Prep girls golf: South Whidbey Match

At Useless Bay Golf &Country Club

9 holes, modified Stableford scoring

Team scores: South Whidbey 84, King’s 78, Lakewood 75, Cedarcrest 60, Archbishop Murphy 54, Sultan 31.

South Whidbey: Hannah Cotton 22, Chelsea Schultz 22, Jenna Kaik 20, Rosie Portillo 14, Molly Sage 6; King’s: Jordan Wyrick 26 (medalist), Kathryn Coshow 17, Alyson King 16, Haylie Dods 15, Vanessa James 4; Lakewood: Nina Forsell 22, Chelsea Blackwood 18, Kaylee Diggs 15, Ashlie Jensen 12, Cassidy Dvorak 8; Cedarcrest: Caitlin Brenner 18, Amanda Fairbanks 17, Courtney Hoekstra 15, Kendall Berens 6, Bella LaBate 4; Archbishop Murphy: Shannon Thacker 21, Molly Corbett 13, Natalie Crout 13, Chloe Murphy 7; Sultan: Shelby Ruiz 15, Hannah Prentice 9, Olivia Korn 6, Casey Rainville 1, Kerrin Reynolds 0.

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