Mavericks knock off Lynnwood

LYNNWOOD — As soon as Lynnwood switched to zone defense early in the first quarter, Matt Gorman decided to get in a zone of his own.

Meadowdale’s senior power forward scored eight of his game-high 18 points in the paint in the first quarter, and visiting Meadowdale knocked off Lynnwood 56-36 for a Wesco South victory.

“We went colder than Alaska,” Lynnwood coach Landon Porter said. “We executed but couldn’t hit anything.”

Evan Matteson chipped in 11 points for Meadowdale, and senior Jake Clampitt scored all six of his points in the fourth quarter, when Meadowdale went on a 16-5 run to close out the game.

Andrew Beatty scored 13 points for Lynnwood, Aaron Matzen scored nine points, and forward Simi Fajemisin, hampered by foul trouble, finished with eight.

“When he’s (Fajemisin) out, we’ve got to be able to knock down outside shots,” Carter said. “Meadowdale did a great job of executing all game.”

At Lynnwood H.S.

Meadowdale15101516—56

Lynnwood412155—36

Meadowdale — Beeson, Clampitt 6, Gorman 18, Hamlett 8, Matteson 11, O’Neill 4, P. Werner 8, S. Werner 1. Lynnwood — Beatty 13, DeGraw 2, Fajemisin 8, Hill, Hunsinger 2, Matzen 9, Meinken 2, Milne. 3-point goals —Matteson, P. Werner 2, Beatty, Matzen 3. Records — Meadowdale 4-1 league, 8-1 overall. Lynnwood 2-4, 4-6.

Jackson 55, Mountlake Terrace 53: At Mountlake Terrace, senior Tarik Kunduklija scored a game-high 13 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and recorded six blocks for the Hawks, but Jackson freshman Brett Kingma drilled a 15-foot jumpshot as time expired to hand Jackson a 55-53 Wesco South victory.

At M. Terrace H.S.

Jackson1614187—55

M. Terrace1391615—53

Jackson — Gay, Gootee 10, Kellogg, Kingma 12, Koch 9, Oh 2, Sullivan 11, Todd 7, Wishko 4. Mountlake Terrace — Beeninga 4, Bouche 7, Clingan 11, Kunduklija 13, Robinson, Sells, Stracener 4, Strieby 14. 3-point goals —Gootee 2, Sullivan, Wishko, Bouche. Records — Jackson 3-2 league, 4-5 overall. M. Terrace 2-3, 3-6.

Lake Stevens 67, Arlington 52: At Lake Stevens, Sean Stickney scored 10 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter, and also pulled down 14 rebounds to help the Vikings take a Wesco North victory. Lake Stevens point guard Jordan Carter finished with 12 assists. Arlington’s Kaleb Scarth scored a game-high 25 points.

At L. Stevens H.S.

Arlington10111714—52

L. Stevens10141429—67

Arlington — Barber 3, Busby 4, Cooper 2, Heath 11, Larson 3, McPherson 2, Richardson 2, Scarth 25. Lake Stevens — Adams 9, Carter 9, Dodge 4, Elfeghih, Kurisu 7, Legg 14, Pilon 2, Russum, Stickney 18, Schneider 4. 3-point goals — Barber, Larson, Carter. Records — Arlington 1-4 league, 2-7 overall. L. Stevens 5-1, 8-1.

Monroe 69, Cascade 46: At Monroe, Jason Waltman scored 14 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter to lead Monroe to the Wesco North victory over Cascade. Teammate James MacIntyre added 14 points. Matt Reading led the Bruins with 14 points.

At Monroe H.S.

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Monroe18121524—69

Cascade — Barton 4, Hancock 3, Joyce, King, McDaniels 1, McGrath 12, Reading 14, Shewfelt 7, Toltingrud, Walker 5. Monroe — Bunge, Churlin 2, Lucke, MacIntyre 14, Macke 5, Ohlsen 3, Pearl 10, Shelford, Sonneveldt, Waltman 25, Wright 10. 3-point goals — McGrath 1, Reading 1, Wright 2, Waltman 2. Records — Cascade 1-5 league, 1-8 overall. Monroe 2-3, 5-4.

Mariner 77, Shorecrest 40: At Shoreline, Joey Dillon scored 10 of his 21 points in the first quarter leading Mariner to the Wesco South win over Shorecrest.

At Shorecrest H.S.

Mariner24172214—77

Shorecrest148711—40

Mariner — Bastys 5, Black, Chhann 9, Doerscher 4, J. Dillon 21, Malysheff 7, Minor 10, Purnell 14, T. Dillon 7. Shorecrest — Dodge 5, Golike 8, Hake 5, Harris 2, Jochim 6, Kanuch 8, Meyers 5, Wenberg 1. 3-point goals — J. Dillon 2, Chhann 1, Minor 2, T. Dillon 1, Bastys 1, Meyers 1, Hake 1, Kanuch 2, Golike 1. Records — Mariner 4-1 league, 7-1 overall. Shorecrest 0-6, 3-6.

Stanwood 64, Oak Harbor 42: At Stanwood, the Spartans expanded their eight-point halftime lead in the second half to win by 22 in the Wesco North game. Kale Schmidt scored a game-leading 24 points and Zack Johnson added 17 for Stanwood. The Wildcats were led by Eric McCardle with 14 points.

At Stanwood H.S.

Oak Harbor1512123—42

Stanwood16191415—64

Oak Harbor — Brooks 11, Dudley 2, Edens 1, Fiske, Haslom, B. Howard, Howard, McCardle 14, Rouser 1, Smith 6, Stout 7, Waller. Stanwood — Chabot 4, Edlund 2, Johnson 17, Klempel 2, Lawrence, Orcutt 5, Schmidt 24, Williams 6, Zipp, Zweber 4. 3-point goals — Schmidt 4, Williams 1, Stout 1, McCardle 4. Records — Oak Harbor 1-3 league, 2-7 overall. Stanwood 4-2, 5-5.

Lynden 45, Archbishop Murphy 40: At Everett, Brady Bomber scored a game-high 22 points, leading Lynden to the non-conference win over Archbishop Murphy. Ryan Bourke led the Wildcats with five points and 11 rebounds.

At A. Murphy H.S.

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A. Murphy1111810—40

Lynden — Dallas 2, Martin 6, Br. Bomber 22, Bl. Bomber 4, McKee 4, Lewis, Seto 5, Delang 2. Archbishop Murphy — Bourke 5, Clancy, Fleming 6, Hards 2, Healow 2, McCann 6, Melton 6, Quinlan 2, Sherrer 5, Smith 6. 3-point goals — Martin 1, Br. Bomber 4, Bl. Bomber 1, Smith 2, McCann 2. Records — Lynden not reported. A. Murphy 3-5 overall.

Boys swimming

Sehome 111, Shorecrest 72: At Shoreline, Tyler Hayden swam state qualifying times in winning the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle events but it wasn’t enough to lift Shorecrest to victory in the non-league meet.

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Sehome (A. Fish, Bax, Parine, VanDooren) 1:47.98; 200 freestyle—Schmidt (Se) 2:01.06; 200 individual medley—Hayden (Sh) 2:03.26*; 50 freestyle—Flynn (Se) 23.15; Diving—Wilcox (Sh) 148.70; 100 butterfly—A. Fish (Se) 58.63; 100 freestyle—Hayden (Sh) 48.60*; 500 freestyle—J. Fish (Se) 5:17.30; 200 freestyle relay—Sehome (VanDooren, Bax, A. Fish, Flynn) 1:36.42; 100 backstroke—Schmidt (Se) 1:01.77; 100 breaststroke—A. Fish (Se) 1:06.94; 400 freestyle relay—Sehome (Flynn, Schmidt, VanDooren, Parine) 3:30.77. Records— Sehome not reported. Shorecrest 3-2.

* — State Class 3A qualifying time

Shorewood 113, Squalicum 72: At Bellingham, Shorewood’s Brian Michaels swam to victories in the 50-yard and 100-yard breaststroke and also led the Thunderbirds to two winning relays (200-medley and 200-freestyle). Squalicum’s Eddie Myers swam 3A state qualifying times in the 200- and 500- freestyle.

At Bellingham Aquatics Center

200 medley relay—Shorewood (Mat. Gill, Michaels, DeMerritt, Tan) 1:50.86; 200 freestyle—Myers (SQ) 1:50.21*; 200 individual medley—Matt Gill (SW) 2:21.32; 50 freestyle—Michaels (SW) 23.33; Diving—Kane-Ronning (SQ) 131.8; 100 butterfly—Marcus Gill (SW) 1:00.48; 100 freestyle—Abbott (SQ) 53.37; 500 freestyle—Myers (SQ) 5:01.52*; 200 freestyle relay—Shorewood (DeMerritt, Mar. Gill, Michaels, Vincent) 1:38.63; 100 backstroke—Abbott (SQ) 1:01.38; 100 breaststroke—Michaels (SW) 1:06.87; 400 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Mar. Gill, Mat. Gill, Tan, Vincent) 3:41.31. Records— Shorewood 3-2 overall. Squalicum not reported.

* — State Class 3A qualifying time

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