4th-quarter effort boosts Meadowdale

MILL CREEK — The first time Meadowdale and Jackson met this season, Meadowdale took a Wesco South victory in a cake-walk.

The Mavericks won again Tuesday night, but it was a lot closer.

Meadowdale came back from a four point deficit at the start of a the fourth quarter to take their second Wesco North victory of the season from the Timberwolves, 45-40.

But Meadowdale needed a jump-shot with 35 seconds left from Roger O’Neill to break a 40-40 tie and take the lead for good. After a defensive stop at the other end, Jackson was forced to foul.

“We played much better defense this time,” Jackson coach Steve Johnson said. “We’re getting better. … It’s encouraging even if the result is obviously disapointing.”

Paul Werner hit three 3-pointers for Meadowdale and finished with team high 15 points.

Jackson was led by Bryan Koch, who grabbed eight rebounds and scored a game-high 19 points.

At Jackson H.S.

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Meadowdale — Beeson 2, Clampitt 4, Dooley 3, Gorman 9, Hamlett, Matteson 6, O’Neill 6, P. Werner 15, S. Werner. Jackson — Gay, Gootee 7, Kellogg, Kingma 10, Koch 19, Oh, Sullivan 3, Todd 1, Wishko. 3-point goals —P. Werner 3, Gootee. Records — Meadowdale 8-2 league, 12-2 overall. Jackson 5-4, 6-7.

Shorecrest 62, Shorewood 46: At Shoreline, Tommy Kanuch scored all 14 of his points in the second half as Shorecrest pulled away from cross-town rival Shorewood in Wesco South action. Mark Golike had 18 points and Ryan Dodge added 10 for Shorecrest. Tomas Sanchez led Shorewood with 17 points and Micah Mitchell added 10.

At Shorewood H.S.

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Shorecrest — Bermudez 4, Dodge 10, Golike 18, Hake 7, Harris 4, Jochim 2, Kanuch 14, Meyers 3, Sullivan, Wenberg. Shorewood — Hartman 7, Harvey 9, Haug 3, Marrese, McClellan, Mitchell 10, Pillay, Sanchez 17, Wood. 3-point goals — Meyers 1, Hake 1, Golike 1, Sanchez 2. Records — Shorecrest 2-9 league, 5-10 overall. Shorewood 2-9, 3-12.

Kamiak 58, Lynnwood 56: At Mukilteo, Sam Ruppel hit two free throws after Lynnwood called a timeout it didn’t have with 1.2 seconds remaining to win the Wesco South contest. Kamiak’s Meka Este-McDonald had 21 points to lead all scorers. Andrew Dremlyuga had 12 points and Justin Glenn added 11 for the Knights. Aaron Matzen had 18 points and Andrew Beatty added 10 for Lynnwood, who tied the score at 56 before being assessed the technical foul for calling the timeout.

At Kamiak H.S.

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Lynnwood — Alexander, Beatty 10, Daniel, DeGraw0, Elder, Fajemisin 6, Gordon 2, Hill 8, Hunsinger 8, Matzen 18, Meinken 4, Milne0, Wilson. Kamiak — Brown0, Dremlyuga 12, Este-McDonald 21, Houghtaling0, Jo. Glenn , Ju. Glenn 11, Lachapelle 1, Makori, Parcells 4, Ruppel 4, Stormo 5. 3-point goals — Este-McDonald 3, Dremlyuga 3, Hill 1, Hunsinger 2, Matzen 1. Records — Lynnwood 4-6 league, 6-8 overall. Kamiak 5-5, 6-7.

Marysville-Pilchuck 51, Everett 37: At Marysville, with leading-scorer Taylor Stevens out sick, the Tomahawks were led by forward Collin Thomason, who scored 18 points, collected eight rebounds and dished out four assists in the Wesco North win.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

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Everett — Brown, Frauenholtz, Grim Jr., Gunnerson 3, Hennings 1, Homer, Jones 10, Mattson 14, Murray 9, Nguyen. Marysville-Pilchuck — Forsythe 6, Greene 4, Elwell 6, Kelly, Lanphere 2, Lovell 3, Scheller 7, Soriano 2, Thomason 18, Toler 3. 3-point goals — Murray (E), Toler (MP). Records — Everett 3-6 league, 3-9 overall. M-P 6-4, 8-6.

Arlington 75, Oak Harbor 60: At Arlington, A.J. Richardson scored four 3-point goals in the third quarter to help Arlington enter the final eight minutes with a 21-point lead and the Eagles held on to win the Wesco North game against Oak Harbor. Caleb Scarth had 21 points for Arlington and Rodrick Rumble scored a game-high 25 points for Oak Harbor.

At Arlington H.S.

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Oak Harbor — Brooks 4, McCardle 8, Rouser 3, Rumble 25, Schulle 19, Scott 2, Smith. Arlington — Barber, Busby 12, Cooper 1, Heath 11, Larson 9, McPherson 2, Richardson 19, Scarth 21. 3-point goals — Richardson 4, Larson 2, Schulle 4. Records — Oak Harbor 2-8 league, 3-12 overall. Arlington 3-6, 4-9.

Snohomish 66, Cascade 56: At Everett, Zac Wilde scored 19 points and Brad Shaw added 17 to lead the undefeated Panthers to a Wesco North victory over Cascade. The Bruins’ Chris McGraf scored 25 points.

At Cascade H.S.

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Snohomish — Cummins, Jeffries, Johnson 9, Klop 8, Leahy, Low 11, McGinnis, Shaw 17, Wilde 19. Cascade — Barton 8, King, McDaniels 4, McGrath 25, Ogundadegbe, Reading 12, Tolpingrud, Walker 7. 3-point goals — Reading 2, Snohomish 3’s not reported. Records — Snohomish 10-0 league, 12-2 overall. Cascade 2-8, 2-11.

Coupeville 48, Lakewood 30: At Coupeville, the Wolves’ full-court press limited the Cougars to just seven second-half points as Coupeville picked up the Cascade Conference win. Alex Evans and James Smith led Coupeville with nine points each. Max Dragich and Billy Rist each had nine points to lead Lakewood.

At Coupeville H.S.

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Lakewood — Black 3, Diamond 2, Dragich 9, Fry 5, Hesselman 2, Lawson, Lays, Leach, Rist 9, Wiersma, Star. Coupeville — Bagby, Beggren, Evans 9, Hammer 2, Loesch 8, O’Keefe 8, Peters 8, Smith 9, Wacker 4, Williams. 3-point goals — Black 1, Smith 1, Evans 1, Loesch 2. Records — Lakewood 1-5 league, 3-9 overall. Coupeville 3-4, 7-6.

South Whidbey 63, Archbishop Murphy 59 (OT): At Everett, turnovers helped reduce an 11-point Wildcats halftime lead and, with less than a minute remaining, the Falcons tied the score at 59. Parker Barnett made the sole overtime basket. The Falcons were 3-for-4 shooting free throws to seal the Cascade Conference victory.

At A. Murphy H.S.

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South Whidbey — Baker 25, Barnett 14, Blakey 10, Brasko 3, Carey 7, Hosmer 3, S. Stallman 1. Archbishop Murphy — Bourke 5, Clancy 11, Felder 4, Fleming 2, Hards, McCann 7, Melton 12, Quinlan 9, Sherrer 6, Smith 3. 3-point goals — Baker 5, Blakey 2, Carey 2. Melton 2, McCann 1. Records — S. Whidbey 3-3 league, 7-5 overall. A. Murphy 3-3, 5-7.

Friday Harbor 49, Shoreline Christian 39: At Shoreline, a slow first half doomed the Crusaders in the Northwest 1A/2B league contest. Shoreline Christian, which scored just 10 first-half points, was led by Jason Vermeer’s 12 points and Kevin Taniguchi’s 11. Tommy Fowler led Friday Harbor with 17 points.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

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Friday Harbor — Aylward 4, Er. Nash 4, J. Nash 6, Fowler 17, Gustafson 2, Lawson 4, Lopez 4, Scheffer 8, Strasser. Shoreline Christian — Danhof, Dovinh 7, R. Hudson 9, Ryder, T. Hudson, Taniguchi 11, Vermeer 12, Deelstra. 3-point goals — Taniguchi 1, Vermeer 2, Dovinh 1, Fowler 1. Records — FH 5-1 league, 7-4 overall. SC 3-3, 6-7.

Darrington 75, Concrete 38: At Darrington, the Loggers’ Skye Schillhammer led all scorers with 20 points in the Northwest 1A/2B League game. He had three steals as well.

At Darrington H.S.

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Concrete — DeZarn 3, Fipps, Holm 2, Howell 5, Johnson 2, Massingale 2, McIntosh, Scherer, Schoolland 6, Smith 14, Williams 4. Darrington — Buchanan 2, Gillette 2, Hoveskeland 13, Jones 17, Monteith 6, O’Dell 3, Olsen 4, Parris 8, Schillhammer 20. 3-point goals — Schillhammer 4, Jones 3, Hoveskeland 2, O’Dell 1. Records — Concrete 1-5 league, 2-10 overall. Darrington 4-2, 10-3.

Lopez Island 51, Grace Academy 28: At Marysville, Jordan Smith scored 33 points to lead league-leading Lopez to the Northwest 1B win. Lopez employed a box-and-one defense on Grace leader Zac Israel and held him to one shot in the first half and seven points overall.

At Grace Academy H.S.

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Lopez Island — A. Cook, Arps, Buffum 2, Carson 2, Christopherson 2, Dretske, Farris 10, Hoffman, J. Cook, Jardine, Samuel 2, Smith 33, Yukluk. Grace Academy — Ga. Weinberg 7, Gr. Weinberg 7, Harrington, Israel 5, Jorgenson, Lugg 1, McAuliffe, Sung-Jun Lee 2, Sung-Yong Lee, Young 6. 3-point goals — Israel 1, Ga. Weinberg 1, Gr. Weinberg 1, Farris 2. Records — LI 5-0 league, 11-0 overall. GA 2-3, 6-9.

North Sound Christian 65, Tulalip Heritage 62: At Tulalip, Daron Otis scored 18 points to help North Sound Christian recover from a 27-7 deficit and win the Northwest 1B game against Tulalip Heritage. Teammates Jeremy Waller and Tanner Mahler each added 13 for the Lions. Jordan Wasko, the game’s leading scorer, led Tulalip Heritage with 21 points.

At Tulalip Tribal Center

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North Sound Christian — Doucet, Mahler 13, McNabb 8, Michel 2, Olson 2, Otis 18, Schettler 3, Waller 13, Watson 7. Tulalip Heritage — Davis 8, George 5, Henry, Jones 11, Kublic 5, Mathias 12, Ramos, Wasko 21, Wayne. 3-point goals — Mahler 2, Waller 2, George 1, Kublic 1, Mathias 2, Wasko 2, Jones 1. Records — NSC 1-3 league, 4-7 overall. TH 0-4, 3-9.

Girls basketball

Granite Falls 51, Sultan 42: At Granite Falls, Michaela Dudder of Granite Falls led all scorers with 16 ponts and also had three steals and three blocks for the Tigers in their Cascade Cobnference win.

At G. Falls H.S.

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Sultan — Batts 2, Beucherie, Bi. O’Hara 7, Br. O’Hara 8, Donnelly, Drawsky 8, Jackman 6, Postyeni 9, Thomas 2. Granite Falls — Dudder 16, Goss 12, Hensley, Jensen 6, Kramer 2, Murphy 11, Smith, Spencer 4, Wesala. 3-point goals — Postyeni 1. Records — Sultan 2-3 league, 5-6 overall. G. Falls 2-3, 4-7.

Archbishop Murphy 74, South Whidbey 39: At Langley, Alyssa Smith scored 17 points to lead Archbishop Murphy to the Cascade Conference win. Lindsey Newman had a game-high 19 points for South Whidbey.

At S. Whidbey H.S.

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Archbishop Murphy — Bury 3, Moran 12, Rasmussen 5, Anderson, Bartholomew 9, Carlson 4, Fletcher 6, Lyman 5, Pettinger 12, Shober 1, Smith 17. South Whidbey — Calderwood 7, Harris 3, Holt 2, Lachaussee, Murphy 2, Newman 19, O’Sullivan, Roberts, Wood 6. 3-point goals — Newman 3, Lyman 1, Bartholomew 1, Bury 1, Pettinger 1. Records — A. Murphy 6-0 league, 9-3 overall. S. Whidbey 1-6, 5-7.

Shoreline Christian 49, Friday Harbor 38: At Shoreline, Ashley Ott had 15 points, 10 rebounds and five steals for Shoreline Christian in its Northwest 1A/2B victory.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

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Friday Harbor — Andersen 3, Barnes 6, Guard, Jangard 6, O’Day 2, Radden 11, Short 10, Goff. Shoreline Christian — Anderson, Crichton 6, DeKoekkoek 4, Novion, A. Ott 15, Richards 2, Woods 22. 3-point goals — Woods 2, Crichton 2. Records — FH 1-5 league, 2-11 overall. SC 6-0, 12-1.

Darrington 50, Concrete 36: At Darrington, the Loggers forced 21 turnovers and recorded 17 steals as their defense held the Lions to just 17 second half points.

“We really played outstanding defense,” Darrington coach Ben Bryson said. “Our defensive pressure was outstanding tonight.”

Freshman Hailey Wales led Darrington with 21 points and 11 rebounds and Jordan Corley added 11 points for the Loggers, who moved into a third-place tie with Concrete in the Northwest 1A/2B League standings.

At Darrington H.S.

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Concrete — A. Taylor 4, Barnett 5, Johnson, K. Taylor 4, League 2, Lee, Smith 10, Thomas 11. Darrington — Baker, Corley 11, Green, H. Wales 21, Pendergrass 7, R. Wales 2, Woodward 9. 3-point goals — Thomas 1, Pendergrass. Records — Concrete 3-3 league, 7-6 overall. Darrington 3-3, 7-5.

North Sound Christian 61, Tulalip Heritage 31: At Tulalip, North Sound Christian outscored Tulalip Heritage 23-4 in the first quarter and cruised to a Northwest 1B victory. Elyse Bunger and Melissa Castor each scored 14 points for the Lions. Lateesha Jack led Tulalip Heritage with 11 points.

At Tulalip Tribal Center

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North Sound Christian — Bunger 14, Castor 14, Jenness, Oakland 7, Reymore 8, Speck, Ton 4, Washio 12. Tulalip Heritage — Dean, Enick 2, Jack 11, Jones 6, Robinson 6, Spencer 2, Velazquez 4. 3-point goals — Jack 1, Robinson 2, Castor 4. Records — NSC 3-1 league, 6-7 overall. TH 1-3, 4-7.

Lopez Island 39, Grace Academy 34: At Marysville, Ashley Sahli of Lopez Island led all scorers with 15 points. Lauren Krumm had 14 points and six steals for Grace Academy in the Northwest 1B League game.

At Grace Academy H.S.

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Lopez Island — Berg 6, Buchanan 6, Burt 2, Clark 2, Ro. DeGraaf, Ru. DeGraaf, Sahli 15, Vaughn 8. Grace Academy — Galbreath, L. Krumm 14, McAuliffe, Monteith 4, Nielsen 7, Schlumpf, Schuler, Timmerman 3, Wennersten 6. 3-point goals — Buchanan 1. Records — LI 1-4 league, 6-6 overall. GA 1-4, 2-13.

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