PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Schmidt gets Stanwood off to a fast start

EVERETT — Kale Schmidt knocked down all three of his 3-point attempts and shot 5-for-6 overall for 13 points in the first quarter of Stanwood’s Wesco North opener against Everett.

Schmidt totaled 18 points on the night to lead Stanwood to a 79-47 victory.

“He came out real strong shooting the ball,” Everett head coach Aaron Nations said.

Zack Johnson also chipped in 18 points for the Spartans, shooting 8-for-10 from the free-throw line.

“In the first half if it wasn’t (Schmidt) it was Johnson,” Nations said.

Nations said Stanwood kept a steady pace in the second quarter and poured it on again in the third quarter behind Brock Reinecke, who scored all seven of his points in the period.

Luke Frauenholtz led the Seagulls with 10 points.

At Everett H.S.

Stanwood22151725—79

Everett1110719—47

Stanwood—Garcea 3, Jamieson 5, Youngren 3, Haugstad 5, Reinecke 7, Schmidt 18, T. Harris 3, Cook 1, Schroyer 4, Johnson 18, McCune 4, Taylor 8. Everett—Sissel 0, Vandelac 4, Brown 2, Edwards 8, McKinnon 7, Gebert 2, Miedema 0, Dickson 4, Sontra 6, Barhanovich 2, Frauenholtz 10, Daly 2. 3-point goals—Edwards 1, Jamieson 1 Younger 1, Reinecke 1, Schmidt 4, Harris 1. Records—Stanwood 1-0 league, 1-2 overall. Everett 0-1, 0-3.

Snohomish 49, Monroe 44: At Monroe, Jonathan McGee had 20 points and accounted for half of Snohomish’s 16 points in the second quarter, and Luke Hamlin had 15 points to lead Snohomish to the Wesco North win. Joey Roppo (13 points) and Cole Parker (12 points) led Monroe.

At Monroe H.S.

Snohomish9161410—49

Monroe871613—44

Snohomish—Hamlin 15, Sterley 0, Simpson 0, Newell 0, Carlson 8, Savage 0, Reichenberger 2, McGee 20, Steele 4, Caldwell 0. Monroe—Roppo 13, Bunge 3, Love 0, Turner 0, Drivstuen 6, Ulanovskiy 5, Jensen 2, Lustyuk 0, Meeus 3, Parker 12. 3-point goals—Roppo 1, Bunge 1, Hamlin 1, Carlson 1. Records—Snohomish 1-0 league, 1-2 overall. Monroe 0-1, 0-2.

Cascade 72, Marysville-Pilchuck 44: At Everett, Chris McGrath paced the Bruins with 17 points and also contributed four steals to lead Cascade to the victory in its Wesco North opener. Cascade had 37 total rebounds, led by Spencer Hancock and Jordan Garrett, who eached grabbed nine.

At Cascade H.S.

Marysville-Pilchuck841319—44

Cascade14161428—72

Marysville-Pilchuck—Stokes 4, Co. Dockendorf 0, Kiblinger 2, Hinkley 10, Shannon 7, Oden 2, Ch. Dockendorf 0, Emch 3, Stevens 5, Calahan 7, Parker 2. Cascade—Bruce 2, Eaton 0, Taylor 10, McGrath 17, Hancock 10, Jackson Jr. 3, Garrett 5, Hilliard 2, Nelson 3, McDaniels 12, Cline 4, Barton 4. 3-point goals—Hinkley 2, Shannon 1, Taylor 1, Hancock 1, McDaniels 1. Records—Marysville-Pilchuck 0-1 league, 1-2 overall. Cascade 1-0, 1-2.

Burlington-Edison 82, Oak Harbor 48: At Burlington, Michael Washington Jr. led Oak Harbor with 17 points in the non-conference game.

At Burlington-Edison H.S.

Oak Harbor1215129—48

Burlington-Edison26212114—82

Oak Harbor—Smith 4, Fakkema 4, Anter 6, Bratt 0, Harden 9, Boesch 4, Stout 4, Tillotson 0, T. Paul 0, C. Paul 0, Washington Jr. 17. Burlington-Edison—Garcia 8, Coulter 20, W. Stewart 14, C. Stewart 17, Boe 0, Reed 2, Nelson 0, Conijn 19, Luiten 2, Agen 0. 3-point goals—Washington 1, Harden 1, Garcia 2, C. Stewart 3. Records—Oak Harbor 1-2 overall. Burlington-Edison 2-0.

Mountlake Terrace 54, Kamiak 45: At Mukilteo, senior post Connor Conrad scored a game-high 15 points and grabbed six rebounds for Kamiak in the Wesco South contest.

At Kamiak H.S.

Mountlake Terrace12131019—54

Kamiak7101018—45

Mountlake Terrace—Powell 7, Johnson 4, Eftekhari 4, Higgins 4, Champoux 15, Haldane 2, Karels 5, Cano 6, Erickson 1, Swanstrom 0, Snow 6. Kamiak—Berg 4, Makori 5, Self 4, Lee 3, Manchester 8, Houghtaling 6, Conrad 15. 3-point goals—Makori 1, Powell 1, Champoux 1. Records—Mountlake Terrace 2-0 league, 2-0 overall. Kamiak 1-2, 1-2.

Lynnwood 52, Mariner 40: At Lynnwood, Simi Fajemisin had 17 points and 15 rebounds and Anthony Edwards had 17 points and eight assists to lead the Royals to their first Wesco South win.

At Lynnwood H.S.

Mariner159610—40

Lynnwood14151112—52

Mariner—Williams 2, Kiehl 15, Reola 2, Coles 15, McCulloch 6, Gray 0, Parra 0. Lynnwood—Tamirat 2, Kulej 0, Norde 0, Haney 0, Nut 8, Le 5, Edwards 17, Botts 3, Fajemisin 17. 3-point goals—Kiehl 3, Coles 1, Nut 2, Edwards 2. Records—Mariner 0-1 league, 0-1 overall. Lynnwood 1-1, 1-2.

Shorecrest 65, Edmonds-Woodway 52: At Edmonds, Shorecrest knocked down all eight of its fourth-quarter free-throws to pull away from Edmonds-Woodway and earn a victory in its Wesco South opener. Isaiah Clevenger led the Scots with 21 points.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

Shorecrest14171024—65

Edmonds-Woodway12151213—52

Shorecrest—Clevenger 21, T. McCoy 0, Diel 6, Hake 11, Bateman 5, B. McCoy 2, Brown 9, Chibuogwu 11, Johnson 0, Ghebrehiwot 0, Shattuck 0. Edmonds-Woodway—Rupple 5, Bury 10, Wooley 2, Degrazia 7, Kwon 0, Jordan 16, Choi 1, Berg 2, Willcock 9, Butler 0. 3-point goals—Bury 3, Rupple 1, Jordan 1, Willcock 1, Clevenger 1 Diel 2, Hake 1. Records—Shorecrest 1-0 league, 2-0 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 0-1, 0-1.

Shorewood 50, Meadowdale 45: At Shoreline, Shorewood’s different defensive looks in the first quarter stymied Meadowdale, which was limited to six points. Shorewood held off Meadowdale’s seven 3-pointers in the second half of the Wesco South game. Shorewood’s Micah Mitchell had 15 points and Jerry Smallwood had all 11 points in the first half to help the Thunderbirds.

At Shorewood H.S.

Meadowdale6101415—45

Shorewood1217129—50

Meadowdale—Neff-Warner 11, Linton 0, Werner 6, Beucherie 9, Tallman 8, Gage 0, Dooley 2, Sand 6, Buck 1, Hamlett 2, . Shorewood—Brazell 0, Carroll 0, Mitchell 15, Kadiric 14, Berquist 2, Smallwood 11, Simpkins 8. 3-point goals—Neff-Warner 3, Werner 1, Beucherie 3, Mitchell 2, Smallwood 3. Records—Meadowdale 0-1 league, 0-1 overall. Shorewood 1-0, 1-1.

Sultan 60, Cedar Park Christian 45: At Sultan, Theo VandenEkart scored four of Sultan’s six, first-quarter 3-point goals as the Turks got out to a nine-point lead en route to a non-league win. VandenEkart finished with six 3s and 22 points.

At Sultan H.S.

Cedar Park Chr.118177—45

Sultan20121216—60

Cedar Park Christian—Broman 0, McCullough 10, Suridyuk 11, Soellick 5, Accornero 0, Kragerud 1, Lin 4, Gutheral 0, Stephenson 12. Sultan—Ruddock 10, Beebe 10, Cotterill 0, Knoles 11, VandenEkart 22, Rutz 0, Hatton 5, Alwood 0, Pruitt 2, Hall 0. 3-point goals—McCullough 1, Suridyuk 2, Stephenson 1, Ruddock 2, VandenEkart 6, Hatton 1. Records—Cedar Park Christian 0-2 overall. Sultan 1-2.

Bellingham 52, Lakewood 38: At Marysville, Lakewood’s Tre Haslom scored 16 points and blocked four shots in the non-conference loss.

At Lakewood H.S.

Bellingham1015720—52

Lakewood213815—38

Bellingham—Wells 0, Layton 1, Couvelier 10, Check 2, Christie 13, Buckham 8, Holmes 0, Jamison 0, Clitheroe 6, Taumaoe 0, Ayers 6, McKell 5, Troutman 3. Lakewood—Fry 2, Lujan 0, Bird 2, Wiersma 3, Stanton 0, VonPein 6, Haslom 16, Jones 1, Hesselman 5, Sanders 0, Diggs 3. 3-point goals—Christie 1. Records—Bellingham 2-2 overall. Lakewood 0-3.

Coupeville 47, La Conner 39: At La Conner, Hunter Hammer led the charge for Coupeville with a double-double (18 points, 15 rebounds), and Coupeville outscored La Conner 19-14 in the fourth quarter for the non-conference win.

At La Conner H.S.

Coupeville911819—47

La Conner710814—39

Coupeville—Wilcox 6, Bagby 9, Hayes, Smith 4, E. King, T. King 2, Brookhouse 3, Miranda, Engle, Walstad 5, Hammer 18. La Conner—Novak, M. Wilbur 5, James 7, Lindeman 8, Anderson, G. Wilbur 2, Alotrico, McKnight 4, Carr 1, Willey 12, Mejlaender, Howlett, Poulton, Fohn. 3-point goals—M. Wilbur 1, Lindeman 2, McKnight 1, Willey 2, Bagby 1, Brookhouse 1. Records—Coupeville 2-0 overall. La Conner 0-1.

Darrington 49, Puget Sound Adventist 47: At Kirkland, in a back-and-forth game, Darrington drew up a play trailing by one point with five seconds remaining and Johnny Nash hit a half-court shot with just over a second remaining, vaulting the Loggers to the non-conference win. Nash finished the game with 20 points, including five 3-pointers.

At Puget Sound Adventist H.S.

Darrington8101910—49

Puget Sound Adventist179138—47

Darrington—Nash 20, Fenstermaker 0, Gillette 12, Olson 0, Barker 5, Schoneman 6, Meece 0, McMillion 4. Puget Sound Adventist—Chinn 5, Jones 13, Park 17, Nash 6, Anderson 3, Hutton 4. 3-point goals—Jones 3, Park 1, Nash 1, J. Nash 5. Records—Darrington 1-2 overall. Puget Sound Adventist not reported.

Seattle Lutheran 46, Shoreline Christian 41: At Shoreline, Brooks Drollinger had 15 points for Seattle Christian in its first non-conference loss of the season. After falling behind by 10 points in the first quarter, Seattle Christian battled back to get within five in the final quarter.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

Seattle Lutheran1571610—46

Shoreline Christian591710—41

Seattle Lutheran—Jones 3, Mullan 15, Nigon 1, Lisko 15, Driscoll 2, Simmons 2, Ovenshine 8, Heckett 0. Shoreline Christian—Hudson 9, Jacobs 4, Deelstra 4, Drollinger 15, Bauman 2, Lidstrom 7, Taniguichi 0, DeKoekkoek 0. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Seattle Lutheran not reported. Shoreline Christian 2-1.

Tulalip Heritage 69, Skykomish 43: At Skykomish, Shawn Comenote led all scores with 21 points to lead Tulalip Heritage to victory in its opening Northwest 1B game. Cody Wahl paced Skykomish with 18 points.

At Skykomish H.S.

Tulalip Heritage15121923—69

Skykomish5111215—43

Tulalip Heritage—George 9, Davis 15, Enick 2, Reedy 8, Williams 0, Comenote 21, Hatch 2, McCeane 12, Henry 0. Skykomish—C. Wahl 18, K. Wahl 10, Musser 5, Hanis 10, Dorgan 0. 3-point goals—C. Wahl 1, George 1, Davis 1, Comenote 2. Records—Tulalip Heritage 1-0 league, 2-0 overall. Skykomish 0-1, 0-1.

Grace Academy 31, Highland Christian 19: At Marysville, Grace Academy held Highland Christian to eight points in the second half, and the Eagles started off Northwest 1B League play with a win.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Highland Christian5644—19

Grace Academy11956—31

Highland Christian—Teal 3, Breekveldt 0, Jahraus 0, Wold 15, Star 0, Poortinga 1, Donnelson 0, Kirshenbaum. Grace Academy—Kelly 0, Weinberg 20, N. Lugg 2, Eldrom 0, Harrington 7, Jorgenson 2, Young 0. 3-point goals—Weinberg 4. Records—Highland Christian 0-1 league, 0-1 overall. Grace Academy 1-0, 2-1.

Girls basketball

Bellingham 51, Lakewood 39: At Bellingham, Tawny Julius scored 25 points to lead Bellingham to the non-league win in the Cougars’ season opener. Kayley Mizell had 15 points to lead Lakewood.

At Bellingham H.S.

Lakewood5101014—39

Bellingham15111114—51

Lakewood—Darrah 2, Clark 7, Wessell 10, Eby 4, Austad 0, Orr 3, Mizell 15, Smith 0. Bellingham—Pearsall 14, T. Julius 25, Kaui 4, Halversen 4, Chatmay 2, Mallahan 0, Claire 0, Bates 0, McKell, Gulyas 0, K. Julius 0, Wayerski 0. 3-point goals—Wessell 1, Mizell 1, Julius 3. JV score—Bellingham 37, Lakewood 14. Records—Lakewood 0-1 overall. Bellingham 1-1.

Squalicum 66, Sultan 38: At Bellingham, Cassie Beucherie had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds and Bianca O’Hara added 13 points for Sultan in the Turks’ non-conference loss.

At Squalicum H.S.

Sultan412913—38

Squalicum18101711—56

Sultan—Batts 6, Wiedeger 0, Hopkins 0, Hassler 0, O’Hara 13, Haney 5, Johnson 3, Beucherie 11. Squalicum—Grattic 12, Ulrich 7, Seldal 0, Horne 14, Wallace 2, Stackhouse 8, Vlosich 1, Kimmie 6, Kaui 6. 3-point goals—Ulrich 1, Horne 1, Stackhouse 1, O’Hara 1, Beucherie 1. Records—Sultan 1-2 overall. Squalicum 2-0.

Archbishop Murphy 67, Baker 24: At Everett, Shelby Lyman was a perfect 5-for-5 from beyond the 3-point arc and scored all 18 of her points in the first half as Archbishop Murphy pulled away early in the non-conference game to earn the Wildcats’ first win of the season. Savannah Fletcher added 12 points and five blocked shots for Murphy.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Mt. Baker4938—24

Archbishop Murphy15221812—67

Mt. Baker—Stalin 0, Hart 0, Baisten 17, L. Frey 2, K. Frey 0, Lallas 2, Scoles 0, Davila 0, Hickey 0, Oiness 1, Coston 2. Archbishop Murphy—M. Carlson 5, Ericksen 10, Lyman 18, Bartholomew 10, Begert 4, Vincent 2, Pettinger 3, Fletcher 12, Rasmussen 3. 3-point goals—Baisten 3, Ericksen 2, Lyman 5, Bartholomew 2. Records—Mt. Baker 0-2 overall. Archbishop Murphy 1-2.

Bothell 49, King’s 44: At Bothell, Joclyn Kirton (14 points) and Ellie Rasmussen (13 points) led a comeback for King’s that fell short in the non-conference game. After taking a three-point lead into the second quarter, the Knights were outscored 20-7 by Bothell.

At Bothell H.S.

King’s1271411—44

Bothell920812—49

King’s—Berendsen 2, Rasmussen 13, Storkson 6, Adams 3, Berg 0, Kirton 14, Fairley 3, Ballenger 3. Bothell—Anderson 0, Gleed 7, Hayer 4, Rider 0, Dahl 10, Rohrbaugh 2, Campbell 15, Dodson 0, Dusenberry 11. 3-point goals—Dahl 2, Rasmussen 1. Records—King’s 0-2 overall. Bothell 1-2.

La Conner 47, Coupeville 37: At La Conner, Coupeville trailed 20-1, but Megan Smith (13 points) scored eight points in the second quarter to close the gap to five at to 23-18. But La Conner added to the margin to win the non-league game by double-digits.

At La Conner H.S.

Coupeville114814—37

La Conner1891010—47

Coupeville—Boyd 0, Rosenkrance 8, O’Keefe 6, Smith 13, Boonstra 0, Hesselgrave 9, Manker 0, Arnold 1. La Conner—Ponce-Venegas 2, Bruce, Finley 9, Raymond 17, Mcclung 4, Allman 6, Pedroza 2, Gilkey 2, Miller 2. 3-point goals—Finley 1, Smith 3. Records—Coupeville 2-1 overall. La Conner 1-0.

Seattle Lutheran 36, Shoreline Christian 12: At Shoreline, Seattle Lutheran posted the only double-digit quarter in the non-conference game with 16 points in the third period.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

Seattle Lutheran84168—36

Shoreline Christian6240—12

Seattle Lutheran—Mahboub 8, Crunican 8, Jacobs 2, French 2, Dunn 14, Watford 2. Shoreline Christian—Hoskin 2, Schneider 10. 3-point goals—none. Records—Seattle Lutheran not reported. Shoreline Christian 0-3 overall.

Darrington 71, Puget Sound Advenist 30: At Kirkland, Hailey Wales made 11 of her 14 shots and had eight rebounds and seven steals to lead the way for Darrington in the non-league game. Randi Wales made six of her 10 shots and had 12 points and 13 rebounds for the Loggers.

At Puget Sound Adventist H.S.

Darrington16142219—71

Puget Sound Adventist77610—30

Darrington—Fanning 2, Gentry 2, H. Wales 23, Cousins 14, R. Wales 12, Baker 1, Pugh 8, Jones 0, Brooks 9. Puget Sound Adventist—Nash 0, Lola 6, Peterson 0, Mina Mirmotahari 0, Mirian Mirmotahari 5, Vega 14, Mendoza 5, Beddoe 0. 3-point goals—H. Wales 1, Cousins 3, Vega 3. Records—Darrington 2-1 overall. Puget Sound Adventist not reported.

Grace Academy 37, Highland Christian 30: At Marysville, Grace Academy’s Lauren Krumm had 28 rebounds, and 14 points, and the Eagles scored 18 points in the second quarter for the Northwest 1B League win.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Highland Christian8769—30

Grace Academy51859—37

Highland Christian—Brown 2, Plemer 2, Olin 17, Sytsma 2, Turminder 7. Grace Academy—Emme 2, Likes 3, Schuler 6, L. Krumm 14, H. Krumm 1, Wennersten 4, McAullife 6, Schlumpf 1. 3-point goals—none. Records—Highland Christian 0-1 league, 0-1 overall. Grace Academy 1-0, 3-0.

Franklin C Team 46, Tulalip Heritage 37: At Seattle, Misty Fryberg led Tulalip Heritage with 12 points in the non-conference loss.

At Franklin H.S.

Tulalip Heritage412813—37

Franklin C team1411174—46

Tulalip Heritage—Todd 2, Pierre 8, Jack 6, M. Fryberg 12, Villa 7, Enick 2, Jimicum 0, T. Fryberg 0, Hatch 0. Franklin C team—Miramontec 2, Ivy 8, Jones 2, Burelson 9, Williams 12, Below 3, Silas 6, Greer 2, Shoecraft 2, Jackson 0, Murray 0, Roberson 0, Nguyen 0. 3-point goals—M. Fryberg 2, Burelson 1. Record—Tulalip Heritage 1-1 overall.

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