Meadowdale capitalizes on its heighth to beat Arlington, 72-48

ARLINGTON — Meadowdale took advantage of its size — no player is under 6-feet tall — to win a non-conference boys basketball game 72-48 Thursday over Arlington.

Evan Mattson, a 6-9 senior, led the Mavericks with 18 points while 6-6 sophomore Conner Hamlet added 14.

“We were able to utilize our height advantage,” said Meadowdale head coach Chad McGuire. “(Mattson and Hamlet) were able to score inside and get offensive rebounds. We tried to go inside as much as we could.”

It was a close game after the first quarter as Arlington led Meadowdale 21-19.

“We started hot,” said Arlington assistant coach Joe Marsh. “Then we cooled off.”

McGuire was proud of the way his team managed to keep the game close in the first quarter despite a strong showing by Arlington. Meadowdale then outscored the Eagles in the final three quarters 53-27.

Cole Carpenter was the leading scorer for Arlington with 16 points, including a 3-pointer.

At Arlington H.S.

Meadowdale19171719—72

Arlington2110107—48

Meadowdale — Beeson 2, Church, Clampitt 12, Epstein, Gorman 4, Hamlett 14, Matteson 18, Nelson 3, O’Neill 13, P. Werner 6, Arlington — Barber 2, Busby 6, Carpenter 16, Gunter, Heath, Larson 5, McPherson, Richardson 11, Scarth 8. 3-point goals—Richardson 3, Larson 1, Busby 2, Carpenter 1, Nelson 1, Werner 1. Records—Meadowdale 1-0 overall. Arlington 0-1.

South Kitsap 59, Shorewood 52: At Shoreline, Tomas Sanchez hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with 25 points, but it wasn’t enough in a non-league loss to South Kitsap.

At Shorewood H.S.

S. Kitsap13191314—59

Shorewood13131610—52

South Kitsap—Davies 3, Hoffman 9, Ribachuk, Curry 6, Seagel 4, Johnson 11, LaDeaux 22, Monagle 4, Longmire. Shorewood — Abdillahi, Hartman, Harvey 6, Haug 2, Marrese 2, McClellan 3, Mitchell 10, Pillay, Sanchez 25, Wood 4. 3-point goals—Mitchell 2, Sanchez 2, McClellan, Johnson LaDeaux. JV score—South Kitsap 50, Shorewood 36. Records—S. Kitsap 1-0 overall. Shorewood 1-1.

Shorecrest 46, Everett 44: At Everett, with nine seconds remaining in the game, Shorecrest broke the tie and earned a non-conference win against Everett. Mark Golike was the Scots’ leading scorer, recording 18 points. Everett’s Stephen Homer scored 11 points.

At Everett H.S.

Shorecrest11131012—46

Everett791711—44

Shorecrest — Bermudez 3, Colmenero, Dodge 2, Golike 18, Hake 5, Harris, Jochim 2, Kanuch 6, Kramer 2, Sullivan, Wenberg 8. Everett — Brown 3, Frauenholtz, Grim Jr. 2, Gunnerson, Hennings 2, Homer 11, Jones 7, Mattson 5, Murray 5, Nguyen 9. 3-point goals—Homer, Brown, Murray, Nguyen, Hake, Golike, Wenberg. Records—Shorecrest 1-0 overall. Everett 0-2.

Marysville-Pilchuck 53, Mountlake Terrace 47: At Marysville, the Tomahawks went to a 1-2-2 zone in the second quarter, which forced 10 turnovers by the Hawks and helped the Tomahawks build a 14-point lead going into the half. Taylor Stevens had 26 points for M-P in the non-league game.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

M-P1518713—53

M. Terrace1181217—47

MP—Stevens 26, Scheller 12, Lovell 7, Lanphere 4, Thomason 4, Holm, Kelly, Forsythet. MT—Strieby 19, Kunduklija 17, Robinson 4, Beeninja 3, Correa 2, Clincan 2, Bouche. 3 pointers—Stevens 2, Strieby 2, Beeninja 1. Records—MP 1-1 overall. MT 0-1.

Girls basketball

Sultan 39, Darrington 27: At Darrington, Morgan Thomas had 10 steals to lead a Sultan defensive effort that held Darrington to 14 points through the first three quarters of the non-league game. Thomas also had a team-high 13 points with the help of three treys.

At Darrington H.S.

Sultan1011117—39

Darrington64413—27

Sultan—Postweni 2, Thomas 13, Donnelly 2, Walter 2, Korn 2, O’Hara 3, Jackman 5, Beucherielo. Darrington—Baker 2, Corley 3, Green 3, Pendergrass 3, R. Wales 8, H. Wales 8, Woodward. 3-point goals—Thomas 3, O’Hara, Green. Records—Sultan 1-0 overall. Darrington 1-1.

Bothell 52, Lynnwood 50: At Bothell, Lynnwood jumped out to a nine-point lead after one quarter, but a three-point second period allowed Bothell to catch up and eventually pull out a slim non-league win.

At Bothell H.S.

Lynnwood1831019—50

Bothell9131218—52

Bothell—Flanigan 15, W. Anderson 10, N. Anderson 9, Moss 7, Wright 6, Mackie 3, Gleed 2, Draper, McGladrey. Lynnwood—L. Hill 15, Dill 11, Eddy 10, Hella 6, A. Hill 6, Anthony 2, Johnsen, Kossik, Krubally, Parker. Record—Lynnwood 0-2 overall.

Burlington-Edison 63, Stanwood 40: At Burlington, Sarah Stewart scored 14 points to lead Burlington-Edison to the non-conference win over Stanwood. Stanwood’s Tarin Nicholas recorded 14 points, including a 3-pointer. Jordan Nemo added nine for the Spartans.

At Burlington-Edison H.S.

Stanwood915511—40

B-E14181714—63

Stanwood — Collins 4, Harris 4, Jackson 6, Kline, Nemo 9, Nicholas 14, Shaughnessy 2, Skeels, Vargas, Voelckers 1, Wietzke. B-E—Mannon 8, Welling 2, Arendse 10, Thoe 8, Berentson 2, Dawson 2, Stewart 14, Anderson 6, Browning 7, Nelson 5, Youngquist. 3-point goals—Jackson 2, Nicholas 1. Records—Stanwood 1-1 overall. B-E 1-0.

Boys swimming

Oak Harbor 129, Lynden 46: Oak Harbor won every event but the 100-yard freestyle in a dominating non-league performance against Lynden.

At Lynden YMCA Pool

200 medley relay—OH (J. Hu, P. Hu, Rosen, Livermore) 1:48; 200 free—J. Hu (OH) 1:52.17; 200 individual medley—Rosen (OH) 2:21.21; 50 free—Rankin (OH) 26:08; 100 butterfly—P. Hu (OH) 57.81; 100 free—Karthius (Lynden) 56.87; 500 free—T. Schell (OH) 5:11.26; 200 free relay—OH (J. Hu, D. Schell, Vagt, P. Hu) 1:43.03; 100 back—J. Hu (OH) 58.46; 100 breast—Rosen (OH) 1:11.31; 400 freestyle relay—OH (D. Schell, T. Schell, Vagt, Livermore) 3:48.45. Record—Oak Harbor 1-0 overall.

Wrestling

Monroe 51, Archbishop Murphy 28: At Everett, Archbishop Murphy received quick falls from Cam Wade at 125 pounds and Taylor Baehm at 130, but forfeited seven weight classes in a non-league loss to Monroe.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

103—Perry (M) forfeit; 112—Wattam (ABM) decisioned Johnson, 15-4; 119—Bartnes (M) forfeit; 125—Wade (ABM) pinned Detweiler, :41; 130—Baehm (ABM) pinned Dollback, 1:00; 135—Foster (M) forfeit; 140—Smith (ABM) pinned Barnhardt, 1:39; 145—Hardy (M) pinned Howard, 2:35; 152—Murray (M) major decisioned Miller, 22-10; 160—Hastings (M) forfeit; 171—Vasquez (M) technical fall Street, 16-0; 189—Summers (M) forfeit; 215—Kenagy (M) forfeit; 285—Martin (M) forfeit.

Archbishop Murphy 37, Lynnwood 18: At Everett, Archbishop Murphy picked up five falls and two more victories by decision in a non-league win against Lynnwood.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

103—double forfeit; 112—Wattam (ABM) pinned Voyagen, 5:50; 119—Armstrong (L) forfeit; 125—Wade (ABM) pinned Fields, :07; 130—Baehm (ABM) decisioned Je. Ingalls, 15-6; 135—double forfeit; 140—Smith (ABM) decisioned Steven, 8-4; 145—Torres (ABM) pinned Minhas, 3:20; 152—Miller (ABM) pinned Luke, 1:11; 160—double forfeit; 171—Street (ABM) pinned Jo. Ingalls, 0:34; 189—Golonko (L) forfeit; 215—double forfeit; 285—double forfeit.

West Seattle 46, Lynnwood 31: At Everett, Lynnwood managed falls from Azar Minhas, Tanner Detschman and Yuriy Golonko, but forfeited three matches in a non-league loss to West Seattle.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

103—Wright (WS) forfeit; 112—Rodson Ubungen (L) major decisioned Morson, 14-6; 119 —Rains (WS) pinned Marlena Fields, 1:37; 125—Orstrom (L) forfeit; 130—Jordon (WS) technical fall Je. Ingalls, 16-1; 135—Takashima (L) decisioned Perry, 8-6; 140—Carpenter (WS) technical fall Farmer, 15-0; 145—Minhas (L) pinned MacKinnon, 3:25; 152—Roark (WS) pinned Ulke, 0:57; 160—Detschman (L) pinned Leuely, 0:44; 171—Wittman (WS) pinned Jo. Ingalls, 5:44; 189—Golonko (L) pinned Johnson, 5:44; 215—Oliver (WS) forfeit; 285—Mitchell (WS) forfeit.

Monroe 42, West Seattle 36: At Everett, Monroe’s Chase Vasquez scored a pin against his opponent in 51 seconds in the non-league meet.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

103—Perry (M) pin, 5:02; 112—Johson (M) pin, 5:13; 125—Detwiler (M) forfeit; 130—Jordan (WS) decision, 8-1; 135—Ferry (WS) pin, 2:53; 140—Carpenter (WS) pin, 1:03; 145—Mackimnon (WS) pin 5:57; 152—Roark (WS) decision, 7-5; 160—Leudy (WS) pin, 1:44; 171—Vasquez (M) pin, :51; 189—Summers (M) pin, 4:44; 215—Kenagy (M) pin, 3:30; 285—Martin (M) pin, :38

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