PREP BOYS ROUNDUP: Glacier Peak gets much-needed win over Shorecrest

  • Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 11:28pm
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Herald staff

SNOHOMISH — Coming into Friday night’s game against Shorecrest, Glacier Peak trailed the Scots and Meadowdale by three games for first place among 3A teams in the Wesco South. The Grizzlies needed a win.

Apparently the Glacier Peak players knew it, too, as they cruised to a 74-41 win over Shorecrest.

“We had a lot of energy on the defensive end and that led to us playing hard,” Grizzlies’ coach Brian Hunter said.

Nine of the 10 Glacier Peak players that played in the game scored, including three in double figures.

“I think that’s a big part of it too, every guy we went to in the game played with a lot of energy and played hard,” Hunter said.

Glacier Peak jumped on the Scots from the start, building a 38-16 advantage at halftime.

“Holding them to 16 in the first half was obviously the key to building it how we did,” Hunter said.

Drew Cummins returned from taking a elbow to the head on Thursday that required six stitches, he dished out 10 assists for the Grizzlies.

“He got after it. He did a really good job of pushing the ball and finding guys,” Hunter said. “He set the tempo in a great way.”

Brandon Hill led the Grizzlies with 22 points, Nick Persha scored 13, Devon Kiser scored 11 and Cummins scored nine.

Jordan Brown led Shorecrest with 25 points.

“He shot the ball well. He played hard. I thought he had a good game,” Hunter said of Brown.

At Glacier Peak H.S.

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Shorecrest—Clevenger 4, T. McCoy 0, Diel 0, Hake 10, Bateman 0, B. McCoy 2, Brown 25, Johnson 0, Shattuck 0. Glacier Peak—Persha 13, Hill 22, Southard 3, Cummins 9, Manning 3, Harris 1, Pederson 5, Kiser 11, Bonner 7, Pervier 0. 3-point goals—Hill 2, Manning 1, Hake 1. Records—Shorecrest 9-3 league, 10-4 overall. Glacier Peak 7-5, 9-5.

Mariner 58, Edmonds-Woodway 56: At Edmonds, Mariner’s Austin Reola hit four 3-pointers at opportune times — including two late in the fourth quarter — and Mariner was 21-for-25 from the foul line in its first Wesco South win of the season.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

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Edmonds-Woodway8161418—56

Mariner—Williams 6, Kiehl 21, Reola 16, Coles 8, Purnell 0, Massey 4, McCulloch 3, Parra 0. Edmonds-Woodway—Nealey, Rupple 6, Bury 2, Wooley 7, Degrazia 10, Brudevold 3, Kwon 0, Choi 4, Berg 9, Willcock 15, Butler 0. 3-point goals—Reola 4, Wooley 1, Brudevold 1, Willcock 1. Records—Mariner 1-11 league, 1-13 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 3-9, 5-9.

Kamiak 66, Meadowdale 61: At Mukilteo, Kamiak jumped on Meadowdale early behind Andrew Makori, who finished with 22 points and three 3-pointers. Meadowdale trimmed a 17-point advantage down to four in the fourth quarter thanks to Connor Hamlett, who had a game high 28 points. But the Mavericks could not overcome 1-for-14 shooting from behind the arc. Kamiak’s Connor Conrad had a team-high seven rebounds to go with 12 points in the Wesco south upset.

At Kamiak H.S.

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Meadowdale—Neff-Warner, Casper, Linton 2, Werner 13, Beucherie 2, Tallman 12, Gage 0, Dooley 2, Sand 0, Buck 2, Hamlett 28. Kamiak— Josh Wisnubroto 2, Berg 2, Makori 22, Kussman 2, Oakes, Self 2, Manchester 6, Blacksmith 0, Houghtaling 19, Conrad 12. 3-point goals—Makori 3, Werner. Records—Meadowdale 9-3 league, 11-3 overall. Kamiak 3-9, 4-10.

Jackson 74, Shorewood 72: At Shoreline, Jackson survived a late Shorewood flurry and avoided a Wesco South upset when the Thunderbirds’ desperation heave at the buzzer fell short. Brett Kingma’s six 3-pointers were too much for Shorewood as the senior guard recorded a season-high 35 points. The Timberwolves overcame 38 percent shooting from the floor by making them at the free-throw line where they had 26 attempts compared to six for Shorewood, which was paced by the 23 points of Semir Kadiric.

At Shorewood H.S.

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Jackson—Kingma 35, Todd 8, Dineen 0, Rucker 0, Massengale 12, O’Keefe 14, Gilchrist 2, Wishko 3. Shorewood—Brazell 0, King, Carroll 9, Delgado, Andrews 0, Mitchell 17, Kadiric 23, Berquist 3, Smallwood 10, Simpkins 10. 3-point goals—Kingma 6, Mitchell 3, Smallwood 2, Carroll. Records—Jackson 11-1 league, 13-1 overall. Shorewood 5-7, 5-9.

Marysville-Pilchuck 55, Everett 48: At Marysville, Kyle Hinkley made two of his four 3-pointers as M-P pulled away in the third quarter of the Wesco North game. Ryan Shannon led the Tomahawks with 17 points, 10 blocked shots, sevens rebounds and six steals.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

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Everett—Brown 12, Edwards 0, McKinnon 14, Gebert 4, Dickson 0, Sontra 9, Smith 0, Frauenholtz 4, Daly 5. Marysville-Pilchuck—Stokes 2, Kiblinger 5, Hinkley 16, Shannon 17, Oden 0, Chris Dockendorf 0, Emch 3, Stevens 0, Calahan 5, Parker 4, Daguison 3. 3-point goals—Kiblinger 1, Hinkley 4, Shannon 3, Brown 1, McKinnon 4. Records—Everett 1-10 league, 3-12 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 4-7, 7-8.

Stanwood 77, Arlington 68: At Arlington, Stanwood overcame a two-point deficit in the fourth quarter to win the Wesco North game against Arlington. Zack Johnson scored a game-high 28 points for the Spartans and Drew Haugstad added 23 points.

At Arlington H.S.

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Stanwood—Haugstad 23, Reinecke 8, Schmidt 16, Cook, Schroyer, Johnson 28, McCune, Taylor 2. Arlington—Carlson 19, Cooper 16, Petersen 9, Davis, Kurtzenacker, Ginnis 12, Smith, Brummel 10, Ladines, Robertson, Dawn 2. 3-point goals—Cooper 4, Ginnis 2, Haugstad 5, Reineke 2, Schmidt 2. Records—Stanwood 9-2 league, 9-6 overall. Arlington 4-6, 7-7.

Lake Stevens 56, Monroe 43: At Monroe, Shane Kaska scored 22 points, connecting on four 3-pointers as Lake Stevens earned the Wesco North victory. With the win and Arlington loss, Lake Stevens clinched a 4A District 1 playoff berth.

At Monroe H.S.

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Lake Stevens—Israel 0, Isaksen 6, Schneider 6, Hanson 4, Maw 17, J. Dodge 0, Kaska 21, Vandegrift 0, Nelson 2. Monroe—Bunge 7, Pham 0, Drivstuen 0, Ulanovskiy 7, Reilly 0, Lustyuk 6, Meeus 6, Parker 12, Turner 5. 3-point goals—Bunge 1, Turner 1, Ulanovskiy 1, Maw 2, Kaska 4. Records—Lake Stevens 10-1 league, 11-4 overall. Monroe 3-8, 5-10.

Snohomish 59, Oak Harbor 47: At Oak Harbor, Snohomish was led by the game-high 26 points and nine boards of Blane Ortiz, and the Panthers outscored Oak Harbor 20-4 in the third quarter in the Wesco North win. Mike Washington had a team-high 24 points, with four 3s, four rebounds and three assists for Oak Harbor.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

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Snohomish—Hamlin 10, Ortiz 26, Sterley 0, Newell 0, Savage 0, Reichenberger 0, McGee 15, Steele 6, Caldwell 2. Oak Harbor—Smith 4, Fakkema 0, Anter 0, Bratt 0, Harden 8, Stout 5, T. Paul 6, Washington 24. 3-point goals—Washington 4, Hardin 2. Records—Snohomish 8-3 league, 9-6 overall. Oak Harbor 2-8, 3-11.

Coupeville 71, Cedarcrest 52: At Duvall, Coupeville outrebounded Cedarcrest 41 to 17 and Jason Bagby scored 22 points to lead the Wolves to the Cascade Conference win.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

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Coupeville—Wilcox 15, Bagby 22, Hayes 0, Smith 13, E. King 2, Brookhouse 3, Engle 0, Walstad 0, Hammer 16. Cedarcrest—Rekers 8, Taylor 22, Dowd 0, Campbell 14, Corpus 0, Hammontree 0, McCadam 4, Marty 2, Houser 2. 3-point goals—Brookhouse 1, Rekers 2, Campbell 4. Records—Coupeville 6-2 league, 11-3 overall. Cedarcrest 5-2, 8-5.

Lakewood 76, Sultan 41: At Marysville, Tre Haslom had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead Lakewood to the Cascade Conference win.

At Lakewood H.S.

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Sultan—Ruddock 10, Beebe 8, Cotterill 2, Knoles 4, B. VandenEkart 3, Theo VandenEkart 10, Rutz 0, Hatton 1, Alwood 0, Pruitt 2, Hall 1. Lakewood—Fry 6, Lujan 0, Bird 10, Wiersma 3, Hawkins 14, Stanton 6, VonPein 6, Haslom 17, Jones 2, Hesselman 5, Sanders 0, Diggs 7. 3-point goals—Fry 1, Bird 2. Records—Sultan 1-5 league, 2-10 overall. Lakewood 2-4, 4-8.

King’s 41, Granite Falls 27: At Shoreline, Ryan Hoff shot 4-for-6 from 3-point range and had 21 points to help lead King’s past Granite Falls in a Cascade Conference game.

At King’s H.S.

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Granite Falls—Matalomani 0, Walker 5, Gumke 3, Whitt 9, Cashman 1, Hitchcock 9, Phelps 0, Hereth 0, Loucks 0. King’s—Brugger 3, Sawtell 1, Hoff 21, Coshow 0, Berendsen 4, Porcello 0, Cheledinas 8, Doldier 4, Castonguay 0, Taylor 0. 3-point goals—Hoff 4. Records—Granite Falls 0-7 league, 0-13 overall. King’s 7-1, 10-4.

South Whidbey 63, Archbishop Murphy 62: At Langley, Riley Newman scored 24 points to help boost South Whidbey to the Cascade Conference win. Zach Smith scored a team-high 23 points for Archbishop Murphy.

At South Whidbey H.S.

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Archbishop Murphy—Smith 23, Felder 5, Huesers 5, Wagner 19, DeGrazia, Gordon 8, McCann 2, Ryan, Anderson. South Whidbey—Bennett 1, Erikson 9, Dibble 2, Thornley 14, Price, George 9, Cary, Newman 24, Norris 4, Ball. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Archbishop Murphy 3-3 league, 5-7 overall. South Whidbey 3-3, 5-5.

Shoreline Christian 66, Darrington 40: At Shoreline, Shoreline Christian outscored Darrington 32-16 in the second half to take the Northwest 1A/2B victory.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

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Darrington—Buchanan 11, Nash 3, Fenstermaker 4, Gillette 2, Olson 2, Barker 4, Schoneman 0, Cousins 4, Gentry 0, Fabri 0, McMillion 8, Meece 2, Lucas 0. Shoreline Christian—Taniguchi 1, DeKoekkoek 0, Jacobs 15, Lidstrom 0, Bauman 10, Drollinger 15, Hudson 13, Danhof 4, Deelstra 6. 3-point goals—Buchanan 1, Nash 1, Jacobs 1, Drollinger 3. Records—Darrington 0-8 league, 1-14 overall. Shoreline Christian 6-2, 12-4.

North Sound Christian 61, Tulalip Heritage 55: At Tulalip, North Sound Christian held off Tulalip Heritage’s fourth-quarter surge to win the Northwest 1B game.

At Tulalip Heritage H.S.

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North Sound Christian—Reidt 6, M.Patterson 3, Mackie 6, W. Patterson 7, Schettler 9, Martinez, Hudson 18, Purdy 2, Foley. Tulalip Heritage—George 3, Enick 6, Reedy 18, Henry 2, Comenote 9, Whitebear 17. 3-point goals—Mackie 2, George 1. Records—North Sound Christian 6-3 league, 6-6 overall. Tulalip Heritage 6-3, 9-6.

Lummi 59, Grace Academy 27: At Marysville, David James directed the attack and Kyle Finkbonner led all scorers for Lummi. The tandem scored 14 and 16 points, respectively, and Lummi used a 22-3 third quarter to put the Northwest 1B game out of reach.

At Grace Academy H.S.

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Lummi—James 14, Finkbonner 16, Oldham 0, Roberts 7, Martin 7, Revey 6, Rivera 5, Miganes 2, Robinson 2. Grace Academy—O’Kelly 0, Weinberg 6, N. Lugg 7, Elvrom 4, Hackbarth 0, Herrington 6, Thompson 0, Jorgenson 0, Young 1, Moussi 3, Kaler 0, Tuttle, J. Lugg, Rock 0. 3-point goals—Weinberg 2, Moussi, James, Finkbonner, Roberts, Martin. Records—Lummi 8-0 league, 12-2 overall. Grace Academy 2-9, 3-13.

Boys swimming

Archbishop Murphy 98, Cascade 85

At Forest Park Pool

200 medley relay—Cascade (Tanner Hoidal, Bramon Yotti, Eric Ellersick, Taylor Covert) 1:50.58; 200 freestyle—Philip Walczak (AM) 2:03.30; 200 individual medley—Bramon Yotti (C) 2:21.02; 50 freestyle—Eric Ellersick (C) 23.68; Diving—Owen LeSense (C) 138.20; 100 butterfly—Eric Ellersick (C) 57.35; 100 freestyle—RD Hunter (AM) 54.45; 500 freestyle—Alec Barnard (AM) 5:06.44; 200 freestyle relay—Archbishop Murphy (Nick Pursley, Philip Walczak, Alex Walczak, Patrick Throckmorton) 1:44.22; 100 backstroke—Alec Barnard (AM) 1:00.29; 100 breaststroke—Bramon Yotti (C) 1:09.40; 400 freestyle relay—Cascade (Casey Wiedmer, Eric Ellersick, Tanner Hoidal, Bramon Yotti) 3:39.90. Records—Archbishop Murphy 6-2 overall. Cascade 4-7.