Community sports roundup: Chisman to junior golf nationals

The Stanwood freshman shot 7-under overall to win the Seattle Regional Qualifier and advance.

Conrad Chisman is headed to the Junior Golf National Championships.

Chisman, a freshman at Stanwood High School, won the Seattle Regional Qualifier to advance to the Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championships, which take place Nov. 15-17 at Koasati Pines at Coushatta in Kinder, Louisiana.

Chisman shot rounds of 67 and 70 to finish 7-under par at the Seattle Regional Qualifier, which was held Aug. 24-25 at Loomis Trail Golf Club in Blaine. He finished two shots ahead of the field to claim one of the two qualifying spots for nationals.

Chisman got his tournament rolling when he eagled No. 6 during the first round, then secured the victory when he had three birdies on the back nine during his second round.

Chisman was one of just eight freshmen to compete in the tournament, which is for boys ages 14-18.

Other Snohomish County competitors included Dalton Dean of Lynnwood, a senior at O’Dea who tied for ninth at 4-over; Kamiak junior Daniel Kim, who tied for 16th at 6-over; and recent Marysville Pilchuck graduate Matt Allen, who placed 41st at 24-over.

Fallows leads locals at Mid-Amateur

Edmonds resident Sean Fallows tied for fifth to lead the local contingent at the Washington Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship golf tournament held last Thursday and Friday at McCormick Woods Golf Club in Port Orchard. Fallows finished with a two-round score of 4-over par 148, finishing six strokes behind the champion, Bjorn Bjorke of Port Orchard.

Other Snohomish County competitors included Everett’s Mark Strickland and Snohomish’s Joe Hardy, who tied for 11th at 7-over; Edmonds’ David Hansen, who tied for 23rd at 15-over; Snohomish’s Michael Coombs and Travis Loukusa, who tied for 36th at 20-over; Mill Creek’s Joey Mueller, who tied for 69th at 31-over; Edmonds’ Sung Kim, who tied for 78th at 34-over; and Edmonds’ Kevin Davis, who tied for 99th at 48-over.

The Mid-Amateur is for amateur players ages 25 and older.

EG&CC to host IRG charity tournament

The third annual IRG Physical & Hand Therapy Charity Golf Tournament is taking place Sept. 14 at Everett Golf & Country Club. The tournament begins at 9:30 a.m. and all proceeds benefit Imagine Children’s Museum. For more information, visit

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