Lynnwood works overtime to keep playoff hopes alive

LYNNWOOD – It took a little a little extra time, but the Lynnwood Royals’ postseason hopes are still alive.

Lynnwood downed Shorecrest 49-48 in overtime in a Wesco South game at Lynnwood High School Tuesday night.

The Royals win, coupled with Arlington’s loss to Marysville-Pilchuck, creates a potential tie for the final 3A District 1 playoff berth.

Lynnwood finished its regular season at 3-13 in league, 4-16 overall and its fate will be determined on Thursday when Arlington (3-12, 3-16) plays host to Cascade (3-12, 5-14).

If Cascade wins it will force a tiebreaker game between Arlington and Lynnwood.

The Royals defeated Arlington 53-43 on Dec. 5.

Lynnwood’s Chris Gordon took a charge with one second remaining, negating a Shorecrest bucket that would’ve given the Scots a 50-49 lead. Spencer Hunsinger’s 3-pointer with 30 seconds remaining in regulation forced the extra period, tying the score at 42-42.

Andrew Beatty led the Royals with 14 points.

Yev Zuyev led the Scots with 15.

At Lynnwood H.S.

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Shorecrest-Zuyev 15, Batt 4, Kanuch 12, Golike 12, Bermudez 5. Lynnwood-Beatty 14, Stone 2, Milne 4, Oasay 9, Hunsinger 12, Gordon 8. 3-point goals-Zuyev 3, Kanuch 1, Bermudez 1, Beatty 1, Oasay 3, Hunsinger 4. JV score-Lynnwood 47, Shorecrest 44 OT. Records-Shorecrest 4-11 in league, 7-12 overall. Lynnwood 3-13, 4-16.

Mountlake Terrace 85, Mariner 56: At Mountlake Terrace, John Allen scored 31 points and hit seven 3-pointers and Mountlake Terrace shot a remarkable 32-for-49 from the field in defeating Mariner in the Wesco South game. It was the most points the Marauders had given up all season. Mariner had entered the game giving up 42.1 points per contest. Jerrel Grant led Mariner with 15 points.

At M. Terrace H.S.

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Mariner-J. Dillon 5, Williams 4, Cordiero 8, Chhan 2, T. Dillon 10, Grant 15, Malysheff 6, Purnell 6. Mountlake Terrace-Berlin 4, Allen 31, Beeninga 4, Bouche 4, Kunduklija 2, Wiley 13, Strieby 14, Theis 4, Stracener 9. 3-point goals-J. Dillon 1, Cordiero 1, T. Dillon 2, Strieby 1, Allen 7. JV score-Mountlake Terrace def. Mariner. Records-Mariner 10-5 in league, 11-7 overall. M. Terrace 6-9, 7-12.

Kamiak 48, Meadowdale 38: At Mukilteo, Ryan Bullock and Blake Engelbert combined for 25 points and 14 rebounds to lead Kamiak to the Wesco South victory. Nero Threet had 10 points to pace the Mavericks.

At Kamiak H.S.

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Meadowdale-O’Neill 6, Clampitt 1, Moncrief 6, Njoku 4, Gorman 5, Threet 10, Johnson 2, Law 2, Matteson 2. Kamiak-Iddins 3, Bullock 13, Stormo 9, Swarthout 8, Engelbert 12, Tarver 3. 3-point goals-Tarver 1, Swarthout 2, Bullock 1. JV score-Meadowdale 56, Kamiak 52. Records-Meadowdale 10-5 in league, 13-6 overall. Kamiak 9-6, 10-9.

Jackson 59, Shorewood 44: At Shoreline, Dan Wishko and Jamie Eisinger scored 16 points apiece and Jackson used an 18-point fourth quarter to close out Shorewood in the Wesco South game. Taylor Hartman led the Thunderbirds with nine points.

At Shorewood H.S.

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Jackson-Ozuna 4, Bray 1, Reimer 14, Eisinger 16, Belair 2, Todd 4, Wishko 16, Gootee 2. Shorewood-Lee 7, Sanchez 7, LeCount 7, Hartman 9, Danner 7, Mitchell 7. 3-point goals-Reimer 4, Eisinger 1, Lee 2, Mitchell 1, LeCount 1, Sanchez 1, Danner 1. JV score-Jackson def. Shorewood. Records-Jackson 12-3 in league, 14-5 overall. Shorewood 2-13, 2-17.

Marysville-Pilchuck 73, Arlington 56: At Marysville, Jared Stohl had 27 points and six assists and Nathan Lozeau added 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco North victory. Cole Carpenter went 8-for-8 from the free-throw line and finished with 14 points to lead Arlington.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

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Arlington-Hawkins 7, Bourasaw 8, Martin 2, Disotell 7, Scarth 6, Carpenter 14, Busby 12. Marysville-Pilchuck-Holm 14, Stohl 27, Holthenrichs 9, Stell 2, Stevens 4, Lozeau 17. 3-point goals-Busby 1, Hawkins 1, Holm 2, Stohl 4, Holthenrichs 1. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 66, Arlington 58. Records-Arlington 3-12 in league, 3-16 overall. M-P 12-3, 16-3.

Monroe 48, Oak Harbor 45: At Monroe, Stephen Waltman had a double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds and his brother Jason added nine points and 11 rebounds to lead Monroe to the Wesco North win. Dallas Heidt had 10 of his team-high 12 points in the fourth quarter to keep the Wildcats close.

At Monroe H.S.

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Oak Harbor-Koorn 4, Leach 11, Rumble 10, Heidt 12, Lobbestael 7, Bell 1. Monroe-Wright 5, Cornelius 3, Pearl 8, J. Waltman 9, MacIntyre 9, S. Waltman 14. 3-point goals-Leach 1, Heidt 1, Lobbestael 1, J. Waltman 1, S. Waltman 1. JV score-Monroe def. Oak Harbor. Records-Oak Harbor 6-9 in league, 8-11 overall. Monroe 3-12, 5-14.

King’s 59, South Whidbey 30: At Shoreline, Biniam Tadele scored 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead King’s to the Cascade Conference victory.

At King’s H.S.

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South Whidbey-Anderson 5, Asay 2, Barnett 7, Blakey 2, Stallman 5, Woch 2, C. Carey 3. King’s-Clark 6, Callaway 1, George 3, Ayers 5, Bowlin 4, Wright 3, Uhrich 2, Tadele 13, O’Neil 12, Enquist 4, Hardy 6. 3-point goals-Anderson 1, Stallman 1, Clarke 1, Hardy 1, George 1, Wright 1. JV score-King’s 62, South Whidbey 55. Records-S. Whidbey 4-7 in league, 6-10 overall. King’s 11-0, 15-1.

Coupeville 51, Archbishop Murphy 48: At Coupeville, Brian Miller and James Smith scored 10 points each to lead Coupeville to the Cascade Conference victory. Nick Anderson had 12 points to pace the Wildcats.

At Coupeville H.S.

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Archbishop Murphy-Anderson 12, Clancy 5, Ackerman 6, Bourke 4, Hunter 9, Quinlan 2, Wright 8. Coupeville-Larson 6, Evans 9, Smith 10, Tucker 5, O’Keefe 8, Farmer 3, Miller 10. 3-point goals-Wright 2, Ackerman 1, Hunter 2, Evans 1, Tucker 1, O’Keefe 1. JV score-Archbishop Murphy def. Coupeville. Records-A. Murphy 5-6 in league, 7-11 overall. Coupeville 2-11, 6-14.

Cedarcrest 81, Sultan 76: At Sultan, Alex Fromm had 21 points, Louie LaBate had 19 and Matt Coltom had 17 to lead Cedarcrest to the Cascade Conference victory. RJ Perkins had a game-high 24 points and Jordan Nicholes added 21 to pace Sultan.

At Sultan H.S.

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Cedarcrest-Leland 7, LaBate 19, Gall 2, Hammontree 6, Coltom 17, Padron 2, Cook 7, Fromm 21. Sultan-Johnson 3, Je. Nicholes 16, Ruddock 1, Perkins 24, Lemmon 1, Champeaux 10, Jo. Nicholes 21. 3-point goals-Leland 1, LaBate 3, Coltom 1, Je. Nicholes 2, Perkins 3, Champeaux 2. JV score-Sultan def. Cedarcrest. Records-Cedarcrest 2-8 in league, 3-12 overall. Sultan 6-5, 8-7.

Friday Harbor 44, Darrington 37: At Friday Harbor, after trailing 10-4 to start the game, Friday Harbor battled back and won the Northwest 1A/2B game thanks in part to Brock McNairy, who had a game-high 15 points for the Wolverines. Mike Parris scored 12 points to lead Darrington.

At Friday Harbor H.S.

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Darrington-Vincent 9, Parris 12, Haywood 3, Jones 5, Olsen 2, Kelley 6. Friday Harbor-Foweler 6, Aylward 4, B. McNairy 15, Andrew Scheffer 8, E. Nash 1, Ochoa 2. 3-point goals-Vincent 1, Jones 1, Foweler 1, McNairy 1. JV score-Friday Harbor 39, Darrington 38. Records-Darrington 7-4 in league, 12-7 overall. Friday Harbor 6-4, 8-7.

Tulalip Heritage 67, Grace Academy 44: At Tulalip, Tulalip Heritage secured the Northwest 1B League’s No. 1 seed to the 1B bi-district tournament and a perfect (12-0) league record on Senior Night. Playing in their final home game, seniors Toby Miller, Duane Ike and Ricky Davis combined for 15 points and 25 rebounds to boost the Hawks. Miller, a four-year letter winner also added three assists and four steals.

At Tulalip Tribal Center

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Grace Academy-Israel 9, Young 2, McAuliffe 9, Ga. Weinberg 3, Conklin 12, Gr. Weinberg 6, Yorio 3. Tulalip Heritage-Ike 6, Monsegur 17, Davis 2, Fryberg, McKinney 13, Miller 7, Wooster 7, Wasko 12. 3-point goals-Israel 3, McKinney 2, Jones 1, Wooster 1, Munsegur1 Miller 1, Ga. Weinberg 1 Records-Grace Academy 6-6 in league, 6-14 overall. Tulalip Heritage 12-0, 18-2.

Master’s Touch 57, North Sound Christian 54: At Arlington, Jon Enge scored a game-high 25 points and Craig Crawford added 17 as Master’s Touch won the Northwest 1B game. Galen Wallace scored 22 for North Sound Christian.

At Haller Middle School

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North Sound Christian-Waller 6, Doucet 4, Kochendorfer 4, Schettler 2, McNabb 4, Otis 2, Olson 8, Wallace 22. Masters Touch-Enge 25, Schreiner 1, A. Graber 4, Van Dam 9, Crawford 17. 3-point goals-Crawford 3, Wallace 5. Records-N. Sound Christian 3-9 in league, 4-15 overall. Master’s Touch 7-5, 9-8.

Skykomish JV 34, Cedar Park Christian Everett 28: At Everett, Justin Cave had 16 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and had nine steals for Cedar Park Christian-Everett in the non-league game.

At Cedar Park Chr.-Everett

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Skykomish JV-K. Wahl 6, C. Wahl 7, Lyons 4, T. Pedy 8, Byrne 2, Robinson 7. Cedar Park Christian-Everett-Fuchs 2, Cole 1, Bush 6, Cave 16, Stone 3. 3-point goals-Robinson 1, Bush 1. Record-Cedar Park Christian-Everett 1-13 overall.

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