Free throws boost Kamiak

EVERETT — Disciplined basketball was the name of the game for the Kamiak Knights Friday night at Everett High School.

Kamiak hit 20 out of 26 free throws to help take a 62-53 non-league victory over Everett.

“Kamiak played very disciplined on both the offensive and defensive side of the game,” Everett coach Aaron Nation said. “They were a little more physical than us and took advantage of what was given to them.”

Kamiak’s height and post play help provide the difference as 6-foot Justin Glenn scored 16 points, 6-4 Andrew Dremlyuga had 14, 6-1 Sam Ruppel had 11 and 6-4 Skyler Stormo added 10 to spark the Knights’ offense.

Flynn Mattson scored 10 of his game-high 20 points in the third quarter but was held to four points in the final period by the Knights defense.

“They really get after you,” Nations said of the Kamiak defense.

At Everett H.S.

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Kamiak — Brown 5, Dremlyuga 14, Este-McDonald, Ju. Glenn 16, Lachapelle, Makori, Parcells 6, Ruppel 11, Stormo 10. Everett — Brown 5, Frauenholtz, Grim Jr., Gunnerson 2, Hennings 5, Homer 10, Jones 9, Mattson 20, Murray, Nguyen 2. 3-point goals — Homer 1. Records — Kamiak 5-3 overall. Everett 3-6.

Monroe 58, Bainbridge 52: At Bellevue, Jason Waltman scored a team-high 21 points and had seven rebounds and teammate James MacIntyre scored 19 points and had eight rebounds to lead Monroe to the Bellevue Community College Tournament win.

At Bellevue Community College

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Bainbridge — Walsh 15, Davis 6, Fling 22, Eisenhardt 4, Burris 5, Powell, Bogett, Mosla. Monroe — Bunge 2, Churlin 2, Lucke 1, MacIntyre 19, Macke 8, Sonneveldt, Waltman 21, Wright 5. 3-point goals — Davis 2, Fling 1, Wright 1, Waltman 1. Records — Bainbridge 3-6 overall. Monroe 3-4.

Lake Stevens 71, Scottsdale Christian 59: At Scottsdale, Ariz., Jordan Carter scored 10 of Lake Steven’s 24 fourth-quarter points and the Vikings went 8-for-8 from the free-throw line in the final minute to defeat Scottsdale Christian at the Cactus Jam Tournament. Mitch Shoemake chipped in nine points for Lake Stevens. Bo Barnes led Scottsdale with 16 points. Lake Stevens will play Woodinville in the championship match at 2 p.m. today.

At Scottsdale Christian H.S.

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Lake Stevens — Adams 7, Carter 23, Dodge 2, Johnson, Kaska 8, Kurisu 5, Legg 6, Pilon 8, Russum, Shoemake 9, Stickney 3. Scottsdale Christian — Barnes 16, Cipplitto 6, Friend 14, McCutcheln 3, Tolley, M. Johnson 8, H. Johnson 12. 3-point goals — Carter, Pilon 2, Shoemake, Barnes 2, Cipplitto 2, Friend 4. Records — L. Stevens 6-1 overall. Scottsdale Christian not recorded.

Bellevue Christian 83, Jackson 71: At Bothell, Brett Kingma scored a game-high 33 points to lead Jackson in the Comcast Christmas Classic contest.

At Bothell H.S.

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Jackson — Gay, Gootee 11, Kellogg 2, Kingma 33, Koch 10, Oh 3, Sullivan 2, Todd 3, Wishko 7. BC — Aly 6, Baranowski 25, Downs 10, Taylor 12, Bonhett 26, Rerucha 4, Iseman, Pressey, Kats. 3-point goals — Kingma 3, Gootee 1, Wishk0 1, Aly 2, Baranowski 2, Downs 1, Taylor 2. Records — BC 9-1 overall. Jackson 3-4.

Squalicum 63, Marysville-Pilchuck 58: At Marysville, Squalicum rebounded two of its own missed free throws in the last 30 seconds, forcing M-P, which trailed by two points, to foul and enabling the Storm to pull away to the non-league win.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

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Squalicum — Dickerson 11, K. Stackhouse 11, Boeur 11, Wayerski 2, N. Stackson 22. Greene 2, Wallace 4, Sanford. Marysville-Pilchuck — Forsythe 8, Greene 5, Kelly 10, Lanphere 8, Lovell, Scheller 5, Stevens 20, Thomason 2. 3-point goals — Kelly 1, Stevens 1, Scheller 1, Dickerson 3, K. Stackhouse 1, N. Stackhouse 1. Records — Squalicum not reported. M-P 5-4 overall.

Mountain View 66, Mountlake Terrace 45: At Mountlake Terrace, Mountain View outscored Mountlake Terrace 17-5 in the last six minutes to expand its lead and win the non-conference game in the Edmonds District Tournament. Tarik Kunduklija led the Hawks with 16 points. Mountlake Terrace plays Bethel at 5 p.m. today.

At M. Terrace H.S.

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M. View — Vance 17, Raivio 13, Swink 8, Dunn 10, Swanson 2, Mitchell 2, Carothers 10, Garmie 2, A. White 2, Chapman, M. White. Mountlake Terrace — Beeninga, Bouche 3, Clingan 7, Correa, Kunduklija 16, Robinson 6, Sells 2, Stracener 4, Strieby 7. 3-point goals — Bouche 1, Clingan 1, Vance 3, Raivio 2. Records — M. View not reported. M. Terrace 2-5 overall.

Lynnwood 52, Kelso 50: At Kelso, Simi Fajimisin tipped in the ball at the buzzer to give Lynnwood a non-conference victory. He scored 14 points while teammate Aaron Matzen added 12. Garrett Degraff led Kelso with 13 points.

At Kelso H.S.

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Lynnwood — Beatty 2, DeGraw, Fajemisin 14, Hill 11, Hunsinger 6, Matzen 12, Meinken 5, Milne 2. Kelso — Teeters, N. Downs 10, S. Downs 8, May 2, Pegg 2, Davis 4, Degraff 13, Kelly 11. 3-point goals — N. Downs 1, S. Downs 2, Hill 2, Hunsinger 2, Matzen 1. Records — Lynnwood 4-4 overall. Kelso not reported.

Juanita 51, Snohomish 49: At Kirkland, Brad Low had a game-high 19 points for the Panthers in the non-league game.

At Juanita H.S.

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Snohomish — Cummins, Jeffries 10, Johnson 5, Klop 5, Leahy, Low 19, McGee, McGinnis, Pecha, Wilde 10. Juanita — Montgomery 8, Zachery 7, Call 17 Andrews 10, Pillard 3, Davis 2, Cupahin 4. 3-point goals — Low 2, Call 2, Montgomery 1, Wilde. Records — Snohomish 6-2 overall. Juanita 3-5.

Meadowdale 53, Blanchet 49 OT: At Seattle, Matt Gorman scored 16 points to lead Meadowdale to the non-league victory.

At Blanchet H.S.

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Meadowdale — Beeson 2, Clampitt 10, Gorman 16, Hamlett 2, Matteson 2, Nelson, O’Neill 14, P. Werner 7, S. Werner. Blanchet — Matous 17, Reinhart 17, Koler 8, Heinrich 4, Maguire 3. Records — Meadowdale 7-1 overall. Blanchet 2-8.

King’s 55, Gig Harbor 52: At San Diego, King’s Karl Clocksin made a free throw with 17 seconds to play to break a 52-all tie and teammate Bryan Ayers collected a loose ball and converted it into a lay-in at the buzzer as King’s pulled out a non-league win in the Surf-n-Slam Tournament. Gig Harbor’s Jeff McIntosh led all scorers with 26 points and made two 3-pointers in the last three minutes to wipe out a six-point King’s lead.

At University City H.S.

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Gig Harbor — Seferian-Jenkins 2, Paptuleas 4, Steingraber 2, McIntosh 26, Ward 12, Urban 6, Hodges, Bigelow. King’s — Ayers 6, Clocksin 9, Farid, Fuhlendorf 20, Hardy 2, Mar 6, McDonald, O’Neil 10, Talbot 2. 3-point goals — Fuhlendorf 2, McIntosh 5. Records — Gig Harbor not reported. King’s 4-3 overall.

Lakewood 67, Darrington 65: At Lakewood, Lakewood’s Blair Diamond hit the game-winning layin with three seconds remaining to lead the Cougars to the non-league victory.

At Lakewood H.S.

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Darrington — O’Dell 4, Green 12, Parris 24, Schillhammer 3, Jones 12, Monteith 10, Olsen. Lakewood — Ordonez 13, Black 8, Fry 12, Leach, Lawson, Lays, Mauer 9, Rist 3, Diamond 9, Dragich 6, Hesselman 7. 3-point goals — Green, Schillhammer, Jones, Fry 3. Records — Darrington 7-2 overall. Lakewood 2-5.

Castle Rock 64, Sultan 59 OT: At Castle Rock, Sultan missed a potential game-winning shot at the end of regulation, then fell to Castle Rock in overtime at the Castle Rock Tournament. Jordan Nicholes had 19 of his game-high 34 points for Sultan in the first half and another five in overtime. Clint Burgoyone led Castle Rock with 19 points.

At Castle Rock H.S.

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Sultan — Ruddock 5, Hoiland, Johnson 6, Cogger 4, Grossi 4, Cotterill 4, Clarke 2, Nicholes 34. Castle Rock — Murray, Tinney 2, Strain 4, Trinklein 13, Hamilton 3, Karnofski 4, Gehring 15, Morrison 4, Foster, Burgoyone 19. 3-point goals — Trinklein 3, Burgoyone 2, Nicholes 1, Ruddock 1. Records — Sultan 2-6 overall. Castle Rock not reported.

South Whidbey 51, Sequim 43: At Port Townsend, Parker Barnett led all scorers with 17 points for South Whidbey in the non-league game.

At Port Townsend H.S.

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South Whidbey — Baker 7, Barnett 17, Blakey 2, Hosmer 2, S. Stallman 10, Stallman 9, Carey 4. Sequim — not reported. 3-point goals — S. Stallman 1, Baker 1. Records — S. Whidbey 4-3 overall. Sequim not reported.

Burbank 44, Archbishop Murphy 40: At Yakima, the zone defense of Burbank held the Wildcats to only 22 percent from the field as it gained the non-league victory.

At the Yakima Sundome

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Burbank — Byrd 10, Schuck 2, Lybbert 6, Leichtufs 12, Mosgueda 2, Brown 12. Archbishop Murphy — Bourke, Clancy 3, Fleming 3, Hards, Healow 7, LaMarre, McCann, Melton 5, Quinlan 10, Sherrer 4, Wright, Felder 8, Otis-Woolman. 3-point goals — Byrd 1, Lybbert 1, Leichtufs 1. Felder 2, Healow 2, Fleming 1. Records — Burbank 5-3 overall. A. Murphy 3-3.

Cedarcrest 80, Chimacum 28: At Port Townsend, Cameron Padron scored 18 points and Jake Leland hit three 3-pointers to help Cedarcrest take a non-conference victory at the Port Townsend tournament. Cedarcrest plays Sequim at 4:30 p.m. today.

At Port Townsend H.S.

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Chimacum — Eldridge 1, Worley 9, Hanson 2, Johnson 4, Doucette 7, Evasick 2, Cray 3. Cedarcrest — Cl. Hammontree 1, Coltom 8, Cook 12, Corpus 2, Cu. Hammontree 11, Fromm 13, LaBate 3, Leland 11, McKinney, Padron 18, Mcrae 2. 3-point goals — Doucette, Cook 2, Leland 3. Records — Chimacum not reported. Cedarcrest 5-3 overall.

Granite Falls 48, Lambrick Park, B.C. 39 OT: At Granite Falls, Max Whitt hit a 3-pointer with six seconds in regulation to send the non-league game into overtime. Thomas Knudson scored six of his 18 points in the overtime period.

At G. Falls H.S.

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LP — Jones 7, Logan 15, Muir 4, Darnell 5, Kang 6, Hall 2. Granite Falls — Beard 12, Hillery 5, Knudson 18, Ogren 4, Walcker, Walker, Whitt 9. 3-point goals — Jones, Logan, Darnell, Knudson 2, Whitt. Records — LP not reported. G. Falls 3-4 overall.

Shoreline Christian 63, Northwest School 38: At Shoreline, Kevin Taniguchi scored a game-high 22 points to lead Shoreline Christian to the non-league win.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

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Northwest — Killian 13, Wakeley 9, Olmstead 5, Song 2, Shadair 9, Niccoll, Dameron, Edwards. Shoreline Christian — Brown 4, Danhof 4, Dovinh 10, Kim, R. Hudson 11, Ryder, T. Hudson, Taniguchi 22, Vermeer 12. 3-point goals — Taniguchi 3, Dovinh 1, Killian 2, Wakeley 1. Records — Northwest not reported. SC 4-6 overall.

North Sound Christian 75, Crescent 38: At Mountlake Terrace, Tanner Mahler hit five 3-pointers and scored a game-high 24 points to help North Sound Christian take a non-conference victory. Josh Hope led Crescent with nine points.

At N. Sound Christian H.S.

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Crescent — Lester, Williams 5, Helgeson, Garcia 2, Farris 7, Kilmer 3, Youngman 4, Anderson 8, Hope 9. North Sound Christian — Doucet 4, Eno 4, Kim, Mahler 24, McNabb 9, Michel, Olson 10, Schettler 6, Waller 12, Watson 6. 3-point goals — Hope 1, Mahler 5, Waller 1. Records — Crescent not reported. N. Sound 4-5 overall.

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