PREP BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Meadowdale overcomes 4-point first quarter

LYNNWOOD — The Meadowdale Mavericks had their big guns held in check for the first quarter, but Matt Beucherie and Connor Hamlett got hot in the second and third quarter, giving Meadowdale a Wesco South boys basketball victory 55-42 over Shorecrest Tuesday night at Meadowdale High School.

The Mavericks are now 4-2 in league, 6-2 overall. Shorecrest is 4-2, 5-3.

Meadowdale started off slow, not getting open looks at the basket and turning the ball over, totalling four points in the first quarter, but Shorecrest didn’t completely take advantage of Meadowdale’s errors, holding a 9-4 lead after the first period.

Meadowdale turned it on, outscoring Shorecrest 20-12 in the second quarter and 22-11 in the third for a 46-32 lead heading into the final quarter.

“We held it close, and kept it close,” Meadowdale assistant head coach Dean Wiley said, “then we hit a couple big threes to extend the lead in the third quarter. That was our big run.”

Hamlett had eight points in the third, and Beucherie had nine, including two big 3-pointers to spark the Mavericks. Hamlett finished the game with 16 points, 10 rebounds and three assists. Beucherie ended with 15 points on the night.

“I thought we were very solid defensively, we limited their open shots and we rebounded pretty well,” Wiley said.

Meadowdale shot a perfect 9-for-9 from the free-throw line, and Shorecrest was 10-for-14 from the line.

At Meadowdale H.S.

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Shorecrest—Clevenger 6, T. McCoy 1, Diel 4, Hake 0, Bateman 13, B. Brown 2, Chibuogwu 16. Meadowdale—Neff-Warner 4, Linton 6, Werner 10, Beucherie 15, Tallman 0, Gage 0, Dooley 0, Sand 4, Buck 0, Hamlett 16. 3-point goals—Beucherie 4, Werner 2, Linton 2. Records—Shorecrest 4-2 league, 5-3 overall. Meadowdale 4-2, 6-2.

Edmonds-Woodway 59, Kamiak 51: At Edmonds, Joe Degrazia scored a game-high 18 points and Edmonds-Woodway held Kamiak to just 16 second-half points in a Wesco South game. Josh Jordan added 14 points and Andy Willcock scored 13 for the Warriors. Jared Houghtaling scored a team-high 16 points for Kamiak.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

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Kamiak—Wisnubroto 0, Berg 2, Makori 14, Kussman 0, Lee 0, Self 2, Manchester 11, Houghtaling 16, Conrad 6. Edmonds-Woodway—Rupple 3, Bury 5, Wooley 3, Degrazia 18, Jordan 14, Choi 1, Berg 2, Willcock 13, Butler 0. 3-point goals—Makori 2, Manchester 1, Bury 1, Wooley 1, Degrazia 1, Willcock 1. Records—Kamiak 0-6 league, 1-7 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 3-3, 5-3.

Glacier Peak 60, Shorewood 55: At Shoreline, Shorewood shot 6-for-14 from the free-throw line in the second half of its Wesco South loss. Jack Bonner had 19 points and Brandon Hill had 18 to lead the way for Glacier Peak. Adrian Simpkins had 15 points for Shorewood.

At Shorewood H.S.

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Glacier Peak—Persha 4, Hill 18, Cummins 0, Manning 6, Kiser 1, Bonner 19, Pervier 12. Shorewood—Brazell 9, Carroll 8, Andrews 1, Mitchell 6, Kadiric 10, Berquist 0, Smallwood 6, Simpkins. 15 3-point goals—Hill 3, Carroll 2, Smallwood 2. Records—Glacier Peak 3-3 league, 5-3 overall. Shorewood 3-3, 3-5.

Mountlake Terrace 62, Mariner 52: At Mountlake Terrace, Jacob Champoux (six 3-pointers) scored 22 points and had five steals, four rebounds and three assists to help Mountlake Terrace pull out the Wesco South victory.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

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Mariner—Williams 14, Kiehl 13, Reola 6, Coles 11, Purnell 0, Massey 6, McCulloch 0, Parra 2. Mountlake Terrace—Powell 3, Johnson 3, Eftekhari 9, Higgins 2, Champoux 22, Haldane 6, Karels 4, Swanstrom 9, Snow 4. 3-point goals—Williams 2, Kiehl 1, Coles 1, Powell 1, Johnson 1, Eftekhari 1, Champoux 6. Records—Mariner 0-6 league, 0-8 overall. Mountlake Terrace 4-2, 5-3.

Jackson 80, Lynnwood 45: At Mill Creek, Jackson’s Brett Kingma scored 30 points and had eight rebounds and Ryan Todd had 12 points and six assists as the Timberwolves ran away with the Wesco South victory.

At Jackson H.S.

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Lynnwood—Tamirat 4, Kulej 2, Norde 0, Haney 0, Nut 2, Le 3, Shaw 0, Edwards 13, DeGraw 4, Botts 12, Bowman 2, Fajemisin 3. Jackson—Kingma 30, Todd 12, Dineen 0, Rucker 6, Gay 4, Massengale 4, Acholonu 4, O’Keefe 2, Gilchrist 6, Wishko 12. 3-point goals—Le 1, Edwards 1, Botts 2, Kingma 3, Todd 1. Records—Lynnwood 3-3 league, 3-5 overall. Jackson 6-0, 8-0.

Marysville-Pilchuck 51, Stanwood 49: At Stanwood, Stanwood’s Kale Schmidt scored 19 points to lead all scorers in the Wesco North loss. Ryan Shannon scored 17 for the Tomahawks.

At Stanwood H.S.

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Marysville-Pilchuck—Stokes 0, Kiblinger 7, Hinkley 11, Shannon 17, Chris Dockendorf 0, Emch, Stevens 3, Calahan 6, Parker 7, Dagulson 0. Stanwood—Garcea 4, Jamieson 0, Haugstad 6, Reinecke 2, Schmidt 19, Cook 0, Schroyer 0, Johnson 14, McCune 0, Taylor 4. 3-point goals—Haugstad 2, Schmidt, Hinkley 1, Shannon 3, Stevens 1. Records—Marysville-Pilchuck 3-3 league, 6-4 overall. Stanwood 3-2, 3-6.

Snohomish 47, Everett 40: At Snohomish, Everett cut the lead to one point with three minutes remaining, but Snohomish’s Blaine Ortiz (18 points) hit six free throws down the stretch to help the Panthers pull away for the Wesco North win. Snohomish’s Jon McGee had 10 points and 10 rebounds. Everett’s Devante Edwards scored all 11 of his points in the fourth quarter.

At Snohomish H.S.

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Everett—Brown 13, Edwards 11, McKinnon 0, Gebert 2, Sontra 6, Barhanovich 3, Frauenholtz 5. Snohomish—Hamlin 9, Ortiz 18, Carlson 2, McGee 10, Steele 8. 3-point goals—Brown 1, Edwards 1, Barhanovich 1. Records—Everett 1-5 league, 3-7 overall. Snohomish 4-1, 5-4.

Arlington 60, Oak Harbor 50: At Oak Harbor, Eric Carlson had 20 points and Griffin Ginnis had 16 points, and Arlington held on for the Wesco North win. Oak Harbor’s Mike Washington led all scorers with 22 points.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

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Arlington—Carlson 20, Cooper 8, Petersen 3, Davis 1, Ginnis 16, Smith 5, Brummel 7, Ladines 0, Robertson 0. Oak Harbor—Smith 2, Fakkema 2, Anter 7, Bratt 2, Harden 0, Boesch 7, Stout 6, Tillotson, T. Paul 0, C. Paul 2, Washington 22. 3-point goals—Stout 1, Washington 2, Carlson 2, Ginnis 2. Records—Arlington 2-3 league, 4-4 overall. Oak Harbor 0-5, 1-8.

Cedarcrest 53, Coupeville 49: At Coupeville, Cedarcrest senior guard Daniel Campbell (22 points) hit five of his six 3-pointers in the second quarter as Cedarcrest outscored Coupeville 23-9 in the period to come from behind for the Cascade Conference victory.

At Coupeville H.S.

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Cedarcrest—Rekers 10, Taylor 5, Dowd 4, Campbell 22, Corpus 2, Hammontree 2, McCadam 2, McKinney 6, Duffy 0. Coupeville—Wilcox 6, Bagby 12, Smith 8, E. King 2, T. King 2, Brookhouse 6, Walstad 3, Hammer 10. 3-point goals—Campbell 6, Rekers 2, Bagby 2. Records—Cedarcrest 2-0 league, 5-3 overall. Coupeville 1-1, 6-2.

Blaine 59, Lakewood 52: At Blaine, Tre Haslom led Lakewood with 15 points and six rebounds in a non-conference loss. Andrew Price scored a team-high 15 points for Blaine and Todd Bird added 13 points.

At Blaine H.S.

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Lakewood—Fry 6, Bird 3, Wiersma 0, Hawkins 6, Stanton 4, VonPein 11, Haslom 15, Jones 2, Hesselman 5. Blaine—McCarty 8, Miller 8, Bakogeorge 2, Price 15, Chau 11, Bird 13, Dhanani 2, Crews 0. 3-point goals—Fry 2, Bird 1, VonPein 3, McCarty 2, Bird 1. Records—Lakewood 2-5 overall. Blaine not reported.

Archbishop Murphy 57, Cedar Park Christian 54: At Bothell, Archbishop Murphy outscored Cedar Park Christian 17-10 in the second quarter to take the non-conference victory.

At Cedar Park Christian H.S.

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Archbishop Murphy—Smith 3, Eichinger 2, Felder 10, Huesers 0, DeGrazia 1, Gordon 4, McCann 12, Ryan 2, Anderson 20. Cedar Park Christian—Sviridyuk 8, McCullough 21, Broman 2, Stephenson 13, Zoellick 10, Gutheil 0, Lin 0, McClure 0. 3-point goals—Not recorded. Records—Archbishop Murphy 1-6 overall. Cedar Park Christian 4-6.

Shoreline Christian 64, Orcas Island 51: At Shoreline, Brooks Drollinger had 16 points, including four 3s to lead Shoreline Christian to the Northwest 1A/2B win.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

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Orcas Island—Nigretto 17, Bredouw 5, Diepenbrock 4, Padbury 4, Janssen 9, Van Maren 12. Shoreline Christian—Taniguchi 1, Jacobs 15, Lidstrom 2, Bauman 8, Drollinger 16, Hudson 15, Danhof 0, Deelstra 7. 3-point goals—Dollinger 4, Bauman 1, Nigretto 2, Bredouw 1. Records—Orcas Island 2-1 league, 4-4 overall. Shoreline Christian 2-1, 8-3.

Lopez Island 69, Tulalip Heritage 47: At Lopez Island, Alex Buffum scored 18 points and Mica Arps recorded 11 rebounds to help Lopez Island pull out the Northwest 1B victory.

At Lopez Island H.S.

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Tulalip Heritage—George 12, Enick 0, Williams 2, Henry 6, Eam 0, Comenote 20, Hatch 0, T. Fryberg 1, Kublie 6. Lopez Island—Zoerb 3, K. Jardine 8, Peralta 4, Haber 0, Ferguson 0, Drahn 2, Hoffman 3, Carson 0, C. Jardine 10, A. Buffum 18, O’Bryant 0, Arps 14, D. Buffum 2, Nopson 2, Naylor 1. 3-point goals—George 2, Comenote 6, Kublie 2, K. Jardine 1, Hoffman 1. Records—Tulalip Heritage 3-2 league, 5-4 overall. Lopez Island 4-0, 7-1.

North Sound Christian 70, Highland Christian 47: At Mountlake Terrace, Aaron Hudson scored 20 points to help North Sound Christian cruise to the Northwest 1B victory.

At North Sound Christian H.S.

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Highland Christian—Teal 20, Breekveldt 7, Wold 20, Star 0, Donnelson 0. North Sound Christian—Reidt 14, Peterson 4, Mackie 13, DeGroot 0, Eun 3, W. Patterson 11, Schettler 4, Hudson 20, Purdy 0, Foley 1. 3-point goals—Breekveldt 1, Mackie 1, Eun 1, W. Patterson 2. Records—Highland Christian 0-4 league, 0-8 overall. North Sound Christian 3-1, 3-4.

Lummi 81, Skykomish 26: At Bellingham, David James scored 21 points to lead Lummi to the Northwest 1B win.

At Lummi H.S.

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Skykomish—K. Wahl 9, C. Wahl 3, Torres 9, Musser 5. Lummi—James 21, Roberts 0, Wall 0, Finkbonner 18, Jameson 0, Oldham 6, Roberts 3, Martin 7, Revey 12, Fryberg 6, Rivera 4, Misanes 0. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Skykomish 0-4 league, 0-4 overall. Lummi 4-0, 6-0.

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