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State golf: Jasmine Chen, Camas girls hold first-round leads at 4A state tournament

Mountain View boys sit in second place at 3A tournament

By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
Published: May 21, 2024, 8:42pm

Jasmine Chen holds the overall lead and the Camas girls are set up to capture the team title after the first round of the Class 4A girls golf state tournament.

Chen shot an even-par 72 at the Creek at Qualchan Golf Course in Spokane and will take a one-shot lead into Wednesday final round.

With Chen leading the way, the Papermakers hold a 22-shot lead over second-place Henry Jackson in the team standings.

Camas’ Jacinda Lee is in fourth place after a first-round 76, and Rachel Rerick is in eighth place at 80.

2A GIRLS: Jana Knapp of Mark Morris is the top local to make the second-round cut after shooting an 84 at MeadowWood Golf Course in Liberty Lake, good for 12th place. Columbia River’s Maia Carrillo is in 18th at 87.

3A BOYS: Mountain View had five golfers shoot 80 or better in the first round at the Golf Club at Hawks Prairie in Lacey, helping the Thunder to second place in the team standings.

Mountain View is just two shots behind first-place Roosevelt. Gig Harbor lingers four shots behind the Thunder.

Spencer Moody leads the way for the Thunder at 75 (eighth place). Grady Miller (76, 14th), Reese Barner (77, 20th), Alex Rigby (78, 30th) and Braden Kendrick (80, 49th) round out the Thunder top five.

4A BOYS: Camas’ Ryan Wang (79) and Andre Koski (80) were the only locals to survive the cut after the first round at Indian Canyon GC in Spokane.

2A BOYS: Trenton Maddox shot a 74 at Liberty Lake Golf Course to lead five Washougal golfer who made the cut. Mason Acker, who sits in ninth at 76, Brayden Kassel (18th, 79), Jude King (18th, 79) and Mather Minnis (37th, 83) also made the cut for Washougal.

Jack Kendrick of Columbia River shot 76 to place ninth. Grant Gumringer of Hockinson (77) and Luke Potter of Columbia River (78) also broke 80.

1A BOYS: Jacob Parker of Seton Catholic is five shots off the lead after shooting a 75, good for fourth place at Riverside Golf Course in Chehalis. Carson Helm (85) of Seton Catholic also made the cut.