Snohomish County Amateur results Day 2

The leaderboard after Sunday’s second round.

2021 Michelob ULTRA Snohomish County Amateur

Round 1 at Walter Hall – 6426 yards – Par 72

Round 2 at Legion Memorial – 6603 yards – Par 71

Flight 1 (+3.6 to 4.9 )

Gross Scores

Mark Strickland, EGCC – 67-74 —141

Dominic VanDaveer, EGCC – 68-75 —143

Greg Whisman, SR – 71-72 —143

David Fretz, EF – 72-73 —145

Ronny Kildall, BC – 71-74 —145

Jacob Rohde, LM – 76-69—145

Halen Davis, BC – 73-73 —146

Chad Gorney, LM – 70-76—146

Chris Bae, LM – 76-71 —147

Ben Borgida, EGCC – 72-75 —147

Stephen Lee, SR – 74-73—147

Cody Oakes, Glen – 76-71 —147

Todd Tibke, Sno – 70-77 —147

Grayson Giboney, EGCC – 73-75—148

Alvin Kwak, EGCC – 74-74—148

Alexander Knox, LM – 75-74—149

Ian MacKay, MC – 74-75—149

Tanner Parot, Glen – 75-74 —149

Lindsay Stave, MC – 75-74 —149

Chase Anderson, BC – 68-82—150

Devin Kim, HP – 76-74—150

TJ Lewis, LM – 72-78 —150

Scott Rohlinger, LM – 74-76 —150

Mike Ross, EGCC – 78-72 —150

Ethan Casto, Sno – 77-74—151

Kris Jackson, SV – 79-72 —151

Brayden Webb, Sno – 76-75 —151

Jordan Brajcich, MC – 76-76 —152

Duane Diede, EGCC – 80-72 —152

Austin Duffy, EGCC – 72-80—152

Jerry Slind, Sno – 72-80 —152

Paul Bonorden, WH – 79-74—-153

Joel Micka, MC – 77-76 —153

Richard Slikker, EGCC – 79-74 —153

Brian Barhanovich, EGCC – 76-78 —154

Cory Christianson, EF – 77-77 —154

Alex Hull, EGCC – 78-76 —154

Eric McCabe, WH – 77-77 —154

JD McDonald, WH – 78-76 —154

Tyler Spalti, EGCC – 77-77 —154

Jeff Strickland, EGCC – 75-79 —154

Matthew Pabisz, WH – 74-81 —155

Chris Giesker, HP – 76-80 —156

Joe Hardy, EGCC – 78-79 —157

Ryan Knox, MC – 80-78 —158

Nick Onustack, WH – 84-74—158

Damon Parot, Glen – 82-76 —158

Steven Shroyer, WH – 81-77 —158

Bret Buckles, LM – 83-77—160

Kaden Ausen, LM – 82-79 —161

Connor Bayha, Sno – 82-80 —162

Brian Bergstrom, EGCC – 79-83 —162

Alfredo Medina, Ced – 80-83 —163

Reese Jorgensen , EGCC – 76-88 —164

Lance Kilbride, HP – 81-83 —164

Gus Pishue, EGCC – 82-82 —164

Michelle Duan, EGCC – 84-81 —165

Mike Seek, EGCC – 79-86 —165

Brandon Yoon, HP – 86-81 —167

Justin Towle, WH – 72-WD —72

Patrick Boag, EGCC – DQ

Rd. 1 at Walter Hall – 6057 yards – Par 72

Rd. 2 at Legion Memorial – 6079 yards – Par 71

Flight 2 (5.1 to 9.9)

Net Scores

Cameron Webb, Sno – 65-76—141

Nicholas Bennett, Sno – 69-73—142

Nick Ennis, EGCC – 74-73—147

Derik Millich, BC – 75-72—147

Tom Houvener, WH – 72-76—148

Larry Montgomery, Ced – 73-75—148

Brett Engstrom, WH – 73-77—150

Ian Husby, Glen – 74-77—151

Doug Barlow, EF – 80-72—152

Brenden Beaver, SR – 78-75—153

Andrew Kephart, WH – 77-76—153

Sung Kim, LM – 80-73—153

Dan Frost, SV – 81-73—154

Doug Miller, HP – 78-76—154

Tom Morris, Sno – 80-74—154

Scott Sheldon, SV – 79-75—154

Jay Clark, LM – 78-77—155

Luke Strand, EGCC – 73-82—155

Nate Kussman, EGCC – 81-75—156

Mike Schuetze, LM – 82-74—156

Mark Johnson, LM – 78-79—157

Daniel Lawson, Ced – 80-77—157

Shawn Pederson, LM – 75-82—157

Ben Headland, LM – 82-76—158

Carlos Vilchez, LM – 85-77—162

Ethan Merritt, SV – 76-88—164

Robert Yano, WH – 85-80—165

Kyle Fish, SV – 82-88—170

Flight 3 (10.0 to 15.0)

Net Scores

Bradley Johnson, LM – 71-74—145

Steven Goedecke, Sno – 77-69—146

Joshua Grover, BC – 80-66—146

Matthew Dunbar, SR – 72-78—150

Paul Freeman, SV – 77-73—150

Glenn Piontek, Sno – 73-77—150

Martin Oldfield, LM – 78-76—154

Alan Laroche, Glen – 79-76—155

Lyle Williams, BC – 80-78—158

Sam Stupey, EGCC – 78-83—161

Josh Hayes, WH – 86-76—162

Brent Potter, SV – 80-82—162

Darrell Stubblefield, Sno – 81-81—162

Stephen Reed, SV – 86-83—169

James McGuire, WH – 83-90—173

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