PREP BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Mountlake Terrace stuns front-running Jackson

MILL CREEK — A Jackson win on Tuesday against Mountlake Terrace, or a Meadowdale loss to Lynnwood would have clinched the Wesco South championship for the Timberwolves.

The celebration will have to wait.

Mountlake Terrace built a 12-point lead at halftime and hung on for the 69-61 win.

“It was a pretty tough loss,” Jackson coach Steve Johnson said.

The Hawks were led by Jacob Champoux, who scored 25 points, 16 of those in the first half.

Brett Kingma led Jackson with 24 points.

Johnson said Jackson closed the Hawks’ lead in the second half and came back to tie the game 55-55 in the fourth quarter, but Terrace jumped ahead again and sealed the game by knocking down free throws late.

The Timberwolves can still clinch the Wesco South title on Thursday with a win over Kamiak or a Meadowdale loss.

“We’ve got to regroup and try to win Thursday,” Johnson said.

At Jackson H.S.

Mountlake Terrace1819922—69

Jackson12132016—61

Mountlake Terrace—Powell 2, Johnson 5, Eftekhari 0, Higgins 9, Champoux 25, Haldane 0, Karels 8, Swanstrom 12, Snow 8. Jackson—Kingma 24, Todd 15, Dineen 0, Rucker 0, Gay 4, Massengale 11, O’Keefe 2, Gilchrist 2, Wishko 3. 3-point goals—Champoux 2, Higgins 1, Kingma 2, Todd 1, Massengale 1. Records—Mountlake Terrace 10-7 league, 11-8 overall. Jackson 14-3, 16-3.

Meadowdale 59, Lynnwood 41: At Lynnwood, Connor Hamlett scored a game-high 20 points to lead Meadowdale to the Wesco South win.

At Meadowdale H.S.

Lynnwood72167—41

Meadowdale14171810—59

Lynnwood—Kulej 3, Norde 0, Haney 0, Nut 3, Le 6, Edwards 3, DeGraw 8, Botts 8, Fajemisin 10. Meadowdale—Neff-Warner 2, Linton 3, Werner 6, Beucherie 6, Tallman 11, Dooley 2, Sand 5, Buck 0, Hamlett 20, Spade 4. 3-point goals—Linton 1, Werner 2, Beucherie 2, Tallman 2, Kulej 1, Nut 1, Le 2. Records—Lynnwood 8-9 league, 8-11 overall. Meadowdale 13-4, 15-4.

Shorewood 65, Mariner 60: At Everett, Semir Kadiric scored 17 points to lead Shorewood to the Wesco South win.

At Mariner H.S.

Shorewood19181117—65

Mariner1117923—60

Shorewood—Brazell 1, Carroll 11, Andrews 4, Mitchell 7, Kadiric 17, Berquist 2, Smallwood 14, Simpkins 9. Mariner—Williams 6, Kiehl 8, Reola 12, Coles 17, Purnell 0, Aragon 7, Tutlam 0, Massey 6, McCulloch 0, Parra 0, Eskridge 4. 3-point goals—Williams 1, Coles 3, Aragon 1, Carroll 1, Mitchell 1, Smallwood 2. Records—Shorewood 8-9 league, 8-11 overall. Mariner 1-16, 1-18.

Shorecrest 69, Kamiak 57: At Shoreline, Isaiah Clevenger scored 27 points to lead Shorecrest to the Wesco South win. Kamiak and Edmonds-Woodway remained tied for fourth place among 4A teams in the Wesco South.

At Shorecrest H.S.

Kamiak7141719—57

Shorecrest12171921—69

Kamiak—Berg 0, Makori 17, Kussman 6, Self 0, Manchester 15, Blacksmith 0, Houghtaling 8, Conrad 3, Vincente 7, Lee 0, Wishnubroto 1. Shorecrest—Clevenger 27, T. McCoy 2, Diel 2, Hake 18, Bateman 4, B. McCoy 8, Brown 2, Chibuogwu 5, Johnson 0, Shattuck 0. 3-point goals—Clevenger 3, Hake 1, B. McCoy 2, Makori 2, Vincente 1. Records—Kamiak 4-13 league, 5-14 overall. Shorecrest 11-6, 12-7.

Glacier Peak 72, Edmonds-Woodway 60: At Edmonds, Tanner Southard scored a game-high 20 points to lead Glacier Peak to the Wesco South win. Ryan Bury had a career-high 20 points for E-W.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

Glacier Peak23201019—72

Edmonds-Woodway13141320—60

Glacier Peak—Persha 18, Hill 8, Southard 25, Cummins 2, Manning 0, Pederson 0, Kiser 10, Bonner 9, Pervier 0. Edmonds-Woodway—Nealey 0, Rupple 0, Bury 20, Degrazia 5, Brudevold 8, Kwon 0, Jordan 7, Choi 0, Berg 10, Willcock 6, Butler 4. 3-point goals—Persha 2, Southard 1, Bury 2, Brudevold 2. Records—Glacier Peak 12-5 league, 14-5 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 4-13, 6-13.

Cascade 49, Monroe 32: At Everett, Jordan Garrett had 14 points and six rebounds as Cascade clinched the Wesco North No. 3 seed to the 4A District 1 tournament. Johnnie Hilliard had 10 points and six rebounds and Jamieson McDaniels added six points and 13 rebounds for the Bruins. Cole Parker scored nine points for Monroe.

At Cascade H.S.

Monroe85712—32

Cascade4161514—49

Monroe—Roppo 7, Bunge 3, Pham 0, Love 0, Turner 0, Drivstuen 0, Ulanovskiy 2, Reilly 3, Lustyuk 4, Meeus 4, Parker 9. Cascade—Bruce 2, Taylor 2, Hancock 4, Jackson 4, Garrett 14, Hilliard 10, Nelson 2, McDaniels 6, Cline 5. 3-point goals—Bunge 1, Roppo 1, Parker 1. Records—Monroe 4-11 league, 6-13 overall. Cascade 11-4, 13-6.

Oak Harbor 54, Marysville-Pilchuck 45: At Marysville, Oak Harbor’s Mike Washington scored nine of his 22 points in the third quarter, when the Wildcats outpaced M-P 20-11 to close in on the Wesco North win.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

Oak Harbor1182015—54

Marysville-Pilchuck9141111—45

Oak Harbor—Smith 8, Fakkema 1, Bratt 1, Harden 7, Stout 11, T. Paul 4, Washington 22. Marysville-Pilchuck—Stokes 0, Cody Dockendorf, Kiblinger 3, Hinkley 7, Daguison 2, Shannon 9, Oden, Chris Dockendorf 6, Emch 11, Stevens 2, Calahan 5, Parker. 3-point goals—Hinkley 1, Kiblinger 1, C. Dockendorf 2, Stout 1, Washington 2, Harden 2. Records—Oak Harbor 4-11 league, 5-14 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 4-12, 7-13.

Arlington 60, Everett 48: At Everett, Blake Peterson had 13 points and seven rebounds and Griffin Ginnis added 11 points and nine rebounds for Arlington in a Wesco North win. Will Brown scored 20 points for Everett.

At Everett H.S.

Arlington20171112—60

Everett11141013—48

Arlington—Carlson 10, Cooper 9, Petersen 13, Davis 0, Ginnis 11, Dawn 0, Smith 11, Brummel 3, Ladines 1, Robertson 2. Everett—Sissel 2, Vandelac 0, Brown 20, Edwards 0, McKinnon 7, Gebert 2, Dickson 0, Sontra 3, Smith 0, Frauenholtz 9, Daly 5. 3-point goals—Cooper 1, Ginnis 2, Brown 3. Records—Arlington 8-7 league, 11-8 overall. Everett 1-14, 3-16.

Coupeville 76, Sultan 45: At Coupeville, Coupeville had just six turnovers in the Cascade Conference game. Tyler King had 10 assists and Hunter Hammer collected nine rebounds for the Wolves.

At Coupeville H.S.

Sultan1461213—45

Coupeville22192114—76

Sultan—Ruddock 7, Beebe 2, Cotterill 3, Knoles 5, B. VandenEkart 9, Rutz 0, Hatton 1, Alwood 5, T. VandenEkart 12, Pruitt 0, Hall 1. Coupeville—Wilcox 9, Bagby 16, Hayes 0, Smith 11, E. King 8, T. King 5, Brookhouse 9, Miranda 0, Engle 0, Walstad 6, Hammer 12. 3-point goals—Cotterill 1, Knoles 1, B. VandenEkart 1, T. VandenEkart 2, Wilcox 1, Bagby 1, Smith 1, E. King 2, T. King 1. Records—Sultan 2-9 league, 3-14 overall. Coupeville 10-3, 15-4.

Cedarcrest 85, Granite Falls 51: At Duvall, Cedarcrest shot 12-for-22 from 3-point range and registered 20 assists. Freshman guard Zach Taylor shot 5-for-7 from beyond the arc for 21 points while dishing out eight assists in the Cascade Conference win. Cedarcrest’s Daniel Campbell had a game-high 26 points and drilled six 3s.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

Granite Falls1714713—51

Cedarcrest18202819—85

Granite Falls—Otness 0, Hansen 0, Moseley 0, Walker 2, Gumke 6, Whitt 9, David Lund 0, Cashman 0, Hitchcock 2, Phelps 17, Hereth 9, Louchs 6. Cedarcrest—Rekers 15, Taylor 21, Dowd 0, Campbell 26, Corpus 3, McCadam 4, McKinney 2, Marty 4, Houser 4, Duffy 6. 3-point goals—Taylor 5, Campbell 6, Rekers 1, Whitt 1, Phelps 2. Records—Granite Falls 0-12 league, 0-18 overall. Cedarcrest 7-5, 10-8.

Archbishop Murphy 52, Lakewood 49: At Marysville, Archbishop Murphy scored a layup with 8 seconds remaining for a three-point Cascade Conference win. Lakewood had a chance to tie at the buzzer, but missed a 3-pointer. Jared McCann scored 11 points for the Wildcats. Cameron Fry scored 15 points and Tre Haslom had 12 points, five rebounds and three blocks for Lakewood.

At Lakewood H.S.

Murphy11161015—52

Lakewood981913—49

Archbishop Murphy—Smith 5, Huesers 5, Wagner 10, DeGrazia 2, Gordon 10, McCann 11, Anderson 7, Shober 2. Lakewood—Fry 15, Lujan, Bird 0, Wiersma 0, Hawkins 9, Stanton 0, VonPein 6, Haslom 12, Jones 0, Hesselman 5, Diggs 2. 3-point goals—Fry 3, VonPein 1, Smith 1, McCann 1, Anderson 2. Records—Archbishop Murphy 6-5 league, 8-9 overall. Lakewood 5-6, 6-11.

King’s 84, South Whidbey 43: At Langley, King’s had five players score in double figures in a Cascade Conference win. King’s Sean Brugger had 16 points and six rebounds to lead all scorers. Riley Newman scored 10 points for South Whidbey. King’s clinched the Cascade Conference title with the win.

At South Whidbey H.S.

King’s17192523—84

S. Whidbey8121310—43

King’s—Brugger 16, Sawtell 8, Hoff 14, Coshow 2, Berendsen 14, McCutchen 2, Porcello, Cheledinas 13, Clocksin 13, Doldier 2, Taylor 0. South Whidbey—Bennett 7, Erikson 8, Lee 2, Dibble 0, Thornley 9, Price 0, George 0, Carey 0, Newman 10, Norris 3, Ball 4, Comfort 0, Shoudy 0. 3-point goals—Newman 2, Erikson 1, Hoff 2, Cheledinas 1. Records—King’s 12-1 league, 15-4 overall. South Whidbey 5-6, 7-10.

Mount Vernon Christian 77, Darrington 40: At Mt. Vernon, Darrington was outscored 19-2 at the start of the second half, and Mount Vernon Christian went on to win the Northwest 1A/2B contest.

At Mt. Vernon Christian H.S.

Darrington1510213—40

Mt. Vernon Chr.22191917—77

Darrington—Nash 3, Fenstermaker 12, Gillette 5, Olson 4, Meece 4, Schoneman 4, McMillion 7. Mt. Vernon Christian—Blade 11, McClelland 6, VanBerkum 5, Berryman3, Jones 8, Pritchard 3, Daut 5, Kuipers 24, VanderKooy 6, Krienen 6. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Darrington 1-10 league, 2-16 overall. Mt. Vernon Christian 6-5, 11-7.

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