PREP BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Fast start helps Meadowdale top Mountlake Terrace

LYNNWOOD — Mountlake Terrace outscored Meadowdale 42-38 in the final three quarters of Thursday night’s Western Conference South boys basketball match-up.

But there was still that matter of the first quarter. Meadowdale outscored Mountlake Terrace 15-3 in that quarter which was more than enough to push them to the 53-45 win.

“We got off to a good start in the first quarter, we just kind of maintained that lead throughout,” Meadowdale coach Chad McGuire said. “It was a very even game after the first quarter.”

McGuire said it was his team’s defense that helped them to build the first-quarter lead. Mountlake Terrace made only one field goal in the quarter.

Connor Hamlett led the Mavericks with 20 points, scoring 13 of those points in the second half.

“He did a nice job of working inside,” McGuire said.

Dillon Sand also scored in double figures for the Mavs. Sand had 11 points, nine of which came in the first half, which McGuire said was important for Meadowdale.

“I thought the key was Dillon Sand in the first half,” McGuire said.

Jacob Champoux led Mountlake Terrace with 15 points.

The win keeps Meadowdale right on the heels of Jackson for first place in the Wesco South.

“Any win in league is a nice win,” McGuire said.

At Meadowdale H.S.

Mountlake Terrace3131613—45

Meadowdale15141212—53

Mountlake Terrace—Powell 0, Johnson 5, Eftekhari 0, Higgins 2, Champoux 15, Haldane 0, Karels 9, Erickson 3, Swanstrom 1, Snow 12. Meadowdale—Neff-Warner 4, Linton 3, Werner 5, Beucherie 6, Tallman 2, Gage 0, Dooley 0, Sand 11, Buck 2, Hamlett 20. 3-point goals—Johnson 1, Champoux 3, Karels 2, Linton 1, Werner 1. Records—M. Terrace 4-5 league, 5-6 overall. Meadowdale 7-2, 9-2.

Lynnwood 55, Edmonds-Woodway 52: At Edmonds, Lynnwood’s Simi Fajemisin led all scorers with 15 points but had just four in the first half when he was limited with three quick fouls. The Warriors failed to take advantage and dropped to eighth place in the Wesco South.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

Lynnwood12161413—55

Edmonds-Woodway1511818—52

Lynnwood—Tamirat 2, Kulej 0, Norde 5, Haney 2, Nut 6, Le 8, Shaw 0, Edwards 14, DeGraw 0, Botts 3, Fajemisin 15. Edmonds-Woodway— Bury 10, Teodoro, Wooley 2, Degrazia 12, Brudevold 2, Choi 7, Berg 6, Willcock 13, Douglas 0, Butler 0. 3-point goals—Bury 2, Choi, Willcock, Edwards, Le, Norde. Records—Lynnwood 4-5 league, 4-7 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 3-6, 5-6.

Jackson 74, Kamiak 56: At Mill Creek, Jackson led by just one at halftime but used some team offense in the second half to cruise to the Wesco South victory. After recording just three assists in the first half, the Timberwolves had 10 in the second, led by Marshall Massengale, who had five to go with seven rebounds and nine points. Brett Kingma scored a season-high 34 points.

At Jackson H.S.

Kamiak1120718—56

Jackson18141626—74

Kamiak—Berg 3, Makori 12, Self 4, Manchester 22, Blacksmith 0, Houghtaling 6, Conrad 8, Wisnubroto 1. Jackson—Kingma 34, Todd 12, Dineen 2, Rucker 2, Gay 0, Massengale 9, Acholonu 0, O’Keefe 0, Gilchrist 8, Wishko 7. 3-point goals—Manchester 4, Kingma 4, Makori 2, Wishko. Records—Kamiak 1-8 league, 2-9 overall. Jackson 8-1, 10-1.

Glacier Peak 64, Mariner 46: At Everett, Devon Kiser, a 6-foot-6 senior, scored 15 points to help lead Glacier Peak to a Wesco South win. Fellow senior Nick Persha added 14 points for the Grizzlies. Tyler Coles scored a team-high 10 points for Mariner.

At Mariner H.S.

Glacier Peak13161918—64

Mariner815815—46

Glacier Peak—Persha 14, Hill 7, Southard 8, Cummins 2, Manning 1, Harris 3, Pederson 4, Kiser 15, Bonner 5, Pervier 7. Mariner—Williams 9, Kiehl 6, Reola 4, Coles 10, Purnell 0, Massey 6, McCulloch 9, Gray 0, Parra 2. 3-point goals—Williams 1, Reola 1, Persha 2, Hill 1, Harris 1. Records—Glacier Peak 6-3 league, 8-3 overall. Mariner 0-9, 0-11.

Lake Stevens 78, Everett 55: At Everett, Aaron Maw and Shane Kaska scored 19 points apiece to lead Lake Stevens to a Wesco North win. Arvid Isaksen added 16 points for the Vikings. Will Brown scored a team-high 19 points for Everett.

At Everett H.S.

Lake Stevens18141729—78

Everett1371421—55

Lake Stevens—Israel 5, Isaksen 16, Schneider 9, Hanson 2, Maw 19, Jones 0, J. Dodge 4, Kaska 19, Vandegrift 4. Everett—Sissel 2, Brown 19, Edwards 0, McKinnon 8, Gebert 3, Dickson 3, Sontra 6, Smith 3, Frauenholtz 7, Daly 4. 3-point goals—Israel 1, Isaksen 2, Maw 1, Kaska 1, Brown 2, Smith 1. Records—Lake Stevens 8-0 league, 9-3 overall. Everett 1-7, 3-9.

Oak Harbor 63, Monroe 44: At Oak Harbor, Jay Stout led all scorers with 27 points to give Oak Harbor its second Wesco North victory. The Wildcats capitalized on a 22-5 third quarter and four 3s from Stout. Michael Washington also added 18 for Oak Harbor.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Monroe1212515—44

Oak Harbor12162213—63

Monroe—Roppo 9, Bunge 3, Pham 0, Love 5, Drivstuen 6, Ulanovskiy 4, Jensen 0, Lustyuk 2, Meeus 3, Parker 12. Oak Harbor—Smith 4, Fakkema 2, Anter 8, Bratt 0, Harden 0, Boesch 4, Stout 27, T. Paul 0, C. Paul 0, Washington 18. 3-point goals—Stout 4, Monroe not reported. Records—Monroe 2-6 league, 4-8 overall. Oak Harbor 2-6, 3-9.

Mount Vernon sophomores 58, Tulalip Heritage 46: At Tulalip, Tulalip Heritage’s David Reedy scored 21 points in the non-conference loss.

At Tulalip Heritage H.S.

Mt. Vernon sophs21101413—58

Tulalip Heritage771715—46

Mt. Vernon sophs—Brown 17, Deilson 9, Oliver 2, Otos 4, Ness 10, Hallam 10, West 2, Salto 4. Tulalip Heritage—George 4, Enick 2, Reedy 21, Henry 2, Comenote 17, Kublic 0, Williams 0, Ramos 0, Hatch 0, McLean 0. 3-point goals—Comenote 2, Brown 3, Deilson 1. Record—Tulalip Heritage 7-5 overall.

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