Prep boys golf: Wesco North meet

Arlington’s Anthony Allen scored a 35 over nine holes to earn medalist honors but Snohomish got strong performances across the board, including under-40 scores from Michael Siderius and Ethan Casto to win the first Wesco North meet of the season.

At Battle Creek G.C.

9 holes, Par 36

Team scores: Snohomish 201, Arlington 206, Monroe 218, Lake Stevens 219, Mount Vernon 235.

Arlington: Anthony Allen 35 (medalist), Cody McLane 39, Cory Taylor 41, Nick Rothrock 42, Aiden McCann 49. Mount Vernon: Kyle Frederick 39, Tanner Wymouth 43, Evan Repplier 50, Tyler Visten 50, Dane Pollett 53. Monroe: Owen Fenner 39, David Garrison 42, Zach Reynolds 43, Michael Fretz 46, Brenden Bear 48. Snohomish: Michael Siderius 38, Ethan Casto 39, Tanner Perry 41, Keegan Willis 41, Luke Kuna 42. Lake Stevens: Anthony Guerrero 39, Brayden Webb 43, Scot Blumenfeld 43, Erik Lundquist Braden Whitney 48.

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