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Published: Tuesday, April 23, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Prep boys golf: Mariner Match

EVERETT -- Lynnwood's Rudy Caparas shot a 5-under 31 over nine holes to earn medalist honors at the Wesco 4A boys golf crossover match at Walter Hall Golf Course on Monday. Kyle Cornett finished second at 2-under and Arlington took team honors by seven strokes over Monroe.
At Walter Hall G.C.
9 holes, par 36
Team scores: Arlington 213, Monroe 220, Jackson 229, Lynnwood 234, Mariner 237.
Arlington: Anthony Allen 37, Nick Rothrock 40, Cody McLene 44, Gus Abel 45, Aiden McCann 47. Monroe: Owen Fenner 38, Chris Peterson 42, Michael Fretz 43, Zach Reynolds 45, Jake Job 52. Jackson: Kyle Cornett 34, John Youn 45, Jameson Olsen 46, Marcus Blake 48, Israel Martinez 56. Lynnwood: Rudy Caparas 31 (medalist), Tommy Cao 47, Rui Nakagawa 49, Tyler Scarr 50, Brian Anthony 57. Mariner: Wis Joemjumroon 39, Peter Chang 47, Raza Khan 49, Jeff Choe 51, Braden Back 51.

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