Prep girls golf: Wesco 4A North Match

At Snohomish G.C.

18 holes played, par 72

Team scores: Lake Stevens 461, Snohomish 514, Mount Vernon 519, Arlington 548, Monroe 665.

Arlington: Emmi Modahl 101, Mcall McGhee 113, Madi Grogan 109, Natalie Mackey 115, Marina Vu 110. Lake Stevens: Julia Elton 82, Mak Sundvor 95, Ivy Jacobsen 96, Anna Lundquist 89, Amanda Mirante 99. Monroe: Jamie Hawkins 105, Katie Piland 132, Hannah Dristund 131, Lupe Gutierrez 133, Hailey Parker 164. Mount Vernon: Jillian Kaufman 104, Darby Hewitt 101, Alyssa Evans 100, Rebecca Housh 109, Allison Schmidt 105. Snohomish: Emily Roberts 96, Kailee Mydske 100, Gracie Elliott 103, Annika Roberts 105, Katie Brandbold 110.

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