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Published: Monday, April 29, 2013, 9:39 p.m.

Prep boys golf: Kamiak Match

At Harbour Pointe G.C.
18 holes, par 72
Team scores: Kamiak 380, Edmonds-Woodway 442, Jackson 461, Cascade 464, Mariner 544, Lynnwood DNQ.
Mariner: Wis Joemjumroon 85, Peter Chang 103, Raza Khan 108, Braden Bach 117, Jeff Choe 131. Lynnwood: Rudy Caparas 81, Tyler Scarr 88, Timmy Cao 96, Rui Nakagawa 110. Jackson: Kyle Cornett 78, Marcus Blake 87, John Youn 93, Israel Martinez 99. Edmonds-Woodway: Keaton Yalowicki 83, Drew Gradwohl 87, EJ Tilt 87, Tony Tilt 92, Ben Arrants 93. Cascade: Gabe Davis 85, Simon Josephson 90, Chris Olson 93 Cameron Metcalfe 96, Brandon Sells 104. Kamiak: Chris Hatch (medalist) 72, Brian Moon 74, Steven Cabanday 75, Tyler Singer 75, Matt Kornegay 84.

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