Linton leads Meadowdale to Wesco South win

MILL CREEK – Senior point guard Jake Linton led Meadowdale past Jackson 62-47 Tuesday in a Western Conference South boys basketball game.

Linton led all scorers with 17 points, nine of those coming off 3-point field goals.

“Linton hit some key 3’s in this one, he seems to have a knack for hitting big shots,” Jackson coach Steve Johnson said.

Drew Eisinger led Jackson with 15 points, teammate and brother Jaime Eisinger had 12 points for the Timberwolves.

In the third quarter, Jackson fell behind by seven points and could not over come the deficit.

“When you get behind a team like Meadowdale, they are tough to chase,” Johnson said.

At Mill Creek

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Meadowdale-Huffman 7, McGinnis 9, Linton 17, Marsh 3, Atcho 13, Hagen 13. Jackson-Simshauser 5, Santoro 2, Musgrave 7, Sohn 4, J. Eisinger 12, D. Eisinger 15, Wilson 2,. 3-point goals-Simshauser 1, J. Eisinger 1, D. Eisinger 2, McGinnis 1, Musgrave 1. JV score-Meadowdale 60, Jackson 40. Records-Meadowdale 2-1 league, 3-1 overall. Jackson 1-2, 2-2.

Mountlake Terrace 67, Shorecrest 43: Michael Boxley scored 18 points and grabbed 18 rebounds as Mountlake Terrace defeated Shorecrest in a Wesco South contest. Jon Moe paced Shorecrest with 18 points.

At Shoreline

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Mountlake Terrace-Berlin 2, J. Balch 3, L. Hammond 11, Blake 8, Boxley 18, Mundt 10, L. Swanson 15. Shorecrest-Bordner 6, Franklin 5, Bible 7, Moe 18, Lewis 3, Lindsey 4. 3-point goals-L. Hammond 3, Blake 2, Bordner 2, Bible 1, Moe 3, Lewis 1. JV-Mountlake Terrace def. Shorecrest. Records-Mountlake Terrace 2-1 in league, 2-2 overall. Shorecrest 0-3, 0-4.

Shorewood 62, Lynnwood 40: Shorewood dominated the Wesco South contest from the start to remain undefeated. The Thunderbirds’ Rob Diederichs scored 20 of his 29 points in the first half to set the tone.

At Lynnwood

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Shorewood-Allen 8, R. Diederichs 29, T. Diederichs 6, Hartman 2, King 1, Kittenger 2, Perry 5, Reddie 2, Tracey 4, Wood 3. Lynnwood-Carrero 5, Hill 4, Downs, J. Rudd 5, N. Rudd 9, Cline 3, Kinney 4, Dill 2, Grubb 4, Baldwin 4. 3-point goals-R. Diederichs 2, Wood 1, Perry 1, Hill 1, J. Rudd 1, Kline 1. JV score-Lynnwood 51, Shorewood 34. Records-Shorewood 3-0 in league, 4-0 overall. Lynnwood 1-2, 1-3.

Kamiak 61, Edmonds-Woodway 47: Kamiak built a 10-point lead in the first half of the Wesco South contest. E-W’s Mackenzie Thoms led all scorers with 22 points, including two 3-point goals. Rahiti Marere scored 20 points to lead Kamiak.

At Edmonds

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Kamiak-B. Iddins 5, Hermes 14, Stewart 3, M. Iddins 7, Dawson 2, Johnson 10, Hall 2, Tarver 2, Marere 20. Edmonds-Woodway-Baeder 12, Thoms 21, Conti 3, Moss 7, 3-point goals-Baeder 2, Thoms 2, Tucker 1, B. Iddins 1, Stewart 1, M. Iddins 1. Records-Kamiak 2-1 in league, 3-1 overall. E-W 1-2, 1-3.

Mariner 53, Everett 46: Aaron Cartwright scored 13 of his 21 points and made seven of eight free throws in the fourth quarter to lead Mariner to the Wesco South win.

At Everett

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Mariner-Cramer 8, Cartwright 21, Davis 4, Fry 7, Grant 4, Craddock 9. Everett-Gans 2, Luu 7, Lampi 3, Levin 11, Wertheimer 3, Stanovsky 4, Kincaid 8, Overton 8. 3-point goals-Cramer 1, Fry 1, Luu 2, Lampi 1, Levin 3 JV score-Mariner 48, Everett 35. Records-Mariner 2-1 in league, 3-1 overall. Everett 1-2, 2-2.

Arlington 51, Stanwood 49 (OT): With five seconds to go in overtime of the Wesco North contest, Arlington’s Brett Smith sank a lay-in and Stanwood’s Daes Kauffman’s desperation half-court shot at the buzzer hit the rim but bounced off. Stanwood held a 13-point lead going into the fourth quarter, but committed 16 turnovers in the second half to allow Arlington back into the game.

At Stanwood

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Arlington-Gunter 8, Struiksma 4, Griffiths 3, Smith 10, Thompson 6, Petereit 6, Devery 12, Swesey 2. Stanwood-Cayford 5, Boehme 5, Fure 3, Welk 7, Kaufman 27, McCutchen 2. 3-point goals-Kaufman 3, Griffiths 1, Smith 1, Petereit 1, Devery 1, Cayford 1. Records-Arlington 1-1 in league, 2-2 overall. Stanwood 1-2, 1-4.

Monroe 71, Marysville-Pilchuck 64: Evan Churlin was the game-high scorer, pouring in 19 points in the Wesco North win for the Bearcats. Duane Lanphere had 18 points for Marysville-Pilchuck.

At Marysville

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Monroe-Churlin 19, Marley 17, Erickson 6, Santjer 17, Hamik 2, Brown 4, Urness 6. Marysville-Pilchuck-Stohl 4, Bailey 10, Taitingfong 9, Lanphere 18, Gallaher 9, Lozeau 10, Lovell 4. 3-point goals-Churlin 5, Marley 2, Santjer 3, Lanphere 2. JV Monroe won. Records-Monroe 2-1 league, 2-1 overall. M-P 1-2, 2-4.

Snohomish 59, Oak Harbor 31: Senior Jon Brockman was the game-high scorer, piling up 21 points for the Panthers in the Wesco North victory. Oak Harbor’s Will Lopez had nine points to lead the Wildcats.

At Snohomish

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Oak Harbor-Waller 2, Leach 5, Ferguson 6, Lopez 9, Lobbestael 6, Heidt 2, Hunter 1. Snohomish-Kelly 2, Siegel 5, Bone 5, Reinhard 4, Hammons 6, Brockman 21, Jensen 3, Van Duine 6, Noyce 3, Wild 4. 3-point goals-Leach 1, Lopez 1, Bone 1, Hammons 2. JV score-Snohomish 55, Oak Harbor 26. Records-Oak Harbor 0-2 league, 0-5 overall. Snohomish 2-1, 3-2.

Mount Vernon 73, Lake Stevens 48: Jake Moore scored 17 points and Kyle Kendrick added 16, 12 off 3-pointers, as Mount Vernon defeated Lake Stevens in the Wesco North game.

At Lake Stevens

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Mount Vernon-Burns 11, Moore 17, Jackson 9, Squires 3, Kendrick 16, Knight 5, Boon 6, Juarez 6. Lake Stevens-Roe 11, Kinney 3, Aker 2, Lasher 4, Schreiber 10, Rojas 4, Tennant 6, Smith 8. 3-point goals-Kendrick 4, Squires 1, Moore 1, Jackson 1, Burns 1, Roe 3, Kinney 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 55, Mount Vernon 42. Records-Mt. Vernon 3-0 in league, 4-0 overall. Lake Stevens 1-2, 1-4.

Friday Harbor 53, Darrington 40: John Hamilton led Friday Harbor to the Northwest A/B win with a game-high 16 points.

At Darrington

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Friday Harbor-Hart 4, Guard 4, Stoddard 10, Roe 3, Gerhardstein 10, Hamilton 16, Roberts 6. Darrington-McMillen 10, Vincent 5, Reece 5, Rosselli 6, Gladsjo 4, Werst 10. 3-point goals-Vincent 1, Reece 1. JV score-Friday Harbor def. Darrington. Records-Friday Harbor 2-0 in league, 5-0 overall. Darrington 1-2, 3-3.

Shoreline Christian 61, Coupeville 40: Geoff Jacobs (20 points, five rebounds, five assists) and Grant Brandal (17 points, 12 rebounds) led Shoreline Christian to victory in the Northwest 1A/B contest. SC’s Jacob Groen contributed 10 points, including two 3-point goals and five assists.

At Shoreline

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Coupeville-Marti 9, Bagby 20, Kelley 2, Mouw 9. Shoreline Christian-Bekker 2, Hauptli 1, Jacobs 20, Brandal 17, DeYager 7, Dodd 2, Groen 10, Wahlman 2. 3-point goals-Bagby 3, Jacobs 1, Groen 2. JV score-Coupeville 42, Shoreline Chr 30. Records-Coupeville 1-2 in league, 3-4 overall. Shoreline Chr. 2-1, 4-1.

Tulalip Heritage 59, Snohomish County Christian 49: Toby Miller scored 14 points, 12 coming on four 3-pointers as Tulalip Heritage remained unbeaten in Northwest B League play.

At Marysville

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Snohomish County Christian-Adams 14, Cathey 5, Grossenbacher 5, Johnson 11, Rheaume 14. Tulalip Heritage-Miller 14, McKinney 10, Hatch 12, Iukes 14, Fryberg 9. 3-point goals-Miller 4, McKinney 2, Fryberg 1, Grossenbacher 1, Cathey 1, Adams 3. Records-Sno. Cty. Chr. 1-1 in league, 1-2 overall. Tulalip Heritage 2-0, 4-1.

Grace Academy 70, Master’s Touch 41: Josh Short scored 25 points and Grace Academy used a 24-7 second quarter to break open the Northwest B League game. Kyle Olin scored 22 points for Master’s Touch.

At Marysville

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Master’s Touch-Woodward 7, Smalley 4, Olin 22, Graber 1, Enge 7. Grace Academy-Knudson 5, LeFors 11, Lugg, A. Matias 2, Munneke 2, Phifer 8, Ronk 6, Short 25, Walton 11. 3-point goals-Ronk 2, LeFors 1, Short 2, Walton 1, Knudson 1, Woodward 1, Smalley 1, Olin 2. Records-Master’s Touch 0-2 in league, 1-3 overall. Grace Academy 2-0, 5-1.

Girls basketball

Juanita 53, Cedarcrest 34: Juanita handed Cedarcrest its first loss of the season in a non-conference game. Karen Lawton scored nine points to lead Cedarcrest.

At Kirkland

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Cedarcrest-Bus 2, Westermann 6, Hammontree 4, Coltom 3, Lawton 9, McKenney 3, Oviatt 5, McKinlay 2. Juanita-Park 10, Farrel 4, Anderson 1, Howisey 20, Jacobson 6, Uebellecker 10, Croteau 2. 3-point goals-Westermann 1, Coltom 1, Howisey 4, Uebellecker 2. JV score-Cedarcrest 45, Juanita 37. Records-Cedarcrest 4-1 overall. Juanita not reported.

Sultan 56, North Mason 51: Molly Sumpter scored 19 points, shooting 15-for-18 from the free throw stripe, as Sultan outlasted North Mason in a non-conference game. Kippy Powers added 14 points for the Turks.

At Sultan

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N. Mason-Huson 16, Nenhaut 16, Farley 13, Hovee 4, Need 2. Sultan-C. Powers 5, K. Powers 14, Burnside 10, McKenna 4, Beckers 4, Sumpter 19. 3-point goals-Farley 3, K. Powers 1, Burnside 1. JV score-Sultan 41, North Mason 33. Records-N. Mason 0-5 overall. Sultan 2-2.

Archbishop Murphy 53, Mt. Baker 46: Lisa Coate scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Archbishop Murphy in the non-conference game. Coate shot 12-for-18 from the floor and finished with four blocked shots. Teammate Krista Eknes scored 15 points, knocking down three 3-pointers.

At Everett

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Mt. Baker-Millman 10, Kaier 10, Tyler 7, Van Brocklin 8, Yost 5, Phillips 4, Monaghan 2. Archbishop Murphy-Eknes 15, Coate 25, Reinig 6, Westlund 5, A. Zitnik 2. 3-point goals-Eknes 3, Millman 1. JV score-Mt Baker 44, Murphy 26. Records-Mt. Baker 1-3 overall. Murphy 5-0.

Foster 38, Granite Falls 36: Valencia Doty hit one of her two 3-point goals with five minutes left in regulation to spark Foster to victory in the non-league game. Granite Falls’ Michaela Dudder contributed 10 rebounds and four steals in addition to her 12 points and Terra Bauer had seven rebounds in addition to her nine points in the losing effort.

At Seattle

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Granite Falls-Sannon 3, Alexander 2, Dudder 12, Bauer 9, Hanby 1, Haug 1, Hardy 8. Foster-Horton 11, Phelps 2, McCanty 2, Doty 14, Solomon 3, Daniels 6. 3-point goals-Doty 2, Solomon 1. JV score-Granite Falls 56, Foster 18. Records-Granite Falls 3-3 overall. Foster unreported.

Concrete 61, Orcas Island 45: Kassy Taylor scored 19 points to lead Concrete to the Northwest A/B win.

At Eastsound

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Concrete-Taylor 19, Lewis 18, Dalesky 8, Swanson 7, Thamas 5, Schoolland 4. Orcas Island-Holtman 5, Sare 9, C. Peacock 12, Tellefsen 4, Taylor 12, Curtis 3. 3-point goals-Lewis 1, Taylor 3, Thomas 1, Sare 1. JV score-Concrete 54, Orcas Island 50. Records-Concrete 1-2 in league, 2-2 overall. Orcas Island 1-1, 3-1.

Darrington 49, Friday Harbor 31: Eliza Schillhammer scored 11 of her 19 points in the second half and Darrington broke open the Northwest A/B game with a 33-point second half.

At Darrington

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Friday Harbor-Radden-Wold 4, Anderson 2, Chevalier 2, Vynne 5, Kelsey 6, Judkins 12. Darrington-Bryson 13, Nations 2, Turner 3, Harris 7, Schillhammer 19, Fromong 5. 3-point goals-Schillhammer 2. JV-Friday Harbor def. Darrington. Records-Friday Harbor 1-1 in league, 2-2 overall. Darrington 2-1, 3-2.

Coupeville 37, Shoreline Christian 35: Senior Lexie Black led the Wolves with 12 points in the Northwest A/B League game. Brittany Van Hal had a double-double, scoring 12 points and pulling down 10 rebounds for the Crusaders.

At Shoreline

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Coupeville-Mouw 6, Clark 2, Lamb 4, Davis 4, L. Black 12, B. Black 9. Shoreline Christian-Barrick 3, Fertello 3, Hodges 3, De Koekkoek 7, Van Hal 12, Woods 7. 3-point goals-B. Black 1, Woods 1. JV score-Shoreline Christian 39, Coupeville 32. Records-Coupeville 3-0 league, 3-3 overall. Shoreline Chr. 2-1, 4-1.

Master’s Touch 41, Grace Academy 30: Tia Breekveldt scored 11 points and eight rebounds and Tylah Santeford grabbed 18 rebounds and five blocked shots to go with her 10 points to lead Master’s Touch to the Northwest B League win.

At Marysville

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Master’s Touch-Harkins 3, Santeford 10, Hammer 7, Putnam 2, Mattson 6, Bardwell 2, Breekveldt 11. Grace Academy-Martin 2, Weinberg 9, Blessin 5, Wargo 1, Cline 6, Harris 2, Retherford 2, Glover 3. 3-point goals-none. Records-Master’s Touch 1-1 in league, 1-3 overall. Grace Academy 0-2, 0-6.

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