PREP ROUNDUP: Arlington girls improve their district playoff position

  • Wed Jan 27th, 2010 11:14pm
  • Sports

Herald staff

ARLINGTON — The Arlington girls basketball team was right in the thick of things heading into Wednesday night’s game against Monroe, a team that could have clinched a 4A District 1 playoff berth with a win.

Arlington came out of the game even more in the mix in the Wesco North.

The Eagles held off a Monroe charge in the fourth quarter to survive into overtime, and overcame a five-point deficit in the overtime period with strong post play to earn a 68-67 win Wednesday night at Arlington High School.

Arlington post Kaiti Ferro hauled in 10 boards and scored five of her seven points in overtime, and teammate post Ginny Wilson added four and the game winning shot with six seconds remaining to lift the Eagles.

“Wilson hit the go-ahead bucket on a designed play,” Eagles head coach Nathan Davis said. “My posts controlled the overtime period.”

Arlington is now 6-5 in the Wesco North, tied with Oak Harbor in the fourth position, after Everett dropped the Wildcats in an upset, 41-34. The fourth-ranked team earns a slot into the District 1 playoffs, and the fifth-ranked team gets a play-in game against a Wesco South school.

“We got another big one, we needed one like that,” Davis admitted. “This gives us some confidence back.”

Monroe was led by Suzanna Ohlsen’s game-high 28 points.

At Arlington H.S.

Monroe141192112—67

Arlington1013161613—68

Monroe—Ohlsen 28, Ashleigh Brazel 0, Alyssa Brazel 11, Dubell 2, Alexander 2, Robertson 9, Clark 13, Murphy 0, Wilkins 2, Snell 0. Arlington—Abdo 12, Sarver 5, Evans 0, Duncan 0, Van Loo 0, Kesselring 18, Murrin 2, Grogan 0, Daggett 2, Ferro 7, Schmuck 0, Wilson 22. 3-point goals—Ohlsen 3, Alyssa Brazel 1, Robertson 2, Clark 2, Abdo 1, Sarver 1. Records—Monroe 9-3 league, 12-4 overall. Arlington 6-5, 9-6.

Everett 41, Oak Harbor 34: At Everett, the Seagulls held Oak Harbor’s leading scorers Nicole Mowbray and Jessica Denmon to zero points in the third quarter, and Everett held on for the Wesco North upset as Oak Harbor closed the margin to three points with a minute remaining. Everett’s Molly Burton grabbed 10 rebounds and scored six points in the win.

At Everett H.S.

Oak Harbor910510—34

Everett8131010—41

Oak Harbor—Yoshimoto 2, Mowbray 13, Denmon 10, Abadesco 7, Renninger 2. Everett—Hope 2, Bagley 2, Barhanovich 2, Harper 12, Burton 6, Taggart 13, Sittauer 4. 3-point goals—Denmon 1, Taggart 1. Records—Oak Harbor 6-5 league, 9-6 overall. Everett 2-10, 3-13.

Snohomish 48, Cascade 42: At Everett, Julia Young scored a game-high 23 points to lead Snohomish to a Wesco North win. Brady Coad added eight points for the Panthers. University of Oregon recruit Danielle Love had 13 points and 11 rebounds for Cascade and Kiana Hood added 15 points.

At Cascade H.S.

Snohomish12121014—48

Cascade841218—42

Snohomish—Wilson 0, Green 4, Young 23, Keithley 4, Coad 8, McKervey 0, Dreves 7, Bride 2. Cascade—Devan Love 1, A. Davis 6, Danielle Love 13, Hood 15, Goff 5, Joyce 2. 3-point goals—Young 1, Coad 2, Dreves 1, Goff 1. Records—Snohomish 5-7 league, 6-10 overall. Cascade 2-9, 3-12.

Jackson 55, Mariner 20: At Everett, Leigh-Ann Haataja scored 16 points and Erin Feeney added 11 for Jackson in a Wesco South win. Keelie Shay scored eight points for Mariner.

At Mariner H.S.

Jackson16181011—55

Mariner6257—20

Jackson—Bozich 4, Coacher 2, Feeney 11, K. McArthur 5, M. McArthur 6, Johnson 1, Bylsma 1, Oliphant 1, Stoffel 8, Haataja 16. Mariner—Grant 4, Mainord 2, Shay 8, Laush 0, Nelwan 0, Todhunter 0, Smith 4, Herbert 0, Lott 2, Wilson 0. 3-point goals—Feeney 1, Shay 2. Records—Jackson 11-2 league, 13-2 overall. Mariner 0-13, 0-15.

Shorewood 59, Kamiak 56: At Mukilteo, Shorewood was 21-for-28 from the free-throw line and out-rebounded Kamiak 28-15 in the second half of the Wesco South game.

At Kamiak H.S.

Shorewood14131814—59

Kamiak1717166—56

Shorewood—Fasbender 0, Godfrey 0, Echert 13, Bridges 0, Lindgren 0, Hasegawa 0, McDonald 7, Nephew 4, Ellersick 14, Holley-Lair 15, Shtikel 3, Franklin 3. Kamiak—Burns 11, Larson 3, Barnes 8, Williams 1, Keller 0, Kussman 11, Mahjoubian 2, Johnson 9, O’Brien 1, Blackwell 2, Plourd 6, Stephens 2. 3-point goals—Burs 2, Kussman 1, Echert 3, Franklin 1, Ellersick 2. Records—Shorewood 4-9 league, 5-10 overall. Kamiak 6-7, 8-7.

Lynnwood 44, Shorecrest 36: At Shoreline, Lynnwood controlled the tempo late in the game as Casey Evans and Kelsey Parker hit back-to-back contested jumpers in the fourth quarter to extend the lead and give the Royals the Wesco South win. Lynnwood held a 29-12 free-throw advantage.

At Shorecrest H.S.

Lynnwood881117—44

Shorecrest214713—36

Lynnwood—Ruiz 0, Cross 6, Hella 0, Hill 10, Evans 8, Fajemisin 13, Parker 3, Wilson 4. Shorecrest—Axelson 3, Ruhlman 2, Jones 0, Schrote 5, Jarvis 0, Greenburg 3, Lasconia 8, Tulee 3, Uppinghouse 8, Matheson 4. 3-point goals—Tulee 1, Axelson 1. Records—Lynnwood 6-7 league, 8-7 overall. Shorecrest 8-4, 9-5.

Edmonds-Woodway 73, Meadowdale 54: At Edmonds, Angela Woods scored a game-high 21 points to go with seven assists and teammate Ashley Albertson added 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Warriors in the Wesco South victory.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

Meadowdale7141617—54

Edms-Wood.3381319—73

Meadowdale—Hatch 3, J. Fjortoft 3, Barhoum 9, Landa 6, Rickel 9, Engstrom 2, Beyer 7, O’Neill 7, Horn 4, Roberts 0, Shrum 2, S. Fjortoft 0. Edmonds-Woodway—Kasper 6, Nash 4, Rois 0, Kenney 9, Tanjo 2, Albertson 15, Donaldson 16, Woods 21. 3-point goals—Hatch 1, J. Fjortoft 1, Barhoum 1, Landa 1, Rickel 1, Kasper 1, Kenney 1, Donaldson 2, Woods 4. Records—Meadowdale 8-5 league, 9-6 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 12-1, 14-1.

Glacier Peak 56, Mountlake Terrace 50: At Snohomish, Hannah Freitas hit two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to help Glacier Peak stave off Mountlake Terrace in a Wesco South game. Freitas finished with 10 points, Katie Hawkins added 10 and Marjorie Heard scored a team-high 22 points for the Grizzlies. Corrine Pingul scored 17 of her team-leading 22 points in the first half for Terrace.

At Glacier Peak H.S.

M. Terrace1320107—50

Glacier Peak2016713—56

Mountlake Terrace—Calivo 1, Pingul 24, James 10, Bouche 3, Lotz 6, Wilson 4, Boxley 2. Glacier Peak—Granger 2, Hawkins 10, Smith 6, Rasmussen 0, Hill 2, VanDlac 4, Gere, Freitas 10, Weathersby 0, Heard 22. 3-point goals—Pingul 2, James 1, Freitas 2. Records—Mountlake Terrace 2-10 league, 3-11 overall. Glacier Peak 7-6, 8-7.

Boys basketball

King’s 55, Archbishop Murphy 40: At Everett, Ryan Hoff scored six of his game-high19 points in the second quarter to lead King’s to the Cascade Conference win.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

King’s5201115—55

Murphy69916—40

King’s—Brugger 7, Sawtell 7, Hoff 19, Coshow 5, Berendsen 2, McCutchen 0, Porcello 0, Cheledinas 10, Doldier 0, Castonguay 4, Taylor 0. Archbishop Murphy—Smith 10, Eichinger 4, Felder 10, Huesers 0, Wagner 9, DeGrazia 0, Gordon 2, McCann 5, Ryan 0, Anderson 0. 3-point goals—Smith 2, Felder 1, Wagner 1, McCann 2, Sawtell 1, Hoff 2. Records—King’s 8-1 league, 11-4 overall. Archbishop Murphy 3-4, 5-8.

Sultan 70, Granite Falls 51: At Granite Falls, Theo VandenEkart scored a game-high 34 points to lead Sultan to a Cascade Conference win. Zach Beebe added 13 points for the Turks. Jackson Phelps scored 13 points for Granite Falls.

At Granite Falls H.S.

Sultan23151121—70

Granite Falls1712814—51

Sultan—Ruddock 4, Beebe 13, Cotterill 2, Knoles 4, B.VandenEkart 3, Rutz 3, Hatton 3, Alwood 0, T.VandenEkart 34. Granite Falls—Matalomani 4, Gumke 7, Whitt 5, David Lund 2, Cashman 2, Hitchcock 9, Phelps 13, Hereth 9. 3-point goals—T.VandenEkart 2, Whitt 1, Phelps 1. Records—Sultan 2-5 league, 3-10 overall. Granite Falls 0-8, 0-14.

Boys swimming

Oak Harbor 125, Mount Vernon 53

At Vanderzicht Pool

200 medley relay—Oak Harbor (Jacob Jepsen, Yale Rosen, Price Hu, Josh Jepsen) 1:58.47; 200 freestyle—Jacob Jepsen (OH) 2:08.92; 200 individual medley—Josh Jepsen (OH) 2:28.57; 50 freestyle—Joel Graham (MV) 28.56; Diving—Price Hu (OH) 118.45; 100 butterfly—Price Hu (OH) 1:04.08; 100 freestyle—Devin Schell (OH) 59.80; 400 freestyle—Brett Vagt (OH) 5:09.99; 200 freestyle relay—Oak Harbor (Matt Boltze, Yale Rosen, Ben Cardinal, Devin Schell) 1:51.85; 100 backstroke—Jacob Jepsen (OH) 1:04.25; 100 breaststroke—Yale Rosen (OH) 1:13.40; 400 freestyle relay—Oak Harbor (Matt Bolte, Price Hu, Jacob Jepsen, Josh Jepsen) 4:05.26. Records—Mt. Vernon not reported. Oak Harbor 12-0 overall.

Wrestling

Jackson 44, Archbishop Murphy 36

At Jackson H.S.

145—Adam Nijem (J) pinned Steven Kane 1:08; 152—Cam Wade (AM) pinned Jeffrey Stephan 1:03; 160—Taylor Mead (J) pinned Matt Castonado 1:08; 171—Brandon Todd (AM) pinned Anthony Mortera 5:13; 189—Ali Ali (J) pinned Dakota Creed 3:45; 215—Ryan Sparto (AM) pinned Hector Morrell 1:18; 285—James Peckham (AM) won by forfeit; 103—Colin Farrell (AM) won by forfeit; 112—Jorge Escobedo (J) won by forfeit; 119—Jeremy Wattam (AM) pinned Jordan Stephens 5:03; 125—Bryan Stringfellow (J) maj. dec. Tom Callaghan 12-4; 130—Danny Davis (J) maj. dec. Daniel Miller 17-8; 135—Ben Bowen (J) pinned Rowan Sanders :28; 140—Brennan Sanchez (J) pinned Ben Boyer 1:19. Records—Archbishop Murphy 4-6 overall. Jackson 4-5.

Snohomish 45, Monroe 27

At Monroe H.S.

103—Austin Swetz (S) dec. Cody Lau, 8-3; 112—Sonny Bates-Mundell (S) pinned Javin Natarte, 3:36; 119—Ryan Perry (M) pinned Garrett Pope, :57; 125—Eric Kalmey (S) pinned Jake Elledge, 3:40; 130—Bub Johnson (M) pinned Griffin Clay, 5:18; 135—Jacob Profitt (S) dec. Cody Curnutt, 3-12; 140—nate Detrwiler (M) dec. Jared Mitchell, 11-4; 145—Luke Perry (S) pinned Ryan Foster, 3:40; 152—Anthony Dimaggio (M) pinned Matt Sardyk, 4:35; 160—Micah Morrill (S) pinned Nick Palumbo, 2:43; 171—Mark Morrill (S) dec. Cody Elledge, 10-8 OT; 189—Nathan Profitt (S) pinned Dylan Judson, 2:38; 215—Bryce Ingersoll (M) pinned Luke Reinard, 3:31; 285—Mike Maybin (S) pinned Alex Martin, 1:53. Records—Snohomish 5-3 league, 9-4 overall. Monroe 1-6, 4-6.