State golf results

Here are the results from the second and final day of state golf tournaments:

4A BOYS

At Canyon Lakes G.C., Kennwick, par 72

Champion: Drew Warford (Mount Si) 70-67-137.

Local finishers: T-5, Alvin Kwak (Kamiak) 72-72-144; T-18, Devin Kim (Kamiak) 75-77-152; 36, Alex Kim (Kamiak) 78-79-157; T-39, Tyler Spalti (Glacier Peak) 78-81-159; 43, Chase Gardner (Glacier Peak) 77-84-161.

Team champion: Gonzaga Prep 149.5

Local teams: 5, Kamiak 61; 10, Glacier Peak 1.5

4A GIRLS

At Sun Willows G.C., Pasco, par 72

Champion: Montgomery Ferreira (Bellarmine Prep) 66-65-131.

Local finishers: 7, Jazzelle Caparas (Mariner) 71-75-146; T-18, Annette Vo (Kamiak) 80-74-154; T-36, Jane Kim (Kamiak) 81-82-163; T-39, Regina Park (Kamiak) 83-84-167.

Team champion: Bellarmine Prep 186

Local team: 6, Kamiak 28

3A BOYS

At Creek at Qualchan G.C., Spokane, par 72

Champion: Graham Moody (Mountain View) 68-71-139

Local finishers: T-7, Andrew Martin (Everett) 77-69-146; T-11, Josef Koznek (Everett) 75-72-147; T-17, Ronny Kildall (Everett) 74-76-150; T-24, Nick Krantz (Oak Harbor) 72-81-153; T-31, Austin Duffy (Everett) 75-81-156; 40, Cody Oakes (Arlington) 79-81-160.

Team champion: Gig Harbor 108

Local team: 2, Everett 92.5

3A GIRLS

At Indian Canyon G.C., Spokane, par 71

Champion: Brittany Kwon (Central Kitsap) 73-65-138

Local finishers: 10, Haley Wong (Shorewood) 81-78-159; T-26, Vreni Todd (Snohomish) 87-87-174; 28, Rachel Puetz (Edmonds-Woodway) 88-87-175; 29, Frances Monahan (Edmonds-Woodway) 81-95-176; T-32, Natalia Zieroth (Marysville Pilchuck) 89-89-178.

Team champion: Bellevue 91.5

Local team: 7, Edmonds-Woodway 25

2A BOYS

At Columbia Point G.C., Richland, par 72

Champion: Chase McIntosh (Liberty) 69-70-139

Local finishers: 9, Zach Leonen (Archbishop Murphy) 79-70-149; 21, Fulton Brawner (Archbishop Murphy) 77-79-156.

Team champion: Liberty 107

Local team: 3, Archbishop Murphy 52

2A GIRLS

At Horn Rapids G.C., Richland, par 72

Champion: Kenedee Peters (Ephrata) 72-76-148

Local finishers: T-9, Casey Spurr (Cedarcrest) 85-86-171; 14, Jenna Suh (Archbishop Murphy) 89-86-175; T-15, Bailey Dixon (Lakewood) 92-84-176.

Team champion: Sammamish 143

1A BOYS

At Liberty Lake G.C., Spokane, par 70

Champion: John Hayes (Bear Creek) 69-70-139

Local finishers: T-5, Grayson Giboney (King’s) 80-73-153; T-17, Hunter Morgan (Cedar Park Christian) 82-81-163; T-23, Ryan Wenzek (South Whidbey) 82-83-165; T-31, Gabe Jacobson-Ross (South Whidbey) 84-86-170.

Team champion: Bear Creek 88

Local team: 9, South Whidbey 27

1A/2B/1B GIRLS

At Hangman Valley G.C., Spokane, par 72

Champion: Kaysa Panke (Davenport) 69-68-137

Local finishers: 3, Kolby Heggenes (South Whidbey) 74-76-150; 23, Emma Leggett (South Whidbey) 92-94-186; T-41, Emma Tumbleson (Cedar Park Christian) 96-109-205.

Team champion: Montesano 73.5

Local team: 4, South Whidbey 58

2B/1B BOYS

At Hangman Valley G.C., Spokane, par 72

Champion: Blake Kukula (Ilwaco) 70-73-143

Team champion: Colfax 46

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