Central Valley’s Zach Stocker carded a 6-under-par 66 to notch the first-round lead of the District 8 4A/3A boys golf tournament at The Creek at Qualchan.
Stocker has a five-stroke lead over Gonzaga Prep’s Nathan Plaster. G-Prep’s Hayden Gamache (72), Jack Plaster (73) and Will Reeves (74) are also in the top five of the 4A division heading into Wednesday’s second round at Wandermere.
Mt. Spokane’s Gunnar Knutson has a 10-shot lead after shooting 71 in the first round. Mt. Spokane’s Landon Spencer and Shadle Park’s Sam Pauly are tied for second place.
Mead’s Camryn Culp shot a 2-over-par 74 and snagged a two-stroke lead after the first round of the girls District 8 4A/3A tournament at The Creek at Qualchan.
Central Valley freshman Kami Twining is two shots back, while Lewis and Clark’s Darby Rickel is five strokes off the pace.
Emma Torres of Rogers is the girls 3A first-round leader after opening with an 83. Shadle Park’s Olivia Clarke is four shots back, while Mt. Spokane’s Katie Maher (91) is third.
Eric Martin of the Pullman Greyhounds grabbed the first-round lead of the District 7 2A boys tournament at MeadowWood Golf Course with a 1-under-par 71.
Cheney’s Tyler Koohns is a shot back heading into Wednesday’s final round at Liberty Lake GC. Pullman’s Dan Bednar is three shots off the pace.
Julia Lupkes of Pullman shot an opening-round 83 to grab a two-stroke lead over Alyssa Amann of West Valley at the District 7 2A girls tournament at MeadowWood GC.
Cheney’s Kat Ljubisic is six shots back heading into Wednesday’s final round at Liberty Lake GC.
Davenport’s Kaysa Panke shot a 1-over-par 73 to take a commanding lead after the first round of the girls District 7 1A/1B/2B Sub District tournament at Deer Park GC.
Panke leads second-place Alecia Johnson of Wilbur-Creston by nine strokes heading into the final round next Monday at Chewelah.
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