Meadowdale posts last-second win

MUKILTEO — Saying it was a close game would be an understatement.

The Kamiak and Meadowdale boys basketball teams ended the first half at Kamiak High School in a 24-point tie and the score was still tied with one second remaining when Meadowdale sealed a 50-48 Wesco South win on a jump shot by senior Evan Matteson.

“It was a good basketball game,” said Kamiak head coach Greg Turcott. “Hard fought the whole way. Close game throughout.”

With two minutes left in the first half, Kamiak (3-4, 4-6) went on a 6-0 run to tie the Mavericks going into the third quarter. The game was also tied when sophomore EJ Brown hit an impressive full court shot at the end of the third to put the Knights ahead by three.

The teams stayed close throughout the fourth quarter and Kamiak’s Jerad Parcells found the basket to tie the score with 10 seconds to go. But Matteson, who scored 11 points and had six blocks, sealed the win for Meadowdale in the final second.

“The fourth quarter they outplayed us,” said Turcott. “They played solid down the stretch. They know how to win,”

Skylar Stormo led Kamiak with 10 points and 11 rebounds while Meadowdale’s Matt Gorman had 16 points and 10 rebounds.

At Kamiak H.S.

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Meadowdale — Beeson, Clampitt 6, Dooley, Epstein, Gorman 16, Hamlett 2, Matteson 11, O’Neill 6, P. Werner 5, S. Werner 4. Kamiak — Brown 3, Dremlyuga 6, Este-McDonald 9, Houghtaling, Ju. Glenn 1, Lachapelle 4, Parcells 9, Ruppel 6, Stormo 10. 3-point goals — Lachapelle 1, Brown 1, Dremlyuga 1, P. Werner 1. Records — Meadowdale 5-2 league, 9-2 overall. Kamiak 3-4, 4-6.

Mariner 49, Mountlake Terrace 44: At Mountlake Terrace, the Marauders hit eight of nine free throws during the final minutes to seal the Wesco South victory. Danny Chhann had 18 points and Damascus Purnell had 14 to lead Mariner. Tarik Kunduklija led Mountlake Terrace with 16 points.

At M. Terrace H.S.

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Mariner — Bastys, Chhann 18, Doerscher 4, J. Dillon 7, Malysheff 4, Minor, Purnell 14, T. Dillon 2. Mountlake Terrace — Beeninga 3, Bouche 3, Clingan 2, C Kunduklija 16, Robinson 6, Sells 5, Strieby 9. 3-point goals — J. Dillon 1, Chhann 2, Beeninga 1, Sells 1, Bouche 1. Records — Mariner 6-1 league, 9-1 overall. M. Terrace 3-4, 4-7.

Lynnwood 56, Shorecrest 52: At Lynnwood, Aaron Matzen scored a game-high 22 points and Lynnwood held off Shorecrest in a Wesco South game. Mark Golike led Shorecrest with 11 points.

At Lynnwood H.S.

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Shorecrest — Bermudez, Clevenger 4, Dodge 6, Golike 11, Hake 6, Harris 3, Jochim, Kanuch 10, Meyers 10, Sullivan 2. Lynnwood — Beatty 11, Fajemisin 13, Hill 5, Hunsinger 3, Matzen 22, Meinken 2, Milne, Wilson. 3-point goals — Meyers 2, Harris 1, Hake 2, Kanuch 2, Golike 1, Hill 1, Beatty 1, Hunsinger 1, Matzen 2. Records — Shorecrest 0-7 league, 3-8 overall. Lynnwood 3-5, 5-7.

Jackson 95, Shorewood 93 (2 OT): At Shoreline, David Sullivan’s buzzer-beating putback of his own missed shot clinched the double-overtime win for Jackson, overshadowing a school-record, 54-point performance from Shorewood wing Stuart Harvey.

Jackson had five players in double figures, led by Sullivan’s 21. Josh Gootee had 11, Brett Kingma had 19, Ryan Todd had 16, and Bryan Koch had 12 for the Timberwolves.

Tomas Sanchez and Taylor Hartman each had 11 points for Shorewood.

At Shorewood H.S.

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Jackson — Gay 2, Gootee 11, Kellogg, Kingma 19, Koch 12, Oh 7, Rucker 2, Sullivan 21, Todd 16, Wishko 5. Shorewood — Abdillahi, Hartman 11, Harvey 54, Haug 2, Marrese, McClellan 2, Mitchell 5, Pillay, Sanchez 11, Wood 8. 3-point goals — Kingma 2, Gootee 1, Sullivan 1. Records — Jackson 5-2 league, 6-5 overall. Shorewood 1-6, 2-9.

Stanwood 62, Everett 52: At Stanwood, Zack Johnson scored eight of his 18 points in the fourth quarter as Stanwood pulled away from a 1-point lead to win the Wesco North game. The Spartans Pete Edlund had five of his six assists in the second half.

At Stanwood H.S.

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Everett — Brown 5, Frauenholtz 2, Grim Jr. 3, Gunnerson, Hennings, Homer 6, Jones 14, Mattson 12, Murray 4, Nguyen 6. Stanwood — Chabot, Edlund 4, Johnson 18, Klempel 2, Lawrence 10, Orcutt 7, Schmidt 11, Williams 10, Zipp, Zweber. 3-point goals — chmidt 3, Brown 1. Records — Everett 3-4 league, 3-7 overall. Stanwood 5-3, 6-6.

Marysville-Pilchuck 70, Arlington 57: At Marysville, Taylor Stevens scored a game-high 26 points leading Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco North win. The Tomahawks shot a perfect 13-for-13 in their 23-point fourth quarter. Tyler Busby led the Eagles with 16 points, 15 on five 3-pointers. Teammate Will Heath added 15 for Arlington.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

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Arlington — Barber 2, Busby 16, Cooper, Heath 15, Larson 6, McPherson 3, Peterson, Richardson 3, Scarth 12. Marysville-Pilchuck — Forsythe 14, Greene, Kelly, Lanphere 6, Lovell, Scheller 5, Stevens 26, Thomason 19. 3-point goals — Thomason 1, Stevens 2, Richardson 1, Larson 2, Busby 5. Records — Arlington 1-6 league, 2-9 overall. M-P 4-3, 6-5.

Monroe 54, Oak Harbor 38: At Monroe, James MacIntyre scored 15 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and blocked four shots to lead Monroe to the Wesco North win. Jason Wright added 13 points for the Bearcats. Rodrick Rumble led the Wildcats with 16 points.

At Monroe H.S.

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Oak Harbor — Brooks 5, Dudley, Edens 2, Haley, Lamont, Howard, McCardle 9, Rouser, Rumble 16, Smith, Stout 6, Waller. Monroe — Bunge 8, Churlin, Lucke, MacIntyre 15, Macke 4, Ohlsen, Pearl 8, Shelford, Sonneveldt, Waltman 6, Wright 13. 3-point goals — Wright 3, Bunge 2, Stout 2. Records — OH 1-6 league, 2-10 overall. Monroe 4-3, 7-4.

Cascade 79, Australian team 36: At Everett, Cascade led by 18 at the end of the first period and 28 at halftime in a non-league victory against a team from Australia. Five players scored in double figures for Cascade, which was led by Chris McGrath’s 16.

At Cascade H.S.

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Australian team — Brennan 2, Broadeent 11, Ashvy 8, Cefei, Maina 3, Renshaw 3, Ryan 2, Dorsey 3, McDonald 4. Cascade — Barton 9, Hancock 11, Joyce, King 2, McDaniels 13, McGrath 16, Ogundadegbe, Reading 12, Tolpingrud 2, Walker 14. 3-point goals — McGrath 2, Hancock 1. Record — Cascade 3-8 overall.

Coupeville 52, Archbishop Murphy 45: At Coupeville, Alex Evans and Kramer O’Keefe combined for 42 points, 18 rebounds and four 3-point field goals in Coupeville’s Cascade Conference win. O’Keefe led all scorers with 24 points to go along with his eight rebounds and Evans had 18 points and 10 boards for Coupeville.

At Coupeville H.S.

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Archbishop Murphy — Bourke 6, Clancy 6, Hards 3, McCann 5, Melton 12, Quinlan 8, Sherrer 3, Smith 2. Coupeville — Evans 18, O’Keefe 24, Peters 2, Smith 4, Wacker 2, Wilcox 2. 3-point goals — Evans 3, O’Keefe 1. JV score—Archbishop Murphy 71, Coupeville 49. Records — A. Murphy 2-2 league, 4-6 overall. Coupeville 2-3, 6-5.

King’s 59, S. Whidbey 35: At Langley, Erich Fuhlendorf scored 12 points to lead King’s to the Cascade Conference victory. Eric Stallman had 13 points for South Whidbey.

At Arlington H.S.

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King’s — Hardy 9, Ayers 6, Fuhlendorf 12, Brugger 1, McDonald 6, Talbot 2, Marr 7, O’Neil 7, Clocksin 9. S. Whidbey — Carey 2, Brasko 2, Baker 4, Blakey 3, Barnett 11, Eric Stallman 13. 3-pointers — Hardy 3, Fuhlendorf, Stallman. Records — King’s 5-0 league, 7-4 overall. S. Whidbey — 1-3 league, 5-5 overall.

Lakewood 68, Granite Falls 61: At Granite Falls, Brad Beard scored 28 points and pulled in 10 rebounds to lead Lakewood to the Cascade Conference win. Billy Rist scored 16 for Lakewood.

At Granite Falls H.S.

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Lakewood — Black 2, Diamond 11, Dragich 5, Fry 14, Hesselman, Lawson 3, Lays 2, Leach, Ordonez 8, Rist 16. Granite Falls — Beard 28, Hillery 16, Howard 2, Knudson 14, Ogren 3, Walcker, Walker 3, Whitt 2. 3-point goals — Fry 1, Rist 1, Diamond 1, Knudson 1. Records — Lakewood 1-3 league, 3-7 overall. GF 2-2, 5-5.

Cedarcrest 66, Sultan 51: At Sultan, Cedarcrest used a 21-0 run spanning parts of the third and fourth quarters to overcome a 34-31 Sultan lead and win the Cascade Conference contest. Cullen Hammontree led Cedarcrest with 23 points and Alex Fromm added 20. Jordan Nicholes led Sultan with 23 points.

At Sultan H.S.

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Cedarcrest — Cook 2, Cu. Hammontree 23, Fromm 20, LaBate 6, Leland 6, Padron 7. Sultan — Barnhill 2, Clarke, Cogger 2, Cotterill, Grossi 5, Hoiland 4, Johnson 10, LaMunyon 5, Nicholes 23, Ruddock, VanWyngarden. 3-point goals — LaMunyon 1, Nicholes 5, Cu. Hammontree 1. Records — Cedarcrest 3-1 league, 8-3 overall. Sultan 1-3, 2-8.

La Conner 45, Friday Harbor 33: At Friday Harbor, La Conner dropped in eight 3-point field goals and combined those with a tough defensive effort to stop Friday Harbor and stay unbeaten at 11-0. La Conner’s Jason Lindeman led all scorers with 17 points in the Northwest 1A/2B League game.

At Friday Harbor H.S.

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La Conner — C. Mcknight 13, Lindeman 17, Marble 4, Pierson 4, Thostenson 7. Friday Harbor — Er. Nash 6, J. Nash 5, Fowler 7, Gustafson 2, Lawson 4, Lopez 9. 3-point goals — Lindeman 4, McNight 3, Marble 1, J. Nash 1. Records — La Conner 4-0 league, 11-0 overall. FH 3-1, 7-3.

Shoreline Christian 51, Orcas Island 32: At Eastsound, Thaddeus Gincig hit two 3-pointers and scored eight points for Orcas Island, but Remy Hudson scored 12 points to help Shoreline Christian take a Northwest 1A/2B victory.

At Orcas Island H.S.

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Shoreline Christian — Dovinh 8, Deelstra 3, Kim, T. Hudson, R. Hudson 12, Ryder 5, Taniguchi 10, Vermeer 15. Orcas Island — Coe 3, Diepenbrock 6, Doherty, Gincig 8, Janssen 1, Langworthy, Liedecker 1, Nigretto 6, Shaw 7. 3-point goals — Gincig 2, R. Hudson, Ryder. Records — SC 3-2 league, 6-6 overall. OI 1-4, 1-7.

Highland Christian 67, Tulalip Heritage 54: At Tulalip, John Enge scored scored 21 points and Craig Crawford hit four 3-pointers to hand Highland Christian a Northwest 1B victory. Highland Christian outscored Tulalip Heritage 25-8 in the fourth quarter to offset Jordan Wasko’s 32 points.

At Tulalip Boys and Girls Club

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Highland Christian Prep — Baughman, C. Brown 17, Crawford 14, Enge 21, J. Brown, Kelly 12, Miles, Putnam, Simmons 3, Sorenson, Teal. Tulalip Heritage — Davis 4, George 2, Henry 2, Johnson 10, Mathias 4, Wasko 32, Wayne. 3-point goals — Wasko 4, Johnson 2, Enge, Crawford 4. Records — HC 2-1 league, 7-2 overall. TH 0-3, 3-6.

Grace Academy 52, Lummi 50: At Marysville, Grace Academy upended Lummi despite shooting 3-for-12 from the line in the fourth quarter. Zac Israel hit four 3-pointers and poured in 26 points for the Eagles.

At Grace Academy H.S.

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Lummi — James 3, Tom 9, Dennis 1, Jefferson 19 2, Jameson 1, Revey 4, Lopez 1, Wilson 12. Grace Academy — Ga. Weinberg 4, Gr. Weinberg 14, Israel 26 4, McAuliffe 2, J. Lee 0, Young 6. 3-point goals — Jefferson 2, Tom, Israel 4. Records — Lummi 2-1 league, 5-3 overall. GA 2-1, 6-6.

Lopez Island 67, Mt. Vernon sophs 46: At Mount Vernon, Lopez Island senior Jordan Smith lit up the Mt. Vernon Sophmores for 38 points to lead the Lobos to a non-conference victory. Teammate Alex Buffum chipped in three 3-pointers and 12 points.

At Mt. Vernon H.S.

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Lopez Island — A. Cook 3, Buffum 12, Carson, Christopherson 4, Dretske, Hoffman, Jardine 2, Samuel 8, Smith 38 1. Mt. Vernon sophs — Leer 2, Wyatt 2, Evans, Tourtillott, Ayers 6, Phipps 3, Fletcher, Holmstorm, Chaplin 8. Cervates 8, Purcell 2, Packard 14, Scott. 3-point goals — Smith, A. Cook, Buffum 3. Record — Lopez Island 8-0 overall, Mt. Vernon not recorded.

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