PREP BOYS BASKETBALL/SWIMMING ROUNDUP: Stanwood beats Monroe, notches district berth

STANWOOD — The Stanwood boys basketball team can relax a bit during its last four regular season games. Thanks to a 64-52 win against Monroe on Friday at Stanwood High School, the Spartans clinched a 4A District 1 playoff berth.

Stanwood (10-2 league, 10-6 overall) jumped to an early lead in the first quarter but Monroe (3-10, 5-12) kept pace in the second to pull within 11 points. But that was as close as the Bearcats would come for the rest of the game.

“We did a good job on their bigs,” said Stanwood coach Zach Ward. “We held (6-foot-6 junior Cole) Parker and (6-foot-5 junior Tom) Meeus to just seven and nine points, respectively. And we kept (Joey) Roppo scoreless.”

Keeping Roppo away from the basket was a significant feat as the junior guard is the Bearcats’ second leading scorer with an average of 9.3 points per game.

Stanwood’s Zack Johnson scored a game-high 19 points and 15 rebounds and teammates Drew Haugstad and Kale Schmidt added 18 and 17 points, respectively.

Senior Sam Lustyuk led Monroe with 15 points.

At Stanwood H.S.

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Monroe—Roppo, Bunge 8, Drivstuen 4, Ulanovskiy 7, Lustyuk 15, Meeus 9, Parker 7, Turner 2. Stanwood—Garcea, Haugstad 18, Reinecke 3, Schmidt 17, Harris, Cook 2, Schroyer 2, Johnson 19, McCune 3, Taylor, Youngren. 3-point goals—Haugstad 4, Reinecke 1, Schmidt 1, Bunge 1, Lustyuk 1. Records—Monroe 3-10 league, 5-12 overall. Stanwood 10-2, 10-6.

Arlington 57, Marysville-Pilchuck 47: At Arlington, senior Andy Smith had 13 points, seven rebounds and four steals to lead Arlington to a crucial Wesco North win. The win gives the Eagles a tighter hold on the North No. 5 seed and a district play-in game against a Wesco South foe. Ryan Shannon scored 11 points for the Tomahawks.

At Arlington H.S.

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Marysville-Pilchuck—Stokes 3, Kiblinger 10, Hinkley 8, Shannon 11, Chris Dockendorf 3, Daguison 0, Emch 10, Stevens 0, Calahan 2, Parker 0. Arlington—Carlson 7, Cooper 9, Petersen 4, Davis 0, Ginnis 12, Dawn 2, Smith 13, Brummel 10, Ladines 0, Robertson 0. 3-point goals—Cooper 1, Stokes 1, Kiblinger 2, Hinkley 1, Shannon 1. Records—Marysville-Pilchuck 4-9 league, 7-10 overall. Arlington 6-6, 9-7.

Lake Stevens 59, Oak Harbor 37: At Lake Stevens, Mike Schneider had four points and eight assists and teammate Shane Kaska had a game-high 21 points and 11 rebounds as Lake Stevens cruised to the Wesco North win.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

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Lake Stevens17181014—59

Oak Harbor—Smith 2, Fakkema 2, Anter 7, Bratt 2, Harden 4, Stout 12, T. Paul 0, Washington 8. Lake Stevens—Israel 2, Isaksen 16, Finley 0, Schneider 4, Hanson 5, Maw 5, Jones 4, J. Dodge 2, Kaska 21, Vandegrift 0. 3-point goals—Stout 2, Isaksen 4, Hanson 1, Maw 1, Kaska 3. Records—Oak Harbor 3-9 league, 4-12 overall. Lake Stevens 12-1, 13-4.

Cascade 78, Everett 43: At Everett, Jamieson McDaniels had 17 points and six rebounds for Cascade in a Wesco North win. Chris McGrath and James Cline added 17 points apiece for the Bruins. Devante Edwards scored 16 points for Everett.

At Cascade H.S.

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Everett—Sissel 0, Vandelac 0, Brown 12, Edwards 16, McKinnon 4, Gebert 1, Miedema, Dickson 3, Sontra 2, Smith 0, Frauenholtz 6, Daly 0. Cascade—Bruce 0, Taylor 4, McGrath 17, Hancock 6, Jackson 6, Garrett 0, Hilliard 0, Nelson 5, McDaniels 17, Cline 17, Barton 5. 3-point goals—Edwards 4, Brown 1, McDaniels 3, Hancock 1. Records—Everett 1-12 league, 3-14 overall. Cascade 9-3, 11-5.

Lynnwood 55, Shorewood 47: At Bothell, Simi Fajemisin scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to help Lynnwood earn a Wesco South win. Jordan Le had six assists as the Royals used a strong fourth quarter to overcome a 40-37 deficit. Semir Kadiric scored 16 points for Shorewood.

At Lynnwood H.S.

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Shorewood—Brazell 0, King, Carroll 3, Delgado 0, Andrews 2, Mitchell 4, Kadiric 16, Berquist 4, Smallwood 6, Simpkins 12, Hendrickson 0, Hawkinson 0. Lynnwood—Kulej 0, Norde 3, Haney 6, Nut 9, Le 3, Edwards 9, DeGraw 0, Botts 7, Fajemisin 18. 3-point goals—Norde 1, Haney 2, Le 1. Records—Shorewood 6-8 league, 6-10 overall. Lynnwood 8-6, 8-8.

Meadowdale 62, Mariner 31: At Lynnwood, Connor Hamlett scored 18 points and added 10 rebounds for Meadowdale in a Wesco South win. Riley Neff-Warner added 14 points for the Mavericks. Josh Kiehl scored 10 points for Mariner.

At Meadowdale H.S.

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Mariner—Williams 2, Kiehl 10, Reola 3, Coles 8, Purnell 2, Aragon 0, Massey 2, McCulloch 4, Parra 0. Meadowdale—Neff-Warner 14, Casper 3, Linton 2, Werner 6, Beucherie 3, Tallman 2, Dooley 3, Sand 0, Buck 7, Hamlett 18, Spade 4. 3-point goals—Neff-Warner 3, Casper 1, Werner 2, Beucherie 1, Dooley 1, Kiehl 1, Coles 2. Records—Mariner 1-13 league, 1-15 overall. Meadowdale 11-3, 13-3.

Glacier Peak 75, Kamiak 58: At Snohomish, Glacier Peak piled up 39 points in the second half, compared to Kamiak’s 21, and Glacier Peak’s Nate Persha, Brandon Hill and Drew Cummins each scored more than 15 points in the Grizzlies’ win.

At Glacier Peak H.S.

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Kamiak—Berg 4, Makori 4, Kussman 13, Self 4, Manchester 10, Blacksmith 2, Conrad 17, Vincente 4. Glacier Peak—Persha 16, Hill 17, Southard 7, Cummins 16, Manning 0, Pederson 0, Kiser 6, Bonner 13, Pervier 0. 3-point goals—Kussman 1, Manchester 1, Conrad 1, Persha 2, Hill 2, Bonner 1. Records—Kamiak 3-11 league, 4-12 overall. Glacier Peak 9-5, 11-5.

Mountlake Terrace 60, Edmonds-Woodway 58: At Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace’s Jacob Champoux scored 21 points, but had to earn his five points in the second half while wading through double-teams, and the Hawks held on for the Wesco South win. With the victory and Kamiak’s loss, Terrace clinched a 4A District 1 playoff berth. Zack Berg had a game-high 25 points for the Warriors.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

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Mountlake Terrace—Powell 4, Johnson 6, Eftekhari 0, Higgins 0, Champoux 21, Haldane 5, Karels 13, Cano 2, Erickson 0, Swanstrom 1, Snow 8. Edmonds-Woodway—Rupple 4, Bury 0, Wooley 0, Degrazia 6, Brudevold 5, Kwon 2, Choi 1, Berg 25, Willcock 13. 3-point goals—Champoux 2, Haldane 1, Karels 3, Brudevold 1, Berg 4. Records—Mountlake Terrace 7-7 league, 8-8 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 3-11, 5-11.

King’s 50, Coupeville 41: At Shoreline, Ryan Hoff was 4-for-6 from 3-point range, including two 3s that sparked 10 points by Hoff in the third quarter, as King’s managed the come-from-behind win to remain in first place in the Cascade Conference. Hoff finished with 21 points and five rebounds. Jason Bagby had a game-high 22 points for Coupeville.

At King’s H.S.

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Coupeville—Wilcox 2, Bagby 22, Smith 5, E. King 2, T. King 0, Brookhouse 6, Walstad 0, Hammer 4. King’s—Brugger 2, Sawtell 10, Hoff 21, Coshow 0, Berendsen 7, Porcello 0, Cheledinas 7, Castonguay 3. 3-point goals—Bagby 1, Smith 1, Hoff 4. Records—Coupeville 7-3 league, 12-4 overall. King’s 9-1, 12-4.

Archbishop Murphy 65, Granite Falls 31: At Granite Falls, Zach Smith had 20 points and Casey Wagner added 15 in the Wildcats’ Cascade Conference win.

At Granite Falls H.S.

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Archbishop Murphy—Smith 20, Felder 7, Wagner 15, DeGrazia 1, Gordon 9, McCann 2, Hughes 6, Anderson 3. Granite Falls—Matalomani 4, Gumke 4, Whitt 3, Hitchcock 8, Phelps 8, Hereth 2, Loucks 2. 3-point goals—Smith 5, Felder 1, Wagner 1, Hughes 1, Anderson 1. Records—Archbishop Murphy 4-4 league, 6-8 overall. Granite Falls 0-9, 0-15.

Lakewood 70, South Whidbey 66: At Marysville, Tre Haslom had 22 points and eight rebounds to lead Lakewood to the Cascade Conference win. South Whidbey’s Riley Newman led all scorers with 32 points.

At Lakewood H.S.

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South Whidbey—Newman 32, Bennett 1, Lee 1, Erickson 5, Dibble 0, Ball 4, Thornley 14, Cary 0, George 1, Price 8, Norris 0. Lakewood—Fry 9, Bird 6, Wiersma 2, Hawkins 6, Stanton 6, VonPein 7, Haslom 22, Jones 0, Hesselman 10, Diggs 2. 3-point goals—Fry 3, VonPein 1, Newman 3, Erickson 1, Thornley 2, Price. Records—South Whidbey 3-5 league, 5-7 overall. Lakewood 4-4, 6-8.

Cedarcrest 60, Sultan 54: At Sultan, Daniel Campbell scored 17 points to lead Cedarcrest to the Cascade Conference win. Sultan’s Matty Ruddock led all scores with 20 points.

At Sultan H.S.

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Cedarcrest—Rekers 10, Taylor 9, Dowd 2, Campbell 17, Corpus 7, McCadam 7, Marty 8, Houser 0, Duffy 0. Sultan—Ruddock 20, Beebe 2, Cotterill 0, Knoles 0, B. VandenEkart 4, T. VandenEkart 16, Rutz 0, Hatton 9, Pruitt 0, Hall 3. 3-point goals—Taylor 1, Campbell 3, Marty 1, Ruddock 1, T. VandenEkart 2. Records—Cedarcrest 6-3 league, 9-6 overall. Sultan 2-6, 3-11.

Friday Harbor 70, Darrington 36: At Friday Harbor, Roy Taylor scored 19 points to lead Friday Harbor to the Northwest 1A/2B win.

At Friday Harbor H.S.

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Darrington—Buchanan 9, Fenstermaker 8, Gillette 6, Olson 0, Barker 0, Cousins 1, Gentry 4, Fabri 0, McMillion 3, Meece 5. Friday Harbor—Ausilio 11, Taylor 19, Buck 3, Jangard 3, Ukra 5, Howard 8, Lawson 13, Galt 2, Pruitt 2, West 4, Rosales 0. 3-point goals—Taylor 2, Jangard. Records—Darrington 1-8 league, 2-14 overall. Friday Harbor 6-2, 7-9.

Lummi 84, Skykomish 52: At Skykomish, Lummi broke open a close game in the second half, outscoring Skykomish 38-13 to put away the Northwest 1B League win. Lummi’s Kyle Finkbonner led all scorers with 26 points. Cody Wahl had 14 points and 15 rebounds for Skykomish and teammate Kyle Wahl had 12 rebounds.

At Skykomish H.S.

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Lummi—James 17, Finkbonner 26, Martin 0, Jameson 9, Rivera 8, Cultee 11, Roberts 9, Fryberg 0, Misanes 4. Skykomish—K. Wahl 4, C. Wahl 14, Torres 8, Musser 18, Hanis 8, Dorgan 0, Blunt 0. 3-point goals—James 1, Finkbonner 3, Jameson 1, Cultee 3, Musser 2. Records—Lummi 11-0 league, 15-2 overall. Skykomish 2-8, 3-8.

North Sound Christian 75, Highland Christian 47: At Arlington, North Sound Christian outscored Highland Christian in each quarter in the Northwest 1B contest.

At Highland Christian H.S.

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Highland Chr.1017812—47

North Sound Christian—not reported. Highland Christian—Teal 23, Wold 10, Star 6, Poortinga 8. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—North Sound Christian 7-3 league, 7-6 overall. Highland Christian 0-10, 1-15.

Lopez Island 59, Tulalip Heritage 54: At Tulalip, Mica Arps scored 28 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Lopez Island to the Northwest 1B win.

At Tulalip Heritage H.S.

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Tulalip Heritage1315719—54

Lopez Island—K. Jardine 6, Hoffman 0, Carson 7, C. Jardine 0, A. Buffum 18, Arps 28. Tulalip Heritage—Comenote 25, Hatch 2, Pramos 2, Henry 4, Whitebear 13, Kublik 3, Enick 2, George 2. 3-point goals—Comenote 5, Whitebear 1, Kublik 1, K. Jardine 2, Buffum 2, Carson 1. Records—Lopez Island 9-2 league, 12-5 overall. Tulalip Heritage 6-5, 9-9.

Boys swimming

Sehome 96, Stanwood 74

At Stanwood Sports Club

200 medley relay—Sehome (Jordan Fish, Alex Thon, Casey Klipsch, Patrick Gregory) 1:45.61; 200 freestyle—Tyler Swanson (St) 1:55.16; 200 individual medley—Austin Fish (Se) 1:58.78; 50 freestyle—David Escobar (St) 24.19; Diving—Not held; 100 butterfly—Tim Hammer (St) 58.27; 100 freestyle—Matt Roe (St) 49.75; 500 freestyle—Andy Small (Se) 5:19.34; 200 freestyle relay—Sehome (Austin Fish, Pat Gregory, Alex Thon, Casey Klipsch) 1:35.10; 100 backstroke—Jordan Fish (Se) 58.65; 100 breaststroke—Patrick Gregory (Se) 1:08.18; 400 freestyle relay—Sehome (Austin Fish, Jordan Fish, Ryan Newell, Alan Cui) 3:31.17. Records—Sehome not reported. Stanwood 8-3-1 overall.

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