Boys golf

Edmonds School District Tournament: Lynnwood’s Austin Beatty won in a one-hole playoff over Edmonds-Woodway freshman Deven Schmaus. Edmonds-Woodway captured the team title.

Girls golf

Edmonds School District Tournament: Meadowdale’s Meridith Horgan captured the medalist honors, but second-place Jennifer Barnhart led Edmonds-Woodway to the team title.

At Nile G.C.

9 holes, Stableford scoring

Team Scores: E-W 93, Meadowdale 86, Mountlake Terrce 58, Lynnwood 8

Edmonds-Woodway-Barnhart 27, Baier 22, Bennett 15, Chase 15, Long 14. Meadowdale-Meredith Horgan 29, Hills 27, Hong 11, Harris 10, Shebly 9. Mountlake Terrace-Higgins 21, Glass 11, Baulmer 10, Lingle 9, Gundersen 7. Lynnwood-Hudson 4, Sohi 4, Gilcrest, Holder, Wike.

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