Second-half defense propels E-W to win

EDMONDS — The Edmonds-Woodway Warriors used a strong defensive effort and solid outside shooting to defeat Mountlake Terrace 67-41 Friday night in a Wesco South contest.

The Hawks made just two field goals in the second half — including none in the fourth quarter — as the Warriors pulled away for the victory.

“We just stepped it up defensively,” E-W coach Gail Pintler said. “We didn’t really do anything different (with the game plan).”

Connor Donaldson led all scorers with 20 points and had seven rebounds for Edmonds-Woodway. Sean Laue had 13 points and three steals, James Conti had 12 points and Max Ortiz dished out seven assists for the Warriors.

Pintler added that he was particularly pleased with the defensive efforts turned in by Warriors big men Donaldson, Oliver Enquist and Kenan Polovina.

“Our bigs had to play very good, aggressive defense against their bigs,” he said. “(They gave) a very strong defensive effort.”

Tarik Kundeklija had 13 points for Mountlake Terrace and was the only Hawks player in double figures.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

M. Terrace1113107—41

E-W14212012—67

Mountlake Terrace — Beeninga, Bouche 6, Clingan 6, Correa 5, Estrada, Kundeklija 13, Robinson 3, Strieby 8, Sells, Champoux. Edmonds-Woodway — Conti 12, Donaldson 20, Enquist 2, Heard 2, Laue 13, McCartney, Ortiz 9, Polovina, Reilly 2, Wafer 7, Wilcock, Wilson. 3-point goals — Ortiz 1, Wafer 1, Laue 1. Records — M. Terrace 2-2 league, 2-4 overall. E-W 4-1, 6-2.

Meadowdale 64, Shorecrest 42: At Lynnwood, Matt Gorman had 13 of his team-high 16 points in the second half as Meadowdale defeated Shorecrest in the Wesco South contest. Meadowdale’s Evan Matteson added 15 points. Mark Golike of Shorecrest led all scorers with 23 points.

At Meadowdale H.S.

Shorecrest1111713—42

Meadowdale12171025—64

Shorecrest — Dodge 5, Golike 23, Hake 6, Harris, Jochim, Kanuch 4, Sullivan 4, Wenberg, Ewing. Meadowdale — Beeson 2, Church, Clampitt 4, Epstein 2, Gorman 16, Hamlett 6, Matteson 15, Nelson 2, O’Neill 8, P. Werner 9. 3-point goals — P. Werner 3, Matteson 3, Hake 1, Golike 1. Records — Shorecrest 0-5 league, 3-5 overall. Meadowdale 3-1, 6-1.

Kamiak 65, Shorewood 54: At Shoreline, Justin Glenn scored 21 points and hit one 3-pointer to help lead Kamiak to a Wesco South victory. Tomas Sanchez finished with 19 points for Shorewood.

At Shorewood H.S.

Kamiak15151520—65

Shorewood1181619—54

Kamiak — Brown 3, Dremlyuga 5, Este-McDonald 11, Ju. Glenn 21, Makori, Parcells 4, Ruppel 6, Stormo 15. Shorewood — Abdillahi, Harvey 15, Haug, Marrese, McClellan, Mitchell 11, Pillay 3, Sanchez 19, Wilkins, Wood 6. 3-point goals —Glenn, Pillay, Sanchez. Records — Kamiak 3-1 league, 3-3 overall. Shorewood 1-4, 2-6.

Jackson 75, Lynnwood 61: At Mill Creek, Lynnwood cut an 11-point Jackson lead to seven late in the third period, but Jackson managed to pull away in the fourth quarter. “We shared the ball well,” Jackson coach Steve Johnson said. “We had 18 assists in the game.” Ryan Todd led the Timberwolves with 22 points, seven assists and seven rebounds.

At Jackson H.S.

Lynnwood17112112—61

Jackson17221719—75

Lynnwood — Beatty 7, DeGraw 3, Fajemisin 17, Hill 7, Hunsinger 9, Matzen 6, Meinken 10, Milne 2. Jackson — Gay, Gootee 5, Kellogg 1, Kingma 16, Koch 14, Oh 2, Sullivan 10, Todd 22, Wishko 5. 3-point goals — Hill, Beatty, Hunsinger 3, Kingma 3, Todd 1, Gootee 1, Sullivan 1, Wishko 1. Records — Lynnwood 2-3 league, 3-4 overall. Jackson 2-2, 3-2.

Everett 60, Oak Harbor 56: At Oak Harbor, Flynn Mattson dropped in two free throws in the final seconds to seal a Wesco North win for Everett. Mattson finished with a team-high 18 points and made his game-clinching shots after Oak Harbor missed the front end of a 1-and-1 with a chance to tie. Oak Harbor, which was playing without two starters, got four 3-point field goals and 20 points out of Eric McCardle.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Everett16141416—60

O. Harbor10151813—56

Everett — Brown 1, Grim Jr. 2, Hennings 6, Homer 6, Jones 17, Mattson 18, Murray 9, Nguyen 1. Oak Harbor — Brooks 11, Haley 4, McCardle 20, Rouser 6, Schulle 12, Stout 2. 3-point goals — McCardle 4, Shulee 2, Murray 2, Homer. Records — Everett 3-2 league, 3-5 overall. O. Harbor 1-2, 2-6.

Marysville-Pilchuck 52, Monroe 49: At Marysville, Blake Scheller (15 points) and Collin Thomason (14) each sank two free throws in the final 20 seconds to help the Tomahawks win the Wesco North game. James MacIntyre led Monroe with 19 points.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

Monroe1571215—49

M-P13191010—52

Monroe — Bunge 6, Lucke, MacIntyre 19, Macke, Ohlsen 6, Pearl 16, Sonneveldt, Waltman 2. Marysville-Pilchuck — Forsythe 4, Kelly 2, Lanphere 5, Lovell 2, Scheller 15, Stevens 10, Thomason 14. 3-point goals — Lanphere 1, Thomason 2, Stevens 1, Ohlsen 1. Records — Monroe 1-3 league, 2-3 overall. M-P 3-2, 5-3.

Lake Stevens 63, Cascade 51: At Everett, Shane Kaska scored 17 points to help Lake Stevens take a Wesco North victory. Cascade’s Chris McGrath finished with 16 points.

At Cascade H.S.

L. Stevens12161322—63

Cascade1291317—51

Lake Stevens — Adams 6, Carter 8, Dodge 8, Elfeghih, Johnson, Kaska 17, Kurisu 10, Legg 3, Pilon 2, Russum, Shoemake 2, Stickney 7. Cascade — Barton 1, Hancock 13, Joyce 7, McDaniels, McGrath 16, Reading 5, Shcherbakov, Shewfelt 3, Walker 6. 3-point goals —Hancock 2, Joyce, McGrath, Shewfelt. Records — L. Stevens 3-1 league, 4-1 overall. Cascade 1-4, 1-7.

Friday Harbor 54, Coupeville 50: At Coupeville, the Wolverines shot 12-for-19 from the field in the first half to build a big lead and held on to beat Coupeville in the non-conference matchup.

“They kind of came out smoking in the first half and we didn’t,” Coupeville coach Randy King said. “We pretty much dug oursevles a hole that we couldn’t recover from.”

Brian Miller led Coupeville with 14 points. Kramer O’Keefe had 11 and Cody Peters added 10 for the Wolves.

At Coupeville H.S.

F. Harbor13171410—54

Coupeville1 8101913—50

Friday Harbor — Aylward 5, Er. Nash 18, Fowler 10, Gustafson, Lawson 4, Lopez 4, Sandifer, Scheffer 2, J. Nash 11. Coupeville — Bagby, Loesch 6, Miller 14, O’Keefe 11, Peters 10, Smith 6, Wacker 3, Wilcox, Williams. 3-point goals — Fowler 2, Aylward 1, Er. Nash 3, Peters 1, Loesch 2, Wacker 1, Smith 2, O’Keefe 3. Records — F. Harbor 5-1 overall. Coupeville 4-4.

Darrington 69, North Sound Christian 45: At Darrington, Mike Parris had 22 points and nine rebounds to lead the Loggers over the Lions in non-league action. Tanner Mahler had 13 points to lead North Sound Christian.

At Darrington H.S.

N. Sound151785—45

Darrington 20131620—69

North Sound Christian — Doucet, Eno, Kim, Mahler 13, McNabb 12, Michel, Olson 2, Schettler 7, Waller 9, Watson 2. Darrington — Green 9, Hoveskeland 6, Jones 14, Monteith 4, O’Dell 9, Olsen 2, Parris 22, Schillhammer. 3-point goals — Green 3, Jones 3, Schettler 1, Mahler 3. Records — N. Sound 2-5 overall. Darrington 7-1.

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