Prep boys golf: Cascade Conference Medalist Tournament

At Snohomish G.C.

18 holes, par 72

Final standings: 1. Archbishop Murphy, 2. Cedarcrest, 3. King’s, 4. Sultan, 5. South Whidbey, 6. Lakewood.

Archbishop Murphy: Sean Goldfinch 73 (medalist), Bryan Lucas 80, Quinn Stanley 83, Logan Johnson 88, Ben Thacker 89. Cedarcrest: Mitchell Frimodt 80, Gredigan Wade 83, Austin Fields 87, Luke Stupfel 88, Ryan Nelson 89. King’s: Jack Ryan O’Neal 81, Jeffrey Coats 87, Karson Dreher 90, Evan Pierce 91, Gordon Krippaehne 91. Sultan: Jacob Varnell 78, Dawson Shaw 95, Gus Schalo 97, Marcus Hall 101, Chris Prutsman and Robbie Rappuhn 102. South Whidbey: Derrick Riley 91, Daniel Caron 96, Jon Rasmussen 102, Chase Collins 104, Jordan Hoch 108. Lakewood: Ethan Crout 89, Christian Case 92, Brett Krause 95, Blake Madle 96, Brady Camp 98. Granite Falls: Austin Berg 78, KC Spencer 85. Coupeville: Austin Fields 87.

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