Boys basketball roundup: Kaska’s hot shooting leads Lake Stevens past Cascade 69-64

EVERETT — The Cascade boys basketball team went cold and Lake Stevens’ Shane Kaska heated up as the Bruins squandered an eight-point lead and the Vikings captured a 69-64 Western Conference North Division win Tuesday night at Cascade High School.

The Bruins (9-4 league, 11-6 overall), who are battling for a district playoff spot, shot 2 of 14 from the field in a frigid fourth quarter.

Kaska finished with 33 points, including five 3-pointers, for Lake Stevens (12-1, 14-4).

“Kaska really came through down the stretch,” Cascade head coach Jamar Williams said. “ … They hit the boards pretty well on the offensive end, there were several trips where we (Cascade) were one shot and out.”

Chris McGrath scored 17 points and had six rebounds and two steals for Cascade as the Bruins overcame 10 first-half turnovers.

“We were able to battle through (the turnovers) and still be able to be down three at the half,” Williams said. “… We just went cold there in the fourth.”

Jarett Hanson added nine points for the Vikings and Arvid Isaksen, Aaron Maw and Chris Finley had seven apiece.

Cascade is in a battle with Snohomish for the third and fourth places to the district tournament with Arlington lurking in fifth.

The Bruins face Arlington on Friday.

“I definitely want our guys to take the lessons out of this loss and the guys need to refocus in on Arlington on Friday,” Williams said.

At Cascade H.S.

Lake Stevens14211321—69

Cascade1616248—64

Lake Stevens—Israel 0, Isaksen 7, Finley 7, Schneider 5, Hanson 9, Maw 7, Jones 0, J. Dodge 2, Kaska 33. Cascade—Bruce 0, Taylor 2, McGrath 17, Hancock 4, Jackson 2, Garrett 4, Hilliard 0, Nelson 0, McDaniels 7, Cline 13, Barton 15. 3-point goals—Kaska 5, Hanson 1, Isaksen 1, McDaniels 1, Barton 2. Records—Lake Stevens 12-1 league, 14-4 overall. Cascade 9-4. 11-6.

Arlington 61, Oak Harbor 48: At Arlington, Blake Peterson had 12 points, 12 rebounds and two assists for the Eagles in the Wesco North victory.

At Arlington H.S.

Oak Harbor1571214—48

Arlington10141918—61

Oak Harbor—Smith 2, Fakkema 2, Anter 4, Bratt 5, Harden 7, Boesch 0, Stout 5, Tillotson 0, T. Paul 2, C. Paul 0, Washington 21. Arlington—Carlson 16, Cooper 18, Petersen 12, Davis 0, Ginnis 8, Smith 5, Brummel 0, Ladines 0, Robertson 2. 3-point goals—Bratt 1, Harden 2, Cooper 3, Smith 1. Records—Oak Harbor 3-10 league, 4-13 overall. Arlington 7-6, 10-7.

Snohomish 65, Everett 49: At Everett, Trevor Carlson scored 13 points to lead Snohomish to the Wesco North win.

At Everett H.S.

Snohomish14211812—65

Everett1691410—49

Snohomish—Hamlin 11, Ortiz 8, Sterley 5, Simpson 4, Newell 5, Carlson 13, Savage 2, Reichenberger 6, McGee 7, Steele 4, Caldwell 0. Everett—Sissel 3, Vandelac 0, Brown 12, Edwards 5, McKinnon 6, Gebert 2, Dickson 8, Sontra 4, Smith 0, Frauenholtz 6, Daly 3. 3-point goals—Edwards 1, McKinnon 1, Hamlin 3, Newell 1, Carlson 3. Records—Snohomish 9-4 league, 10-7 overall. Everett 1-13, 3-15.

Stanwood 74, Marysville-Pilchuck 49: At Marysville, Stanwood used a 25-0 run in the third quarter to run to a Wesco North league win. Drew Haugstad scored a team-high 23 points for Stanwood. Kyle Hinkley had 18 points for the Tomahawks.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

Stanwood14122919—74

Marysville-Pilchuck881023—49

Stanwood—Haugstad 23, Reinecke 2, Schmidt 13, T. Harris 1, Cook 11, Schroyer 2, Johnson 16, McCune 4, Taylor 0, S. Harris 2, Youngren 0. Marysville-Pilchuck—Stokes 0, Cody Dockendorf 0, Kiblinger 12, Hinkley 18, Shannon 5, Oden 1, Chris Dockendorf 0, Daguison 0, Emch 4, Stevens 5, Calahan 4. 3-point goals—Kiblinger 2, Hinkley 2, Haugstad 5, Schmidt 1. Records—Stanwood 11-2 league, 11-6 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 4-10, 7-11.

Glacier Peak 78, Shorewood 45: At Snohomish, Nick Persha and Brandon hill had 14 points apiece for Glacier Peak, which had a 44-23 halftime lead and cruised to the Wesco South win.

At Glacier Peak H.S.

Shorewood13101111—45

Glacier Peak20241618—78

Shorewood—Brazell 2, Carroll 4, Delgado 0, Andrews 5, Mitchell 13, Kadiric 4, Berquist 5, Smallwood 0, Simpkins 10, Hendrickson 2, Hawkinson 0. Glacier Peak—Persha 14, Hill 14, Southard 11, Cummins 4, Manning 0, Harris 2, Pederson 4, Kiser 7, Bonner 12, Pervier 10. 3-point goals—Persha 4, Hill 1, Southard 1, Andrews 1, Mitchell 2. Records—Shorewood 6-9 league, 6-11 overall. Glacier Peak 10-5, 12-5.

Jackson 73, Lynnwood 51: At Bothell, Jackson’s Brett Kingma scored 11 of Jackson’s 30 points in the third quarter and the Timberwolves clinched at least a tie for the Wesco South title with the victory. Simi Fajemisin had 19 points and 13 rebounds to lead Lynnwood.

At Lynnwood H.S.

Jackson11143018—73

Lynnwood11101119—51

Jackson—Kingma 20, Dineen 4, Rucker 2, Gay 3, Massengale 23, O’Keefe 4, Gilchrist 6, Wishko 11. Lynnwood—Norde 9, Haney 3, Le 4, Edwards 9, DeGraw 1, Botts 6, Fajemisin 19. 3-point goals—Kingma 2, Gay 1, Massengale 1, Norde 3, Haney 1. Records—Jackson 14-1 league, 16-1 overall. Lynnwood 8-7, 8-9.

Mountlake Terrace 51, Mariner 47: At Everett, Jacob Champoux scored 17 points to lead Mountlake Terrace to the Wesco South win.

At Mariner H.S.

M. Terrace8141019—51

Mariner1411157—47

Mountlake Terrace—Powell 2, Johnson 6, Eftekhari 0, Higgins 4, Champoux 17, Haldane 2, Karels 14, Cano 0, Erickson 0, Swanstrom 0, Snow 6. Mariner—Williams 15, Kiehl 9, Reola 5, Coles 10, Purnell 0, Massey 0, McCulloch 4, Parra 4. 3-point goals—Williams 2, Kiehl 1, Coles 1, Champoux 2. Records—Mountlake Terrace 8-7 league, 9-8 overall. Mariner 1-14, 1-16.

Shorecrest 56, Meadowdale 55 (OT): At Shoreline, trailing 54-52, Meadowdale’s Tyce Tallman hit a three-pointer with seven seconds remaining in the game to give the Mavericks a 55-54 advantage. But Shorecrest’s Isaiah Clevenger was able to drive the length of the court and bury a jump-shot from the free throw line with two seconds remaining that proved to be the game winner. Clevenger scored 22 points to lead the Scots.

At Shorecrest H.S.

Meadowdale1518958—55

Shorecrest81115139—56

Meadowdale—Neff-Warner 5, Casper 0, Linton 3, Werner 3, Beucherie 4, Tallman 15, Dooley 4, Sand 6, Buck 0, Hamlett 15. Shorecrest—Clevenger 22, T. McCoy 0, Diel 2, Hake 11, Bateman 4, B. McCoy 0, Brown 9, Chibuogwu 8, Johnson 0. 3-point goals—Clevenger 1, Hake 1, Tallman 5, Werner 1, Neff-Warner 1, Sand 1, Linton 1. Records—Meadowdale 11-4 league, 13-4 overall. Shorecrest 10-5, 11-6.

Grace Academy 39, Skykomish 34: At Marysville, Garrett Weinberg scored 14 points to lead Grace Academy to the Northwest 1B win.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Skykomish761110—34

Grace Academy3121113—39

Skykomish—K. Wahl 0, C. Wahl 12, Torres 9, Musser 9, Hanis 4, Dorgan 0. Grace Academy—O’Kelly 0, Weinberg 14, N. Lugg 8, Elvrom 2, Hackbarth 0, Herrington 6, Thompson 0, Jorgenson 3, Young 6, J. Lugg 0. 3-point goals—Torres 3, Musser 1, Weinberg 3. Records—Skykomish 2-9 league, 3-9 overall. Grace Academy 3-9, 4-15.

King’s 65, Lakewood 40: At Marysville, Ryan Hoff shot 5-for-8 from three-point range and scored 23 points to lead King’s to the Cascade Conference win.

At Lakewood H.S.

King’s16221413—65

Lakewood351220—40

King’s—Brugger 6, Sawtell 4, Hoff 23, Coshow 3, Berendsen 6, McCutchen 2, Porcello 4, Cheledinas 13, Doldier 2, Castonguay 2, Taylor 0. Lakewood—Fry 10, Lujan, Bird 2, Wiersma 4, Hawkins 2, Stanton, VonPein 7, Haslom 13, Jones, Hesselman 2, Sanders, Diggs. 3-point goals—Hoff 5, Cheledinas 1, Fry 3, Wiersma 1, VonPein 1. Records—King’s 10-1 league, 13-4 overall. Lakewood 4-5, 6-9.

Coupeville 78, Granite Falls 58: At Coupeville, Jason Bagby had 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead Coupeville to the Cascade Conference win.

At Coupeville H.S.

Granite Falls1023169—58

Coupeville22202016—78

Granite Falls—Matalomani 0, Moseley 0, Walker 7, Gumke 5, Whitt 16, David Lund 0, Cashman 3, Hitchcock 10, Phelps 15, Hereth 2, Loucks. Coupeville—Wilcox 12, Bagby 16, Hayes 0, Smith 4, E. King 8, T. King 0, Brookhouse 13, Miranda 0, Engle 2, Walstad 9, Hammer 14. 3-point goals—Wilcox 2, Smith 1, E. King 1, Brookhouse 2, Whitt 3, Phelps 3. Records—Granite Falls 0-10 league, 0-16 overall. Coupeville 8-3, 13-4.

Archbishop Murphy 66, Sultan 33: At Everett, Archbishop Murphy forced 19 Sultan turnovers, and Jared McCann was 5-for-7 from the field for 14 points and seven rebounds, and teammate Casey Wagner had six assists, four rebounds, and four points in the Murphy win.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Sultan57615—33

Murphy21181716—66

Sultan—Ruddock 8, Beebe 0, Knoles 2, B. VandenEkart 15, Rutz 2, Hatton 0, Alwood 0, Theo VandenEkart 2, Pruitt 2, Hall 0, Cottrell 2. Archbishop Murphy—Smith 11, Eichinger 3, Huesers 7, Wagner 4, DeGrazia 1, Hughes 5, Gordon 12, McCann 14, Ryan 4, Anderson 3, Shober 0. 3-point goals—Smith 3, McCann 3, Anderson 1, Ruddock 1, B. VandenEkart 2. Records—Sultan 2-7 league, 3-12 overall. Archbishop Murphy 5-4, 7-8.

South Whidbey 62, Cedarcrest 59: At Langley, Cole Erickson’s 3-pointer with 5 seconds remaining gave South Whidbey a Cascade Conference win. Riley Newman scored a team-high 19 points for the Falcons. Daniel Campbell had 13 points for Cedarcrest.

At South Whidbey H.S.

Cedarcrest1518818—59

S. Whidbey10182311—62

Cedarcrest—Rekers 4, Taylor 11, Dowd 4, Campbell 13, Corpus 4, Hammontree 2, McCadam 10, Marty 11. South Whidbey—Bennett 0, Erikson 3, Dibble 2, Thornley 16, Price 3, George 6, Cary 3, Newman 19, Norris 6, Ball 4. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Cedarcrest 6-4 league, 9-7 overall. South Whidbey 4-5, 6-9.

Tulalip Heritage 73, Highland Christian 44: At Tulalip, James Whitebear knocked down nine of his 13 shots and scored 21 points to lead Tulalip Heritage to the Northwest 1B win.

At Tulalip Heritage H.S.

Highland Chr.99818—44

Tulalip Heritage23151916—73

Highland Christian—Teal 18, Breekveldt 0, Jahraus 5, Wold 16, Star 4, Poortinga 0, Donnelson 1, Kirshenbaum 0. Tulalip Heritage—George 12, Enick 5, Kublic 0, Reedy 10, Williams 0, Whitebear 21, Henry 3, Ramos 4, Comenote 16, Hatch 0, McLean 2. 3-point goals—Jahraus 1, Enick 1, Comenote 2. Records—Highland Christian 0-11 league, 2-16 overall. Tulalip Heritage 7-5, 10-9.

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