Prep girls golf: Lake Stevens Match

At Battle Creek G.C.

9 holes, par 36

Team scores: Lake Stevens 234, Mount Vernon 267, Snohomish 274, Arlington 298, Monroe 329.

Lake Stevens: Julia Elton 43 (medalist), Anna Lundquist 46, Amanda Mirante 48, Emily Madow 48, Mak Sundvor 49. Mount Vernon: Jillian Kaufmann 49, Darby Hewitt 53, Alisyn Schmidt 55, Carly Patrick 55, Alyssa Evans 55. Snohomish: Katie Brandvold 49, Kailee Mydske 54, Gracie Elliott 55, Annika Roberts 55, Hannah Baylor 61. Arlington: Emmi Modahl 49, Madi Gorgan 59, Marina Vu 59, Natalie Mackey 63, Macall McGhee 68. Monroe: Hannah Drivstuen 60, Jaimie Hawkins 61, Chantelle Westover 64, Eryn Byrd-Peterson 70, Rachel Latimore 74.

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