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Prep boys golf: Snohomish 14, Glacier Peak 4

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SNOHOMISH -- Snohomish beat Glacier Peak in the second annual Ryder Cup. The event pits two-man teams from each school against each other in match play. The teams play alternate shot for nine holes, with the winning team earning a point. They also pair off and play nine holes of individual match play and each golfer can earn another point by defeating their opponent, for a total of three points available per team. Three Snohomish teams won the alternate shot and both individual matches: Colton Casto and Ben Gardner, Connor Thompson and Bryson Rizzo, Grayson Pope and Collin Gagnon.
At Snohomish G.C.
Match Results--Ben Richards-Conner Denessen (GP) def. Michael Sideruis-Tanner Perry 2-1; Luke Kuna-Ethan Casto (S) def. Frank Pina-Taylor Gildersleeve 2-1; Keegan Willis-Austin Willis (S) def. Jacob Wollman-Josh Reines 2-1; Colton Casto-Ben Gardner (S) def Jesse Jones-Trevor Wallace 3-0; Connor Thompson-Bryson Rizzo (S) def. Jason Frazier-Weston Everson 3-0; Grayson Pope-Collin Gagnon (S) def. Jack Wygant-Jared Williams 3-0.

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