Dexheimer, Swisher, Rose lead Kenai Peninsula Open

Aaron Dexheimer fired a 3-under-par 67 to lead the Open Division at the Kenai Peninsula Open on Saturday at Birch Ridge Golf Course, while Halcyon Swisher leads the Women’s Division after a 12-over-par 82. The tournament concludes today.

Dexheimer’s 67 has him a stroke ahead of Beau Forrest. In the Women’s Division, which is doubling as the Women’s State Amateur, Swisher has a 12-stroke lead on Rita Geller.

In the Men’s Division, Nolan Rose is out front with a 76, while Eddie Sibolboro is at 77 and Marcus Dolejsi is at 79.

Kenai Peninsula Open


Open Division

Aaron Dexheimer 67

Beau Forrest 68

James Contreras 77

Zac Cowan 78

George Collum 79

Brandon Kaiser 82

Derek O’Neill 86

Bill Engberg 93

Women’s Division

Halycon Swisher 82

Rita Geller 94

Teresa Sibolboro 95

Danica Schmidt96

Sally Hoagland 97

Vicki Hollingsworth 102

Sue Stein 109

Men’s Division

Nolan Rose 76

Eddie Sibolboro 77

Marcus Dolejsi 79

Jason Kelly 84

Chris Morin 84

Nick Karnos 84

Sid Cox 84

Heath Martin 85

Robert Stiver 86

Nick Beeson 89

Cliff Copus 89

Shane Sundberg 90

Mike Hollingsworth 90

Darell Jelsma 90

Jared Ramm 90

Gary Gerfen 91

Michael Kelly 92

Bill Haese 92

Steve Tachick 92

Tim Bowser 93

Khalid Jurdi 95

Scott Sundberg 97

George Stein 101

Jared Wood 101

Dave Matthews 102

Tom Sindorf 102

Fred Zumbuhl 104

Gary Dawkins 105

Pedro McCall 106

Juan Botero 108

Ata Wong 109

Fred Launer 111

Andrew Shook 127

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