Redmond High’s Adithi Anand took first place overall with a score of 74 at the 3A KingCo medalist tournament on Tuesday at Snohomish Golf Course. Mercer Island took the team trophy with a score of 410. Photo courtesy of Maggie Miller

Redmond High’s Adithi Anand took first place overall with a score of 74 at the 3A KingCo medalist tournament on Tuesday at Snohomish Golf Course. Mercer Island took the team trophy with a score of 410. Photo courtesy of Maggie Miller

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Redmond High’s Adithi Anand took first place overall with a score of 74 at the 3A KingCo medalist tournament on Tuesday at Snohomish Golf Course. Mercer Island took the team trophy with a score of 410. Photo courtesy of Maggie Miller

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