Prep boys roundup: Edmonds-Woodway wins battle of unbeatens

EDMONDS — Edmonds-Woodway handed Kamiak its first loss of the season in front of a wild and loud audience at Edmonds-Woodway High School 38-23, using a variety of pins and decisions that made the crowd go crazy, according to E-W statistician Heather Rahla.

“It was loud, I don’t think I have ever seen this gym packed like it was last night ever before,” said Rahla, who has been the Edmonds-Woodway team statistician for more than 15 years. “This was the battle of an unbeaten.”

Edmonds-Woodway improved its record to 2-0 in the Wesco South and 4-1 overall. Kamiak dropped to 1-1 in conference, and 3-2 overall.

E-W won six of the first seven matches to jump out to an early advantage, but Kamiak won three of the next four to close in on the Warriors.

In the 135-pound bout, E-W’s Ryan Deweese defeated Bryton Reim 16-8. At the end of the first period, Deweese led 4-2, but Reim tied the score at 4-4 at the end of second. A flurry of points occurred in the third period between the two, until Deweese finally won 16-8.

In the final match of the night, the Warriors’ Ryan McAllister won by decision over Dillon Starkenburg, 14-10 in a match that included intense grappling, ground attacks, and escaping maneuvers.

“That was like playing cat and mouse, take down escape, takedown, escape,” Rahla said.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

171—Martin (EW) pinned Anderson 1:46; 189—Marson (K) pinned Koenig 2:11; 215—Rutledge (EW) decision Alusi 5-1; 285—Cutuk (EW) decision Clarkson 6-0; 103—Vulliet (EW) pinned Kraft 2:31; 112—Hutchinson (EW) pinned Price 0:25; 119—Warren (EW) maj. decision Graka 9-0; 125—Strickland (K) decision Carlson 7-0; 130—Kuslik (K) won by forfeit; 135—Deweese (EW) maj. decision Reim 16-8; 140—Linarie (K) pinned Fuell 5:56; 145—Alfi (EW) dec. Jacobson 6-3; 152—Regan (K) pinned Storino 3:47; 160—McAllister (EW) dec. Starkenburg 14-10. Records—E-W 1-1 conference, 2-2 overall. Kamiak 1-1, 3-1.

Mariner 76, Mountlake Terrace 6: At Mountlake Terrace, Michael Boyd (135 pounds) and Garry Kroshko (215 pounds) of Mariner pinned their opponents to help Mariner keep an undefeated Wesco South record. The Marauders are 3-0 in league dual meets.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

140—J. Venskus (Mar) major dec. Z. Leonard, 12-0; 145—Parker (Mar) pinned Goslin; 152—Coffman (Mar) pinned J. Leonard; 160—J. Nelson (Mar) by disqualification over Vishniakov; 171—G. Nelson (Mar) pinned Call 3:48; 189—A. Nelson (Mar) pinned Samuelson 0:42; 215—Kroshko (Mar) pinned Donohue 0:53; 285—Ratuniyauravu (Mar) pinned Carstens 3:45; 103—Parker (Mar) won by forfeit; 112—Kim (Mar) won by forfeit; 119—Quintero (MT) pinned C. Venskus (Mar) 0:26; 125—Koltsov (Mar) won by forfeit; 130—Johnson (Mar) won by forfeit; 135—Boyd (Mar) pinned Khuu 0:48. Records—Mariner 3-0 league, 4-2 overall. Mountlake Terrace 0-2, 0-5.

Meadowdale 63, Shorecrest 16: At Lynnwood, Thomas Hatch (189 pounds) of Meadowdale scored a pin in 30 seconds to help the Mavericks to their first Wesco South win of the season.

At Meadowdale H.S.

119—McKeegan (Mea) pinned Ong 1:56; 125—Adams (Mea) technical fall Officer 20-5; 130—Park (Mea) pinned Smith 0:20; 135—Parada (Mea) maj. decision McCue 9-1; 140—Kealoha (Mea) pinned Kelly 2:46; 145—Petrone (Mea) pinned Arbanisan 5:43; 152—Neville (Mea) pinned Miller 2:59; 160—Stevenson (Mea) won by forfeit; 171—Cazares (Sho) technical fall Tak’euchi 16-0; 189—Hatch (Mea) pinned Baker 0:25; 215—Loutsis (Mea) pinned Harris 0:30; 285—Morelli (Mea) pinned Ian 0:41; 103—Dimaand (Sho) technical fall Harris 17-2; 112—Salmon (Sho) pinned Wilkinson 1:45. Records—Shorecrest 0-1 league, 0-3 overall. Meadowdale 1-2, 2-4.

Jackson 51, Lynnwood 27: At Mill Creek, in the 130-pound match of the Wesco South meet, Jared Mead of Jackson scored a momentum swinging pin at 4:54. Anthony Henderson (119) of Lynnwood started the meet with a pin, but the Timberwolves took over following Mead’s win. Jackson is now 1-1 in league dual meets.

At Jackson H.S.

119—Henderson (Lyn) pinned Davis 4:31; 125—Hilicoske (Jac) won by forfeit; 130—Mead (Jac) pinned Martz 4:54; 135—Jones (Jac) pinned Gallaway 1:16; 140—Martin (Jac) dec. Takashima 9-7; 145—Khalaf (Lyn) dec. Stephan 6-5; 152—Bowen (Jac) won by forfeit; 160—Feiock (Jac) pinned Holtzmann 1:45; 171—Mortera (Jac) pinned Sherman 0:58; 189—Ulke (Lyn) won by forfeit; 215—Anabel (Jac) won by forfeit; 285—Anderson (Jac) won by forfeit; 103—Calkins (Lyn) won by forfeit; 112—Ubungen (Lyn) pinned Stephens 3:25. Records—Lynnwood 0-1 league, 0-4 overall. Jackson 1-1, 2-1.

Darrington 38, Tacoma Baptist 35: At Puyallup, Kolton Palmer pinned his opponent at 152 pounds to give Darrington the non-league win.

At Chief Leschi H.S.

160—R. Groh (D) maj. dec. Peters 14-6; 171—M. Groh (D) maj. dec. Talon 13-0; 189—Cline (TB) won by forfeit; 215—Mitchell (TB) won by forfeit; 285—Palmquist (TB) maj. dec. Reggelbruge 15-1; 103—Ashley Forrest (D) won by forfeit; 112—White (D) won by forfeit; 119—Herdle (TB) pinned Andrew Forrest 0:32; 125—Loughnan (D) pinned Delegard 1:18; 130—Fenstamaker (D) pinned Finley 4:20; 135—Dennis (TB) dec. Bryson 4-0; 140—Nolta (TB) won by forfeit; 145—Dorfner (TB) dec. McMillion 12-6; 152—Palmer (D) pinned Talon 1:56. Records—Darrington 2-1 overall.

Darrington 58, Chief Leschi 12: At Puyallup, the only points Darrington allowed in the non-league meet were in matches in which the Loggers forfeited.

At Chief Leschi H.S.

160—R. Groh (D) pinned Grant 0:42; 171—M. Groh (D) won by forfeit; 189—double forfeit; 215—Sanders (CL) won by forfeit; 285—Reggelbruge (D) pinned Dillion 5:39; 103—Ashley Forrest (D) pinned Mellow 3:21; 112—White (D) won by forfeit; 119—Andrew Forrest (D) pinned Peters 5:06; 125—Loughnan (D) won by forfeit; 130—Fenstamaker (D) won by forfeit; 135—Bryson (D) maj. dec. Daniels 13-3; 140—Duenas (CL) won by forfeit; 145—McMillion (D) pinned Green 1:23; 152—Palmer (D) pinned Hampson 0:20. Records—Darrington 2-1 overall.

Boys basketball

Edmonds-Woodway 57, Kamiak 48: At Mukilteo, Edmonds-Woodway emerged the winner in a clash between the two last-place teams in the Wesco South. Kenan Polovina led Edmonds-Woodway with 26 points.

At Kamiak H.S.

E-W 1218522—57

Kamiak 6121713—48

Edmonds-Woodway—Haggard 2, Bury, Rupple, Degrazia 10, Sherrill 3, Jordan 2, Wooley, Wilson 6, Willcock 8, Polovina 26. Kamiak— Kwon 7, Makori 13, Kussman 6, Glenn, LaChapelle, Manchester, Ruppel 12, Brown 4, Houghtaling 4, Lambert 4, Self. 3-point goals—Kwon 2, Makori 2, Ruppel 2, Sherrill 1. Records—Edmonds-Woodway 1-4 league, 2-5 overall. Kamiak 0-6, 1-7.

Meadowdale 45, Shorecrest 38: At Shoreline, Shorecrest held onto the lead until three minutes remained and Meadowdale escaped with a Wesco South victory by outscoring Shorecrest 17-4 in the fourth quarter. Meadowdale was 12-for-15 from the free-throw line, including six of seven in fourth quarter. the Mavericks’ Roger O’Neill led all scorers with 26 points. No Shorecrest player scored in double-digits.

At Shorecrest H.S.

Meadowdale 109917—45

Shorecrest 121394—38

Meadowdale—O’Neill 26, Johnson, Werner, Beucherie, Shiferaw, Surur, Coleman, Kyobe 5, Carroll 3, Hamlett 8, Larson 5. Shorecrest—Weinberg 7, McCoy, Diel, Hake 6, Bateman, Bartlett 3, Chibuogwu Jr. 2, Dodge 7, Clevenger 8, Sullivan 1, Shull 4. 3-point goals—O’Neill 1, Weinberg 1, Hake 2, Bartlett 1, Dodge 1. Records—Meadowdale 5-0 league, 6-1 overall. Shorecrest 2-3, 4-3.

Glacier Peak 50, Shorewood 44: At Snohomish, Glacier Peak trailed 20-15 at halftime, but rallied in the second half, outscoring Shorewood 21-12 in the third quarter to take the Wesco South win. GP’s Drew Cummins had 18 points, seven rebounds and eight steals to lead the Grizzlies. Tomas Sanchez led Shorewood with 19 points.

At Glacier Peak H.S.

Shorewood 4161212—44

Glacier Peak 782114—50

Shorewood—Pillay 5, Parrilla, Mitchell 5, Simpkins, Sanchez 19, Smallwood 7, Haug 4, Wood 4, Dana. Glacier Peak—Persha 3, Hill 14, Southard 1, Cummins 18, Pederson, Kiser 6, Bonner 8. 3-point goals—Pillay 1, Smallwood 3, Hill 2. Records—Shorewood 1-4 league, 2-5 overall. Glacier Peak 3-3, 5-3.

Jackson 46, Lynnwood 41: At Lynnwood, Jackson made just two baskets from the field in the fourth quarter but went 8-for-13 at the free-throw line and was able to hold on and get the Wesco South victory.

At Lynnwood H.S.

Jackson 1512712—46

Lynnwood 961214—41

Jackson—Kingma 4, Todd 10, Cody 2, Rucker 3, Bray 8, Gay 8, Gilchrist 4, Wishko 5, O’Keefe 2. Lynnwood—Bryant, Evans 1, Shippey 0, Milne 10, Elder 0, Daniel 0, Wilson 2, Meinken 7, Steelquist, Matzen 14, Alexander 0, Fajemisin 7. 3-point goals—xxx. Records—Jackson 3-1 league, 4-2 overall. Lynnwood 1-4, 3-4.

Arlington 60, Oak Harbor 35: At Arlington, strong bench play, including six, second-quarter points from Blake Petersen, helped Arlington create a 16-point halftime lead in a Wesco North win. A.J. Richardson had 10 points, five assists and five rebounds for the Eagles. All of Arlington’s players scored. For Oak Harbor, 6-foot-2 freshman guard Mike Washington Jr. had 12 points.

At Arlington H.S.

Oak Harbor 12896—35

Arlington 1422204—60

Oak Harbor—Boesch 0, Haley 0, Schulle 0, Fiske 4, Edens 0, Stout 7, Washington Jr. 12, Manni 0, Smith 3, Bratt 0, Waller 0, Nadeau 6, Anter 3. Arlington—Carlson 6, Cooper 11, Richardson 10, Heath 8, Larson 8, Petit 1, Busby 6, Petersen 6, Shell 2, Smith 2. 3-point goals—Cooper 3, Washington Jr. 1. Records—Oak Harbor 0-3 league, 1-6 overall. Arlington 1-2, 3-4.

Snohomish 58, Everett 39: At Everett, Reed Pecha made four of six 3-point attempts, finishing with 13 points in the Wesco North victory for Snohomish. Everett cut the deficit to nine points with just under four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter but never came closer.

At Everett H.S.

Snohomish 1491520—58

Everett 771015—39

Snohomish—Wolfe 13, Ortiz 8, VandenBosch 8, Mason 5, Pecha 13, McGinnis, McGee 8, M. Scattaregia 3, Caudill. Everett—Murray 11, Brown 2, McKinnon 5, Homer, Mattson 18, Frauenholtz 1, Barhanovich, Grindstaff, Daly 2. 3-point goals—Pecha 4, Murray 1, Mattson 2. Records—Snohomish 3-1 league, 5-3 overall. Everett 1-3, 2-5.

Lake Stevens 77, Cascade 64: At Everett, Shane Kaska and Sean Stickney combined to score 51 points for Lake Stevens in a Wesco North game. Kaska, a 6-foot-3 junior, sparked the Vikings with 15 first-half points. Chris McGrath had 34 points for Cascade. Lake Stevens connected on 21 of 29 free throws.

At Cascade H.S.

Lake Stevens 17192516—77

Cascade 12121426—64

Lake Stevens—Legg 4, Isaksen 4, Finley 0, Schneider 4, TJ Dodge 10, Hanson 2, Maw 0, Jo. Dodge 2, Kaska 24, Stickney 27. Cascade—Jackson 0, Hilliard 1, Tolpingrud 0, Taylor 5, McGrath 34, Hancock 11, Beaver 0, Barton 7, Lacey Jr. 2, McDaniels 2, Runkle 2. 3-point goals—McGrath 6, Hancock 3, Jo. Dodge 1, Kaska 1, Stickney 1. Records—Lake Stevens 4-1 league, 6-2 overall. Cascade 1-2, 1-4.

Cedarcrest 68, Coupeville 59 2OT: At Duvall, Cedarcrest got its first Cascade Conference win of the season, pulling away from Coupeville in a double-overtime thriller. Cedarcrest executed its offense well down the stretch to secure the win. Travis Cook led Cedarcrest with 23 points.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

Coup. 121417844—59


Coupeville—Williams 4, Wilcox 2, Bagby 14, Wacker 7, Peters 23, E. King, Brookhouse 2, Walstad 2, Hammer 5. Cedarcrest—Rekers 7, McRae 3, Campbell, Hintzke, Corpus 1, Alness 13, Padron 18, Cook 23, Fletcher, Klingenberg 3. 3-point goals—Rekers 2, Cook 3, Alness 1, Wacker 1, Peters 3. Records—Coupeville 0-1 league, 3-4 overall. Cedarcrest 1-0, 1-5.

Blaine 40, Lakewood 38: At Marysville, Blair Diamond had four points and six rebounds and Shanan Bird came up with three steals in the non-league loss against Blaine.

At Lakewood H.S.

Blaine 158116—40

Lakewood 91568—38

Blaine—Bakogeorge 6, McCarty, Alexander, Bird 3, Johannesson 7, Chau 15, Grasher 5, Green 4, Mekovich. Lakewood—Fry 2, Stauffer 4, Bird 2, Dennis 2, Hawkins 12, Leach 2, Wiersma, Diamond 4, Hesselman 10, Sanders. 3-point goals—Hawkins 1, Bakogeorge 1. Records—Blaine not reported. Lakewood 1-4.

Granite Falls 47, Concrete 44: At Concrete, Paul Gumke had six points in the fourth quarter and Jacob Howard and Erik Redman both made key 3-pointers in the final period to earn the come-from-behind, non-league victory for Granite Falls.

At Concrete H.S.

Concrete 791513—44

Granite Falls712721—47

Concrete—Smith 12, Schoolland 14, DeZarn, Scherer, Massingale, McIntosh 7, Howell 1, Clark 7, . Granite Falls—Howard 4, Hanson 2, Campbell, Gumke 6, Whitt 16, Mitchell, Cashman 2, Hillery 5, Beard 8, Redman 5. 3-point goals—Howard 1, Redman 1, McIntosh 1. Records—Concrete 1-6 overall. Granite Falls 2-4.

Friday Harbor 49, Darrington 31: At Friday Harbor, Jordan Nash scored 16 points and Friday Harbor built an early double-digit lead that it never relinquished in a Northwest 1A/2B League game. Cory Hoveskeland, a 5-foot-11 senior guard, had a team-high 14 points for Darrington, including nine points from behind the arc.

At Friday Harbor H.S.


Fri. Harbor16111111—49

Darrington—Parris 7, Hoveskeland 14, Buchanan 8, Gillette 2, Nash 0, Newcombe 0, Carter 0, Cousins 0. Friday Harbor—Ausilo 2, Sandifer 0, Aylward 7, Scheffer 9, Ukra 0, Strasser 7, Jangard 0, Howard 1, Nash 16, Lopez 6, Lawson 1. 3-point goals—Scheffer 1, Parris 1, Hoveskeland 3. Records—Darrington 1-1 league, 5-2 overall. Friday Harbor 2-0, 4-2.

Shoreline Christian 61, Orcas Island 57: At Eastsound, Shoreline Christian’s Jason Vermeer connected for 32 points and was 17-for-22 from the foul line as Shoreline won the Northwest 1A/2B League game after trailing by three at halftime. Shoreline outscored Orcas by seven points in the third period and Shoreline’s Travis Hudson scored 17 points. Orcas was led by Tyler Nigretto with 13 points.

At Orcas Island H.S.

Shoreline Chr.13141321—61

Orcas Isl.1614621—57

Shoreline Christian—Taniguchi, Vermeer 32, Drollinger, Jacobs 5, Ryder 3, Brown 1, Hudson 17, Danhof, Deelstra 3. Orcas Island—Nigretto 13, Blakenship, Wooding 11, Diepenbrock 8, Bredouw 1, Shaw 10, Janssen 6, Coe, Doherty 4, Leidecker 4. 3-point goals—Vermeer 3, Jacobs 1, Ryder 1, Nigretto 2, Wooding 2, Diepenbrock 1. Records—Shoreline Christian 1-1 league, 2-5 overall. Orcas Island 0-1, 1-3.

Lopez Island 34, Grace Academy 29: At Marysville, Grace Academy took a six-point lead into the final period but went scoreless in the fourth quarter of the Northwest 1B League game.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Lopez Island125611—34

Grace Acad.108110—29

Lopez Island—Peralta, K. Jardine 0, Carson 4, Dengler 2, Buffum 10, Samuel 7, Arps 9, Altona 0, Lease 2. Grace Academy—Jay Lee 5, Weinberg 12, Lugg 0, Young 4, O’Kelly 0, Herrington 8, Jorgenson 0. 3-point goals—Jay Lee 1, Buffum 2. Records—Lopez Island 2-2 league, 3-4 overall. Grace Academy 0-5, 1-7.

North Sound Christian 64, Tulalip Heritage 52: At Tulalip, Tanner Mahler tied his career-high with 27 points, including eight points in the fourth quarter, and teammate Jeremy Waller had four 3-pointers in the second quarter to knock off Tulalip Heritage for the second time this season. Tulalip closed the gap to three points at 49-46 after trailing by 16 at the half, but North Sound withstood the surge. Heritage’s Lesjar McKinney scored 16 points to lead his team.

At Tulalip Heritage H.S.

N. Sound1822915—64


North Sound Christian—Otis 11, Waller 16, Watson 8, Mahler 27, Patterson 2, Hudson, Reidt.Tulalip Heritage—George, McKinney 16, A. Jones, Ramos, Williams, WhiteBear 15, Reedy 2, Comenote 11, Hatch, Johnson, Kublic, E. Jones, Davis 8. 3-point goals—Waller 4, Otis 2, Mahler 2, Comenote 1. Records—North Sound 2-2 league, 3-5 overall. Tulalip Heritage 3-2, 7-2.

Boys swimming

Archbishop Murphy 91, Sedro-Woolley 73

At Skagit Valley YMCA Pool

200 medley relay—Sedro-Woolley (Cody Trout, Caleb Bradford, Tim Long, Jeremy Wright) 2:00.84; 200 freestyle—Arden Hunter (AM) 2:02.88; 200 individual medley—Philip Walczak (AM) 2:20.14; 50 freestyle—Cody Trout (S-W) 25.79; Diving—Not held; 100 butterfly—Tim Long (S-W) 1:09.21; 100 freestyle—Jeremy Wright (S-W) 57.02; 500 freestyle—Philip Walczak (AM) 5:27.25; 200 freestyle relay—Archbishop Murphy (Arden Hunter, Patrick Throckmorton, Nick Pursley, Philip Walczak) 1:46.36; 100 backstroke—Arden Hunter (AM) 1:03.18; 100 breaststroke—Jeremy Wright (S-W) 1:15.73; 400 freestyle relay—Archbishop Murphy (Philip Walczak, Patrick Throckmorton, Nick Pursley, Arden Hunter) 3:56.57. Records—Not reported.

Archbishop Murphy 86, Burlington-Edison 82

At Skagit Valley YMCA Pool

200 medley relay—Burlington-Edison (Gabe Martin, Danny Sosa, Ryley Pearson, Colby Nelson) 2:01.03; 200 freestyle—Arden Hunter (AM) 2:02.88; 200 individual medley—Ryley Pearson (B-E) 2:07.34; 50 freestyle—Gabe Benedetto (AM) 28.20; Diving—Not held; 100 butterfly—Augustine Gomez (B-E) 1:16.20; 100 freestyle—Ryley Pearson (B-E) 50.91; 500 freestyle—Philip Walczak (AM) 5:27.25; 200 freestyle relay—Burlington-Edison (Willy Skinnell, Eric Chomka, Augustine Gomez, Ryley Pearson) 1:45:08; 100 backstroke—Arden Hunter (AM) 1:03.18; 100 breaststroke—Danny Sosa (B-E) 1:17:32; 400 freestyle relay—Archbishop Murphy (Philip Walczak, Patrick Throckmorton, Nick Pursley, Arden Hunter) 3:56.57. Records—Not reported.

Shorewood 114, Newport 71

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Shorewood (Marcus Gill, Bryan Michaels, Mackey Hopen, Max DeMeritt) 1:43.95*; 200 freestyle—Tim Tan (S) 1:54.86; 200 individual medley—Thor Stensjord (S) 2:05.50; 50 freestyle—Mackey Hopen (S) 22.74*; Diving—Eddie Young (S) 254.15; 100 butterfly—Tim Tan (S) 55.27*; 100 freestyle—Thor Stensjord (S) 50.9; 500 freestyle—Bryan Michaels (S) 4:50.69; 200 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Mackey Hopen, Max DeMeritt, Tim Tan, Thor Stensjord) 1:32.92*; 100 backstroke—Marcus Gill (S) 59.16; 100 breaststroke—Bryan Michaels (S) 1:02.09*; 400 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Tim Tan, Marcus Gill, Thor Stensjord, Bryan Michaels) 3:31.85. Records—Newport 2-1 overall. Shorewood 4-1-1.

*Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

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