Tuesday’s prep golf state tournament scores

4A boys state tournament

At Canyon Lakes G.C., Kennewick

Par 72

1. Drew Warford (Mount Si) 70, 4. Alvin Kwak (Kamiak) 72, 14. Devin Kim (Kamiak) 75, 29. Chase Gardner (Glacier Peak) 77, 35. Alex Kim (Kamiak) 78, 35. Tyler Spalti (Glacier Peak) 78. Missed cut: 44. Cameron Webb (Lake Stevens) 79, 52. Joshua Clogston (Kamiak) 80, 52. Whistler Pascual (Kamiak) 80, 68. Alex Knowlton (Glacier Peak) 83.

3A boys state tournament

At Creek at Qualchan G.C., Spokane

Par 72

1. Graham Moody (Mountain View) 68, 6. Nick Krantz (Oak Harbor) 72, 11. Ronny Kildall (Everett) 74, 15. Austin Duffy (Everett) 75, 15. Josef Koznek (Everett) 75, 24. Andrew Martin (Everett) 77, 38. Cody Oakes (Arlington) 79. Missed cut: 51. Frank Daniel (Snohomish) 83, 51. Bradley Wong (Shorewood) 83, 59. Andrew Olson (Everett) 86, 61. Cam Sjolund (Arlington) 88, 62. Cole Weiderstrom (Stanwood) 89, 67. Joshua Nelson (Edmonds-Woodway) 92, 70. Cameron Klundt (Stanwood) 95, 71. Jackson Berg (Snohomish) 96.

2A boys state tournament

At Columbia Point G.C., Richland

Par 72

1. Dylan Apodaca (Selah) 69, 16. Fulton Brawner (Archbishop Murphy) 77, 21. Zach Leonen (Archbishop Murphy) 79.

1A boys state tournament

At Liberty Lakes G.C., Spokane

Par 70

1. John Hayes (Bear Creek) 69, 9. Grayson Giboney (King’s) 80, 15. Hunter Morgan (Cedar Park Christian) 82, 15. Ryan Wenzek (South Whidbey) 82, 23. Gabe Jacobson-Ross (South Whidbey) 84.

1B/2B boys state tournament

At Hangman Valley G.C., Spokane

Par 72

1. Blake Kukula (Ilwaco) 70. Missed cut: 33. Trent McKinney (Grace Academy) 95.

4A girls state tournament

At Sun Willows G.C., Pasco

Par 72

1. Montgomery Ferreira (Bellarmine Prep) 66, 4. Jazzelle Caparas (Mariner) 71, 27. Anette Vo (Kamiak) 80, 34. Jane Kim (Kamiak) 81, 40. Regina Park (Kamiak) 83. Missed cut: 50. Rachel Ponting (Kamiak) 86, 60. Mingie Kim (Kamiak) 90, 61. Maddie Shkurhan (Lake Stevens) 91, 77. Sydney Bumstead (Lake Stevens) 97.

3A girls state tournament

At Indian Canyon G.C., Spokane

Par 71

1. Brittany Kwon (Central Kitsap) 72, 10. Frances Monahan (Edmonds-Woodway) 81, 10. Haley Wong (Shorewood) 81, 23. Vreni Todd (Snohomish) 87, 27. Rachel Puetz (Edmonds-Woodway) 88, 29. Natalie Zieroth (Marysville Pilchuck) 89. Missed cut: 45. Maria Babcock (Shorewood) 94, 49. Grace Christianson (Stanwood) 95, 51. Michelle Lu (Shorewood) 96, 51. Kesley Robinson (Everett) 96, 53. Maddy Johnson (Snohomish) 97, 57. Jordan Easter (Edmonds-Woodway) 98, 57. Hannah Petterson (Meadowdale) 98, 59. Katelynn Melohusky (Marysville Pilchuck) 99, 65. Beth Erickson (Marysville Pilchuck) 102, 65. Esther Jones (Edmonds-Woodway) 102, 73. Mailinh Vu (Arlington) 106, 75. Arianne Blackburn (Arlington) 107, 76. Shelby Lund (Stanwood) 108.

2A girls state tournament

At Horn Rapids G. C., Richland

Par 72

1. Kenedee Peters (Ephrata) 72, 9. Casey Spurr (Cedarcrest) 85, 14. Jenna Suh (Archbishop Murphy) 89, 21. Bailey Dixon (Lakewood) 92.

1B/2B/1A girls state tournament

At Hangman Valley G.C., Spokane

Par 72

1. Kaysa Panke (Davenport) 69, 3. Kolby Heggenes (South Whidbey) 74, 23. Emma Leggett (South Whidbey) 92, 28. Emma Tumbleson (Cedar Park Christian) 96. Missed cut: 60. Alyssa Ludtke (South Whidbey) 108, 68. Rachel Cameron (King’s) 111.

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