Prep boys golf: Cascade Match

At Walter Hall G.C.

12 holes, par 49

Team scores: Kamiak 252, Cascade 283, Edmonds-Woodway 288, Jackson 302, Lynnwood 318, Mariner 360.

Mariner: Wis Joemjumroon 56, Raza Khan 73, Braden Bach 75, Peter Chang 76, Jeff Choe 80. Lynnwood: Rudy Caparas (medalist) 45, Tyler Scarr 60, Rui Nakagawa 65, Tommy Cao 67, Brian Anthony 81. Kamiak: Chris Hatch 49, Tyler Singer 51, Chris Trent 52, Matt Kornegay 52, Steven Cabanday 54. Jackson: Kyle Cornett 48, Marcus Blake 62, John Youn 62, Paul Kim 63, Isreal Martinez 67. Edmonds-Woodway: Drew Gradwohl 54, Keaton Yalowicki 55, EJ Tilt 58, Marcus Lynch 59, Tony Tilt 62. Cascade: Chris Olson 51, Jonathan Cisneros 52, Cameron Metcalfe 60, Simon Josephson 60, Gabe Davis 60.

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