PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Edmonds-Woodway wins ninth straight, clinches district berth

  • Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 11:21pm
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Herald staff

EVERETT — It was almost as if the Edmonds-Woodway girls basketball team had a crystal ball at the beginning of the week letting them know the Warriors were going to win three games in a five-day stretch and clinch a 4A District 1 playoff berth.

It all came together Friday night.

Edmonds-Woodway had eight steals to trigger a 22-5 run in the second quarter, and Angela Woods had three 3-pointers in the quarter against Mariner’s zone defense as the Warriors cruised to the Wesco South win Friday night at Mariner High School.

“We had a real good week, we beat Shorecrest, had rematch with Jackson Wednesday and beat them, and then clinched tonight,” E-W head coach Duane Hodges said, with E-W now 11-1 in league, 13-1 overall.

Woods finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds, and teammate Sydney Donaldson finished with a team-high 14 points.

E-W has a rematch with Meadowdale next week — the only team to blemish the Warriors’ record this season — and that is at the top of Hodges’ mind.

“Now its all about getting ready for a rematch against Meadowdale next Wednesday,” Hodges said. “It was our only loss of the season, and this time we will have Angela Woods,” who was out in the last meeting.

At Mariner H.S.

Edmonds-Woodway14221412—62

Mariner8589—31

Edmonds-Woodway—Kasper 9, Marenah 0, Nash 4, Rois 0, Mason 4, Kenney 5, Tanjo 1, Tuuamalemalo 4, Curtis, Albertson 9, Donaldson 14, Woods 12. Mariner—Grant 2, Mainord 5, Shay 3, Laush 7, Todhunter 8, Smith 4, Herbert 0, Lott 2, Wilson 0. 3-point goals—Laush 1, Shay 1, Todhunter 1, Kasper 1, Woods 4. Records—Edmonds-Woodway 11-1 league, 13-1 overall. Mariner 0-12, 0-14.

Jackson 64, Shorewood 34: At Mill Creek, Jackson’s Erin Feeney had 19 of her 23 points in the first half, and shot 7-for-7 from the foul line, and the inside presence of teammate Leigh-Ann Haataja caused trouble for Shorewood with her 17 points and four blocks. With the win, Jackson clinched a 4A District 1 playoff berth.

At Jackson H.S.

Shorewood912103—34

Jackson18181513—64

Shorewood—Fasbender 3, Godfrey 0, Echert 7, Lindgren 2, Hasegawa 2, Franklin 0, McDonald 7, Nephew 2, Ellersick 6, Shtikel 5, Rasmussen 0. Jackson—Cassidy Oliphant 2, Gjertsen 4, Coacher 2, Feeney 23, K. McArthur 0, M. McArthur 5, Johnson 0, Murphy 3, Bylsma 0, King 0, Stoffel 8, Haataja 17. 3-point goals—Feeney 4, Echert 1, Schtikel 1. Records—Shorewood 3-9 league, 4-10 overall. Jackson 10-2, 12-2.

Meadowdale 60, Kamiak 45: At Lynnwood, Margreet Barhoum scored 14 points to lead Meadowdale to the Wesco South win.

At Meadowdale H.S.

Kamiak715815—45

Meadowdale11151222—60

Kamiak—Burns 11, Larson 0, Barnes 9, Williams 0, Keller 0, Kussman 4, Mahjoubian 2, Johnson 2, O’Brien 0, Blackwell 6, Plourd 2, Stephens 9. Meadowdale—J. Fjortoft 10, Barhoum 14, Landa 4, Rickel 2, Engstrom 6, Beyer 10, O’Neill 5, Horn 3, Shrum 6, Reuble 0, S. Fjortoft 0. 3-point goals—Burns 1, Beyer 2, Shrum 1. Records—Kamiak 6-6 league, 8-6 overall. Meadowdale 8-4, 9-5.

Shorecrest 51, Glacier Peak 49 OT: At Shoreline, Bri Lasconia scored 12 of her 15 points in the second half and dished the game-winning assist in overtime to lift the Scots to their eighth Wesco South win of the year. Katie Hawkins hit a 3-pointer for the Grizzlies with five seconds to go in the fourth quarter to extend the game. Peak’s Marjorie Heard led all scorers with 17 points.

At Shorecrest H.S.

Glacier Peak12138142—49

Shorecrest14512164—51

Glacier Peak—Granger 4, Hawkins 9, Smith 10, Rasmussen 2, Hill 5, VanDlac 2, Gere, Freitas 0, Weathersby 0, Heard 17. Shorecrest—Axelson 5, Ruhlman 0, Jones, Schrote 0, Jarvis 0, Schachle, Greenburg 3, Lasconia 15, Tulee 11, Uppinghouse 12, Matheson 5, Ibsen. 3-point goals—Tulee 2, Uppinghouse 2, Axelson, Hawkins, Heard. Records—Glacier Peak 6-6 league, 7-7 overall. Shorecrest 8-3, 9-4.

Oak Harbor 51, Snohomish 41: At Snohomish, Oak Harbor’s Jessica Denmon (22 points) and Nicole Mowbray combined for 40 points, and Oak Harbor pulled away down the stretch to take the Wesco North victory.

At Snohomish H.S.

Oak Harbor1471515—51

Snohomish1651010—41

Oak Harbor—Royal 2, Yoshimoto 3, Mowbray 18, Denmon 22, Abadesco 0, Renninger 0, James 4, Young 2, Walker 0. Snohomish—Wilson 0, Green 4, Young 9, Keithley 6, Coad 3, McKervey 0, McIntyre 0, Dreves 6, Bride 13. 3-point goals—Yoshimoto 1, Denmon 2, Coad 1. Records—Oak Harbor 6-4 league, 9-5 overall. Snohomish 4-7, 5-10.

Marysville-Pilchuck 55, Everett 23: At Everett, Marysville-Pilchuck’s defense forced 29 Everett turnovers in the Wesco North game. Morgan Martinis scored 13 points for the Tomahawks, including four 3’s.

At Everett H.S.

Marysville-Pilchuck14161411—55

Everett34124—23

Marysville-Pilchuck—Lentz 4, Martinis 13, Adams 6, Peterson 4, Beyer 2, Watson 6, Heckendoff 14, Enberg 2, Rossnagle 4. Everett—Hope 8, Sains, Bagley, Olson, Barhanovich 1, Harper 5, Burton, Taggart 9, Sittauer. 3-point goals—Martinis 4, Adams 1. Records—Marysville-Pilchuck 10-1 league, 12-3 overall. Everett 1-10, 2-13.

Stanwood 47, Arlington 45: At Stanwood, trailing 45-42 with 23 seconds remaining, Stanwood called for a sideline play designed to set up three separate players for a 3-point attempt. The second option, Jade Borseth, knocked down a 3 and was fouled in the process. Borseth made the free throw and Stanwood took the lead for good in the Wesco North game. Borseth led Stanwood with 20 points.

At Stanwood H.S.

Arlington149715—45

Stanwood1091315—47

Arlington—Abdo 3, Sarver 5, Evans 0, Duncan 3, Van Loo 5, Kesselring 7, Murrin 0, Grogan 0, Daggett 2, Ferro 8, Schmuck 4, Wilson 8. Stanwood—Shaughnessy 7, Tiechgrab, Chappel, Duncan, Lund, Titus 2, Bingham 3, Murphy 2, Borseth 20, Kelleigh 4, Swartz 9. 3-point goals—Sarver 1, Duncan 1, Borseth 2. Records—Arlington 5-5 league, 8-6 overall. Stanwood 4-7, 6-9.

Archbishop Murphy 69, South Whidbey 27: At Everett, Sam Pettinger and Savannah Fletcher each scored 10 points and Shelby Lyman added five for all of Archbishop Murphy’s 25 points in the first quarter as the Wildcats rolled to the Cascade Conference win.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

South Whidbey46710—27

Archbishop Murphy2581719—69

South Whidbey—Kovic 0, Calderwood 10, Alber 2, O’Sullivan 0, Prosch 13, Brown 2, Linehan 0, Schuster 0. Archbishop Murphy—Beth Carlson 6, Ericksen 6, Lyman 8, Bartholomew 0, Begert 0, Vincent 0, Pettinger 13, Fletcher 16, Rasmussen 10, Megan Carlson 2, Nelson 2, Rebich 4, Meehan 2, Hassebrock 0. 3-point goals—Prosch 1, Ericksen 2, Lyman 2, Pettinger 3, Rasmussen 2. Records—South Whidbey 0-6 league, 0-12 overall. Archbishop Murphy 6-0, 10-2.

Sultan 77, Lakewood 45: At Sultan, Bianca O’Hara scored a game-high 25 points with nine steals and nine assists to lead Sultan to the Cascade Conference win. Caitlyn Darrah led Lakewood with 14 points.

At Sultan H.S.

Lakewood151389—45

Sultan21211817—77

Lakewood—Darrah 14, Wessell 2, Eby 4, Austad, Orr 2, Mizell 2, Smith 11, Raymond 8. Sultan—Batts 13, Nuyen 4, Wiedeger, Hopkins 3, Hassler, O’Hara 25, Haney 7, Johnson 12, Beucherie 2, Markwood 11. 3-point goals—O’Hara 1, Hopkins 1, Raymond 2, Darrah 4. Records—Lakewood 0-6 league, 0-11 overall. Sultan 5-1, 8-4.

King’s 57, Granite Falls 44: At Granite Falls, Granite Falls’ Peyton Spencer scored a game-high 21 points and had eight rebounds but the Tigers fell to King’s in the Cascade Conference contest. Joclyn Kirton scored 12 points for King’s and teammate Makenzie Taylor added 11.

At Granite Falls H.S.

King’s207822—57

Granite Falls10121111—44

King’s—Taylor 11, Berendsen 5, McConnaughey 8, Rasmussen 1, Storkson 8, Adams 8, Berg, Kirton 12, Barhanovich 2, Fairley 2. Granite Falls—Ogren, Spencer 21, Smith, R. Alexander 9, J. Alexander 3, Arndt 2, Hensley 9, Matalomani. 3-point goals—Spencer, Hensley, J. Alexander, Taylor 3, Berendsen. Records—King’s 8-6 league, 5-3 overall. Granite Falls 4-9, 3-4.

Coupeville 46, Cedarcrest 41: At Coupeville, Megan Smith scored 10 points to lead Coupeville to the Cascade Conference win.

At Coupeville H.S.

Cedarcrest1181210—41

Coupeville5171212—46

Cedarcrest—Stauffer 6, DenHartog 12, Hammontree 6, Smythe 3, Campbell 4, Rouleau 2, Morgan 0, Epps 0, McKinney 8, Kramer 0. Coupeville—K. Smith 6, Boyd 2, Rosenkrance 8, O’Keefe 1, M. Smith 10, Boonstra 2, Hesselgrave 9, Arnold 0, Manker 8. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Cedarcrest 4-3 league, 5-8 overall. Coupeville 4-4, 9-5.

Darrington 54, Shoreline Christian 21: At Shoreline, Darrington’s Renee Cousins scored 20 points and hit four 3-pointers, and the Wales twins combined for 21 rebounds in the Northwest 1A/2B contest. Krystin Pugh had 10 boards for the Loggers.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

Darrington1217178—54

Shoreline Christian6627—21

Darrington—Fanning 2, Gentry 0, H. Wales 15, Cousins 20, R. Wales 11, Baker 2, Pugh 2, Brooks 2. Shoreline Christian—Anderson 5, Hoskin 0, Call 0, Schneider 11, Ryder, Ott 2, Richards 3. 3-point goals—Anderson 1, Cousins 4. Records—Darrington 5-2 league, 10-4 overall. Shoreline Christian 0-7, 3-13.

Highland Christian 41, Lopez Island 15: At Lopez Island, Jade Olin had nine points and 14 rebounds, Esther Brown had eight points and nine steals and Highland outscored Lopez each quarter for the Northwest 1B win.

At Lopez H.S.

Highland Christian1061312—41

Lopez2526—15

Highland Christian—Brown 8, Diemer 3, Olin 9, Zimmerman 2, Sytsma 0, Tuemmler 17, Enge 2. Lopez Island—Taylor 2, DeGraaf 2, Stanley 3, Swanson 0, Shuber 2, Ogden 2, Dye 2, Rain 0, Steinbrueck 2. 3-point goals—Brown 1, Diemer 1, Stanley 1. Records—Highland Christian 5-3 league, 6-8 overall. Lopez 1-6, 5-7.

North Sound Christian 57, Tulalip Heritage 26: At Tulalip, North Sound used a full-court, man-to-man defense to shut down Tulalip and race out to a 20-0 advantage. Melissa Castor led the way for North Sound with 24 points and four treys. North Sound remained unbeaten in its seven Northwest 1B games.

At Tulalip Heritage H.S.

North Sound2071317—57

Tulalip Heritage07811—26

North Sound Christian—M. Castor 24, Otis 0, J. Castor 4, Speck 10, Washio 2, Oakland 17. Tulalip Heritage—Jimicum 0, Todd 0, Pierre 5, Barry 0, Jack 9, M. Fryberg 4, Villa 7, Enick 1, T. Fryberg 0, Hatch 0. 3-point goals—M. Castor 4, Jack. Records—North Sound Christian 7-0 league, 10-1 overall. Tulalip Heritage 1-6, 4-11.

Grace Academy 40, Lummi 31: At Marysville, Lauren Krumm scored 11 points and grabbed 17 rebounds to lead Grace Academy to the Northwest 1B win.

At Grace Academy H.S.

Lummi8788—31

Grace Academy2131213—40

Lummi—R. Jones 9, Frajman 16, Raymond 2, K. Lane 0, Dennis 2, T. Lane 0, Jefferson 0, D. Jones 0, Banks 2. Grace Academy—Moss 3, Emme 3, Likes 9, Schuler 4, L. Krumm 11, Cooper 4, Galbreath 2, H. Krumm 2, Wennersten 0, McAullife 0, Schlumpf 2. 3-point goals—Frajman 1. Records—Lummi 3-4 league, 4-8 overall. Grace Academy 6-4, 11-6.