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Published: Thursday, March 21, 2013, 9:45 p.m.

Prep girls golf: Glacier Peak Tournament

At Kenwanda G.C.
9 holes, par 37
Team scores: Glacier Peak 257, Meadowdale 332, Shorewood DNQ.
Glacier Peak: Alisa Wilson 50 (co-medalist), Dani Durand 50 (co-medalist), Megan Christie 52, Kendra Schleg 52, Isabella Seda 53. Meadowdale: Bethany Kimball 62, Hailey Maltbie 64, Morgan Rood 65, Ana Maria Beall 68, Sloane Morrison 73. Shorewood: Junelle Broulette 54, Janelle Williams 62, Kirstin Olson 71, Berta Niyazova 84.

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Story tags » Meadowdale High School High School GolfShorewood High SchoolGlacier Peak High School

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