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Oak Harbor opens season with 1-stroke loss | Boys golf

Lake Stevens edged the Oak Harbor High School boys golf team by one stroke to win the season-opening, four-team match Monday, March 17, at the Whidbey Golf Club.

The Vikings tallied 442 strokes; Oak Harbor finished with 443, Edmonds-Woodway 453 and Monroe 480.

Monroe's Owen Sneer took medalist honors with a 76. Oak Harbor's Mac Kerfoot finished third among individuals with an 82.

Raiden Poe was second among the Wildcats with an 87, Hunter Adams and Mason Dieter shot 91, Steven Timm 92 and Aaron Kelley 104.

"They did a good job; it was windy, wet and muddy," said Oak Harbor coach David Smith. "They kept it under control for the most part."

The Wildcats play their first Wesco North match at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 27, when the five divisional schools meet at Everett's Legion Golf Course.

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