PREP BOYS BASKETBALL/WRESTLING ROUNDUP: Cascade wins with defense

EVERETT — Thanks to some great defense, and an offense that wasn’t doing too bad either, Cascade continued to roll through the Wesco North Friday night, this time defeating crosstown rival Everett 62-34 at Everett High School.

“(Cascade) just did a great job of playing their zone defense,” Everett head coach Aaron Nations said. “They did a great job pressuring us.”

The Bruins (4-0 in league, 5-1 overall) also excelled on offense, scoring 62 points with only two players scoring in double digits.

“We did our job stopping (leading scorer Chris) McGrath,” Nations said, “but they had some role players that stepped up.

“Their defense was stellar,” Nations continued. “They hit shots, we didn’t. They had a lot of energy tonight.”

McGrath led all scorers with 11 points, and Johnnie Hilliard added 10 points for Cascade, which had nine different players score in the contest. Six different players scored in the third quarter which saw the Bruins run away from Everett (1-4, 1-5) with a 20-4 advantage.

“That shows they’re pretty deep,” Nations said.

Lucas Sontra led the Seagulls with eight points, and Ben Barhanovich and Luke Frauenholtz added seven points apiece.

At Everett H.S.

Cascade1816208—62

Everett811411—34

Cascade—Bruce 4, Eaton 0, Taylor 4, McGrath 11, Hancock 9, Jackson 5, Garrett 0, Hilliard 10, McDaniels 7, Cline 8, Barton 4. Everett—Sissel 0, Vandelac 0, Brown 4, Edwards 0, McKinnon 6, Gebert 2, Miedema 0, Dickson 0, Sontra 8, Barhanovich 7, Smith 0, Frauenholtz 7, Daly 0. 3-point goals—Brown 1, Barhanovich 2, McGrath 2, Hancock 3, McDaniels 1, Barton 1. Records—Cascade 4-0 league, 5-1 overall. Everett 1-4, 1-5.

Stanwood 49, Monroe 43: At Monroe, Stanwood pounded the ball inside to Zack Johnson, who finished with 25 points and was the determining factor down the stretch of the Wesco North game. Monroe’s Tom Meeus finished with 14 points.

At Monroe H.S.

Stanwood1381513—49

Monroe910159—43

Stanwood—Jamieson 0, Haugstad 6, Reinecke 2, Schmidt 6, Cook 0, Schroyer 2, Johnson 25, McCune 2, Taylor 6. Monroe—Roppo 8, Bunge 5, Love 0, Drivstuen 0, Ulanovskiy 2, Jensen 4, Lustyuk 6, Meeus 14, Parker 4. 3-point goals—Roppo 2, Bunge 1. Records—Stanwood 3-1 league, 3-2 overall. Monroe 1-4, 1-4.

Marysville-Pilchuck 60, Arlington 51: At Marysville, Dylan Calahan had 16 points and 10 rebounds and fellow 6-footer Ryan Shannon scored 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco North win. Eric Carlson had a game-high 22 points for Arlington.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

Arlington1261617—51

Marysville-Pilchuck10112118—60

Arlington—Carlson 22, Cooper 3, Petersen 4, Davis 4, Ginnis 11, Smith 3, Brummel 0, Robertson 4. Marysville-Pilchuck—Stokes 0, Kiblinger 1, Hinkley 10, Shannon 21, Oden 0, Dockaendorf 0, Daguison 8, Stevens 4, Calahan 16, Parker 0. 3-point goals—Ginnis 1, Hinkley 2, Shannon 4, Daguison 2. Records—Arlington 1-3 league, 2-3 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 2-3, 3-4.

Lake Stevens 79, Oak Harbor 58: At Oak Harbor, Shane Kaska scored a season high 33 points, including hitting five 3s to lead Lake Stevens to the Wesco North win. Mike Washington Jr. led Oak Harbor with 18 points.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Lake Stevens22231717—79

Oak Harbor11131321—58

Lake Stevens—Israel 3, Isaksen 0, Finley 6, Schneider 9, Hanson 7, Maw 12, Paulson 2, Jones 0, J. Dodge 0, Kaska 33, Vandegrift 7. Oak Harbor—Smith 4, Fakkema 3, Anter 14, Bratt 5, Harden 4, Boesch 3, Stout 3, T. Paul 4, Washington Jr. 18. 3-point goals—Washington Jr. 3, Fakkema 1, Bratt 1, Harden 1, Israel 1, Schneider 1, Maw 2, Kaska 5. Records—Lake Stevens 5-0 league, 6-0 overall. Oak Harbor 0-4, 1-6.

Glacier Peak 65, Kamiak 48: At Mukilteo, Brandon Hill and Jack Bonner combined to make five 3-pointers as Glacier Peak benefitted from a strong second half in a Wesco South win. Hill had a team-leading 15 points for Glacier Peak. Connor Conrad had 16 points and 11 rebounds for Kamiak.

At Kamiak H.S.

Glacier Peak11181818—65

Kamiak12111312—48

Glacier Peak—Persha 9, Hill 15, Southard 10, Cummins 7, Bonner 12, Pervier 10. Kamiak—Wisnubroto 3, Berg 4, Makori 10, Lee 0, Self 0, Manchester 3, Blacksmith 0, Houghtaling 10, Conrad 16, Vincente 2. 3-point goals—Hill 3, Bonner 2, Makori 1, Manchester 1. Records—Glacier Peak 2-3 league, 3-3 overall. Kamiak 0-5, 1-6.

Meadowdale 61, Mariner 37: At Everett, Connor Hamlett led all scorers with 20 points, including eight in the third quarter, to lead Meadowdale to the Wesco South win.

At Mariner H.S.

Meadowdale11131918—61

Mariner115813—37

Meadowdale—Neff-Warner 7, Casper 0, Linton 6, Werner 6, Beucherie 6, Tallman 2, Gage 2, Dooley 4, Sand 4, Buck 4, Hamlett 20. Mariner—Williams 1, Kiehl 7, Reola 4, Coles 2, Purnell 0, Massey 4, McCulloch 12, Gray 7, 3-point goals—Kiehl 2, Linton 1, Werner 2. Records—Meadowdale 3-2 league, 4-2 overall. Mariner 0-5, 0-6.

Mountlake Terrace 40, Edmonds-Woodway 39: At Mountlake Terrace, the Hawks held the lead for the entire fourth quarter in their Wesco South win. Terrace’s Ryan Swanstrom finished with three points and nine rebounds, and Andy Willcock had 14 points to lead Kamiak.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

Edmonds-Woodway812712—39

Mountlake Terrace118138—40

Edmonds-Woodway—Rupple 1, Bury 9, Wooley 0, Degrazia 5, Jordan 7, Choi 3, Berg 0, Willcock 14, Butler 0. Mountlake Terrace—Powell 5, Johnson 3, Eftekhari 2, Higgins 2, Champoux 13, Haldane 0, Karels 6, Erickson 0, Swanstrom 3, Snow 6. 3-point goals—Powell 1, Johnson 1, Jordan 1, Willcock 2. Records—Edmonds-Woodway 2-3 league, 3-3 overall. Mountlake Terrace 3-2, 3-2.

Lynnwood 53, Shorewood 40: At Shoreline, Anthony Edwards and Simi Fajemisin scored 15 points apiece and Lynnwood overcame a three-point halftime deficit by outscoring Shorewood 35-19 in the second half in a Wesco South win. Micah Mitchell scored a team-high 13 points for Shorewood.

At Shorewood H.S.

Lynnwood5131817—53

Shorewood138109—40

Lynnwood—Tamirat 5, Kulej 2, Norde 0, Haney 2, Nut 5, Jordan 0, Edwards 15, DeGraw 0, Botts 9, Fajemisin 15. Shorewood—Carroll 2, Andrews 2, Mitchell 13, Kadiric 8, Berquist 4, Smallwood 4, Simpkins 5, Hendrickson 0, Hawkinson 2. 3-point goals—Tamirat 1, Nut 1, Botts 1, Mitchell 3. Records—Lynnwood 3-2 league, 3-3 overall. Shorewood 3-2, 3-3.

Coupeville 79, South Whidbey 72: At Coupeville, Chad Brookhouse had 19 points, 15 of which came in the first half, to lead Coupeville to the Cascade Conference win. Jason Bagby also had 18 points and 15 rebounds for the Wolves. Riley Newman led South Whidbey with 22 points and shot 11-for-13 from the free-throw line.

At Coupeville H.S.

South Whidbey22132215—72

Coupeville27151918—79

South Whidbey—Newman 22, Bennett 2, Lee 0, Erikson 13, Dibble 2, Ball 4, Thornley 13, Cary 9, George 5, Price 2, Norris 0. Coupeville—Wilcox 11, Bagby 18, Smith 2, E. King 9, T. King 0, Brookhouse 19, Walstad 12, Hammer 8. 3-point goals—E. King 2, Brookhouse 3, Newman 1, Erikson 3, Cary 1, George 1. Records—South Whidbey 0-1 league, 2-2 overall. Coupeville 1-0, 4-1.

Cedarcrest 75, Lakewood 68: At Marysville, Cedarcrest forced 18 Lakewood turnovers, and Colton Rekers had 21 points to lead the Red Wolves to the Cascade Conference win. Joseph Hawkins led Lakewood with eight points, nine rebounds, three assists and four steals.

At Lakewood H.S.

Cedarcrest20101926—75

Lakewood12191324—68

Cedarcrest—Rekers 21, Taylor 11, Dowd 5, Campbell 9, Hammontree 4, McCadam 7, McKinney 14, Duffy 4. Lakewood—Fry 7, Bird 11, Wiersma 2, Hawkins 8, Stanton 2, VonPein 13, Haslom 13, Jones 2, Hesselman 6, Diggs 4. 3-point goals—Fry 1, Bird 1, VonPein 1, Rekers 2, Dowd 1, Campbell 3. Records—Cedarcrest 1-0 league, 3-1 overall. Lakewood 0-1, 0-4.

King’s 67, Archbishop Murphy 53: At Shoreline, Ryan Hoff had 21 points and five assists and Karl Clocksin had 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead King’s over the Wildcats in a Cascade Conference game.

At King’s H.S.

Murphy513827—53

King’s23151415—67

Archbishop Murphy—Eichinger 3, Felder 20, Huesers 6, Wagner 15, DeGrazia 2, Gordon 3, McCann 0, Ryan 4, Anderson 0. King’s—Brugger 6, Sawtell 4, Hoff 21, Coshow 4, Berendsen 6, Porcello 3, Cheledinas 4, Clocksin 19, Doldier 0. 3-point goals—Hoff 3, Felder 2, Wagner 2. Records—Archbishop Murphy 0-1 league, 0-4 overall. King’s 2-0, 3-0.

Sultan 64, Granite Falls 41: At Sultan, Theo VandenEkart had 10 points in the third quarter and Sultan used strong defense in a Cascade Conference win. Clayton Knoles added 16 points for Sultan. Jackson Phelps scored a team-high 13 points for Granite Falls.

At Sultan H.S.

Granite Falls714812—41

Sultan12162214—64

Granite Falls—Otness, Matalomani 2, Hansen 2, Moseley 0, Walker, Gumke 5, Whitt, David Lund 2, Cashman 8, Hitchcock 9, Phelps 13, Hereth 0, Daniel Lund 0. Sultan—Ruddock 6, Beebe 10, Cotterill 0, Knoles 16, VandenEkart 21, Rutz 2, Hatton 5, Alwood 1, Pruitt 0, Hall 3. 3-point goals—Phelps 2, Ruddock 2, VandenEkart 2. Records—Granite Falls 0-2 league, 0-5 overall. Sultan 1-0, 2-2.

Friday Harbor 55, Shoreline Christian 49: At Friday Harbor, Roy Taylor scored 13 of his 14 points in the third quarter for Friday Harbor, which shot 10-for-12 from the foul line in the final period. The Wolves took their first lead with three minutes remaining en route to the Northwest 1A/2B League win.

At Friday Harbor H.S.

Shoreline Christian1711183—49

Friday Harbor8141914—55

Shoreline Christian—Jacobs 4, Lidstrom 0, Drollinger 15, Hudson 19, Deelstra 11. Friday Harbor—Ausilio 4, Taylor 14, Scott 0, Buck 4, Jangard 4, Ukra 16, Howard 3, Lawson 10. 3-point goals—Drollinger 2, Hudson 1, Taylor 2. Records—Shoreline Christian 1-1 league, 5-2 overall. Friday Harbor 1-1, 2-3.

Concrete 60, Darrington 40: At Concrete, Tyler Clark had 23 points, including three 3’s to lead Concrete to the Northwest 1A/2B win.

At Concrete H.S.

Darrington128614—40

Concrete2212197—60

Darrington—Nash 9, Fenstermaker 4, Gillette 8, Barker 5, Schoenman 1, Meece 2, McMillion 11, Olson 0, Lucas 0, Fabri 0. Concrete—Jarmin 0, Howell 9, Holbrook 1, Massingale 0, Johnson 12, Clark 23, Luttrell 0, McIntosh 15, Black 0. 3-point goals—Nash 1, Barker 1, Clark 3, McIntosh 3. Records—Darrington 0-2 league, 1-6 overall. Concrete 1-1, 2-4.

Lopez Island 68, Skykomish 28: At Skykomish, Alex Buffum led all scorers with 18 points as Lopez Island cruised to the Northwest 1B win.

At Skykomish H.S.

Lopez Island2319197—68

Skykomish78211—28

Lopez Island—K. Jardine 10, Peralta 2, Haber 0, Drahn 5, Carson 13, C. Jardine 11, A. Buffum 18, O’Bryant 0, Arps 6, Nopson 4, Gallagher 0. Skykomish—K. Wahl 6, C. Wahl 15, Torres 0, Musser 5, Hanis 2, Blunt 0. 3-point goals—K. Jardine 2, Drahn 1, C. Jardine 1, A. Buffum 1. Records—Lopez Island 3-0 league, 5-1 overall. Skykomish 0-3, 0-3.

North Sound Christian 36, Grace Academy 32: At Marysville, behind by six points going into the fourth quarter, North Sound Christian outscored Grace Academy 14-4 in the final period to earn the Northwest 1B win. Aaron Hudson had 15 points to lead North Sound, and Garrett Weinberg scored 16 points for the Eagles.

At Grace Academy H.S.

North Sound67914—36

Grace Academy41574—32

North Sound Christian—Reidt 10, M. Patterson 3, Mackie 2, Eun 0, W. Patterson 6, Hudson 15, Mengiste 0, Purdy 0. Grace Academy—Weinberg 16, N. Lugg 3, Elvrom 5, Hackbarth 0, Herrington 4, Jorgenson 4, Young 0, Moussi 0. 3-point goals—M. Patterson 1, Weinberg 1, Elvrom 1. Records—North Sound Christian 2-1 league, 2-4 overall. Grace Academy 1-3, 2-4.

Lummi 54, Tulalip Heritage 43: At Tulalip, Tulalip Heritage was held to 13 points in the first half, and was unable to come back in its first loss of the season. Shawn Comenote led Tulalip Heritage with 23 points in the Northwest 1B League game.

At Tulalip Heritage H.S.

Lummi822177—54

Tulalip Heritage851317—43

Lummi—James 19, Roberts 0, Sinkbonner 6, Hatch 3, Jameson 0, Oldham 0, J. Roberts 5, G. martin 2, Revey 13, Fryberg 0, Rivera 6, Misanes 0. Tulalip Heritage—George 5, Davis 5, Enick 0, Reedy 6, Kublic 0, Whitebear 4, Henry 0, Ramos 0, Comenote 23, hatch 0, Fryberg 0, McClean 0. Records—Lummi 2-0 league, 2-0 overall. Tulalip Heritage 2-1, 4-1.

Wrestling

Archbishop Murphy 45, Granite Falls 34

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

285—Ryan Sapardo (AM) pinned Dakota Thomas 1:48; 103—Chris Jenkins (GF) won by forfeit; 112—Josh Short (GF) won by forfeit; 119—Jeremy Wattam (AM) pinned Ryan Nash 1:36; 125—Tim Callaghan (AM) pinned Jared Olander 1:44; 130—Dan Miller (AM) pinned Mike Lemke 5:40; 135—Rowan Sanders (AM) won by forfeit; 140—Ben Stivers (AM) pinned J.B. Short 1:50; 145—Cam Wade (AM) pinned Boyce King 1:25; 152—Brandon Gilbertson (GF) won by forfeit; 160—Ryan Teter (GF) maj. dec. Conner Kruise 15-3; 171—Brandon Todd (AM) dec. David LaPlante 8-1; 189—J.J. Campbell (GF) won by forfeit; 215—Levi Hunt (GF) won by forfeit. Records—Granite Falls 0-1 league, 0-3 overall. Archbishop Murphy 1-0, 3-3.

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