Boys hoops: Meadowdale clinches top Wesco seed

LYNNWOOD — Seniors Evan Matteson and Paul Werner each had 14 points to led the Meadowdale boys basketball team to a 69-59 victory over Arlington Thursday night at Meadowdale High School.

The victory clinched the No. 1 seed for the Mavericks in the Class 3A District 1 playoffs, where three teams from the Northwest League and five from the Western Conference will vie for two state tournament berths.

Meadowdale plays Everett, the No. 5 seed, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Meadowdale High School in an opening-round game. No. 2 Arlington plays No. 3 Ferndale at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Arlington High School.

At Meadowdale H.S.

Arlington12131618—59

Meadowdale24141417—69

Arlington — Barber 6, Busby 3, Carpenter 14, Cooper, Heath 4, Larson 18, McPherson, Richardson 5, Scarth 9. Meadowdale — Beeson 4, Clampitt 3, Dooley 10, Gorman 9, Hamlett 4, Matteson 14, Nelson 1, O’Neill 10, P. Werner 14, S. Werner. 3-point goals — Larson 6, Busby 1, Carpenter 2, P. Warner 2, Dooley 2. Records — Arlington 7-14 overall. Meadowdale 18-3.

Lynnwood 64, Shorecrest 54: At Lynnwood, Andrew Beatty scored 14 points and the Royals secured the Wesco No. 3 seed in the 3A District 1 playoffs. Lynnwood plays at Mount Vernon Tuesday, while No. 4 Shorecrest faces Squalicum in Bellingham.

At Meadowdale H.S.

Lynnwood16141321—64

Shorecrest15151410—54

Lynnwood — Beatty 14, Daniel, DeGraw, Evans, Fajemisin 6, Gordon 4, Hill 4, Hunsinger 13, Matzen 13, Meinken 10, Milne, Wilson. Shorecrest — Bermudez 3, Clevenger, Diel 3, Dodge 9, Golike 14, Hake 6, Harris, Jochim 3, Kanuch 7, Meyers 9, Sullivan, Wenberg. 3-point goals — Hunsinger 3, Matzen 1, Meyers 3, Jochim 1, Diel 1, Bermudez 1, Hake 2, Kanuch 1, Golike 2 (11). Records — Lynnwood 10-11 overall. Shorecrest 8-14.

Darrington 70, Quilcene 42: At Darrington, Derrick Green had 16 points to lead Darrington to victory in the first round of the Class 2B Tri-District playoffs. Darrington advances to play again at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Chief Leschi High School.

At Darrington H.S.

Quilcene7111113—42

Darrington13171624—72

Quilcene — Lindquist 3, Bacchus 23, Burlingame 7, Bancroft 9, Hall, Pruesdel, J. Olsen, Knox. Darrington — Barquest 4, Buchanan, Green 16, Hoveskeland 10, Jones 3, Monteith 8, O’Dell 8, N. Olsen 4, Parris 13, Schillhammer 4. 3-point goals — Lindquist, Bacchus 1, Burlingame 1, Bancroft 1, Hoveskeland 1, Green 2, Jones 1. Records — Quilcene 12-7 overall. Darrington 17-4.

Rainier Christian 67, Shoreline Christian 62: At Shoreline, Rainier Christian outscored the Crusaders 24-14 in the fourth quarter to win the 2B Tri-District playoff opener. Shoreline Christian play a loser-out game at 9 a.m. Saturday.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

Rainier Christian1619824—67

Shoreline Christian1792214—62

Rainier Christian — Knight 2, Nayareet 2, Austin 8, Early 5, Olson 15, D, Brumfield 12, Westling 10, Parr 2. R. Brumfield 11. Shoreline Christian — Danhof 2, Dovinh 8, R. Hudson 2, Ryder 13, T. Hudson 1, Taniguchi 27, Vermeer 9. 3-point goals — Austin 1, Early 1, R. Brumfield 1, Kevin Taniguchi 6-9, Vermeer 1, Ryder 3, Dovinh 1. Records — RC 11-9 overall. SC 9-12.

King’s 57, Nooksack Valley 47: At Everson, Erich Fuhlendorf had a game-high 20 points to help King’s advance to the Bi-District championship game. King’s can earn the top seeding into the Tri-District playoffs with a victory over Friday Harbor on Saturday at Mount Vernon High School.

At Nooksack Valley H.S.

King’s14111319—57

Nooksack Valley7131710—47

King’s — Ayers 4, Clocksin 5, Fuhlendorf 20, Hardy 4, Mar 1, McDonald 1, O’Neil 16, Talbot 6. NV — Westergreen 5, McLeod 7, Skillman 17, Beard 3, Dabala 7, VanBerkun 5, Charroin 3. 3-point goals — Fuhlendorf 2, Hardy 1, Skillman 2, McLeod 1. Records — King’s 18-4 overall. NV 13-8.

Girls basketball

Oak Harbor 55, Edmonds-Woodway 39: At Marysville, Mietra Smollack scored a game-high 20 points to lead Oak Harbor to victory in a Class 4A District 1 loser-out playoff game. The Wildcats’ hopes for a state berth remain alive, with Oak Harbor playing the loser of today’s Lake Stevens-Marysville-Pilchuck contest in a loser-out game on Tuesday.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

Edmonds-Woodway1171110—39

Oak Harbor12121219—55

Edmonds-Woodway — Albertson 6, Butler 13, Donaldson, Kenney 4, Lauber, Lee 2, Olson, Petty, Schultz, Shen, Singh 14, Stafford, Wellington. Oak Harbor — Baeyen, Chong, Denmon 19, Henrickson, Jansen 3, Russell, Smith, Smollack 20, Thiel 10, Tubo 3. 3-point goals — Denmon 3, Butler 1, Singh 4. Records — E-W 10-12 overall. Oak Harbor 15-7.

Kamiak 61, Mountlake Terrace 49: At Marysville, Julia Church scored 12 points and Kelsey Patrick had 11 points and 14 rebounds to lead Kamiak to victory in the loser-out Class 4A District 1 playoff game. The Knights’ hopes for a state berth remain alive as they play the loser of today’s Snohomish-Jackson matchup in a loser-out game on Tuesday.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

M. Terrace1091218—49

Kamiak13151221—61

Mountlake Terrace — Fritz 9, Hinson 4, Peeples 6, Perez 3, Pingul 21, Ramirez 2, Seidlitz 4, Staley. Kamiak — Burns 1, Church 12, Johnson, K. Kussman 6, Keller 9, McClaskey 1, Patrick 11, Simmons 2, Sovich 9, T. Kussman 10. 3-point goals — Patrick 2, Pingul 2, Perez 1. Records — M. Terrace 4-18 overall. Kamiak 16-7.

Evergreen Lutheran 61, Darrington 50: At Des Moines, Hailey Wales had a team-high 13 points but it wasn’t enough to lift Darrington into the next round of the Class 2B Tri-District playoffs. The Loggers play Life Christian in a loser-out game at 10:45 a.m. Saturday at Chief Leschi High School.

At Evergreen Lutheran H.S.

Darrington11131511—50

E.Lutheran1021921—61

Darrington — Baker 1, Corley 5, Green 10, H. Wales 13, Longly, Pendergrass 10, R. Wales 3, Woodward 8. Evergreen Lutheran — Daniels 18, D’Andrade 14, Bender 8, Lorette 8, Elhard 7, Laete 4, Poetter 2, Hall, Hansen, Herman, Holter, Lance. 3-point goals — Corley 1, Green 2, D’Andrade 4. Records — Darrington 12-10 overall. Evergreen Lutheran 14-7.

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