Mallory Kent of Tukwila and Lauren Sewell of Renton share the first-round lead in the Washington State Women’s Amateur, while there is a three-way tie at the top of the Washington State Senior Women’s Amateur between Ginny Burkey, Lisa Smego and Sharon Drummey. Both championships are being played concurrently at Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club in Federal Way.
Kent, who just completed her junior year at Washington State, and Sewell, who just ended her junior year at Oregon State, each shot 1-over-par 73.
Burkey, of Fircrest and Smego of Olympia are both past champions of the Senior Amateur. They, along with Drummey, shot 79.
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