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Published: Tuesday, April 30, 2013, 8:38 p.m.

Prep boys golf: Marysville Getchell Match

At Cedarcrest G.C.
18 holes, par 70
Team scores: Everett 405, Stanwood 422, Marysville Getchell 437, Marysville Pilchuck 445, Oak Harbor 446,
Stanwood: Halen Davis 66 (medalist), Jack Lund 79, Cody Sigvartson 80, Chase Anderson 85, Dylan Greene 112. Oak Harbor: Jerin Applegarth 87, Caleb Knaack 87, Hunter Adams 87, Mac Kerfoot 92, Raiden Poe 93. Marysville Pillchuck: Connor Martinis 77, Tony Preston 86, Austin Tande 93, Juan Bradford 94, Alix Guss 95. Everett: Adam White 76, Mike Simpson 79, TJ Lewis 80, Dereck Boll 84, Riley Gellerson 86. Marysville Getchell: Gage St. John 80, Jacob Reiswig 86, Ryan Clausen 89, Tynan Vincent 90, Conner Lindgren 92.

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