Four others three shots back at Meridian Valley Country Club in Kent.
Matt Cowell of Lake Padden Golf Club in Bellingham shot a 4-under 68 Tuesday to take a three-shot lead in the Washington Open Invitational at Meridian Valley Country Club in Kent.
Cowell is at 7-under 137. Four players are three shots back, including first-round leader Chris Griffin, Casey McCoy and two four-time champions, Jeff Coston and Todd Erwin.
Michael Haack is the low amateur at 2-under 142 and is tied for seventh.
The competition concludes today and the leaders are scheduled to tee off at 2 p.m. Admission is free.
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“She played really solid,” said Husky coach Mary Lou Mulflur, who is accompanying the 19-year-old Luo for the four-round event. Nineteen golfers shot under par, led by San Jose State’s Regan De Guzman. She has a two-stroke lead over two golfers after posting a 5-under 67. USC and San Jose State shared the lead at 4-under 284 after the first round.
• Sixth-ranked Western Washington fell eight spots — into a tie for 12th — after shooting a 28-over 312 in the second round of the NCAA Division II Men’s Championships in Hershey, Pa. The top eight after Wednesday’s round advance to match-medal play. Jake Webb, WWU’s top scorer, shot a 4-over 75 to fall into a tie for 15th.
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From sports-information reports.