Kamiak senior Devin Kim will be making his fourth state appearance. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Kamiak senior Devin Kim will be making his fourth state appearance. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Local prep golfers who will be teeing off at state

A list of local golfers and state-qualifying teams competing in the state golf tournaments.

Listed below are the area golfers who are scheduled to tee off in their respective state championships.

Golfers qualified for state through district tournament play. Golfers at the Class 4A and 3A levels could qualify either as an individual or as part of a team. Golfers in all other classifications could only qualify individually.

Each tournament begins Tuesday and concludes Wednesday.

4A BOYS

Where: The Creek at Qualchan G.C. (Spokane)

Local qualifying teams: Kamiak, Glacier Peak

Local golfers: Glacier Peak — Tyler Spalti, Alex Knowlton, Chase Gardner, Josh Waldo, Cody Wendlandt; Kamiak — Alvin Kwak, Joshua Clogston, Daniel Kim, Devin Kim, Alex Kim, Whistler Pascual; Lake Stevens — Josh Selby; Monroe — Parker Langston

4A GIRLS

Where: Hangman Valley G.C. (Spokane)

Local qualifying teams: Kamiak, Glacier Peak

Local golfers: Cascade — Paris Smith; Glacier Peak — Hannah Lee, Eden Iazeolla, Erica Holtgeerts, Kennedy Chin, Katie Blair; Jackson — Madelynn Nguyen; Kamiak — Jane Kim, Regina Park, Megan Martin, Kailey Rohwer, HeeYun Suh; Mariner — Jazzelle Caparas

3A BOYS

Where: Indian Summer G&CC (Olympia)

Local qualifying teams: Everett, Snohomish

Local golfers: Arlington — Alex Coghill; Edmonds-Woodway — Silas Puetz, Josh Nelson; Everett — Andrew Martin, Ronny Kildall, Austin Duffy, Andrew Olson, Connor Bugni; Marysville Pilchuck — Matt Allen; Oak Harbor — Nick Krantz; Shorewood — Ben Borgida, Issey Tanimura; Snohomish — Jackson Berg, Shane Olds, Preston Smith, Casey Rugg, Nate Girard; Stanwood — Cole Weiderstrom

3A GIRLS

Where: The Golf Club at Hawks Prairie-The Woodlands (Lacey)

Local qualifying teams: Arlington, Meadowdale, Snohomish, Marysville Pilchuck

Local golfers: Arlington — Grace Metcalf, Mailinh Vu, Emily Peterson, Lilly Rasmussen, Emily Harris; Edmonds-Woodway — Rachel Puetz, Jordan Easter; Everett — Kesley Robinson; Marysville Getchell — Nicole Phengmuang; Marysville Pilchuck — Natalia Zieroth, Ivy Enberg, Liz Turral, Kaiden Otto; Meadowdale — Hannah Petterson, Moriah Frisby, Sarah Reitz, Nicole Brunette, Eliza Moloney; Shorewood — Haley Wong, Maria Babcock; Snohomish — Maddy Johnson, Abby Appleby, Rachel Brill, Maya DuChesne, Katrina Roberts; Stanwood — Shelby Lund

2A BOYS

Where: Liberty Lake G.C. (Liberty Lake)

Local golfers: Archbishop Murphy — Zach Leonen; Cedarcrest — Hayden Whetten, Nicolo Cammarano; Mountlake Terrace — Morgan Subert

2A GIRLS

Where: MeadowWood G.C. (Liberty Lake)

Local golfers: Archbishop Murphy — Jenna Suh, Genna Kim; Lakewood — Malia Schroeder

1A BOYS

Where: Olympia G&CC (Olympia)

Local golfers: Cedar Park Christian — Bryce Bezanson; King’s — Grayson Giboney, Adam Payne; South Whidbey — Gabe Jacobson-Ross

1A/2B/1B GIRLS

Where: Tumwater Valley G.C. (Tumwater)

Local golfers: King’s — Jamie Edwards, Delaney Peterson, Ava Mason; South Whidbey — Alyssa Ludtke, Tori Schuller

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