Prep boys golf: Purple Cup

At Whidbey Golf and C.C.

18 holes, par 72

Team scores: Lake Stevens 442, Oak Harbor 443, Edmonds-Woodway 453, Monroe 480.

Lake Stevens: Max Maciejewski 81, Brayden Webb 83, Spencer Raub 88, Erik Lundquist 92, Braden Whitney 98. Oak Harbor: Mac Kerfoot 82, Raiden Poe 87, Hunter Adams 91, Mason Dieter 91, Steven Timm 92. Edmonds-Woodway: Drew Gradwohl 85, Dylan Merrill 88, Tony Tilt 91, EJ Tilt 94, Marcus Lynch 95. Monroe: Owen Fenner 76 (medalist), Chris Peterson 88, Jake Job 98, Dillion Fargo 105, Trevor Coniff 113.

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