Meadowdale gets off to hot start vs. Vikings

LAKE STEVENS – Meadowdale got its season off to a hot start, scoring 30 points in the first half and defeating Lake Stevens 53-42 in a non-conference game Saturday night.

Junior forward Nero Threet scored a game-high 16 points and finished with eight rebounds and two blocked shots to lead the Mavericks.

“Threet did a good job of finishing and getting rebounds,” Lake Stevens assistant coach Jay Thager said.

Senior guard Bryant Marsh added eight points, eight rebounds and three assists for Meadowdale.

Though they shot 56-percent from the field, it was the Mavericks defense that seemed to cause the Vikings fits.

No Viking scored more than Lars Lian’s 10 points and the Mavs held Lake Stevens to 42-percent shooting.

“They did a good job of pressuring us and forcing turnovers,” said Thager.

At Lake Stevens H.S.


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Meadowdale-Simonson 11, Kidanu 6, Marsh 8, Carlson 2, Threet 16, Law 3, Surur 7. Lake Stevens-Stoen 2, Denney 2, McMurray 4, Lian 10, Warbis 5, Carter 7, Gilbertson 6, Pearson 4. 3-point goals-Simonson 1, Marsh 1, Lian 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 65, Meadowdale 62. Records-Meadowdale 1-0 overall. Lake Stevens 1-2.

Snohomish 72, Franklin Pierce 67: At Tacoma, junior Tim Diederichs scored 22 points and Seth Follis scored 10 of his 17 in the Panthers’ 26-point fourth quarter in the non-conference game.

At Franklin Pierce H.S.


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Snohomish-Follis 17, Williams 2, Sooter 2, Diederichs 22, Wilde 4, Desimone 5, Jenkins 8, VanDuine 12. Franklin Pierce-Jackson 1, Jenkins 18, Br Larrieu 24, Armstrong 1, B. Larrieu 11, Hawes 3, Bolte 2, Edmonds 5. 3-point goals-Diederichs 1, Jenkins 2, Br Larrieu 3. JV-Snohomish def Franklin Pierce. Records-Snohomish 2-0 overall. Franklin Pierce 1-1.

Jackson 80, Prairie 69 (OT): At Vancouver, Jackson began its season with a little excitement. Drew Eisinger scored a game-high 26 points – none bigger than his 3-pointer with six seconds remaining in regulation which sent the non-conference game into overtime. Eisinger added 12 rebounds and Brian Rucker scored 25 points and Jamie Eisinger added 21 for Jackson. Jackson outscored Prairie 12-1 in overtime.

At Prairie H.S.



Jackson-Markovich 2, J. Eisinger 21, D. Eisinger 26, Rucker 25, Belair 1, Wishko 5. Prairie-Schaefel 4, M. Dornik 7, R. Dornik 3, Wilson 2, Dorman 11, Westbrooks 17, Ludwick 11, Hamberg 12, Allenson 2. 3-point goals-J. Eisinger 3, D. Eisinger 3, Rucker 4, Wishko 1, M. Dornik 1, R. Dornik 1, Dorman 1, Ludwick 3. JV score-Prairie 48, Jackson 45. Records-Jackson 1-0 overall. Prairie 0-2.

King’s 36, La Conner 32: At Shoreline, Carson Bowlin scored 15 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead King’s to the non-league victory.

At King’s H.S.

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La Conner-Kellerman 4, Kennedy 12, Watkinson 6, Coonc 4, Mann 2, Van Peltz 4. King’s-Barrett 3, Blue 5, Madrazo 5, A. Bowlin 2, McKay 2, C. Bowlin 15, Uhrich 1, Lutton 4. 3-point goals-Barrett 1, Blue 1, Kennedy 2. JV-King’s def. La Conner. Records-La Conner 0-1 overall. King’s 2-0.

Orcas Island 58, Sultan 54: At Eastsound, Winslow Moran-Hodge was 9-for-11 from the free-throw line, making 5-for-7 in the fourth quarter to help Orcas Island win the non-league game. R.J. Perkins scored 33 points for Sultan. Orcas Island’s Willie Clancy had 15 rebounds.

At Orcas Island H.S.


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Sultan-Clarke 4, Mohamed 1, Nicholes 4, Lemmon 2, Perkins 33, Champeaux 10. Orcas Island-Goffeney 3, Moran-Hodge 13, Murphy 9, Nigretto 2, Mayson 5, Stone 9, Clancy 6, Doherty 5, Kamphaus 6. 3-point goals-Perkins 5, Chameaux 2, Murphy 1, Mayson 1, Stone 1. JV-Sultan def. Orcas Island. Records-Sultan 0-1 overall. Orcas Island 1-1.

Lakewood 56, Coupeville 49: At Coupeville, Anthony Weiderkehr scored 22 points to lead Lakewood to the non-league victory. Kramer O’Keefe had 15 and Brian Miller and Mike Bagby each scored 13 points for Coupeville.

At Coupeville H.S.



Lakewood-S. Borisoz 4, Wiederkehr 22, D. Borisoz 5, Fure 10, Bird 3, Haugen 4, Scott 2, Louck 6. Coupeville-Bagby 13, Smith 6, Kelley 2, O’Keefe 15, Miller 13. 3-point goals-D. Borisoz 1, Bird 1, Smith 2, O’Keefe 2. JV score-Lakewood 52, Coupeville 38. Records-Lakewood 1-2 overall. Coupeville 1-2.

Darrington 71, Tulalip Heritage 53: At Darrington, Joey Haywood led the shooting barrage, scoing four of Darrington’s 11 3-point field goals in the non-league victory. Lesjar McKinney had 17 points for Tulalip Heritage.

At Darrington H.S.

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Tulalip Heritage-Miller 4, McKinney 17, Hatch 14, Sadeno 4, Calflooking 12, Redy 2. Darrington-O’Dell 3, Wales 15, Vincent 11, Green 1, Pendergrass 2, Parris 4, Haywood 16, Jones 12, A. Olsen 7. 3-point goals-O’Dell 1, Wales 2, Vincent 2, Pendergrass 2, Haywood 4, Jones 2, McKinney 5. Records-Tulalip Heritage 0-1 overall. Darrington 1-1.

University Prep 52, Concrete 34: At Concrete, Michael Zieve scored 15 points for University Prep in the non-conference game.

At Concrete H.S.

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University Prep-Zieve 15, Sanders 11, Spelman 9, Garrison 5, Kelly 5, Dawson 3, Turner 3, Coleman 1. Concrete-Walker 13, Smith 9, Beazizo 4, Davis 3, Jeune 3, Schoolland 2. Records-University Prep 1-1 overall. Concrete 0-1.

Quilcene 58, Master’s Touch 18: At Quilcene, Craig Crawford scored 10 points, including two 3-pointers for Master’s Touch in the non-league game.

At Quilcene H.S.

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Masters Touch-Graber 3, VanDam 5, Crawford 10. Quilcene-J. Backus 5, Vinson 2, Vancroft 13, Groody 4, C. Backus 5, Burlingame 10, French 6, Kenney 7, Fresonke 2, Ward 4. 3-point goals-Crawford 2. Records-Master’s Touch 0-1 overall. Quilcene 1-1.

Northwest Yeshiva 55, Grace Academy 45: At Mercer Island, Chris Walton had 19 points to lead the Eagles in the non-league game.

At Northwest Yeshiva H.S.

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Grace Academy-Pulley 2, Conklin 6, LeFors 11, Walton 19, Weinberg 2, Lugg 3. Northwest Yeshiva-Hemmat 15, Silverman 13, Sobel 12, Cahn 7, Krohn 4, Blumenstein 2, Levine 2. Records-Grace Academy 1-1 overall. Northwest Yeshiva 2-0.

Chief Leschi 54, Lopez Island 50: At Puyallup, Jason and Jordon Smith combined for 36 points for the Lobos in the non-conference game.

At Chief Leschi School

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Lopez Island-Ja. Smith 20, McCoy 5, Holland 2, Jo. Smith, 16, Elings 7, Tijerina, Yukluk. Chief Leschi-Anderson 20, Walson 14, Peterson 12, Stafford 6, Jackson 2. Records-Lopez Island 0-1 overall. Chief Leschi 1-0.


Mariner Holiday Tournament: Lake Stevens’ Kelly Kubec, who won the 130-pound championship, was named the outstanding wrestler of the meet. Everett’s John Raby, who was third at 275, had the most falls in the least time.

Team scores-Lake Stevens 238.5, Eastmont 173.5, Blaine 144, Mariner 125.5, Bishop Blanchet 107.5, Everett 107, Todd Beamer 56, Kent-Meridian 36.5, Sammamish 23, Stadium 6, Monroe JV 2.


103-Humphrey (Blaine) dec. Zweifel (Lake Stevens), 9-2; 112-Robbins (Eastmont) pinned Alewine (Lake Stevens), 5:52; 119-Eacrett (Lake Stevens) dec. Harteau (Beamer), 8-6; 125-Tipton (Lake Stevens) dec. Parco (Blanchet), 16-1; 130-Kubec (Lake Stevens) pinned Abrams (Blaine), 3:02. 135-Monson (Lake Stevens) pinned Little (Eastmont), 3:59; 140-Kitner (Mariner) dec. Moore (Blaine), 3-2; 145-Vanleuven (Lake Stevens) dec. A. McNaughten (Blanchet), 10-1; 152-Hughes (Lake Stevens) pinned Thorpe (Blanchet), 2:31; 160-Gutzwiler (Eastmont) pinned Polich (Blanchet), 3:29; 171-S. McNaughten (Blanchet) pinned Malone (Everett), 1:03; 189-Mustafa (Mariner) pinned Kimball (Eastmont), 3:56; 215-Austin (Lake Stevens) won by injury default over Kelly (Kent-Meridian); 275-Gale (Eastmont) pinned Schwarzmiller (Lake Stevens), 2:35.

Third-fourth places

103-Vanhorn (Eastmont) pinned Klopfstein (Kent-Meridian), 3:53, 112-Hammond (Mariner) dec. Parker (Blaine), 6-2; 119-Kuehn (Everett) pinned Tiongco (Mariner), 4:16; 125-Yee (Mariner) pinned Broyan (Blaine), 2:58; 130-Medrano (Eastmont) dec. Beck (Everett), 18-4; 135-Covert (Everett) dec. Altena (Kent-Meridian), 4-2; 140-Bergman (Lake Stevens) dec. Ogden (Everett), 13-3; 145-Nell (Eastmont) dec. Hendrickson (Mariner), 8-6; 152-Brady (Blaine) dec. Daugherty (Beamer), 10-5; 160-Jordan (Blaine) dec. Burns (Everett), 3-2; 171-McGuire (Lake Stevens) dec. Cervantes (Eastmont), 10-9; 189-Wilbourne (Lake Stevens) pinned Brandenburger (Blaine), 0:47; 215-Burns (Lake Stevens) pinned Troxler (Eastmont), 2:01; 275-Raby (Everett) pinned Sullivan (Beamer), 2:21.

Kamiak 66, Woodinville 10: At Mukilteo, Cai Chen, Colin Munoz, Paul Klumper and Joe Erickson all earned their first varsity dual-meet victories for Kamiak in its non-league win.

At Kamiak H.S.

103-Ellis (K) won by forfeit; 112-Baldwin (K) pinned Shrenk, 1st; 119-McDuffie (W) pinned Garvey, 2nd; 125-Chen (K) pinned Shursted, 2nd; 130-Leverkuhn (K) pinned Agadep, 1st; 135-Morton (K) dec. Briant, 8-4; 140-Munoz (K) dec. Clausen, 7-6; 145-Graika (K) pinned Milton, 1st; 152-Wilkin (K) pinned Pelegelro, 1st; 160-Hauron (W) major dec. Boyle, 10-2; 171-Klumper (K) pinned Hollister, 1st; 189-Erickson (K) pinned Majeski, 2nd; 215-Huss (K) pinned McCurry, 3rd; 275-Galloway pinned Bufferd, 1st. Records-Kamiak 1-0 overall. Woodinville 0-1.

Jackson at the George Yonlick Wrestlerama: At Bellingham, going into the final match Jackson needed a pin by Brendon McCoy to defeat Wapato. Instead the 140-pounder defeated his opponent 8-0 in a major decision and the Timberwolves lost to Wapato 38-37, finishing tied for fourth in the tournament.

At Bellingham

Arlington 53, Jackson 29

130-Lewis (A) technical fall over Shapiro, 19-4; 135-Guzman (A) pinned Brenan, 1:25, 1st; 140-Erikson (A) pinned McCoy, 1:03, 3rd; 145-Meyers (A) pinned Reynolds, 0:45, 3rd; 152-Spear (A) pinned Khoury, 0:42, 1st; 160-Nijem (J) pinned Welborn, 0:19, 3rd; 171-Kruse (A) won by forfeit; 189-Morin (A) pinned Bittinger, 0:11, 3rd; 215-Warner (J) pinned Roth, 0:58, 2nd; 275-Dewitle (A) pinned Gearardo, 0:50, 1st; 103-Hall (J) pinned Couch, 0:22, 1st; 112-Bennet (A) pinned Miller, 1:03, 1st; 119-Martinez (J) technical fall over Goheen, 15-0; 125-Birkett (J) pinned Magness, 0:12, 1st.

Jackson 45, Central Kitsap 36

135-Brenan (J) won by injury default; 140-Galvon (CK) pinned Mazza, 0:44, 2nd; 145-Reynolds (J) pinned Brodie, 1:19, 2nd; 152-Lancaster (CK) pinned Khoury, 1:38, 1st; 160-Nijem (J) pinned Massiada, 0:24, 1st; 171-Padula (CK) won by forfeit; 189-Bittinger (J) won by forfeit; 215-Warner (J) won by forfeit; 275-Gearardo (J) won by forfeit; 103-Hall (J) won by forfeit; 112-Franko (CK) pinned Miller, 1:01, 1st; 119-Manalo (CK) pinned Martinez, 0:23, 1st; 125-Birkett (J) dec. Eickmeyer, 10-9; 130-Cruz (CK) pinned Shapiro, 1:47, 2nd.

Jackson 43, Squalicum 36

140-McCoy (J) pinned Fraiser, 1:08, 2nd; 145-Reynolds (J) major dec. Garcia, 9-1; 152-Hannah (S) pinned Khoury, 1:26, 1st; 160-Nijem (J) major dec. Smith, 16-5; 171-Barton (S) won by forfeit; 189-Bittinger (J) technical fall over Heredia, 18-3; 215-Warner (J) pinned Moore, 0:21, 1st; 275-Larson (S) pinned Gearardo, 0:31, 2nd; 103-Hall (J) pinned Montenez, 0:20, 1st; 112-Tuttle (S) pinned Miller, 1:03, 1st; 119-Martinez (J) pinned Fuhrmeister, 0:36, 1st; 125-Birkett (J) pinned Ladoux, 1:39, 1st; 130-Barron (S) pinned Shapiro, 1:21, 2nd; 135-Johnson (S) pinned Brenan, 1:08, 1st.

Wapato 38, Jackson 37

145-Reynolds (J) pinned Ortega, 0:40, 2nd; 152-Badenie (W) pinned Khoury, 0:45, 1st; 160-Nijem (J) pinned Parra, 1:08, 1st; 171-Alaniz (W) won by forfeit; 189-Bittinger (J) pinned Garza, 1:34, 1st; 215-Warner (J) pinned Acosta, 1:06, 1st; 275-Warren (W) pinned Gearardo, 0:07, 3rd; 103-Hall (J) dec. Gomez, 9-4; 112-Vela (W) pinned Miller, 0:37; 119-Lopez (W) major dec. Martinez, 20-8; 125-Birkett (J) pinned Garza, 0:48, 2nd; 130-Espinoza (W) major dec. Shapiro, 16-3; 135-Chavez (W) won by forfeit; 140-McCoy (J) major dec. Imperial, 8-0.

Monroe at the George Yonlick Wrestlerama: At Bellingham, Monroe opened its wrestling season with two wins, one tie and an unexpected individual win by Jake Morgan. Kale Seather helped the Bearcarts beat Arlington with a pin at 103 pounds. The Bearcats won every bout from 140 on in a win over Central Kitsap. In the Bearcats’ final dual meet against host Bellingham, Monroe tied the meet and Morgan pinned Bellingham’s Reid Chivers, a highly-touted freshman, at 160.

At Bellingham H.S. Monroe 60, Arlington 18

103-Seather (M) pinned Couch 2:13; 112-Ottow (M) pinned Bennet 2:34; 119-Ulle (M) def. Goheen 15-8; 125-Maaness (A) pinned Stocker 3:03; 130-Lewis (A) pinned Vasquez 2:32; 135-Guzmand (A) pinned Liebman 3:36; 140-Murray (M) pinned Erikson 3:05; 145-Lampers (M) pinned Myers 1:40; 152-Lochmann (M) pinned Spear :23 160-Morgan (M) pinned Welborn :36; 171-Shelton (M) def. Kruse 8-7; 189-Kenagy (M) pinned Morin :49; 215-Ascherl (M) pinned Roth :43; 275-Anonson (M) pinned Dwitt 1:03.

Monroe 60, Central Kitsap 22

103-Sather (M) won by forfeit; 112-Ottow (M) pinned Franco 1:28; 119-Manalo (CK) major decision over Ulle 18-6; 125-Eickmeyer (CK) pinned 3:02 Stocker; 130-Cruz (CK) pinned Vasquez 3:01; 135-Crittenden (CK) pinned Liebman 4:36; 140-Murray (M) pinned Galvan 2:59; 145-Lampers (M) pinned Brodie 1:15; 152-Lochmann (M) pinned Lancaster 3:07; 160-Morgan (M) pinned Massida 3:40; 171-Shelton (M) pinned Pudua 3:17; 189-Kenagy (M) won by forfeit; 215-Ascherl (M) won by forfeit; 275-Anonson (M) won by forfeit.

Monroe 39, Bellingham 39

103-Cooper (B) won by forfeit; 112-Ottow (M) pinned Knight 6:30; 119-A. Harkness (B) pinned Ulle 1:12; 125-Berry (B) pinned Stocker :46; 130-V. Harkness (B) pinned Vasquez; 135-C. Brearley (B) pinned Liebman :13; 140-Murray (M) pinned Leich 3:22; 145-Lampers (M) pinned Anderson :23; 152-Lochmann (M) def. L. Brearley 8-6; 160-Morgan (M) pinned Chivers 4:50; 171-Porberry (B) def. Shelton 3-1; 189-West (B) pinned Kenagy 1:40; 215-Ascherl (M) pinned Grey 1:48; 275-Anonson (M) pinned Tilly 3:06.

Stanwood Wrestlerama: At Stanwood, Mount Vernon’s Kyle Newman (112 pounds), Evaristo Solano (119), Brad Rabenstein (189) and Landon Campbell (215) won championships. Newman and Solano had consecutive pins to notch their titles

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