Prep boys golf: Wesco 4A South Match

At Harbour Pointe G.C.

18 holes, par 72

Team scores: Kamiak 395, Jackson 433, Edmonds-Woodway 433, Cascade 437, Mariner 554, Lynnwood DNQ.

Kamiak: Matt Kornegay 76 (medalist), Brian Moon 77, Ryan Kerr 78, Steven Cabanday 79, Mark Carter 85. Jackson: Arnold Ha 82, Jordan Brajcich 82, Israel Martinez 85, Brandon Sells 88, John Youn 96. Edmonds-Woodway: Dylan Merrill 81, Marcus Lynch 85, EJ Tilt 85, Drew Gradwohl 86, Tony Tilt 96. Cascade: Simon Josephson 79, Cameron Metcalfe 80, Jonathan Cisneros 83, Andy Wilson 87, Kyle Hackbarth 108. Mariner: Cameron Hoff 90, Raza Khan 95, Jeff Choe 122, Jimmy Nguyen 123, Nick Mayfield 124. Lynnwood: Rudy Caparas 78, Rui Nakagawa 83, Nicolas Williams 138, Son Le 143.

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