Snohomish sews up district playoff berth

SNOHOMISH – The Snohomish Panthers clinched a 4A District 1 playoff spot with a convincing 64-48 Western Conference North Division victory over Arlington Tuesday night.

With the victory, Snohomish remained in a three-way tie for second place with Mount Vernon and Marysville-Pilchuck, a game behind Cascade with one league game still to play for each.

Nate Van Duine and Jon Brockman combined to score all 15 of the Panthers’ third-quarter points as Snohomish built an 11-point lead it would not relinquish. Brockman finished with a game-high 30 points. Kenny Gunter paced the Eagles with 13 points.

At Snohomish

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Arlington-Gunter 13, Huleatt 2, Struiksma 4, Griffiths 11, Thompson 5, Devery 6, Swesey 6, Gray 1. Snohomish-Siegel 4, Reinhard 3, James 2, Hammons 10, Brockman 30, Van Duine 10, Wilde 5. 3-point goals-Hammons 2, Griffiths 2, Gunter 2. Records-Arlington 5-10 in league, 7-12 overall. Snohomish 11-4, 14-5.

Mount Vernon 82, Oak Harbor 50: Mount Vernon clinched a 4A District 1 playoff berth with the Wesco North win. The Bulldogs were led by Justin Burns, who scored a game-high 18 points and grabbed six rebounds, and Ryan Kendrick, who had 17 points and five steals. The Wildcats’ Marc Ferguson scored a team-high 17 points.

At Mount Vernon

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Oak Harbor-Waller 12, Leach 4, Ferguson 17, Hughes 4, Lopez 9, Heidt 4. Mount Vernon-Burns 18, Moore 7, Jackson 15, Squires 4, Kendrick 17, Knight 3, Boon 2, Juarez 6, Amaya 4, Doran 2, Gibbons 4. 3-point goals-Leach 1, Lopez 1, Heidt 1, Kendrick 4, Squires 1, Moore 1, Jackson 2, Burns 1. JV-Mount Vernon defeated Oak Harbor. Records-Oak Harbor 0-15 in league, 0-19 overall. Mount Vernon 11-4, 14-5.

Lake Stevens 58, Monroe 53: Lake Stevens’ Sean Tennant set a school record with 26 rebounds and scored a team-high 19 points to lead the Vikings to the Wesco North win. Josh Rojas chipped in 16 points and Jeremy Roe added six points and 10 assists for Lake Stevens. Monroe’s Tyler Marley scored 14 of his game-high 21 points in the first half.

At Lake Stevens

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Monroe-Churlin 5, Marley 21, Erickson 8, Santjer 5, Sligh 2, Waltman 4, Brown 6, Urness 2. Lake Stevens-Roe 6, Kinney 2, Merrill 5, Aker 2, Walton 2, Rojas 16, Tennant 19, Smith 6. 3-point goals-Churlin 1, Marley 2, Brown 1, Rojas 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 60, Monroe 53. Records-Monroe 5-10 in league, 8-11 overall. Lake Stevens 5-11, 6-14.

Mountlake Terrace 78, Jackson 51: Adrian Blake scored 23 points and grabbed six rebounds and Michael Boxley added 18 points and eight rebounds as Mountlake Terrace stayed atop the Wesco South.

At Mountlake Terrace

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Jackson-Simshauser 7, Santoro 6, Rucker 4, Sohn 6, J. Eisinger 8, D. Eisinger 8, Wilson 5, Gelakoska 4, Markovich 2, Wishko 1. Mountlake Terrace-C. Hammond 4, Balch 10, Blake 23, Boxley 18, Wiley 2, L. Swanson 17, Griffin 4. 3-point goals-Simshauser 1, J. Eisinger 2, Blake 5, L. Swanson 1. JV score-Jackson 68, Mountlake Terrace 59. Records-Jackson 5-12 in league, 6-13 overall. Mountlake Terrace 15-2, 16-4.

Shorewood 55, Edmonds-Woodway 37: Rob Diederichs scored a game-high 23 points to lead Shorewood to the Wesco South victory. Shorewood remained a game behind Mountlake Terrace for the top spot in the division.

At Shoreline

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Edmonds-Woodway-Torgerson 3, Tucker 7, Thoms 2, Conti 15, Moss 5, Schaefer 2, Donaldson 3. Shorewood-Burns 5, R. Diederichs 23, T. Diederichs 4, Hartman 3, Kittenger 3, Perry 3, Tracey 12, Wood 2. 3-point goals-Burns 1, Perry 1, Hartman 1, R. Diederichs 2, Torgerson 1, Tucker 1, Conti 3. JV-Edmonds-Woodway def. Shorewood. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 4-14 in league, 4-16 overall. Shorewood 14-3, 15-4.

Meadowdale 52, Mariner 43: Jake Linton scored a game-high 22 points and Jordan McGinnis added 19 to lead Meadowdale to the Wesco South win. Jerrel Grant led the Marauders with 20 points and Tommy Craddock chipped in 15.

At Everett

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Meadowdale-Huffman 2, McGinnis 19, Linton 22, Atcho 2, Rouse 2, Hagen 5. Mariner-Cramer 6, Chhann 2, Cartwright, Grant 20, Craddock 15. 3-point goals-Linton 4, McGinnis 1, Grant 3, Craddock 1. JV score-Meadowdale 45, Mariner 43. Records-Meadowdale 13-4 in league, 14-4 overall. Mariner 9-8, 11-8.

Squalicum 76, Shorecrest 43: Dustin Jones scored 28 points to lead Squalicum to a first round win over Shorecrest in the 3A District 1 tournament. Tim Franklin led Shorecrest with 20 points.

At Bellingham

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Shorecrest-McDonald 1, Bordner 2, Franklin 20, Ewing 3, Greenlee 10, Spong 1, Golike 2, Clemmons 4. Squalicum-Dickson 11, Ellingson 8, Saletto 10, Short 3, Stackhouse 2, Jones 28, Goodsell 10, Thompson 1, Moreau 3. 3-point goals-Franklin 2, Ellingson 1, Saletto 2, Jones 4, Goodsell 3. Records-Shorecrest 5-17 overall. Squalicum 17-4.

King’s 63, Lakewood 55: Erich Fuhlendorf scored 18 points to lead King’s to the Cascade Conference victory to complete an undefeated league season. Lakewood’s Anthony Wiederkehr led all scorers with 25 points, including four 3-pointers.

At Lakewood

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King’s-Barrett 7, Madrazo 5, Kennard 14, Fuhlendorf 18, Bowlin 2, Holman 1, Fuji 14. Lakewood-Wiederkehr 25, Savage 1, Besancon 6, Borosov 12, Cheatle 5, Foster 6. 3-point goals-Wiederkehr 4, Borosov 2, Kennard 1, Barrett 1. JV score-Lakewood 40, King’s 36. Records-King’s 12-0 in league, 16-4 overall. Lakewood 9-3, 12-8.

Sultan 65, Granite Falls 64: With the Cascade Conference game tied at 64, Sultan’s Caleb Barnhill was fouled on his way to the basket with six seconds remaining. Barnhill made the first free throw and missed the second, but Sultan captured the rebound and a 2A District 1 playoff berth. Turk Willy Lemmon led all scorers with 22 points. Tyler Anderson paced Granite Falls with 20.

At Sultan

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Granite Falls-Lundberg 3, Knudson 8, Nelson 18, Anderson 20, Schoonover 12, Egleson 3. Sultan-Barnhill 8, Ruddock 5, O’Hara 6, W. Lemmon 22, R.J. Perkins 15, Champeaux 7, Mohamed 2. 3-point goals-Nelson 2, Knudson 1, Lundberg 1, Egleson 1, Ruddock 1, Perkins 1, Champeaux 1. JV-G. Falls defeated Sultan. Records-G. Falls 4-8 in league, 4-14 overall. Sultan 5-7, 9-11.

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