Meadowdale holds off Arlington

ARLINGTON – Jake Linton was too hot for the Arlington Eagles to handle.

Linton, a senior guard, scored 16 of his game-high 23 points in the first half as the Meadowdale boys basketball team raced to a double-digit first-half lead and held off Arlington 51-44 in a non-league game Tuesday night.

Linton hit four 3-pointers in the first half as Meadowdale built a 29-16 halftime lead.

Arlington rallied in the second half, outscoring Meadowdale 28-22, but could get no closer than five points.

David Griffiths led Arlington with 17 points. Stephan Devery and Brett Smith each added 10.

Linton was the only Meadowdale player who scored in double figures.

At Arlington

Meadowdale1217139-51

Arlington881018-44

Meadowdale-Huffman 4, McGinnis 7, Linton 23, Atcho 6, Rouse 3, Hagen 8. Arlington-Huleatt 1, Struiksma 2, Griffiths 17, Smith 10, Thompson 2, Petereit 2, Devery 10. 3-point goals-Linton 4, McGinnis 1, Griffiths 4, Smith 1. JV score-Arlington def. Meadowdale. Records-Meadowdale 5-2, Arlington 3-4.

Mountlake Terrace 87, Cleveland 79: Cleveland whittled down Mountlake Terrace’s 15-point, fourth-quarter lead to just four points with two minutes remaining, but the Hawks held on for the victory in the Edmonds School District Tournament. Luke Hammond and Justin Hammond led Terrace with 16 points apiece. In all, five Terrace players scored in double figures.

At Mountlake Terrace

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Mountlake Terrace31211916-87

Cleveland-Brooks 13, Connerly 2, Weems 15, Morgan 5, Kaseumsouk 5, Martin 20, Mack 2, Mason 17 Mountlake Terrace-C. Hammond 5, J. Hammond 16, Balch 4, L. Hammond 9, Blake 12, Boxley 11, Mundt 14, L. Swanson 16, 3-Point Shooting-Brooks 2, Morgan 1, Kaseumsouk 1 Records-Cleveland 6-3 overall, Mountlake Terrace 4-1, 5-2.

Snohomish 72, Franklin Pierce 51: Jon Brockman scored 34 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and blocked four shots to lead the Panthers to the non-league victory. Snohomish plays at Edmonds-Woodway at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

At Snohomish

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Franklin Pierce-Armstong 3, Wolford 4, Jenkins 8, Larrieu 16, Young 2, White 13, Bolte 1, Edmonds 4. Snohomish-Follis 3, Bone 8, Reinhard 4, James 2, Hammons 11, Brockman 34, Jensen 4, Wilde 6. 3-point goals-Follis 1, Bone 2, Hammons 3. JV score-Snohomish 51, Franklin Piece 35. Records-Franklin Pierce 6-3 overall. Snohomish 4-3.

Kamiak 46, Oak Harbor 26: Billy Johnson and Rahiti Marere scored 13 points each to lead Kamiak to the non-league victory. Kamiak’s defense held Oak Harbor to single digits in all four quarters.

Dallas Heidt led Oak Harbor with eight points.

At Mukilteo

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Kamiak187147-46

Oak Harbor-Waller 3, Leach 3, Ferguson 4, Hughes 1, Lopez 2, Heidt 8, Hunter 5. Kamiak-Hermes 8, Stewart 2, M. Iddins 6, Carl 2, Johnson 13, Tarver 2, Marere 13. JV score-Kamiak def. Oak Harbor. Records-Oak Harbor 0-8 overall. Kamiak 5-2.

White Rock Christian 72, Cascade 53: Led by Tyrell Mara, who scored 19 points in first quarter, White Rock Christian built a 45-20 halftime lead and cruised to a win over Cascade in the Storm Winter Classic at Squalicum High School.

Mara, a 6-foot-6 swingman who has signed to play at Portland State next season, finished with 29 points, including five 3-pointers.

Dirk Snel scored 14 points to lead Cascade, which continues tournament play at 12:45 p.m. today with a game against St. George’s (B.C.).

At Bellingham

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White Rock Christian23221118-74

Cascade-Matson 9, Sieh 5, Gill 2, Chiarelli, 3 Hilliard 2, Snel 14, Singh 3, Thomas 2, Guffey 4, Carter. 9. White Rock Christian-Morrison 2, Dillon 5, DeKoster 5, Fougner 6, J. Mara 2, Good 2, T. Mara 29, Stewart 23. 3-point goals-Matson 1, Sieh 1, Chiarelli 1, Snel 2, Singh 1, Dillon 1, DeKoster 1, T. Mara 5, Stewart 3. Records-Cascade 3-4 , 3-1 in league.

Monroe 72, Santa Maria 65: Jimmy Santjer had a double-double with 11 points and 10 assists to lead Monroe to the victory. He was one of four Bearcats who scored in double figures.

At Atascadero, CA

Monroe16212213-72

Santa Maria10142714-65

Monroe-Churlin 15, Marley 15, Erickson 12, Santjer 11, Hamik 8, V.Brown 6, Urness 4. Santa Maria-Gonzalas 17, Gauna 8, Karki 2, Addison 9, Matemicko 13, Hollieky 8, Erickson 4, Hillbrant 4. Records-Monroe 4-2 overall.

Coupeville 60, Orcas Isaland 53: Mike Bagby scored 34 points, including a 4-for-7 performance from 3-point range, to lead Coupeville to the Northwest A League victory. The game was played at KeyArena in Seattle.

At Seattle

Orcas Island915821-53

Coupeville11151419-60

Orcas Island-Goffinez 6, Morin-Hodge 4, Mercy 5, Ostererling 10, Stone 9, Mayson 9, Talbet 8, Kamphak 2. Coupeville-Marti 8, Tucker 2, Bagby 34, Day 9, Mueller 9, Mouw 3, Diamanti 1. 3-point goals-Tucker 1, Bagby 4, Day 1. Records-Orcas Island 1-3 in league,. Coupeville 2-2 overall, 4-5.

Lakewood 68, Chimacum 67: Lakewood held on despite a huge fourth quarter by Chimacum’s Steven Grey to advance to the title game in the Eighth Annual Cougar Holiday Classic.

Grey scored 26 of his 39 points in the fourth quarter. Lakewood led 49-30 going into the fourth quarter, but Chimacum outscored the Cougars 37-19 in the final period.

Anthony Wiederkehr led Lakewood with 25 points.

Lakewood plays Lambrick Park of Victoria, B.C., in today’s title game. The tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Lakewood High School.

At Lakewood

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Chimacum-C. Worley 12, Freitas 2, Gray 39, Casel 6, N. Worley 3 (remaining scorers unavailable). Lakewood-Borosov 13, Connor 4, Wiederkehr 25, Besancon 8, Queen 15, Savage 2, Kon 1. 3-point goals-C. Worley 1, Gray 5, Borosov 2, Conner 1, Wiederkehr 2. JV score-Lakewood 65, Chimacum 20. Records-Chimacum 4-2 overall. Lakewood 4-3.

Friday Harbor 71, G.P. Vanier 29: Junior center John Hamilton scored 24 points to lead Friday Harbor to a win over G.P. Vanier of British Columbia.

A second-quarter press helped Friday Harbor (7-1) outscore the visitors 26-6 and open a 39-9 halftime lead.

At Friday Harbor

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G.P. Vanier-Grant 1, Enns 2, Levins 19, Hilberry 7 Friday Harbor-Hart 5, Roberts 11, Rothlisberger 2, Ukra 4, Stoddard 8, Roe 6, Gerhardstein 9, Hamilton 24, Cumming 2. 3-point goals-Levins 2, Roberts 1, Hart 1. Records-Friday Harbor 3-1, 7-1.

Blaine 58, South Whidbey 37: Duston Sidhu scored 11 points and Tanner McInerney added 10 for South Whidbey in the non-league loss.

At Blaine

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South Whidbey-Sidhu 11, Parrick 2, Ward 5, Stallman 5, Hosmer 4, McInerney 10. Blaine-Goodwin 10, Borden 13, Goldsby 7, Paciorek 9, Pianki 1, Sylvester 9, N. Dodgson 7, V, Dodgson 2. 3-point goals-Sidhu 1, Borden 3. Records-South Whidbey 1-5, Blaine 4-4.

Girls Basketball

Alameda 72, King’s 60: The little school that could finally met a powerhouse it could not topple.

The King’s High School girls basketball team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday as the Knights fell to Alameda, Calif., 70-62 in the semifinals of the Surf and Slam Tournament in San Diego.

The loss dropped King’s to 10-1.

Sara Mosiman scored 24 points to lead King’s. Her teammate Hayley Zevenbergen had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Knights.

“We just did not shoot the ball that well tonight,” King’s coach Eric Rasmussen said.

King’s had advanced to the semifinals by knocking off St. Joseph’s of New York 66-44 in the quarterfinals.

At San Diego

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Alameda-Hyche 10, Baskerville 4, Blaisdell 9, Armijo 4, Wong 6, Bonner 8, Miller 14, Clanandery 15 King’s-Zevenbergen 13, Strand 5, Clauson 7, Faidley 5, Kieling 2, Mayhle 6 , Mosiman 24. 3-point goals-Strand 1, Faidley 1, Blasedale 1, Wong 1, Clandery 4. Records-King’s 10-1 overall. Alameda 7-3.

Lakewood 42, Chimacum 34: Lakewood, which had just five players, outscored Chimacum 20-7 in the fourth quarter to pull out the win at the Lakewood Cougar Classic.

Courtney Seiber fueled the Cougars’ comeback with nine of her team-high 18 points in the final period. She also had four of her seven steals in the quarter.

Jennifer Lind, a 5-11 freshman, made her varsity debut for the Cougars and finished with six points and 12 rebounds.

At Lakewood

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Lakewood94920-42

Chimacum-Monroe 8, Friedick 2, Eldridge 11, Arey 5, H. Gale 2, Bowe 2, K. Gale 4. Lakewood-Hargrove 7, Seiber 18, Overman 8, Gamman 3, Lind 6. Records-Lakewood 3-3, 1-0 in league.

Cascade Christian 45, Lakewood 29: Tessa Krebs led Cascade Christian in its win over a Lakewood split squad that had just five players. Krebs finished with 12 points. The Lakewood team was put together when La Conner dropped out of the Cougar Holiday Classic. Megan Avery (14 rebounds) and Kayla Walter (seven blocks) led Lakewood.

At Lakewood

Cascade Christian1313118 – 45

Lakewood B10559 – 29

Cascade Christian-Behrends 6, Colton 3, Krebs 12, Washburn 6, Keil 2, Stadder 6, Rodenberg 2, Edgecombe 8 Lakewood-Hoyden 4, Stewart 8, Bader 8, Walter 7 Avery 2. 3-point goals-Krebs 2, Bader 2, Walter 1. Records-Cascade Christian 6-1 overall, Lakewood 1-0, 3-3.

Coupeville 48, Orcas Island 31: Lexie Black scored 12 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and had six blocks, and her sister Brittany added 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead Coupeville to the Northwest A League victory. The game was played at KeyArena in Seattle.

At Seattle

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Coupeville13141110-48

Orcas Island-Sare 6, Peacock 17, Tellffen 2, Taylor 2, Wrightsman 2, J. Peacaock 2. Coupeville-Jenkins 4, Clark 8, Lamb 2, Davis 8, L. Black 12, B. Black 10, Burgoyne 1, Gaddis 1, West 2. Records-Orcas Island 2-2 in league. Coupeville 4-0, 4-4.

Seattle Christian 35, Darrington 32: Eliza Schillhammer scored 12 points to lead Darrington in its loss at the Seattle Christian Christmas Tournament.

At Seattle

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Seattle Christian951011-35

Darrington-Bryson 6, Nations 4, Turner 4, Schillhammer 12, Fromong 2, Harris 4. Seattle Christian-Ventoza 10, Homad 8, Simpson 5, Fredricksen 6, Peterson 6. 3-point goals-Homad 1, Simpson 1, Ventoza 1. Records-Darrington 4-5 overall.

Meridian 45, Shorewood 33: Meridian outscored Shorewood 16-8 in the fourth quarter to break open a tight game at the Storm Winter Classic at Squalicum High School.

At Bellingham

Shorewood68118-33

Meridian812916 – 45

Shorewood-Fleck 10, Eskridge 5, West 1, Pettigrew 3, Tulce 10, Ozog 4 Meridian-Johnson 13, Alvord 12, Huffman 10, Enegren 2, Reinke 2, Hayes 4, Ruzicka 2 3-point goals-Pettigrew 1, Tulee 1, Johnson 2. Records-Shorewood 2-3 conference, 2-4 overall, Meridian 1-1, 6-2.

Blaine 43, South Whidbey 42: South Whidbey’s Caitie Newman led all scorers with 15 points, but it wasn’t enough as Blaine narrowly escaped with the non-league victory.

At Blaine

South Whidbey13107 12 – 42

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South Whidbey-Dumke 6, Lavassar 6, Eaton 6, Newman 15, Roberts 2, Madison 1, Burton 6 Blaine-Riddle 3, Hendrickson 4, Robertson 2, Kramer 10, Nix 13, Harmening 6, Stull 3, Bird 2. 3-point goals-Eaton 2, Dumke 1. Records-South Whidbey 4-3 overall, Blaine 5-3.

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