Prep boys golf: Where Do You Stand Tournament

At Snohomish G.C.

9 holes, par 36

Team scores: Kamiak 185, Snohomish #1 197, Meadowdale 206, Arlington 210, Everett 211, Snohomish #2 212, Cascade 226, Stanwood 228, Shorewood 232, Marysville Getchell 241.

Kamiak: Trent 35 (medalist), Moon 37, Hatch 38, Kornegay 36, Hardy 39; Snohomish #1: A. Willis 40, Kuna 40, Sideruis 39, Perry 42, E. Casto 36; Meadowdale: Glazewski 42, T. Frisby 38, Haughney 37, W. Frisby 44, N. Glazewski 44; Arlington: Allen 37, Taylor 43, Rothrock 44, McLane 37, Tyner 49; Everett: Lewis 40, Simpson 41, White 43, D. Boll 41, Gellerson 46; Snohomish #2: C. Casto 42, Gardner 41, Thompson 39, Gagnon 45, Pope 45; Cascade: Olson 36, Metcalfe 45, Davis 48, Hudson 51, Hackbarth 46; Stanwood: Davis 40, Anderson 42, Sigvartson 41, Lund 49, Lyons 57; Shorewood: Wright 41, Schacle 39, Madsen 53, Baylor 51, Stapelton 48; Marysville Getchell: St. John 45, Reiswig 48, Clausen 51, Lindgren 47, Kaminski 50.

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