Homer’s Morin leads Kenai Open by 1 stroke

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  • Saturday, August 20, 2016 9:45pm
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Morin leads Kenai Open

Homer’s Chris Morin has some company as he seeks a third-straight Kenai Open title at Kenai Golf Course. Morin opened with a 4-over 76 on Saturday at the two-day tournament, but Gilbert Arellano is at 77 and Todd Eskelin is at 78. The final round is Sunday.

Kenai Open

Saturday, Sunday at Kenai Golf Course

First round

Par 72

Player Grs Net

Chris Morin 76 73

Gilbert Arellano 77 77

Todd Eskelin 78 72

Gordon Griffin 81 72

Scott Woodland 81 75

Mike Houghton 85 73

Brian Woodrich 88 79

Kirk Hyman 88 77

Bobby Bush 89 73

Rene Alvarez 89 80

Charlie Kahakauwila 90 79

Mark McComsey 91 79

Pat Bowen 93 76

Keith Stuart 96 85

Doug Jung 100 93

Mike Kebschull 102 90

Tom Hall 102 88

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