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Published: Friday, May 3, 2013, 10:12 p.m.

Prep boys golf: Egbers Tournament

At Skagit Golf and Country Club
36 holes, par 72
Top 10 and top local finishers: 1. Brian Mogg (Skyline) 73-73-146; 2. Patrick Sato (Interlake) 72-76-146; 3. Kyle Cornett (Jackson) 76-73-149; 4. Chris Hatch (Kamiak) 77-74-151; 5. Adam Barker (Peninsula) 72-80-152; 6-t. Garrett Foss (Woodinville) 71-82-153; 6-t. Frank Garber (Juanita) 75-78-153; 6-t. Ryan Wallen (Blaine) 77-76-153; 6-t. Willy Scholten (Lynden Christian) 73-80-153; 10-t. Greg Gilda (Bellarmine Prep) 77-77-154; 10-t. Rowan Foxley (O'Dea) 76-78; Matt Philichi (Bellarmine Prep) 76-78-154; 14-t. Halen Davis (Stanwood) 76-80-156; 21-t. Brian Moon (Kamiak) 76-83-159; 23-t. Anthony Allen (Arlington) 79-81-160; 27-t. Luke Kuna (Snohomish) 80-83-163; 31-t. Jaimie Wright (Shorewood) 82-84-166; 33-t. Sean Goldfinch (Archbishop Murphy) 81-86-167; 39-t. Miles Witt (Mount Vernon) 82-92-174; 41. Chris Trent (Kamiak) 82-95-177.

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