Prep boys golf: 3A Northwest District Tournament

EVERETT—Shorewood’s Chris Babcock birdied three of the last four holes and sunk an 18-foot putt to force a sudden-death playoff with Rudy Caparas of Lynnwoood, a playoff that Babcock would win in the first hole of the playoff to gain medalist honors for the 3A Northwest District Tournament. Mount Vernon’s Brennan Emory rounded out the top three by shooting a 151 over the two day tournament.

At Legion Memorial G.C.

18 holes, par 72

Team scores: (not reported).

State qualifiers: Chris Babcock 142, Rudy Caparas 142, Brennan Emory 151, Connor Denessen 152, Jared Heman 154, TJ Lewis 157. Ben Richards 158, Taylor Gildersleeve 160, Alex Raynor 162, Trent Jones 162, Gage St. John 164, David Fugate 165, Jamie Wright 165, Mike Simpson 165 (alternate), Stuart Schachle 166 (alternate), Colton Taxdahl 166 (alternate).

Everett: Jared Heman 154, TJ Lewis 157, Alex Raynor 162, Mike Simpson 165, Avery Barton 179;

Glacier Peak: Conner Denessen 152, Ben Richards 158, Taylor Gildersleeve 160, Josh Reines 169, Jordan Eagon 170;

Lynnwood: Rudy Caparas 142; Marysville Getchell: Conner Denessen 152, David Fugate 165, Bryson Lechner 175;

Meadowdale: Brian Feldhaus 171, Joey Haughney 176, Nick Glazewski 177, Taylor Frisby 184;

Mountlake Terrace: Matt Jenson 170, Dillon Stovern 178, Sam Borgi 182;

Shorecrest: Trent Jones 162, RJ Esserjose 187;

Shorewood: Chris Babcock 142, Jamie Wright 165, Stuart Schachle 166.

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