Stanwood’s Chisman, Jackson’s Park claim state golf titles

Conrad Chisman wins the Class 3A boys championship, Chanyoung Park wins the Class 4A girls title.

It was only a matter of time before Conrad Chisman claimed a boys state golf title.

The Stanwood High School senior finished with a two-round score of 143 to win the Class 3A state championship Wednesday at Hawks Prairie Golf Course – The Links in Lacey.

One other local claimed a state title Wednesday as Jackson freshman Chanyoung Park won the Class 4A girls championship at Creek at Qualchan Golf Course in Spokane.

Chisman, a Seattle University signee, has been knocking at the door for two years, earning top-five finishes in 2022 and 2023, and it was his time this year to take full possession of first place. Chisman sat atop the leaderboard after Tuesday’s first round, shooting a 2-under-par 70. He kept his foot on the gas in the second round on Wednesday, shooting 1-over-par 73, which was just enough to dethrone the defending champion, Ferndale’s Baylor Larrabee, by one stroke.

Snohomish, led by senior Tyson Olds who finished 19th at 153, earned a fourth-place team finish in Class 3A boys. Stanwood tied for sixth.

In the Class 4A girls tournament, Park showcased her abilities, carding a 73 in both rounds to win the title by four strokes. Jackson finished as runner-up to Camas in the team scores.

Here are the local players who finished in the top 25 in their tournaments:

4A Boys

At Indian Canyon Golf Course, Spokane

T11. Henry Kippenhan, junior, Jackson, 72-75-147; T13. Brandon Suh, senior, Kamiak, 75-73-148; T19. Kason Swanson, freshman, Glacier Peak, 75-75-150; T23. Hugo Ramires, sophomore, Lake Stevens, 77-75-152.

4A Girls

At Creek at Qualchan Golf Course, Spokane

1. Chanyoung Park, freshman, Jackson, 73-73-146; 6. Heaven Kim, senior, Kamiak, 76-79-155; T11. Kayla Kim, freshman, Jackson, 77-85-162; T14. Sarah Dyer, freshman, Kamiak, 82-82-164.

3A Boys

At Hawks Prairie Golf Course – The Links, Lacey

1. Conrad Chisman, senior, Stanwood, 70-73-143; T8. Floyd Villanueva, sophomore, Meadowdale, 79-72-151; 19. Tyson Olds, senior, Snohomish, 79-74-153; T20. Palmer Mutcheson, senior, Snohomish, 81-73-154; T24. Cade Strickland, senior, Snohomish, 78-78-156.

2A Boys

At Liberty Lake Golf Course

T15. Jack Duffy, junior, Archbishop Murphy, 83-76-159.

2A Girls

At MeadowWood Golf Course, Liberty Lake

13. Kiana Schroeder, senior, Lakewood, 79-91-170; T20. Hadley McDonough, junior, Cedarcrest, 87-93-180.

2B/1B Girls

At Tumwater Valley Golf Club

T12. Emily Zhang, senior, Cedar Park Christian (Lynnwood), 95-98-193; 19. Tieriana Mclean, senior, Tulalip Heritage, 104-100-204.

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