North Creek senior Ryan Knox qualified for the 4A state golf tournament for the second consecutive season. At the 36-hole 4A KingCo medalist and state-qualifier tournament on Oct. 15 at Snohomish Golf Course, Knox finished fourth overall with an even-par 71-73-144. State will take place in May. Knox — who earned first-team all-4A KingCo honors — finished third in the medalist tournament with a 1-under 71 to begin the long day. He was the top individual qualifier for state as 4A KingCo was limited to four total individual qualifiers. First-place Redmond and runner-up Mount Si qualified for state as the two 4A KingCo teams. North Creek was awarded the 4A KingCo team sportsmanship award for the season. Photo courtesy of Tony Olney

North Creek senior Ryan Knox qualified for the 4A state golf tournament for the second consecutive season. At the 36-hole 4A KingCo medalist and state-qualifier tournament on Oct. 15 at Snohomish Golf Course, Knox finished fourth overall with an even-par 71-73-144. State will take place in May. Knox — who earned first-team all-4A KingCo honors — finished third in the medalist tournament with a 1-under 71 to begin the long day. He was the top individual qualifier for state as 4A KingCo was limited to four total individual qualifiers. First-place Redmond and runner-up Mount Si qualified for state as the two 4A KingCo teams. North Creek was awarded the 4A KingCo team sportsmanship award for the season. Photo courtesy of Tony Olney

North Creek’s Knox notches state spot for second year

  • Thursday, October 17, 2019 10:45am
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North Creek senior Ryan Knox qualified for the 4A state golf tournament for the second consecutive season. At the 36-hole 4A KingCo medalist and state-qualifier tournament on Oct. 15 at Snohomish Golf Course, Knox finished fourth overall with an even-par 71-73-144. State will take place in May. Knox — who earned first-team all-4A KingCo honors — finished third in the medalist tournament with a 1-under 71 to begin the long day. He was the top individual qualifier for state as 4A KingCo was limited to four total individual qualifiers. First-place Redmond and runner-up Mount Si qualified for state as the two 4A KingCo teams. North Creek was awarded the 4A KingCo team sportsmanship award for the season. Photo courtesy of Tony Olney


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