

Ryan Vanetta, WH – 80-75—155

Andrew Austin, HP – 78-78—156

Al Fleckenstein, EF – 79-79—158

Kevin Spalti, WH – 81-77—158

Mike Nikolas, LM – 85-75—160

Shane Johnson, Jor – 78-82—160

Vincent Kiteley, HP – 80-82—162

Dennis Lam, LM – 84-80—164

Brian Wimer, WH – 86-82—168

Ben Headland, LM – 92-81—173

Roger Ottmar, Sno – 79-95—174

Gary Lutz, PGD – 86-WD—WD

Flight 3 (10.0 to 20.0) – Net Scores

1st Round – 5/24/14 at Mill Creek CC (Par 72)

2nd Round – 5/25/14 at Everett G &CC (Par 72)

Sean McBurney, Glen – 67-68—135

Greg Guest, WH – 68-69—137

Charles Solarek, WH – 71-68—139

Richard Haataja, SR – 67-73—140

Alan LaRoche, Glen – 70-71—141

Tom Douglas, EGCC – 70-71—141

Doug Barlow, EF – 69-74—143

Kyung wook Oh, HP – 71-73—144

Mark Kaczorowski, Ken – 74-70—144

Steve Stepenski, LM – 75-70—145

Randy Erickson, Ced – 77-69—146

Tony Blanco, MC – 72-74—146

Dale Ingrum, LM – 70-78—148

Rob Sprague, BC – 70-79—149

Alex Mattson, WH – 70-80—150

Julian Michael, Jor – 76-74—150

Don Harman, Jor – 78-73—151

James McGuire, WH – 72-79—151

Mark Johnstonbaugh, WH – 74-78—152

Andrew Kephart, WH – 86-67—153

Cory Christianson, Ced – 80-73—153

Mark Sauter, BC – 77-76—153

Darrell Stubblefield, Sno – 77-77—154

Josh Reid, EGCC – 84-71—155

John Morrill, Jor – 76-80—156

Dick Ludwig, LM – 80-77—157

Jeff Smarr, Lynn – 85-72—157

Kalvin Holler, BC – 81-77—158

Mike Llewellyn, LM – 83-82—165

Matthew Harper, WH – 81-85—166

Floyd Gale, Ced – 82-88—170

Ron Sisko, WH – 80-91—171

Martin Lai, WH – 88-88—176

Ryan Bedford, PGD – 91-85—176

Denny Greear, Glen – 92-85—177

More in Sports

Monroe’s Kyle ‘a complete big man’

The senior can dominate on both ends of the floor.

Seahawks need Rawls to do the unthinkable — slow down

Line coach Tom Cable thinks the RB, who will get yet another chance Sunday, is pressing too hard.

Even 2 decades later, 1997 Apple Cup still resonates

Twenty years ago, WSU erased 67 years of heartache with a 41-35 win over UW in the Apple Cup.

Carroll: Seahawks cut Freeney over ‘cap concerns’

The Seahawks, who are up against the salary cap, save $400,941 by waiving the veteran defensive end.

Five storylines for 2017-18 prep boys basketball season

Five storylines to watch from the local boys basketball scene this winter:… Continue reading

Hart sets franchise shutout mark as Silvertips defeat Tri-City 3-0

The Everett Silvertips are thankful Carter Hart is back. Hart… Continue reading

Local quartet lifts the playoff-bound CWU football team

Four Snohomish County natives start for the 11-0 Wildcats.

Trump calls father of freed UCLA player an ‘ungrateful fool’

He complained again that LaVar Ball hasn’t credited him for the release by China of three basketball players.

Wesco and Cascade Conference athletes honored

Check out the 2017 all-conference teams.

Most Read