Snohomish gets even with Mt. Vernon

SNOHOMISH – One team came in looking for revenge. The other looking for a rebirth.

It was a Wesco North battle Friday night as Snohomish avenged an early season loss to Mount Vernon, handing the Bulldogs their third straight loss with a 63-61 boys basketball victory in overtime Friday night.

The Panthers led throughout the ball game until Mount Vernon’s star shooter, Justin Burns, knocked down two 3-pointers in the final minute, tying the score at 58-58.

Burns finished with 19 and hit three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter.

Snohomish’s Grady Bone opened overtime with a 3-pointer, but the Bulldogs again bounced back, tying the score at 61-61.

That’s when Snohomish’s Jon Brockman did what he does best.

Brockman scored on a driving lay-in with three seconds remaining, giving the Panthers the 63-61 victory.

Brockman finished with 26 points and 20 rebounds.

At Snohomish

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Mount Vernon-Burns 19, Moore 8, Jackson 7, Squires 2, Kendrick 11, Boon 14. Snohomish-Bone 6, Reinhard 6, Hammons 7, Brockman 26, Van Duine 18. 3-point goals-Bone 2, Hammons 2, Kendrick 2, Jackson 1, Burns 4. JV score-Mount Vernon 49, Snohomish 41. Records-Mt. Vernon 5-3 in league, 8-4 overall. Snohomish 6-3, 9-4.

Stanwood 77, Monroe 69: Stanwood’s Chris Cayford and Derek Anderson combined to score 21 of the Spartan’s 30 fourth-quarter points to seal the Wesco North win. Stanwood’s Daes Kaufman led all scorers with 19 points and he recorded eight assists.

At Stanwood

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Monroe-Churlin 13, Marley 18, Brown 2, Erickson 4, Santjer 15, Sligh 3, Waltman 7, Brown 4, Urness 3. Stanwood-Cayford 21, Boehme 14, Gambill 1, Welk 6, Kaufman 19, Anderson 13, McCutchen 3. 3-point goals-Cayford 3, Boehme 3, Kaufman 3, McCutchen 1, Churlin 2, Marley 2, Santjer 1. JV score-Monroe 70, Stanwood 69. Records-Monroe 4-5 in league, 6-6 overall. Stanwood 4-5, 6-7.

Lake Stevens 63, Arlington 41: Josh Rojas scored a game-high 20 points, grabbed six rebounds and had five assists to lead the Vikings to the Wesco North win. Lake Stevens shot 51 percent from the field.

At Lake Stevens

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Arlington-Gunter 3, Struiksma 11, Griffiths 4, Thompson 4, Petereit 4, Devery 13, Herman 2. Lake Stevens-Roe 5, Kinney 2, Merrill 6, Aker 2, Lasher 5, Schreiber 4, Rojas 20, Tennant 11, Smith 8. 3-point goals-Gunter 1, Devery 2, Lasher 1, Rojas 2. JV score-Lake Stevens 58, Arlington 57, OT. Records-Arlington 4-5 in league, 6-7 overall. Lake Stevens 3-6, 4-9.

Kamiak 70, Mariner 58: Ben Iddins and Sean Hermes combined to score 20 of Kamiak’s 26 points in the decisive fourth quarter to lead the Knights to the Wesco South victory. Iddins ended the night with a team-high 20 points and Hermes chipped in 18. Mariner’s Tommy Craddock led all scorers with 23 points.

At Mukilteo

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Mariner-Cartwright 7, Davis 7, Fry 10, Grant 11, Craddock 23. Kamiak-B. Iddins 20, Hermes 18, M. Iddins 10, Carl 1, Dawson 1, Johnson 6, Marere 14. 3-point goals-Fry 1, Grant 1, B. Iddins 4, Hermes 1, M. Iddins 2, Marere 1. JV-Kamiak def. Mariner. Records-Mariner 6-4 in league, 8-4 overall. Kamiak 6-4, 8-4.

Edmonds-Woodway 44, Shorecrest 42: Derek Lange’s lay-in with 4.6 seconds remaining lifted E-W to victory in the Wesco South contest. With 40 seconds to play Shorecrest’s Darius Hollinshed, who led all scorers with 19 points, made a 3-pointer to knot the score at 42.

At Edmonds

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Edmonds-Woodway-Tucker 2, Thoms 5, Conti 14, Fenning 4, Moss 4, Schaefer 6, Lange 7, Donaldson 2. Shorecrest-Hollinshed 19, Franklin 5, Bible 12, Acholonu 4, Lindsey 2. 3-point goals-Conti 2, Lange 1, Hollinshed 3, Bible 2. JV-Edmonds-Woodway def. Shorecrest. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 3-8 in league, 3-10 overall. Shorecrest 2-9, 3-10.

Jackson 80, Lynnwood 71 (2OT): Drew and Jamie Eisinger each made baskets in the second overtime of the Wesco South game to give Jackson a four-point cushion. Lynnwood’s Jeremy Rudd had a putback basket off an offensive rebound to tie the score with 1.9 seconds remaining in the first overtime. Jackson came from four points behind in the last 45 seconds of regulation to send the game into overtime. Drew Eisinger had 10 rebounds to go with his 13 points. Jackson’s Rory Wilson had eight rebounds.

At Mill Creek

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Lynnwood-Carrero 19, Hill 8, J. Rudd 18, N. Rudd 16, Grubb 2, Matzen 2, Baldwin 6. Jackson-Simshauser 3, Santoro 7, Rucker 17, Sohn 13, J. Eisinger 18, D. Eisinger 13, Wilson 5, Markovch 4. 3-point goals-Carrero 2, Hill 2, J. Rudd 2, Simshauser 1, Sohn 3, J. Eisinger 1, D. Eisinger 1 JV score-Lynnwood 53, Jackson 47. Records-Lynnwood 4-7 in league, 4-9 overall. Jackson 2-8, 3-9.

Meadowdale 57, Everett 46: Senior guard Jordan McGinnis scored 12 of his 19 points in the decisive fourth period to lead Meadowdale to a Wesco South win in which it shot 13-for-15 from the foul line.

At Lynnwood

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Everett-Lun 13, Lampi 6, O’Brien 1, Levin 14, Blacker 4, Kincaid 6, Overton 2. Meadowdale-Bahta 1, McGinnis 19, Linton 16, Marsh 2, Atcho 2, Rouse 2, Hagen 15. 3-point goals-Lun 3, Lampi 2, Levin 1, McGinnis 3, Linton 1. JV score-Meadowdale 51, Everett 32. Records-Everett 4-7 in league, 6-7 overall. Team 8-2, 10-2.

Granite Falls 68, Sultan 64: Joe O’Hara led Sultan with 21 points. Granite Falls’ Gil Schoonover had a six-point, 11-rebound effort in the Cascade Conference game.

At Granite Falls

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Sultan-Barnhill 5, Ruddock 5, O’Hara 21, W. Lemmon 10, R.J. Perkins 15, Champeaux 4, Pohaku 4. Granite Falls-Nelson 10, Anderson 12, Setzer 13, Perry 6, Schoonover 6, Counley 4,Villegas 17. 3-point goals-Villegas 5, Perry 1, Barnhill 1, Ruddock 1, W. Lemmon 2, Perkins 1. JV score-Granite Falls 60, Sultan 33. Records-Sultan 3-3 in league, 7-7 overall. Granite Falls 1-5, 1-11.

Archbishop Murphy 51, South Whidbey 46: Chris Mitchell scored 14 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and Archbishop Murphy defeated South Whidbey in a Cascade Conference game. South Whidbey’s Dustin Sidhu led all scorers with 16 points.

At Langley

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Archbishop Murphy-T. Ackerman 2, Leone 7, Terhar 4, Hoerauf 4, P. Ackerman 3, Smith 6, Ungs 11, Mitchell 14. South Whidbey-Sidhu 16, Parrick 2, Ward 8, Gulvin 8, Hosmer 6, McInerney 6. 3-point goals-P. Ackerman 1. JV-Archbishop Murphy def. South Whidbey. Records-Archbishop Murphy 4-3 in league, 5-8 overall. South Whidbey 2-5, 4-10.

Coupeville 80, Shoreline Christian 74 (OT): In the overtime, Andrew Mouw (13 points) scored six points and Blake Day (17) made all four of his free throw attempts to help Coupeville to victory in a wild Northwest A/B League game. Mike Bagby led the Wolves with 30 points. J.J. Marti added 18 points and 14 rebounds. Mouw grabbed 16 boards. For Shoreline Christian, Geoff Jacobs and Grant Brandal scored 25 and 24, respectively.

At Coupeville

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Shoreline Christian-Vermeer 7, Jacobs 25, Brandal 24, DeYager 8, Dodd 4, Groen 4, Wahlman 2. Coupeville-Marti 18, Tucker 2, Bagby 30, Day 17, Mouw 13. 3-point goals-Vermeer 1, Jacobs 3, Brandal 2, DeYager 2, Marti 3, Bagby 3, Day 4. JV score-Coupeville 55, Shoreline Christian 38. Records-Shoreline Christian 4-6 in league, 6-7 overall. Coupeville 4-5, 6-9.

Darrington 62, Friday Harbor 59 (OT): Sean O’Connell scored eight of Darrington’s first 13 points and Kris Reece led all scorers with 25 to help the Loggers win the Northwest A/B game in overtime. Tyler Roberts led the Wolverines with 14 points.

At Friday Harbor

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Darrington-McMillen 1, Reece 25, O’Connell 21, Jones 5, Rosselli 2, Werst 8. Friday Harbor-Hart 7, Roberts 14, Rothlisberger 3, Stoddard 10, Roe 6, Gerhardstein 6, Hamilton 13. 3-point goals-Reece 3, Jones 1, Hart 1, Rothlisberger 1. JV-Darrington def. Friday Harbor. Records-Darrington 6-3 in league, 9-6 overall. Friday Harbor 7-2, 12-2.

Snohomish County Christian 61, Tulalip Heritage 59: SCC’s Everette Adams sank a 3-pointer at the buzzer to clinch the Northwest B League victory. Adams was the game’s top scorer with 17 points and he grabbed nine rebounds and recorded five steals and five assists. Other double-digit scorers for SCC were Alan Johnson (12 points) and Ryan Grossenbacher (11).

At Mountlake Terrace

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Tulalip Heritage-R. Freyberg 8, McKinney 5, Iukes 12, Robinson 8, M. Freyberg 14, Hatch 8. Snohomish County Christian-Adams 17, Cathey 6, Grossenbacher 11, Johnson 12, Mar 1, Rheaume 14. 3-point goals-Adams 3, Grossenbacher 1, Cathey 2, R. Freyberg 2, McKinney 1, J. Freyberg 2. Records-Tulalip Heritage 6-2 in league, 9-6 overall. Snohomish County Christian 5-4, 7-8.

Grace Academy 41, Master’s Touch 38: Brian Ronk scored 13 points and Chris Walton grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Grace Academy to the Northwest B League win. The Falcons’ Kyle Olin led all scorers with 29 points, but missed a 3-pointer that would have tied the score in the game’s final seconds. Josh Short, the Eagles’ leading scorer, left the game in the first quarter with a knee injury.

At Marysville

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Master’s Touch-Woodward 2, Smalley 2, Olin 29, VanDam 2, Enge 3. Grace Academy-Knudson 4, LeFors 3, A. Matias 3, Phifer 5, Ronk 13, Short 5, Walton 8. 3-point goals-Olin 5, Ronk 3, Knudson 1. Records-Master’s Touch 1-6 in league, 2-9 overall. Grace Academy 6-3, 12-5.

Marysville-Pilchuck sophs 77, Skykomish 59: Nathan Holtherichs led four M-P players in double-figures with 24 points as the Tomahawks downed Skykomish in the non-conference game. Blaine Brown led Skykomish with 33 points.

At Skykomish

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M-P sophs-Fridrich 11, McKinley 1, Holtherichs 24, King 9, Webb 12, Clark 13, Wilcox 4, Cleveland 3. Skykomish-Meza 2, Nelson 8, Farmer 16, Brown 33. 3-point goals-Fridrich 2, King 1, Clark 1, Cleveland 1, Brown 2. Record-Skykomish 4-8 overall.

Wrestling

South Whidbey 76, Granite Falls 0: All six South Whidbey seniors got wins on Senior Night Thursday at South Whidbey. Tyler Rueth (140 pounds), Jason Mannie (152), Kyle Calkins (160), Matt Errico (171) and Jaron Greene (275) all had pins. Nick Martinovic notched an 11-3 decision at 145 pounds in the Cascade Conference meet.

At Langley

103-Schorr (SW) won by forfeit; 112-A. Mannie (SW) won by forfeit; 119-Warwick (SW) pinned Schnieders, 1:10; 125-Bartell (SW) won by forfeit; 130-Sawyers (SW) won by forfeit; 135-Broyles (SW) won by forfet; 140-Rueth (SW) pinned Bucklin, 1:47; 145-Martinovic (SW) dec. Arseneau 11-3; 152-J. Mannie (SW) pinned David, :42; 160-Calkins (SW) pinned McKibben, 2:47; 171-Errico (SW) pinned Mmartin, 2:19; 189-double forfeit; 215-Britton (SW) won by forfeit; 275-Greene (SW) pinned Jones, 2:33. Records-South Whidbey 4-2 league, 5-3 overall. Granite Falls 0-5, 0-5.

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