PREP WRESTLING/BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Snohomish staves off Edmonds-Woodway comeback

SNOHOMISH — Snohomish’s wrestling team jumped out to a 34-3 lead over Edmonds-Woodway on Thursday and appeared to be well on its way to victory. Then the Warriors ripped off a string six wins in a row to close the lead to 34-32.

But senior 145-pounder Jared Mitchell saved the day for Snohomish, defeating Marquise Brown 14-9 in the final match to give Snohomish the 37-32 non-league victory.

“That was for all the marbles, both of them battled, both of them fought hard,” Snohomish head coach Rob Zabel said of the last match.

Edmonds-Woodway’s comeback got the attention of the crowd and the wrestlers, both of whom Zabel said were loud during the final match, knowing what was on the line.

“It was everything a wrestling match should be. One team put up a big lead and one team battled back with a great run,” Zabel said.

Snohomish’s Luke Reinhard scored the quickest pin of the match, defeating Ryan Brown in 18 seconds.

At Snohomish H.S.

152—Luke Perry (S) pinned Levi Logstrom 1:49; 160—Sam Storino (E-W) def. Austin Thody 4-3; 171—Micah Morrill (S) pinned Zach Perez 2:54; 189—Mark Morrill (S) maj. dec. Jon Kim 9-0; 215—Nathan Proffit (S) pinned John Maldanado 4:15; 285—Luke Reinhard (S) pinned Ryan Brown :18; 103—Austin Swetz (S) pinned Noah Zarko 4:55; 112—Andrew Vulliet (E-W) maj. dec.Sonny Bates-Mundell 10-0; 119—Roque (E-W) def. Garrett Pope 7-5; 125—Mac Hutchinson (E-W) pinned Erik Kalmey 4:23; 130—Cozetta (E-W) won by forfeit; 135—Stefan Carlson (E-W) maj. dec. Isaac Meyer 11-2; 140—Ryan DeWeese (E-W) pinned Ammon Morrill 2:47; 145—Jared Mitchell (S) def. Marquise Brown 14-9. Records—Edmonds-Woodway 0-2-1 overall. Snohomish 4-1.

Everett 55, Glacier Peak 20

At Everett H.S.

171—Jerry Contreras (E) pinned Michael Palmar, 1:23; 189—Danny Lopez (E) dec. Robert Douglas, 17-9; 215—Alec Bird (E) won by forfeit; 285—Levi Carroll (E) pinned Bryan Catz, 3:46; 103—Jessie Lopez (E) won by forfeit; 112—Domonic Simonelli (E) pinned Eric Helm, :24; 119—Zane Crook (E) pinned Jacob Pregler 1:24; 125—Josh St. Marie (GP) dec. Jack Forest, 11-3; 130—Josh Anderson (E) dec. Paul Kim, 10-5; 135—Joey Hise (GP) dec. Sam Wright 19-5; 140—Joel Palabrica (E) pinned Connor Strong 5:03; 145—Kevin Iverson (GP) pinned Tyler Dutton 5:36; 152—Derek VanWyhe (GP) pinned Richie Heard 5:15; 160—Evan Paeth (E) pinned Cameron Stevie, 1:00. Records—Glacier Peak 0-1 overall. Everett 3-0.

Kamiak 54, Stanwood 9

At Kamiak H.S.

103—Josh Heitzman (K) maj. dec. Christian Pridgeon 12-3; 112—Josh Tcheng (S) won by forfeit; 119—Zach Regan (K) maj. dec. Jacob Scott 12-0; 125—Braedon Graika (K) def. Nick Kinsman 5-2; 130—David Hammond (K) pinned Nathaniel Zinkand 2:26; 135—Kole Engblom (K) def. Jarred Studley 7-5; 140—Bryton Reim (K) def. Wade Weinert 6-1; 145—Nate Regan (K) pinned Travis Stone 1:12; 152—John Linari (K) maj. dec. Kyle Bennett 13-4; 160—Joe Eidsness (S) def. Dillon Starkenburg 8-4; 171—Austin Bentley (K) def. David Aufai 4-2; 189—Brandon Hall (K) pinned Michael Anderson 1:14; 215—Zach Welsh (K) pinned Dennis Nikolin 1:58; 285—Adam Clarkson (K) pinned Alex Hartley 3:36. Records—Stanwood 1-2 overall. Kamiak 2-1.

Arlington 33, Mariner 33*

At Mariner H.S.

135—J. Venskus (M) maj. dec. Thuline 11-3; 140—C. Berg (A) pinned A. Parker; 145—Badgly (A) maj. dec. Cook 13-5; 152—Coffman (M) maj. dec. Dustin Ward 9-0; 160—McPherson (A) dec. G. Nelson 14-8; 171—J. Nelson (M) dec. Irvin 7-2; 189—Henderson (A) dec. Kroshko 2-1; 215—Quinton (A) pinned Cubilla; 285—Torre (A) pinned Bakeburg; 103—D. Parker (M) won by forfeit; 112—Bui (M) pinned Nunez; 119—Pham (M) pinned Covey; 125—Amundson (A) maj. dec. Kim 14-6; 130—Koltsov (M) dec. Driscoll 10-5. Records—Arlington 1-1 overall. Mariner 1-2.

Pin times not reported.

*Arlington won on the eighth tiebreaker criteria (most takedowns in the first round).

Darrington 36, Friday Harbor 30

At Darrington H.S.

189—Matt Groh (D) won by forfeit; 215—Calen Mehr (FH) pinned Tony Doperialski :51; 285—Moe Hyde (D) won by forfeit; 103—Double forfeit; 112—Double forfeit; 119—Double forfeit; 125—Derek Holm (D) pinned Katie Guthier :21; 130—Kerry Brooks (D) pinned Evan Barcky 1:17; 135—Johnny Loughnan (D) won by forfeit; 140—Jon Fenstermaker (D) pinned Tate Rumsickle :52; 145—Michael Davis (FH) pinned Nino Maltos :59; 152—Justin James (FH) pinned Dylan Landry 3:07; 160—Shawn Cutting (FH) won by forfeit; 171—Christian Falls (FH) won by forfeit. Records—Friday Harbor 0-1-1 league, 0-1-1 overall. Darrington 1-1, 1-1.

Concrete 42, Darrington 36

At Darrington H.S.

171—Tyler Dillenger (C) won by forfeit; 189—Matt Groh (D) pinned Cody Corn 2:46; 215—Jacob White (C) pinned Tony Doperialski 2:38; 285—Moe Hyde (D) pinned Zach Omstead :58; 103—Bailey Dillenger (C) won by forfeit; 112—Dalton Dillenger (C) won by forfeit; 119—Double forfeit; 125—Derek Holm (D) won by forfeit; 130—Kerry Brooks (D) pinned Chris Fields 2:37; 135—Johnny Loughnan (D) pinned Chris O’Conner :47; 140—Jon Fenstermaker (D) pinned Danny Brown 1:04; 145—Johnny Evans (C) pinned Nino Maltos 2:21; 152—Colton Maloney (C) pinned Dylan Landry :58; 160—James Martin (C) won by forfeit. Records—Concrete 2-0 league, 2-0 overall. Darrington 1-1, 1-1.

Boys basketball

Shorecrest 61, Mariner 31: At Shoreline, Shorecrest’s Emmanuel Chibuogwu had 17 points to lead all scorers, and the Scots’ tough man-to-man defense contained Mariner and held the Marauders to 12 points in the second half of the Wesco South game.

At Shorecrest H.S.



Mariner—Williams 6, Kiehl 3, Coles 11, Nguyen 1, Tutlam 0, McCulloch 4, Gray 0, Parra 6. Shorecrest—Clevenger 7, Diel 11, Hake 9, Bateman 1, B. McCoy 6, Brown 6, Chibuogwu 17, Johnson 2, Shattuck 2, T. McCoy 0. 3-point goals—Kiehl 1, Coles 1, Clevenger 1, Diehl 3, Hake 3, B. McCoy 2. Records—Mariner 0-2 league, 0-2 overall. Shorecrest 2-0, 3-0.

Meadowdale 56, Glacier Peak 55: At Lynnwood, senior post Dillon Sand recorded a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds and Sam Werner added 13 points to help Meadowdale pull out the Wesco South win. Nick Persha of Glacier Peak led all scorers with 19 points.

At Meadowdale H.S.

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Glacier Peak—Persha 19, Hill 5, Southard 5, Cummins 10, Manning 0, Harris 0, Pederson 2, Bonner 14. Meadowdale—Neff-Warner 5, Linton 0, Werner 13, Beucherie 10, Tallman 2, Gage 0, Dooley 3, Sand 11, Buck 0, Hamlett 12. 3-point goals—Persha 2, Werner 1, Beucherie 2, Sand 1, Dooley 1. Records—Glacier Peak 0-2 league, 1-2 overall. Meadowdale 1-1, 2-1.

Shorewood 54, Mountlake Terrace 53 (OT): At Mountlake Terrace, Micah Mitchell hit the game-winning 3-pointer with only a few seconds remaining, leading Shorewood to the Wesco South win in overtime. Mitchell finished with 22 points, and teammate Adrian Simpkins had 12 points and nine rebounds. Terrrace was led by the 20 points of Jacob Champoux.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.


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Shorewood—Brazell 0, King, Carroll 2, Delgado, Andrews, Mitchell 22, Kadiric 12, Berquist 0, Smallwood 6, Simpkins 12. Mountlake Terrace—Powell 5, Johnson 4, Eftekhari 9, Higgins 2, Champoux 20, Haldane 2, Karels 2, Cano 0, Erickson 0, Swanstrom 5, Snow 4. 3-point goals—Powell 1, Johnson 1, Eftekhari 1, Champoux 2, Mitchell 3. Records—Shorewood 2-0 league, 2-1 overall. Mountlake Terrace 2-1, 2-1.

Jackson 71, Edmonds-Woodway 60: At Mill Creek, four Jackson players scored in double figures in its Wesco South victory. Ryan Todd led Jackson with 15 points, Brett Kingma chipped in 14 and Andy Gay had 10 points and eight rebounds.

At Jackson H.S.



Edmonds-Woodway—Rupple 2, Bury 9, Wooley 2, Degrazia 10, Kwon 2, Jordan 13, Choi 4, Berg 10, Willcock 8. Jackson—Kingma 14, Todd 15, Gay 10, Massengale 13, O’Keefe 7, Gilchrist 6, Wishko 6. 3-point goals—Bury 1, Berg 1, Kingma 1, Todd 1. Records—Edmonds-Woodway 0-2 league, 0-2 overall. Jackson 2-0, 3-0.

Cedarcrest 68, Interlake 53: At Duvall, Cedarcrest’s Colton Rekers shot 7-for-15 from outside the 3-point arc, and 6-for-8 from the foul line, and the efforts of Tyler McKinney (six points, eight rebounds) and Chris Dowd (11 points, five assists) led Cedarcrest to the non-conference win.

At Cedarcrest H.S.



Interlake—Cohen 9, Johnston 4, Aaron 13, Bitter 0, Fordsec 0, Jamora 2, Roth 2, Kuo 0, Kovac 0, Kimmell 14, Saber 9. Cedarcrest—Rekers 27, Taylor 6, Dowd 11, Campbell 14, Hammontree 2, McCadam 0, McKinney 6, Marty 0, Houser 0, Duffy 2. 3-point goals—Cohen 1, Kimmell 1, Rekers 7, Dowd 1, Campbell 4. Records—Interlake 3-2 overall. Cedarcrest 1-1.

Mount Vernon Christian 52, North Sound Christian 41: At Mt. Vernon, North Sound Christian outscored Mount Vernon Christian 16-2 in the third quarter, but the Hurricanes stormed back in the fourth quarter, cancelling out the Lions’ big third quarter with a 20-6 run to earn the non-conference win. Cory Kuipers led Mt. Vernon with a game-high 22 points (including seven in the fourth quarter) and Weston Patterson was the leading scorer for North Sound with 18 points, including seven in the third quarter.

At Mt. Vernon Christian H.S.

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North Sound Christian—Reidt 10, DeGroot 0, Eun 0, W. Patterson 18, Schettler 3, Martinez 2, Hudson 8, M. Patterson 0. Mt. Vernon Christian—Blade 11, McClelland 1, VanBerkum 1, Jones 2, Pritchard 3, Daut 4, Kuipers 22, VanderKooy 8. 3-point goals—W. Patterson 3, Reidt 2, Pritchard 1. Records—North Sound Christian 0-3 overall. Mt. Vernon Christian not reported.

Shoreline Christian 46, Rainier Christian 32: At Auburn, Andrew Deelstra led Shoreline Christian with 16 points, and Travis Jacobs added 12 in the non-league game. Shoreline held Rainier Christian to single-digit scoring in each of the first three quarters.

At Ranier Christian H.S.

Shoreline Chr.1410139—46

Rainier Chr.84614—32

Shoreline Christian—Taniguchi, DeKoekkoek 0, Jacobs 2, Lidstrom 2, Bauman 11, Drollinger 3, Hudson 12, Danhof 0, Bakker 0, Deelstra 16. Rainier Christian—Kim 0, Helmer 3, Green 0, Hanby 0, Stebbins 0, Buck 4, Olson 13, Huston 12, Kim 0. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Shoreline Christian 3-1 overall. Rainier Christian not reported.

Girls basketball

North Sound Christian 56, Mount Vernon Christian 29: At Mt. Vernon, Melissa Castor shot 9-for-15 from the field with 20 points to lead North Sound Christian to the non-conference victory. Jenna Otis had 12 points and six steals for NSC.

At Mt. Vernon Christian H.S.

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Mt. Vernon Chr.61292—29

North Sound Christian—M. Castor 20, Otis 12, J. Castor 8, Kuk 0, Speck 0, Washio 8, Oakland 8, Martell 0. Mt. Vernon Christian—Whitener 1, Brown 0, deHaan 12, Weidenbach 9, Kuipers 3, Williams 2, Brady 0, Carman 2. 3-point goals—M. Castor 2. Records—North Sound Christian 2-1 overall. Mt. Vernon Christian 1-2.

Forks 40, South Whidbey 30: At Langley, Ashlinn Prosch scored 11 points to lead South Whidbey in the non-league game.

At South Whidbey H.S.


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Forks—Gillette 8, Morris 4, Raben 2, Allen 9, Fairbanks 2, Kennedy 6, Decker 0, Williams 0, Dillard 8, Horton 1. South Whidbey—Kovic 0, Calderwood 4, Alber 6, O’Sullivan 3, Prosch 11, Manca 4, Brown 0, Linehan 2, Greene 0. 3-point goals—O’Sullivan 1, Prosch 1, Gillette 1. Records—Forks not reported. South Whidbey 0-5 overall.

Concrete 53, Highland Christian 38: At Arlington, Concrete led 35-18 at halftime, and Taylor Lee led all scorers with 17 points to help Concrete to the non-league win. Highland forward Jade Olin had 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Sarah Tuemmler dished out five assists to go with her 11 points.

At Highland Christian H.S.


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Concrete—B. Lee 2, T. Schoolland 2, Castaneda 9, T. Lee 17, Rohweder 5, Lloyd 0, Filtz 9, Johnson 6, M. Schoolland 3. Highland Christian—Brown 6, Diemer 3, Olin 10, Titnus 2, Sytsna 4, Tuemmler 11, Enge 2. 3-point goals—Castaneda 1, T. Lee 1, Rohweder 1, Filtz 2. Records—Concrete x-x overall. Highland Christian 0-1, 0-2.

Granite Falls 62, Sammamish 21: At Sammamish, Peyton Spencer had 20 points, eight rebounds and four steals and Jamie Alexander had 10 points and seven rebounds to lead Granite Falls to its first non-conference victory of the season.

At Sammamish H.S.

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Granite Falls—White 0, Ogren 2, Spencer 20, Smith 12, Street 2, Alexander 10, Arndt 4, Hensley 3, Matalomani 9. Sammamish—Garay 0, Ferleman 4, Herring 2, Tomlinson 0, Pinedo 3, Naito 3, Greer 0, Al-Auzi 0, Wing 0, Doughtery 7, Cooley 0, Darling 2. 3-point goals—Naito 1, Doughtery 1. Records—Granite Falls 1-3 overall. Sammamish not reported.

King’s 37, Meridian 29: At Shoreline, Karlie Storkson led all scorers with 13 points and Joclyn Kirton had nine to lead King’s to the non-conference win over Meridian.

At King’s H.S.



Meridian—Park 6, Terpsma 5, Belanger 0, Nelson 4, Wolf 12, Bachman 0, Suhadolnik 0, Wolf 2, Garcia 0. King’s—Berendsen 0, Rasmussen 5, Storkson 13, Adams 2, Berg 0, Kirton 9, Fairley 6, Ballenger 2. 3-point goals—Rasmussen 1, Storkson 2, Terpsma 1. Records—Meridian not reported. King’s 1-2 overall.

Puget Sound Adventist 42, Grace Academy 41: At Kirkland, Grace Academy’s Lauren Krumm scored 14 points and had 20 rebounds in the non-conference loss.

At Puget Sound Adventist Academy

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Grace Academy—Moss 0, Emme 0, Likes 5, Schuler 4, L. Krumm 14, Cooper 2, Galbreath 1, H. Krumm 0, Wennersten 9, Moore 0, McAullife 2, Schlumpf 4. Puget Sound Adventist Academy—Nash 6, Lola 9, Peterson 1, Nirmotahan 4, Beddoc 6, Smith 2, Vega 5, Mendoza 9. Records—Grace Academy 3-1 overall. Puget Sound Adventist Academy 1-1.

Rainier Christian 45, Shoreline Christian 32: At Auburn, Rainier Christian outsored Shoreline Christian in each quarter of the non-league game, with Bethany Richards leading Shoreline Christian with 10 points.

At Ranier Christian H.S.

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Shoreline Christian—Anderson 4, Kredit 5, Hoskin 0, Odgers 0, Bakker 0, Call 0, Reynolds 1, Schneider 8, Ryder 0, Ott 4, Richards 10. Rainier Christian—Houston 6, Butler 4, Brumfield 3, Melvin 2, Olson 2, West 2, Austin 16, Wiest 10. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Shoreline Christian 0-4 overall. Rainier Christian not reported.

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