Prep boys golf: Cedarcrest Golf Course Meet

At Cedarcrest Golf Course

18 holes, par 70

Team scores: Stanwood 403, Oak Harbor 416, Marysville Getchell 423, Everett 460, Marysville Pilchuck 530.

Everett: Cody Boll 79, Avery Barton 80, Sam Blair 93, Griffin Gish 96, Cruz Allen 102. Marysville Getchell: Gage St. John 79, Michael Schuler 83, Tynan Vincent 84, Ryan Clausen 88, Matt Kaminski 89. Marysville Pilchuck: Tony Preston 92, Zane Anderson 104, Juan Bradford 106, Nathan Peterson 113, Nathan Venebles 115. Oak Harbor: Mac Kerfoot 80, Hunter Adams 80, Raiden Poe 82, Aaron Kelley 86, Mason Dieter 88. Stanwood: Halen Davis 72 (medalist), Quinton Borseth 80, Chase Anderson 83, Cody Sigvartson 84, Kole Johnson 84.

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