Prep boys golf: Wesco 4A Championships

At Snohomish G.C.

18 holes, par 72

Team scores: Kamiak 375, Snohomish 376, Edmonds-Woodway 407, Lake Stevens 413, Jackson 417, Cascade 426, Arlington 433, Mount Vernon 434, Monroe 472, Mariner 525, Lynnwood DNQ.

Arlington: Austin Faux 84, Aiden McCann 85, Bishop Tyner 85, Gus Abel 89, Connor Stephens 90. Cascade: Simon Josephson 80, Jonathan Cisneros 80, Cameron Metcalfe 88, Brevin Brown 88, Andy Wilson 90. Edmonds-Woodway: Ben Arrants 76, Marcus Lynch 80, Drew Gradwohl 83, Josh Gradwohl 83, EJ Tilt 85. Jackson: Arnold Ha 71, Jordan Brajcich 83, Israel Martinez 85, Josh Friis 86, Brandon Sells 92. Kamiak: Mark Carter 72, Steven Cabanday 73, Matt Kornegay 75, Ryan Kerr 77, Brian Moon 78. Lake Stevens: Anthony Guerrero 78, Braydon Webb 79, Spencer Robb 85, Braden Whitney 85, Austin Bogart 86. Lynnwood: Rudy Caparas 70 (co-medalist), Rui Nakagawa 85, Nick Williams 108. Mariner: Raza Khan 96, Jimmy Nguyen 97, Jeff Choe 101, Tomas Villagomez 112, Nick Mayfield. Monroe: Owen Fenner 73, Chris Peterson 93, Dillon Fargo 95, Trevor Coniff 104, Max Wittenberg 107. Mount Vernon: Kyle Frederick 74, Austin Darnell 79, Miles Witt 80, Mitch Factor 94, Kevin Teeter 107, Snohomish: Luke Kuna 70 (co-medalist), Ethan Casto 73, Ben Gardner 76, Bryson Rizzo 78, Colton Casto 79.

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