M-P’s Stevens scores 29 points in a 59-47 victory over Kamiak

MUKILTEO — Taylor Stevens put on a one-man show against the Kamiak Knights Tuesday, scoring 29 points and adding five rebounds to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to a 59-47 non-league victory.

“Stevens had a good first half,” Kamiak head coach Greg Turcott said. “We just couldn’t quite catch up with those guys.”

Behind by 16 points going into the fourth quarter, the Knights had a fire lit under them and were able to cut the lead down to single digits. With about three minutes remaining and the Knights on a run, Stevens made a timely basket, ending any chance of a Kamiak comeback.

Skylar Stormo led the Knights with 21 points and nine rebounds.

At Kamiak H.S.

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Marysville-Pilchuck — Forsythe 4, Greene, Holm, Kelly, Lanphere 10, Lovell 6, Scheller, Soriano, Stevens 29, Thomason 10, Toler. Kamiak — Brown, Dremlyuga 2, Este-McDonald 14, Josh Glenn, Justin Glenn 4, Houghtaling, Lachapelle, Makori, Parcells 5, Ruppel 1, Stormo 21. 3-point goals—Stevens 2. JV score—MP 59, Kamiak 50. Records—M-P 2-1 overall. Kamiak 0-2.

Mariner 74, Auburn Mountainview 32: At Everett, In a game originally scheduled to be played at Auburn Mountainview, the Mauraders gained a victory in dominating fashion. Michael Minor had 14 points and four steals in the non-league game.

At Mariner H.S.

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Mariner — Bastys 7, Black 12, Chhann 6, J. Dillon 14, T. Dillon 4, Doerscher 8, Malysheff 9, Minor 14. AM — Inman 11, Bosold 5, Majopian 4, Sorta 4, Byars 3, Rumbaugh 3, Brown 2, Winters, Clair, Alexis, Thareck. 3-point goals— J. Dillon 2, Doerscher 2, T. Dillon 1, Black 1. AM— Inman 3, Byers 1, Bosold 1. JV score—Mariner 38, AM 30. Records—AM 1-1 overall. Mariner 2-0.

Arlington 59, Lynnwood 44: At Lynnwood, After going back-and-forth through the third quarter, Arlington went to a matchup zone, denying penetration and extinguising the Royals’ scoring efforts. Aaron Matzen’s 3-pointer was the only Royals score of the final quarter.

At Lynnwood H.S.

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Arlington — Barber 2, Busby 9, Carpenter 17, Heath 2, Larson 9, McPherson, Richardson 13, Scarth 7. Lynnwood — Beatty 18, DeGraw, Fajemisin 2, Hill 1, Hunsinger 4, Matzen 12, Meinken 7, Milne. 3-point goals— Larson 3, Richardson 1, Busby 1, Carpenter 1. Beatty 2. JV score— Arlington 33, Lynnwood 31. Records—Arlington 1-1 overall. Lynnwood 1-1.

Meadowdale 53, Everett 38: At Lynnwood, Paul Werner scored 18 points in a low-scoring Meadowdale win against Everett. Werner hit three treys in the first half and had nine points in the fourth quarter of the non-league game.

At Meadowdale H.S.

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Everett — Brown, Frauenholtz, Grim Jr. 2, Gunnerson 3, Hennings 4, Jones 11, Mattson 15, Murray, Nguyen 3. Meadowdale — Carroll 2, Beeson 5, Church, Clampitt 8, Epstein, Hamlett 12, Matteson 6, Nelson, O’Neill 2, S. Werner, P. Werner 18. 3-point goals—P. Werner 3, Nguyen. Records—Everett 0-3 overall. Meadowdale 2-0.

Snohomish 51, Mountlake Terrace 48: At Mountlake Terrace, Brad Shaw and Zach Wilde led Snohomish on a 9-0 run that sealed the non-league victory for the Panthers. With Snohomish trailing by six points with less than two minutes remaining, Shaw sank a 3-pointer and two free throws and Wilde, who led Snohomish with 12 points, added two baskets. Tarik Kundeklija had a game-high 17 points for Mountlake Terrace and Karsten Strieby added 13.

At M. Terrace H.S.

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Snohomish — Jeffries 6, Johnson 3, Klop 3, Leahy 2, Low 9, McGinnis 4, Shaw 12, Wilde 12. Mountlake Terrace — Beeninga, Bouche 3, Clingan 5, Correa 2, Kundeklija 17, Robinson 8, Strieby 13. 3-point goals—Bouche 1, Clingan 1, Shaw 2. JV score—Snohomish defeated Mountlake Terrace. Records—Snohomish 2-0 overall. M. Terrace 0-2.

Shorecrest 68, Lakewood 33: At Shoreline, The Scots improved on their scoring each quarter by working the ball inside to Mark Golike and Ryan Dodge and taking more high-percentage shots. Golike (13 points) and Dodge (11) were the games’ leading scorers.

At Shorecrest H.S.

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Shorecrest — Bermudez 9, Colmenero 5, Dodge 11, Golike 13, Hake 7, Harris 3, Jochim 5, Kanuch 2, Kramer 3, Sullivan 5, Wenberg 4. Lakewood — Black 3, Diamond 2, Dragich 7, Fry 2, Hesselman, Lays, Leach, Mauer 10, Ordonez 7, Rist 2, Wiersma. 3-point goals— Jochim 1, Bermudez 1, Colmenero 1, Golike 1. JV score— Shorecrest 68, Lakewood 33. Records—Lakewood 0-2 overall. Shorecrest 2-0.

Darrington 56, Granite Falls 49: At Granite Falls, Darrington out-scored Granite Falls by 10 points at the free-throw line in the non-conference game. Mike Parris led the Loggers with 15 points. Thomas Knudson was high man for the Tigers with 13.

At Granite Falls H.S.

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Darrington — Green 9, Hoveskeland 5, Jones 15, Monteith 4, O’Dell 6, Olsen 2, Parris 15. Granite Falls — Beard 8, Hillery 9, Howard 9, Knudson 13, Ogren, Redman 4, Walcker 3, Walker 3, Whitt. 3-point goals—Jones 2, Hopward 2, Knudson 1. JV score—Granite Falls def. Darrington. Records—Darrington 3-0 overall. G. Falls 0-2.

Lopez Island 80, Orcas Island 33: At Lopez, Mica Arps scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, Alex Buffum had 15 points and eight rebounds and Jordan Smith scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead Lopez Island to the non-league victory

At Lopez Island H.S.

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Orcas—Nigretto 4, Breadown 5, Gincig 11, Diepenbrook 2, Hansen, Shaw, Jannsen 2, Coe 2, Liedecker, Hoffmann 7. Lopez Island — Arps 17, Buffum 15, Carson 3, Christopherson 4, J. Cook, Farris 10, Jardine 5, Samuel 4, Smith 22, Yukluk. 3-point goals—Carson, Jardine, Smith, Buffum 2, Farris 2, Gincig 2. Records—Orcas 0-1 overall. Lopez 1-0.

Grace Academy 55, Puget Sound Adventist 32: At Kirkland, Zac Israel had 38 points, with seven 3-pointers in the non-league victory over Puget Sound Adventist.

At Puget Sound Adventist H.S.

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Grace Academy — Harrington, Israel 38, Lee 2, Lugg, McAuliffe 2, Garrett Weinberg 5, Grant Weinberg 6, Young 2. PSA— Ruar 13, Hutton 5, Jones 4, Park 4, Mumu 4, Jensen 2, Chian, Zarabia. 3-point goals— Israel 7, Garrett Weinberg 1. JV score— PSA 20, GA 16. Records—GA 3-0 overall. PSA 0-1.

Friday Harbor 39, Australia 25: At Friday Harbor, Tommy Fowler scored 20 points to lead the Wolverines to the non-league victory.

At Friday Harbor H.S.

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Australian team—Parbery 5, Nicholson 2, Denshire 4, Thomas 5, Ellem 5, Riley 2, Wright 2, Marsh, Tarrante. Friday Harbor—Fowler 20, Sandifer 5, E. Nash 4, J. Nash 4, Lopez 6, Lawson, Gustafson, E. Nash, Strasser, Short, Scheeffer. 3-point goals—Fowler 2, Parbery. Record—Friday Harbor 1-0 overall.

Seattle Academy 63, Shoreline Christian 48: At Seattle, holding a six-point lead at halftime, Seattle Academy went to a 3-2 zone in the third quarter, which kept the Crusaders out of the paint. Unable to hit an outside shot either, the Crusaders were outscored 18-9 in the quarter, in the Seattle Academy non-league victory.

At Seattle Academy H.S.

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Shoreline Christian — Brown 2, Danhof 4, Dovinh 6, R. Hudson 7, T. Hudson, Jung, Kim, Ryder, Taniguchi 20, Vermeer 9. SA— Beyl 9, Terriere 2, Mohn 3, Claxton 13, Brandon 2, Revelas 2, McMahon 4, Helgren 2, Engstrom 16, Miller, Moseley, Drevitch, Kennedy. 3-point goals—Taniguchi 1, Dovinh 1. Engstrom 2, Mohn 1, Claxton 1. JV score—not reported. Records—SC 2-2 overall. SA 1-0.

Girls basketball

Puget Sound Adventist 42, Grace Academy 13: At Kirkland, Sarah Wennersten had five points to lead the Eagles in the non-league game.

At Puget Sound Adventist H.S.

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Grace Academy — Galbreath 2, Holmes 1, L. Krumm 3, H. Krumm, McAuliffe 2, Monteith, Moore, Murphy, Nielsen, Schlumpf, Schuler, Timmerman, Wennersten 5. PSA—Mendoza 14, Westman 10, Kay 4, Vega 4, Ma. Cleveland 2, Me. Cleveland 2, Manlie 2, Min. Mirmotahari 2, Mir. Mirmotahari 2, Hardesty, Nash. Records—GA 0-3 overall. PSA 1-0.

Shoreline Christian 41, Seattle Academy 40: At Seattle, junior Sarah Daigneault scored a season-high 10 points and had eight steals to lead Shoreline Christian to its third win. Teammate Angela DeKoekkoek was the leading rebounder with 12 while Angela Woods added 15 points for the Crusaders.

At Seattle Academy H.S.

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Shoreline Christian — Barrick 7, Crichton 2, Daigneault 10, DeKoekkoek 2, Novion, Ott 5, Richards, Woods 15. SA—Berry, Pickening, Furubayashi, Laube 2, Hooyman 10, Stirgus, Brandon 20, Jordan 8, Caplan, Ikeda, Froster. 3-point goals—Woods 1. JV score—Shoreline Christian 39, Seattle Academy 13. Records—SC 3-0 overall. SA 0-1.

Concrete 53, Coupeville 34: At Concrete, Ashley Manker led the Wolves with 10 points in the non-league game.

At Concrete H.S.

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Coupeville — Boyd 3, Voss 8, Riddle 2, Mueller 2, Smith 4, Ebersole 3, Caselden, Hasselgrave 2, Manker 10. Concrete—Barnett 2, Lee 2, K. Taylor 14, Smith 7, Johnson, Thomas 24, A. Taylor 2, Schoolland, League 2. Records—Coupeville 1-2 overall. Concrete 1-0.

Orcas Island 58, Lopez Island 18: At Lopez, Lanie Padbury and Renae Harvey combined for 23 points to lead Orcas to the non-league victory. Padbury had a game-high 12 points and seven rebounds and Harvey finished with 11 points.

At Lopez Island H.S.

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Orcas—Peacock 5, Padbury 12, Hodge 10, Harvey 11, Parnell 10, Harris 4, Thomas 4, Diepenbrock 1, Shaw 1. Lopez Island — Berg 2, Buchanan 6, Vaughn 8, Wilson 2. 3-point goals—Peacock 1, Harvey 2, Vaughn. Records—Orcas 3-0 overall. Lopez 0-2.

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