M-P wins its sixth straight Wesco North game

MONROE – Marysville-Pilchuck notched its sixth straight Wesco North win Friday, winning 76-61 on the road at Monroe.

Monroe’s Tyler Marley scored 13 of his game-high 28 points in the first quarter, but M-P outscored the Bearcats 43-29 in the second half.

Four Tomahawks scored in double digits: Nathan Lozeau (20 points), Duane Lanphere (17), Jared Stohol (15) and Keaton Taitingfong (13).

At Monroe

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Marysville-Pilchuck-Stohl 15, Taitingfong 13, Lanphere 17, Gallaher 9, Lozeau 20, Lovell 2. Monroe-Churlin 14, Marley 28, Erickson 3, Santjer 10, Sligh 1, Waltman 3, Urness 2. 3-point goals-Marley 2, Churlin 2, Stohl 3, Lanphere 1. JV-M-P defeated Monroe. Records-M-P 8-3 in league, 9-6 overall. Monroe 4-7, 6-8.

Mount Vernon 57, Lake Stevens 46: Mount Vernon used a press to create baskets off turnovers, outscoring Lake Stevens 19-10 in the pivotal third period of the Wesco North contest. Jake Moore and Justin Burns sparked Mount Vernon with 18 and 16 points, respectively. Ryan Kendrick pulled down 10 rebounds for the Bulldogs. Lake Stevens was led by Sean Tennant with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

At Mt. Vernon

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Lake Stevens-Roe 2, Kinney 3, Merrill 8, Aker 6, Lasher 6, Rojas 2, Tennant 16, Smith 3. Mount Vernon-Burns 16, Moore 18, Jackson 1, Kendrick 2, Knight 4, Boon 4, Juarez 12. 3-point goals-Juarez 1, Aker 1, Lasher 1. JV-Mount Vernon def. Lake Stevens. Records-Lake Stevens 3-8, 4-11. Mount Vernon 7-3, 10-4.

Snohomish 66, Oak Harbor 39: University of Washington-bound Jon Brockman scored a game-high 21 points to help Snohomish achieve its Wesco North win over winless Oak Harbor.

At Oak Harbor

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Snohomish-Follis 4, Siegel 3, Bone 5, Reinhard 6, Hammons 12, Brockman 21, Van Duine 1, Wilde 14. Oak Harbor-Waller 9, Leach 8, Ferguson, 7 Hughes 5, Lopez 2, Lobbestael 5, Heidt 1, Hunter 2. 3-point goals-Bone 1, Hammons 2, Leach 2, Hughes 1, Lobbestael 1. JV-Snohomish def. Oak Harbor. Records-Snohomish 7-4 in league, 10-5 overall. Oak Harbor 0-9, 0-13.

Kamiak 55, Edmonds-Woodway 44: Senior stand-out Sean Hermes was 10-for-14 from the free-throw line and scored 16 of his 20 points in the last half to help Kamiak shore up the Wesco South win. Ben Iddins was 5-for-5 from the free-throw line for the Knights.

At Mukilteo

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Edmonds-Woodway-Baeder 2 Tucker 3, Conti 12, Fenning 11, Schaefer 8, Hamlett 8. Kamiak-B. Iddins 13, Hermes 20, M. Iddins 2, Johnson 6, Marere 14. 3-point goals-B. Iddins 2, Tucker 1, Conti 3. JV-Edmonds-Woodway def. Kamiak. Records-E-W 3-10 in league, 3-12 overall. Kamiak 8-4, 10-4.

Shorewood 65, Lynnwood 55: Rob Diederichs and Sean Tracey scored 21 points apiece to lead Shorewood to the Wesco South victory and an overall record of 12-2. The pair scored 21 of their combined 42 points in the second half (Tracey notching 12 in the third, Dierderichs nine in the fourth). Senior guard Mo Carrero put up 13 for Lynnwood, which fell to 4-9 in league play.

At Shoreline

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Lynnwood-Carrero 13, Prasad 8, Downs 6, N. Rudd 4, Cline 2, Kinney 8, Dill 3, Matzen 4, Baldwin 7. Shorewood-Barker 5, Burns 5, R. Diederichs 21, Hartman 3, Perry 10, Tracey 21. 3-point goals-Carrero 3, Prasad 1, Burns 1, Parry 2, Tracey 1, Hartman 1, R. Diederichs 1. Records-Lynnwood 4-9 in league, 4-11 overall. Shorewood 10-2, 12-2.

Meadowdale 65, Jackson 63 (OT): In overtime, Danny Hagen (16 points) tipped in Jake Linton’s (17 points) missed jump shot at the buzzer to boost Meadowdale to the Wesco South victory. Jordan McGinnis led Meadowdale with 18 points. Drew Eisinger and Jamie Eisinger paced Jackson with 21 and 16, respectively.

At Lynnwood

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Jackson-Simshauser 5, Santoro 3, Rucker 8, Sohn 10, J. Eisinger 16, D. Eisinger 21. Meadowdale-Huffman 4, McGinnis 18, Linton 17, Marsh 3, Atcho 3, Rouse 4, Hagen 16. 3-point goals-Simshauser 1, Rucker 1, Sohn 2, J. Eisinger 2, D. Eisinger 2, McGinnis 4, Linton 3, Marsh 1. JV score-Meadowdale 74, Jackson 68. Records-Jackson 3-9, 4-10. Meadowdale 10-2, 12-2.

Everett 58, Mariner 46: Senior post player Andy Blacker scored 10 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to lead Everett to the Wesco South victory. Tommy Craddock paced Mariner with 13 points.

At Everett

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Everett-Gans 14, Lampi 1, O’Brien 2, Levin 5, Blacker 20, Kincaid 12, Overton 4. Mariner-Cramer 5, Cartwright 12, Fry 8, Grant 8, Craddock 13. 3-point goals-Gans 3, Levin 1, Cramer 2, Cartwright 1, Fry 1, Grant 2, Craddock 1. JV score-Everett 56, Mariner 44. Records-Everett 5-8 in league, 7-8 overall. Mariner 6-6, 8-6.

King’s 67, Archbishop Murphy 46: King’s Calvin Fuji scored six of his game-high 14 points in the third quarter as the Knights pulled ahead to grab the Cascade Conference win.

At Everett

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King’s-Clark 7, Barrett 7, Madrazo 13, Fuji 14, Blue 4, Fuhlendorf 6, McKay 2, C. Bowlin 4, Holman 10. Archbishop Murphy-Forgey 6, Jensen 3, Leone 6, Terhar 1, Hoerauf 4, P. Ackerman 5, Smith 3, Ungs 4, Pettinger 9, Mitchell 5. 3-point goals-Barrett 1, Madrazo 2, Holman 2, Forgey 2, Leone 2, P. Ackerman 1. JV-King’s def. Archbishop Murphy. Records-King’s 8-0 in league, 12-4 overall. Archbishop Murphy 4-5, 4-11.

South Whidbey 56, Granite Falls 41: Dustin Sidhu scored a game-high 13 points to lead South Whidbey to the Cascade Conference victory. The Falcons’ Tanner McInerney and Josh Gulvin each scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds. Granite Falls’ Jess Perry had a team-high 10 points and recorded six rebounds.

At Langley

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Granite Falls-Cuddeback 5, Eggleston 3, Villegas 3, Knudson 3, Anderson 4, Setzer 6, DeNoma 2, Schoonover 4, Counley 1, Perry 10. South Whidbey-Sidhu 13, Parrick 2, Ward 3, Gulvin 12, Hosmer 8, Stallman 6, McInerney 12. 3-point goals-Cuddeback 1, Knudson 1, Villegas 1, Sidhu 1. JV-South Whidbey defeated Granite Falls. Records-Granite Falls 3-5 in league, 3-11 overall. South Whidbey 3-5, 5-10.

Sultan 72, Cedarcrest 66: Sophomore R.J. Perkins scored 26 points and made seven clutch free throws in the fourth quarter as Sultan held off a late Cedarcrest run to defeat the Wolves in a Cascade Conference game. David Cortez scored 13 of his game-high 29 in Cedarcrest’s 35-point fourth quarter.

At Sultan

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Cedarcrest-Anderson 6, Elwell 4, Eldred 4, Labate 4, Cortez 29, Ritter 17, Hammontree 2. Sultan-Barnhill 5, Ruddock 7, O’Hara 2, W. Lemmon 15, R.J. Perkins 26, Champeaux 7, Pohaku 6, Mohamed 4. 3-point goals-Elwell 1, Labate 1, Cortez 4, Ruddock 1, R.J. Perkins 3, Champeaux 2. JV-Cedarcrest def. Sultan. Records-Cedarcrest 1-7 in league, 3-13 overall. Sultan 3-5, 7-9.

Darrington 60, Mt. Vernon Christian 45: Senior center Sean O’Connell led Darrington to the Northwest A/B win with an impressive 23-point, 12-rebound performance. Teammate Kris Reece added 17 points. Mt. Vernon Christian was led by senior forward Andrew Kaemingk’s 13 points.

At Darrington

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Mt. Vernon Christian-Westra 10, Mines 2, Annema 6, Hogan 6, VanderArk 2, Vanderkooy 2, Schloemer 4, Kaemingk 13. Darrington-McMillen 4, Vincent 2, Reece 17, O’Connell 23, Jones 2, Rosselli 3, Werst 9. 3-point goals-Annema 1, Reece 2. Records-Mt. Vernon Christian 5-7 in league, 7-10 overall. Darrington 8-4, 11-7.

Tulalip Heritage 79, Grace Academy 46: Mark Robinson’s 17 points, seven assists and seven rebounds helped lead Tulalip Heritage to the Northwest B victory. Jay Fryberg added 12 points and eight steals for Tulalip Heritage.

At Marysville

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Tulalip Heritage-R. Fryberg 6, Miller 8, McKinney 13, K. Fryberg 8, Iukes 7, Sedano 2, Robinson 17, Calflookin 4, J. Fryberg 12. Grace Academy-Conlin 5, Knudson 7, LeFors 9, Lugg 2, Phifer 5, Ronk 4, Walton 13. 3-point goals-Miller 1, McKinney 3, Robinson 1, Ronk 1, Walton 1. Records-Tulalip Heritage 7-2 in league, 10-7 overall. Grace Academy 6-6, 12-8.

Lopez Island 74, Skykomish 51: Bubba Smith scored 21 points and grabbed 21 rebounds to lead Lopez Island to the Northwest B League win. Lobos’ freshmen Jordan Smith and Tommy Fowler combined to score 28 points. Skykomish’s Blaine Brown had a game-high 30 points.

At Lopez Island

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Skykomish-Farmer 17, Brown 30, Nelson 4. Lopez Island-Arps 6, Elings 9, Jardine 3, Ja. Smith 21, Potts 4, Dretske 3, Fowler 10, Jo. Smith 18. 3-point goals-Ellings 1, Fowler 2, Jo. Smith 1, Jardine 1, Dretske 1, Farmer 1, Brown 3. Records-Skykomish 1-9 in league, 4-11 overall. Lopez Island 6-5, 9-7.

Lummi 50, Snohomish County Christian 46: Todd Johnson scored four of his 13 points on free throws in the final 40 seconds to lift Lummi to the Northwest B League victory. Nick Scott’s 20 points also helped ensure Lummi would remain unbeaten in league play. Nate Rheaume led the Lions inside with 17 rebounds and three blocked shots. His teammates Alan Johnson and Ryan Grossenbacher scored 14 and 11 points, respectively.

At Mountlake Terrace

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Lummi-Johnson 13, Scott 20, Revey 5, Tom 4, Robertson 2, Cultee 4, J. Scott 2. Snohomish County Christian-Adams 3, Cathey 7, Grossenbacher 11, Johnson 14, Mallory, Mar 1, Oakland, Rheaume 7, Schettler 3. 3-point goals-Johnson 2, Grossenbacher 1, Cathey 1, Adams 1. JV score-Lummi 60, Snohomish County Christian 52. Records-Lummi 9-0, 14-2. Snohomish County Christian 5-5, 7-10.

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