Prep boys golf: Edmonds-Woodway Tournament

At Nile G.C.

9 holes, par 33.

Team scores: Kamiak 172, Cascade 198, Edmonds-Woodway 185, Jackson 210, Mariner 278

Mariner: Wis Joemjumroon 40, Raza Kahn 52, Jackson Malysheff 57, Jeff Choe 61, Peter Chang 68, Nick Mayfield 68. Lynnwood: Rui Nakagawa 35, Tommy Cao 44, Brian Anthony 59. Kamiak: Matt Kornegay 32 (medalist), Steven Candanday 34, Chris Hatch 34, Chris Trent 36, Tyler Singer 36. Jackson: Kyle Cornett 35, Israel Martinez 42, Jameson Olsen 42, Paul Kim 44, Marcus Blake 47. Cascade: Chris Olson 37, Gabe Davis 39, Kyle Hackbarth 40, Cameron Metcalf 40, Jonathan Cisnaros 42. Edmonds-Woodway: EJ Tilt 36, Drew Gradwohl 36, Tony Tilt 37, Josh Gradwohl 38, Ben Arrants 38.

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