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Published: Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 9:04 p.m.

Prep boys golf: Oak Harbor Match

At Whidbey G.C.
18 holes, par 72
Team scores: Shorewood 426, Oak Harbor 438, Everett 479, Shorecrest 492.
Shorewood: Jamie Wright 80, Stuart Schachle 82, Sam Stapleton 83, Connor Vermeys 89, Morgan Baylor 92. Oak Harbor: Mac Kerfoot 82, Hunter Adams 86, Steven Timm 88, Mason Dieter 90, Raiden Poe 92. Everett: Cody Boll 81, Avery Barton 91, Sam Blair 94, Griffin Gish 100, Levi Collins 113. Shorecrest: Trent Jones 79 (medalist), Sam Winningham 93, Dylan Hayre 94, Alex Saunders 109, Mehki Welch 117.

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Story tags » Everett High School Oak Harbor High SchoolHigh School GolfShorecrest High SchoolShorewood High School

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