Brockman scores 51

STANWOOD – University of Washington-bound Jon Brockman scored a career high 51 points to lead the Snohomish Panthers to a 99-86 Western Conference North Division victory over the Stanwood Spartans Thursday night at Stanwood High School.

With the victory Snohomish (12-4 league, 15-5 overall) tied Marysville-Pilchuck, Mount Vernon and Cascade for a share of the Wesco North division title. The Panthers clinched the North’s No. 2 seed for the 4A District 1 playoffs by virtue of a tie-breaker decided at the beginning of the season and will host Meadowdale Tuesday.

“Jon (Brockman) was dominant for them tonight, we had a hard time doubling him,” Stanwood coach Nate DuChesne said.

Heading into the fourth quarter Snohomish had a 71-64 lead, but Stanwood (8-8, 10-10) kept scrapping and fighting, closing to within three at the 4 minute mark of the fourth quarter.

“We cut the lead to three, but just ran out of gas in the end,” DuChesne said.

Daes Kaufman led Stanwood in his last game as a Spartan with 25 points.

At Stanwood

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Snohomish-Siegel 5, Bone 3, Reinhard 7, Hammons 12, Brockman 51, Van Duine 16, Wilde 5. Stanwood-Contreras 5, Cayford 8, Monroe 2, Boehme 9, Gambill 2, Welk 15, Kaufman 25, Anderson 14, McCutchen 6. 3-point goals-Cayford 2, McCutchen 2, Boehme 1, Kaufman 1, Anderson 1, Wilde 1, Bone 1. JV score-Stanwood 65-59. Records-Snohomish 12-4 in league, 15-5 overall. Stanwood 8-8, 10-10.

Marysville-Pilchuck 74, Oak Harbor 53: Jared Stohl scored a team-high 22 points, helping Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco North victory. Marc Ferguson led all-scorers with 27 for Oak Harbor. M-P will be the North’s No. 1 seed in the 4A District 1 playoff’s and will host Kamiak in a rematch Tuesday.

At Marysville

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Oak Harbor-Waller 2, Leach 3, Ferguson 27, Hughes 5, Lopez 2, Lobbestael 2, Heidt 6, Hunter 6. Marysville-Pilchuck-Peterson 2, Stohl 22, Taitingfong 16, Lanphere 3, Gallaher 7, Lozeau 17, Lovell 3, Moses 4. 3-point goals-Stohl 3, Taitingfong 2, Leach 1, Hughes 1, Lanphere 1. JV score-M-P 53, OH 48. Records-Oak Harbor 0-16 in league, 0-20 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 12-4, 13-7.

Arlington 57, Monroe 46: Stephen Devery and Adam Petereit each scored 16 points to push Arlington past Monroe in the Wesco North game. Tyler Marley led the Bearcats with 13.

At Monroe

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Arlington-Gunter 7, Griffiths 5, Thompson 5, Petereit 16, Devery 16, Gray 8. Monroe-Marley 13, Z. Brown 5, Erickson 8, Sligh 2, Waltman 5, V. Brown 9, Urness 4. 3-point goals-Petereit 2, Gray 1, Devery 4, Marley 2. JV-Arlington def. Monroe. Records-Arlington 6-10 in league, 8-12 overall. Monroe 5-11, 8-12.

Shorewood 62, Jackson 61: Rob Diederichs scored the game-winning basket with just 3 seconds remaining and totaled 30 points on the night as Shorewood squeezed past Jackson in the Wesco South game. Jackson took a one-point lead with 45 seconds remaining on a pair of free throws from Drew Eisinger (26 points). But the junior guard missed the front end of a one-and-one the next trip down the court, setting up Diederichs’ game-winner.

At Mill Creek

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Shorewood-Burns 2, R. Diederichs 30, T. Diederichs 8, Hartman 18, Perry 2, Wood 2. Jackson-Simshauser 2, Santoro 7, Rucker 4, Sohn 12, J. Eisinger 8, D. Eisinger 26, Wilson 2. 3-point goals-Hartman 4, R. Diederichs 2, J. Eisinger 2, D. Eisinger 4, Sohn 2. JV score-Jackson 73, Shorewood 45. Records-Shorewood 15-3 in league, 17-3 overall. Jackson 6-12, 6-14.

Meadowdale 56, Kamiak 51 : Jake Linton scored 22 points to help lead Meadowdale to a Wesco South victory. Kamiak’s Sean Hermes led all scorers with 24. In the first round of the District 1 playoffs, Meadowdale will face Snohomish and Kamiak plays Marysville-Pilchuck. Both games are Tuesday night.

At Lynnwood

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Kamiak-B. Iddins 17, Hermes 24, M. Iddins 3, Dawson 2, Johnson 3, Marere 2. Meadowdale-Huffman 8, McGinnis 9, Linton 22, Marsh 3, Atcho 5, Larson 2, Hagen 7. 3-point goals-Linton 2, Marsh 1, B. Iddins 3, Hermes 1, M. Iddins 1 JV score-Kamiak 57, Meadowdale 53 (OT). Records-Kamiak 12-6 in league, 14-6 overall. Meadowdale 14-4, 16-4.

Mountlake Terrace 66, Mariner 40 Mike Boxley had a double-double adding 10 rebounds to his 15 points in Mountlake Terrace’s Wesco South win. Adrian Blake and Christian Hammond combined for nine assists for the Hawks.

At Mountlake Terrace

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Mariner-Cramer 2, Chahan 4, Smith 2, Grant 1, Butsch 11, Craddock 15, Fullmer 2, Weable 3. Mountlake Terrace-Berlin 1, C. Hammond 11, Balch 4, L. Hammond 5, Blake 13, Boxley 15, Gill 2, L. Swanson 13, Griffin 2. 3-point goals-C. Hammond 1, L. Hammond 1, Blake 3, Boxley 1, Butsch 1, Craddock 1, Weable 1. JV score-Mariner 51, Mountlake Terrace 50 Records-Mariner 9-9 in league, 11-9 overall. Mountlake Terrace 16-2, 17-4.

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