Monday’s prep results with links to recaps

BASEBALL

Non-conference

Cascade 6, Everett 5

BOYS GOLF

Wesco 3A

Meadowdale 196, Lynnwood 276

At Lynnwood G.C., Par 33

Meadowdale—Mason Harvey 36 (medalist), Matt Cooper 39, Carlos Abad 39, Evan Olson 41, Nate King 41. Lynnwood—not reported.

Non-conference

Purple Cup

Oak Harbor 445, Lake Stevens 446, Edmonds-Woodway 457, Shorewood 464

At Whidey Golf & Country Club, Par 72

Oak Harbor—Nick Krantz 75 (medalist), Haven Brown 78, Nick Whitley 85, Nate Thompson 94, Wyatt Bright 113; Lake Stevens—Josh Selby 80, Cameron Webb 85, Cameron Ford 91, Brendan Ascher 94, Corey Blomquist 104; Edmonds-Woodway—Silas Puetz 78, Joshua Nelson 83, Cooper Harvey 85, Marco Cooper 106, Gabe Cano 110; Shorewood—Bradley Wong 79, Edwin Snethen 86, Erik Ertsgaard 96, Mitchell Hubbell 90, Jordan Dunbar 113.

SOFTBALL

Non-conference

Jackson 10, Lake Washington 0 (6 inn.)

Archbishop Murphy 9, Seattle Prep 4

Granite Falls 6, Sedro-Woolley 2

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