Prep girls golf: Arlington Match

At Gleneagle G.C.

9 holes, par 35

Team scores: Lake Stevens 255, Snohomish 260, Arlington 286, Mount Vernon 304, Monroe DNQ.

Snohomish: Bailey Wells 42 (medalist), Kailee Mydske 44, Emily Roberts 53, Gracie Elliott 50, Kourtney Holten 71. Mount Vernon: Julian Kaufman 50, Darby Hewitt 57, Alisyn Schmidt 60, Rebecca Housh 65, Allison Marken 72. Monroe: Emily Wichser 65, Claire Newell 73, Eryn Byrd Patterson 75, Fiona Lyle 80. Lake Stevens: Julia Elton 45, Jordan Mitchell 47, Makenzie Sundvor 53, Amanda Mirante 54, Ivy Blackmon 56. Arlington: Emmi Modahl 52, Madi Grogan 55, Natalie Mackey 57, Haley Duran 60, Macall McGhee 62.

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