Jackson beats Kamiak with free throws

MILL CREEK — Jackson’s top priority this season hasn’t been to draw fouls.

But if the Timberwolves have many more nights like Tuesday, that may soon change.

Jackson shot 34 attempts from the foul line, knocking down 27 of them. In a low-scoring grudge match with Kamiak, that was plenty enough to post a 58-39 victory in Wesco South boys basketball action.

“We did a nice job of getting the ball to the basket. Then we took advantage of what we got at the line,” Jackson head coach Steve Johnson said. “They fell behind, so they had to be more aggressive, and we were intelligent enough to keep attacking.”

Brett Kingma was a perfect 8-for-8 from the line for the Timberwolves and Ryan Todd finished 9-for-10. Not surprisingly, those were Jackson’s top two scorers with 14 and 11 points, respectively.

At Jackson H.S.

Kamiak85719—39

Jackson11141221—58

Kamiak — Este-McDonald 9, Houghtaling, Ju. Glenn 2, Lachapelle 2, Parcells 12, Ruppel 5, Stormo 7. Jackson — Gay 1, Gootee 9, Kellogg 2, Kingma 14, Koch 7, Sullivan 8, Todd 11, Wishko 6. 3-point goals — Este-McDonald 1, Ruppel 1, Sullivan 1. Records — Kamiak 3-3 league, 4-5 overall. Jackson 4-2, 5-5.

Mountlake Terrace 53, Meadowdale 46: At Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace took advantage of a three-point second quarter by Meadowdale to win the Wesco South game.

At Meadowdale H.S.

M. Terrace10141316—53

Meadowdale1631413—46

Mountlake Terrace — Beeninga, Bouche 4, Clingan 12, Kunduklija 10, Robinson, Sells 9, Strieby 18. Meadowdale — Beeson, Clampitt 4, Gorman 18, Hamlett 2, Matteson 3, Nelson, O’Neill 13, P. Werner 6, S. Werner. 3-point goals — P. Warner 2, Clingan 2, Sells 3. Records — M. Terrace 3-3 league, 4-6 overall. Meadowdale 4-2, 8-2.

Edmonds-Woodway 73, Shorewood 36: At Edmonds, James Conti had five steals, hit two 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 23 points to help Edmonds-Woodway take a Wesco South victory.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

Shorewood81288—36

E-W1325278—73

Shorewood — Abdillahi 5, Hartman 3, Harvey 2, Haug, Marrese, McClellan 6, Mitchell 2, Pillay 4, Sanchez 4, Wood 10. Edmonds-Woodway — Conti 23, Enquist 4, Heard, Laue 5, McCartney 10, Ortiz 6, Polovina 4, Reilly 2, Wafer 13, Wilcock 4, Wilson 2. 3-point goals —Conti 2, Laue, McCartney 2, Wafer. Records — Shorewood 1-5 league, 2-8 overall. E-W 6-1, 9-2.

Mariner 78, Lynnwood 42: At Everett, Joey Dillon hit three 3-pointers, scored 15 points and dished out five assists to help Mariner take the Wesco South victory.

At Mariner H.S.

Lynnwood8131011—42

Mariner21181524—78

Lynnwood — Alexander, Beatty 7, DeGraw, Fajemisin 4, Hill 7, Hunsinger 9, Matzen 11, Meinken 4, Milne, Wilson. Mariner — Bastys 2, Chhann 13, Doerscher 7, J. Dillon 15, Malysheff 5, McCullough, Minor 7, Purnell 16, T. Dillon 13. 3-point goals —Beatty, Hill, Hunsinger 3, Chhann, Doerscher, J. Dillon 3. Records — Lynnwood 2-5 league, 4-7 overall. Mariner 5-1, 8-1.

Lake Stevens 64, Oak Harbor 29: At Oak Harbor, Dustin Adams and Sean Stickney had 14 points and Jordan Carter added 11 as the Vikings routed the Wildcats in the Wesco north contest.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

L. Stevens9231518—64

OH102116—29

Lake Stevens — Adams 14, Carter 11, Dodge 2, Elfeghih 1, Legg 8, Pilon 4, Russum 4, Schneider 6, Stickney 14, Dodge, Kurisu. Oak Harbor — Brooks, Dudley 2, Edens 2, Haley, Haslom, B. Howard, McCardle 15, Rouser 2, Schulle, Smith 2, Stout 6, Waller. 3-point goals — McCardle 3, Stickney 1. Records — L. Stevens 5-1 league, 9-1 overall. Oak Harbor 1-4, 2-8.

Monroe 54, Arlington 40: At Arlington, James MacIntyre scored a game-high 18 points to pace Monroe to a Wesco North victory. Lucas Larson led Arlington with nine points.

At Arlington H.S.

Monroe1510623—54

Arlington414157—40

Monroe — Bunge, Lucke, MacIntyre 18, Ohlsen 7, Pearl 7, Shelford 2, Waltman 12, Wright 9. Arlington — Barber 2, Busby 7, Cooper 8, Heath 2, Larson 9, McPherson, Richardson, Scarth 12. 3-point goals —Waltman, Wright, Busby, Cooper 2, Larson. Records — Monroe 3-3 league, 6-4 overall. Arlington 1-5, 2-8.

Cascade 75, Marysville-Pilchuck 64: At Everett, Chris McGrath led all scorers with 31 points in the Wesco North game.

At Cascade H.S.

M-P10151722—64

Cascade14131929—75

Marysville-Pilchuck — Forsythe 5, Kelly 5, Lanphere 8, Lovell 9, Scheller 2, Stevens 28, Thomason 9. Cascade — Barton 11, Hancock 11, Joyce 6, King, McDaniels 6, McGrath 31, Reading 10. 3-point goals — Lanphere 1, Thomason 1. McGrath 3, Hancock 2, Barton 1. Records — M-P 3-3 league, 5-5 overall. Cascade 2-5, 2-8.

Cedarcrest 58, South Whidbey 44: At Duvall, Cedercrest’s defense held South Whidbey to 12 points in the second and third quarters of the Cascade Conference game.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

SW174815—44

Cedarcrest16131415—58

South Whidbey — Baker 15, Barnett 18, Blakey 4, Brasko 3, Carey, Hosmer, E. Stallman 4, S. Stallman. Cedarcrest — Cook 7, Corpus, Cu. Hammontree 16, Fromm 6, LaBate 8, Leland 4, Padron 17. 3-point goals — Leland 1, LeBate 2, Hammontree 1, Cook 1, Brasko 1, Baker 2. Records — SW 1-2 league, 5-4 overall. Cedarcrest 2-1, 7-3.

Coupeville 62, Sultan 56 OT: At Sultan, Coupeville dropped in two free throws with five seconds remaining in regulation to forge a tie, then pulled away in overtime to win the Cascade Conference game.

At Sultan H.S.

Coupeville186141212—62

Sultan12131966—56

Coupeville — Bagby 2, Evans 9, Hammer 2, Kim, Loesch 8, O’Keefe 24, Peters 9, Smith 4, Wacker 4, Wilcox, Williams. Sultan — Clarke 2, Cogger 2, Cotterill 6, Grossi 9, Hoiland 8, Johnson 6, LaMunyon 1, Nicholes 19, Ruddock 3. 3-point goals — Ruddock 1, Loesch 1, Evans 1, O’Keefe 1. Records — Coupeville 1-2 league, 5-4 overall. Sultan 1-2, 2-7.

King’s 78, Lakewood 42: At Marysville, Dylan O’Neil scored a game-high 16 points for King’s and the Knights outscored Lakewood 22-8 in the first quarter roll to a Cascade Conference victory.

At Lakewood H.S.

King’s22201917—78

Lakewood841713—42

King’s — Ayers 7, Brugger 2, Clocksin 5, Farid 6, Fuhlendorf 14, Hardy 9, Hoff 2, Mar 5, McDonald 10, O’Neil 16, Talbot 2. Lakewood — Black, Diamond 10, Dragich 7, Fry 5, Hesselman 5, Lawson 4, Lays, Leach, Ordonez 9, Rist, Wiersma 2. 3-point goals—Hardy 2, Fry 1. JV— King’s 50, Lakewood 35. Records — King’s 3-0 league, 5-4 overall. Lakewood 1-2, 2-6.

Archbishop Murphy 49, Granite Falls 35: At Everett, Brenden Sherrer had eight points, 13 rebounds and four blocks for Archbishop Murphy in the Cascade Conference victory.

At A. Murphy H.S.

GF317411—35

AM13101214—49

Granite Falls — Beard 10, Hillery 3, Knudson 9, Ogren 2, Walker, Whitt 11, Campbell, Hereth. Archbishop Murphy — Bourke 6, Clancy 6, Fleming 4, Hards 4, Healow, LaMarre, McCann 4, Melton 8, Quinlan 4, Sherrer 8, Smith 5, Wright. 3-point goals — Knudson 3, Whitt 2. Smith 1. Records — GF 1-2 league, 3-5 overall. A. Murphy 2-1. 4-5.

Shoreline Christian 58, Concrete 57: At Concrete, Kevin Taniguchi led the Crusaders with 25 points and seven rebounds in the Northwest 1A/2B League game.

Darrington 60, Orcas Island 40: At Darrington, a strong third quarter gave Darrington the edge against Orcas Island in the Northwest 1A/2B game.

Lopez Island 56, Highland Christian 51: At Lopez Island, Jordan Smith had a double-double with a game-high 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead Lopez Island to the Northwest 1B League victory.

Lummi 70, Tulalip Heritage 62 OT: At Bellingham, Tulalip Heritage’s James Mathias tied the score on a free throw with nine seconds remaining in the fourth quarter but Lummi outscored the Hawks in overtime to win the Northwest 1B game.

Washington 54, Grace Academy 40: At Tacoma, Zac Israel had 13 points and Grant Weinberg added 11 as the Eagles dropped the non-conference game to 2A Washington.

More in Sports

Everett’s Garrett Pilon controls the puck in the first period Sunday afternoon at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett on February 18, 2018. The Silvertips won 4-0. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)
Silvertips complete a season sweep of the Kamloops Blazers

Martin Fasko-Rudas joins the Silvertips’ top line and helps spark Everett to a 4-0 victory

Dillon puts the No. 3 car back to Victory Lane at Daytona

Dillon earns the victory for his grandfather’s team, Richard Childress Racing

Team LeBron edges Team Stephen in NBA All-Star Game

LeBron James earns MVP honors as his team scores a 148-145 victory

Pairings announced for regional basketball playoffs

Lynnwood and Stanwood girls face each other Saturday at Jackson High School

Jackson swimmer wins 2 more titles, Glacier Peak claims a pair

Snohomish County schools were well represented on the podium at the state swimming championships.

BLOG: Onyebuchi, Centazzo return with Blazers in 4-0 Everett victory

Two former Everett Silvertip fan favorites returned to Angel of the Winds… Continue reading

Girls reign: Glacier Peak, Snohomish wrestlers win titles

Glacier Peak’s Kiley Hubby, Snohomish’s Joessie Gonzales work out together, created a ‘special bond.’

Lake Stevens’ Malachi Lawrence celebrates his 182 weight championship in the 30th Annual Mat Classic Saturday night at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma on February 17, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)
Stanwood, Lake Stevens wrestlers crowned again at Mat Classic

Mason Phillips wins his third state title in a row while Malachi Lawrence goes back-to-back.

BLOG: Ormsby gets assist, Luding last laugh against former teams

Both the Everett Silvertips and Seattle Thunderbirds gained three out of a… Continue reading

Most Read