Knights’ bench comes through in 2 OT win

MUKILTEO – Needing an extra boost from its bench players, Kamiak’s Danny Carl stepped up and gave the Knights the energy and momentum they needed.

Carl scored all five of his points in the extra periods and took a momentum changing charge late in the game to lead the Knights to a 76-68 double overtime victory over Marysville-Pilchuck on Saturday night.

Carl, Daniel Dawson and Kyle Stewart, all seniors, stepped in for Sean Hermes, Mark Iddins and Billy Johnson, who had all fouled out, and ignited Kamiak’s 16-point second overtime.

“They really stepped up huge, they knocked down free throws, and took charges,” said Kamiak assistant coach Cory West.

The Knights and Tomahawks had battled back and forth throughout the first five periods.

Ben Iddins led the Knights with 21 points and five steals.

Jared Stohl continued his hot streak scoring 21 for the Tomahawks.

At Mukilteo

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Marysville-Pilchuck-Newman 7, Stohl 21, Bailey 5, Taitingfong 18, Gallagher 11, Lozeau 2, Lovell 4. Kamiak-B. Iddins 21, Hermes 17, Stewart 4, Headley, M. Iddins 13, Carl 5, Dawson 2, Johnson 10, Marere 4. 3-point goals-Newman 1, Stohl 4, B. Iddins 2, Stewart 1, M. Iddins 2. JV score-Kamiak def. Marysville-Pilchuck. Records-M-P 1-2 overall. Kamiak 1-0.

Meadowdale 63, Lake Stevens 43: Jordan McGinnis scored 10 of his 15 points in the second quarter and Meadowdale defeated Lake Stevens in the Mavericks season opener. Jake Linton added 13 points for the Mavericks. Kurt Schreiber scored 13 for the Vikings.

At Lynnwood

Lake Stevens914146-43

Meadowdale18181611-63

Lake Stevens-Roe 9, Merrill 2, Aker 6, Schreiber 13, Lian 1, Rojas 1, Tennant 4, Smith 7. Meadowdale-Bahia 1, Huffman 10, McGinnis 15, Linton 13, Atcho 7, Reece 7, Hagen 10. 3-point goals-Linton 3, Huffman 1, McGinnis 1, Aker 1, Schreiber 1, Roe 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 47, Meadowdale 45. Records-Lake Stevens 0-2 overall. Meadowdale 1-0.

Lynden 66, Stanwood 48: Down six points at the half, the Spartans battled back and closed to within two early in the third quarter before Lynden went on an 8-0 run and retook control of the non-league game.

At Stanwood

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Stanwood1414911-48

Lynden-Dallas 4, Bolt 6, Kok 10, Bomber 3, Young 9, Larson 4, Van Beek 7, Ellig 12, Wagter 11. Stanwood-Contreras 4, Cayford 16, Boehme 13, Fure 3, Welk 4, McClurken 2, Monroe 2, Lipinski 2. JV-Stanwood def. Lynden. Records-Lynden 1-0 overall. Stanwood 0-2.

Master’s Touch 61, Quilcene 59: Kyle Olin stole the ball and scored on a driving layup at the buzzer to lift Master’s Touch to the victory in a non-league game.

Olin, who scored a game-high 47 points, hit a 3-pointer with about 20 seconds to play in the fourth quarter to tie the score. He had 30 points in the second half as Master’s Touch rallied after trailing by 17 points midway through the third quarter .

”He does that once in a while, gets hot like that,” Master’s coach Scott Carlin said of Olin’s second-half scoring spree.

At Arlington

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Master’s Touch7171720-61

Quilcene-Vinsom 6, Bancroft 13, Marquart 10, R. French 9, Kenny 17, N. French 4. Master’s Touch-Woodward 2, Smalley 2, Van dam 4, Enge 6, Olin 47. 3-point goals-Olin 8, Bancroft 2, Marquart 1, Kenny 1. Records-Quilcene 2-1 overall. Master’s Touch 1-1.

Lakewood 68, Coupeville 58: Anthony Savage scored six of his 14 points in the fourth quarter and Lakewood held off Coupeville in a non-conference game. Lakewood had jumped out to a 39-25 halftime lead before Coupeville rallied to tie it in the third quarter on a couple of 3-pointers by Andrew Mouw. Lakewood’s Andrew Wiederkehr scored 23 points to lead all scorers.

At Lakewood

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Coupeville-Marti 5, Tucker 6, Duke, Bagby 20, Day 9, Fasolo, Mueller, Stietenroth, Kelley, Mouw 18, Rogers, Diamanti. Lakewood-Wiederkehr 23, Queen 7, Savage 14, Besancon 4, Regan 5, Kon 4, Conner 8, Borosov 3, Cheatle, Foster. 3-point goals-Marti 1, Tucker 2, Bagby 1, Day 2, Mouw 2, Borosov 1, Regan 1, Conner 2, Queen 1. JV score-Lakewood 50, Coupeville 29. Records-Coupeville 1-2 overall. Lakewood 2-1.

King’s West 62, Darrington 54: Kris Reece scored 18 of his 20 points from behind the 3-point arc but it wasn’t enough as King’s West held off Darrington. Adam Shildmyer scored 17 for King’s West.

At Bremerton

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King’s West17181314-62

Darrington-MacMillen 6, Wales 2, Reece 20, Jones 5, Roselli 5, Gladsjo 2, Werst 14. King’s West-Shildmyer 17, Moore 3, Lyons 3, Bright 22, Burleson 1, Reeves 16. 3-point goals-Reeves 1, Shildmyer 3, Lyons 1, Reece 6, Jones 1. JV score-Darrington 57, 45. Records-Darrington 2-1 overall. King’s West not reported.

Grace Academy 65, Northwest Yeshiva 48: Josh Short scored 21 points, Nick LaFors had 16 and Brian Ronk 12 to lead Grace Academy.

At Spokane

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Grace Academy-Ronk 12, Matias 2, LaFors 16, Short 21, Walton 3, Knudson 5, Phiefer 5, Lugg 1. Northwest Yeshiva-Cohen 21, Levine 1, Antolin 2, Azose 13, Rosen 5, Goldberg 4. 3-point goals-Cohen 3, Ronk 2, Azose 1, Short 1, Knudson 1. Records-Grace Academy 2-0 overall. Northwest Yeshiva1-1.

Girls basketball

Jackson 80, Marysville-Pilchuck 44: Sam McCracken scored 17 points and pulled down eight rebounds to lead Jackson to the non-conference win over Marysville-Pilchuck. The Timberwolves’ pressure defense led to numerous high percentage shots.

At Mill Creek

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Marysville-Pilchuck-Dunbar 12, Gribler 18, Bailey 6, Juarez 4, Degerness 4. Jackson-Todd 6, Smith 2, Kingma 19, Forbes 11, Rockenstire 4, Bruns 5, Gross 6, McClenahan 8, Addington 2, McCracken 17. 3-point goals-McClenahan 1, Dunbar 1, Bailey 2. JV score-Jackson def. Marysville-Pilchuck. Records-M-P 0-2 overall. Jackson 1-0.

Snohomish 56, Ferris 42: Snohomish forced Ferris into 28 turnovers and the Panthers cruised to their first win of the season. Tara Angell scored 20 points for the Panthers, who played their second straight game in Spokane.

At Spokane

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Snohomish-Angell 20, Moore 2, Henderson 8, Benson 13, Cassidy 4, Best 2, Rathke 6, Nicholson 1. Ferris-Shiggno 2, Norwood 5, Anderson 2, Galloway 4, Cox 25, Chambers 2, Lawless 2. 3-point goals-Angell 4, Cox 3, Norwood 1. JV score-Ferris def. Snohomish. Records-Snohomish 1-1 overall. Ferris 0-2.

Mountlake Terrace 61, Lake Stevens 59: Tatiana Heck hit a 15-foot jump shot with eight seconds remaining to give Mountlake Terrace the non-conference victory over Lake Stevens. The Vikings had battled back from a 15-point halftime deficit, taking a three-point lead with 1:45 to play. Kristina Schmacher had seven steals and nine points for the Vikings.

At Lake Stevens

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Mountlake Terrace-Henry 2, Grover 10, Mosman 15, Torrescano 1, Smith 5, Calivo 2, Russell 4, Cumbee 1, Buxton 2, Heck 19. Lake Stevens-Ochiltree 5, Tri 3, Housden 4, Kruse 10, K. Fisher 12, Schumacher 9, Mace 6, Boehme 5, C. Fisher 5. 3-point goals-Ochiltree 1, Tri 1, Grover 1, Mosman 3. JV score-Lake Stevens 61, Mountlake Terrace 41. Records-M. Terrace 1-0 overall. L. Stevens 1-2.

Snohomish County Christian 44, Seattle Lutheran 34: Tara Holgate had a triple-double, scoring 17 points, grabbing 20 rebounds and blocking 17 shots as Snohomish County Christian won the Seattle Lutheran Holiday Tournament.

At Seattle

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Snohomish County-Jackson 4, Bunger 4, Brekkaa 6, Oakland 13, Holgate 17. Seattle Lutheran-Corbin 2, Moody 2, Fulton 6, Barker 10, Imanka 9. 3-point goals-Imanka 1. Records-Snohomish County Christian 3-0 overall. Seattle Lutheran not reported.

Orcas Island 59, Seattle Academy 34: Cara and Jenole Peacock combined to score 21 points and lead Orcas Island in the non-conference game.

At Orcas Island High School

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Seattle Academy-Primomo 8, Ramseayer 8, Lester 8, Langston 5, Higgins 2, Wright 2. Orcas Island-Sare 15, J. Peacock 12, C. Peacock 9, Holtman 7, Tellessen 6, Curtis 6, Bauder 2, Taylor 2. 3-point goals-Tellesen 1. Records-Orcas Island 2-0.

Seattle Christian 51, Coupeville 39: Coupeville sisters Lexie and Brittany Black scored seven points apiece, but Seattle Christian outscored the Wolves 16-3 in the third quarter en route to the win.

At Coupeville

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Coupeville711318-39

Seattle Christian-Harney 2, Haynes 1, Ventoza 16, Hanad 2, N. Simpson 2, J. Simpson 7, Fredricksen 9, Peterson 12. Coupeville-Jenkins 3, Mouw 8, Clark, Lamb 7, Williams, Davis 6, L. Black 7, Skvarla, B. Black 7, West 1. 3-point goals-Ventoza 2, Peterson 2; Jenkins 1, B. Black 1, Mouw 2. JV score-Seattle Christian 38, Coupeville 18. Records-Seattle Christian 2-0 overall. Coupeville 0-2.

Quilcene 51, Master’s Touch 19: Erin Burlingame scored 29 points for Quilcene in the non-league game. Tia Breekveldt scored 8 points and Tylah Santeford added 7 for Master’s Touch, whose record fell to 0-2.

At Arlington

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Quilcene-Burlingame 29, Bloomfield 9, Ajax 4, Hodgson 4, Apeland 1, Starnes 2. Master’s Touch-Harkins 0, Santeford 7, Britton 0, Hammer 0, Putnam 2, Mattson 0, Bardwell 0, Breekveldt 8, Brown 2. 3-point goals-Burlingame 1. Records-Master’s Touch 0-2 overall.

Wrestling

Double Dual at Woodinville: Kamiak won both of its matches defeating Eastlake 52-18 and Woodinville 70-12. The Huss brothers – Nick (140 pounds), Paul (171) and Joe (275) – won both or their matches. Nick pinned both of his opponents and Joe pinned his Woodinville opponent and had a major decision in his match versus Eastlake. Kamiak’s Chris Munoz, wrestling at 160 pounds, pinned both of his opponents.

Sultan 47, Nooksack Valley 39, Sultan 42, Shorewood 33: Kevin Creswell pinned both of his opponents to lead Sultan to the non-conference dual-meet win over Nooksack Valley and Shorewood.

Mariner holiday tournament: Mariner 231.5, Kentlake 172, Blaine 166, Blanchet 139, Kent Meridian 120, Monroe (JV) 95.5, Lake Stevens (JV) 91, Jackson 87.5, Stadium 57: The Mariner wrestling team got off to a hot start with a win in the Mariner holiday tournament. Ten of the 14 Marauders were making their first varsity appearance. Freshmen Kyle Bush, making his varsity debut, won his match at 112 pounds. Raymond Lee, also a freshman, won at 119 for Mariner.

Juanita Rebel duals: Down 25-24 going into the final match of the night, Snohomish’s Mac Stach, wrestling at 275-pounds, pinned his opponent giving the Panthers a 30-25 victory over Juneau-Douglas of Alaska and taking first place in the Juanita Rebel duals. Tony Harness (125) and Sandy Houck (160) won all three of their matches during the tournament. Archbishop Murphy took fifth place in the tournament defeating Bellevue Christian 42-40.

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