Prep boys golf: Stanwood Match

At Kayak Point G.C.

18 holes, par 72

Team scores: Everett 391, Stanwood 439, Marysville Getchell 453, Oak Harbor 474, Marysville Pilchuck 494.

Oak Harbor: Jerin Applegarth 87, Hunter Adams 88, Mac Kerfoot 91, Caleb Knaack 104, Steven Tim 104. Marysville Pilchuck: Connor Martinis 89, Brendan Borromeo 96, Tony Preston 101, Austin Tande 104, Alix Guss 104. Marysville Getchell: Gage St. John 83, Jacob Reiswig 89, Ryan Clausen 92, Matt Kaminski 93, Conner Lindgren 96. Everett: TJ Lewis 74 (medalist), Mike Simpson 76, Cody Boll 79, Dereck 82, Adam White 86. Stanwood: Cody Sigvartson 78, Halen Davis 80, Jack Lund 89, Dylan Greene 92, Jordan Lyons 100.

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