Terrace jumps on Everett

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE – Mountlake Terrace, coming off just its second Wesco South loss, wasted little time getting back in the win column.

The Hawks broke open Tuesday’s 73-26 win over Everett with a 12-0 run in the second quarter. The spurt expanded a three-point lead to 15.

The win clinched a 4A District 1 playoff berth for the Hawks, who sank nine 3-point goals. Leading scorer Christiaan Hammond had four among his 24 points.

At Mountlake Terrace

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Everett-Gans 2, Lampi 3, O’Brien 4, Blacker 2, Kincaid 9, Overton 6. Mountlake Terrace-C. Hammond 24, Balch 6, L. Hammond 3, Blake 15, Boxley 13, L. Swanson 10, Griffin 2. 3-point goals-Lampi 1, C. Hammond 4, L. Hammond 1, Blake 3, Boxley 1. JV score-Mountlake Terrace def. Everett. Records-Everett 7-10 in league, 9-10 overall. Mountlake Terrace 13-2, 14-4.

Mariner 73, Shorecrest 51: Mariner jumped out to a big lead in the first quarter of the Wesco South contest. The Marauders’ Tommy Craddock scored a game-high 22 points. Tim Franklin scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Scots.

At Shoreline

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Mariner-Cramer 4, Cartwright 17, Davis 4, King 5, Fry 2, Grant 19, Craddock 22. Shorecrest-Bordner 6, Franklin 20, Batt 3, Greenlee 14, Spong 3, Clemmons 3, Acholonu 2. 3-point goals-Bordner 1, Franklin 1, Batt 1, Spong 1, Cramer 1, Grant 2, Craddock 1. JV-Shorecrest defeated Mariner. Records-Mariner 9-6 in league, 11-6 overall. Shorecrest 3-14, 4-15.

Jackson 58, Edmonds-Woodway 50: Drew Eisinger scored a team-high 15 points to help lead Jackson to the Wesco South victory. Eric Moss scored a career-high 10 points for Edmonds-Woodway and teammate Huston Conti led all scorers with 28.

At Mill Creek

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Edmonds-Woodway-Baeder 2, Conti 28, Fenning 1, Moss 10, Schaefer 2, Lange 3, Hamlett 4. Jackson-Simshauser 4, Santoro 11, Rucker 13, Sohn 6, J. Eisinger 7, D. Eisinger 15, Wilson 2. 3-point goals-D. Eisinger 3, Sohn 2, Rucker 3, Lange 1, Conti 3. JV score-E-W 56, Jackson 54. Records-E-W 4-12 in league, 4-14 overall. Jackson 4-11, 5-12.

Meadowdale 71, Lynnwood 62: Jake Linton scored 27 points and Meadowdale snapped a two-game losing streak with the Wesco South victory. Maurice Baldwin led the Royals with 18 points.

At Lynnwood

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Lynnwood-Carrero 16, Hill 5, J. Rudd 10, N. Rudd 13, Baldwin 18. Meadowdale-Huffman 4, McGinnis 9, Linton 27, Marsh 2, Atcho 6, Larson 4, Rouse 4, Hagen 15. 3-point goals-Linton 5, N. Rudd 2, Carrero 2, Baldwin 1. JV-Meadowdale def. Lynnwood. Records-Lynnwood 4-13 in league, 4-15 overall. Meadowdale 11-4, 13-4.

Arlington 74, Oak Harbor 54: David Griffiths sank five 3-pointers and had 16 points to lead Arlington to its Wesco North victory. Marc Ferguson scored a game-high 27 points for Oak Harbor.

At Arlington

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Oak Harbor-Waller 10, Ferguson 27, Hughes 10, Lopez 5, Heidt 2. Arlington-Gunter 11, Huleatt 3, Struiksma 8, Griffiths 16, Thompson 13, Petereit 10, Devery 8, Gray 5. 3-point goals-Ferguson 1, Lopez 1, Gunter 1, Griffiths 5, Thompson 2, Petereit 2, Devery 1, Gray 1. JV-Arlington def. Oak Harbor. Records-Oak Harbor 0-13 in league, 0-17 overall. Arlington 5-8, 7-10.

Cascade 76, Lake Stevens 54: Mike Matson scored 20 points with four 3-pointers, Jabrie Gill had 18 points and seven steals and Marcus Guffey added 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead Cascade to the Wesco North victory.

At Everett

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Lake Stevens-Roe 16, Merrill 5, Lasher 8, Rojas 19, Smith 6. Cascade-Matson 20, Sieh 1, Gill 18, Hilliard 6, Snel 6, Elmer 2, Guffey 14, Carter 8, Thomas 1. 3-point goals-Matson 4, Lasher 2, Rojas 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 54, Cascade 43. Records-Lake Stevens 4-10 in league, 5-13 overall. Cascade 10-3, 11-6.

Snohomish 72, Monroe 51: Behind early, Monroe fought back to trail by four points in the third quarter. But Snohomish’s Grady Bone sank three 3-pointers and Jon Brockman scored 10 of his game-high 25 points in the third period to break open the Wesco North game.

At Monroe

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Snohomish-Follis 8, Bone 12, Reinhard 4, James 4, Delaney 2, Brockman 25, Jensen 2, Van Duine 15. Monroe-Churlin 15, Marley 14, Erickson 9, Santjer 8, Sligh 2, Waltman 1, V. Brown 2. 3-point goals-Bone 4, Churlin 4, Marley 1, Erickson 1. JV-Snohomish defeated Monroe. Records-Snohomish 9-4 in league, 12-5 overall. Monroe 5-9, 8-10.

Lakewood 60, South Whidbey 58: Lakewood led 35-22 at halftime, but South Whidbey fought back to take the lead in the fourth quarter of the Cascade Conference game. Anthony Wiederkehr scored eight of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter and Anthony Savage sank two free throws with five seconds left to seal the victory for the Cougars.

At Lakewood

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South Whidbey-Sidhu 18, Parrick 9, Ward 2, Gulvin 4, Adams 11, McInerney 14. Lakewood-Wiederkehr 23, Savage 8, Besancon 4, Conner 3, Borosov 12, Cheatle 6, Foster 4. 3-point goals-Sidhu 3, Borosov 2, Conner 1, Wiederkehr 2. JV score-Lakewood 48, South Whidbey 27. Records-South Whidbey 3-8 in league, 5-14 overall. Lakewood 8-2, 11-7.

Archbishop Murphy 60, Sultan 57: With the score tied 57-57 and 10 seconds remaining in the Cascade Conference game, Mark Leone sank one of his six 3-pointers to put Archbishop Murphy ahead by three. Sultan’s Beau Champeaux missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer. Chris Mitchell had a double-double, adding 12 rebounds to his 10 points. R.J. Perkins led the Turks with 17 points.

At Sultan

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Archbishop Murphy-Forgey 7, Leone 18, Hoerauf 1, P. Ackerman 5, Smith 5, Ungs 12, Pettinger 2, Mitchell 10. Sultan-Barnhill 9, O’Hara 8, W. Lemmon 14, Perkins 17, Champeaux 3, Pohaku 6. 3-point goals-Forgey 1, Leone 6, P. Ackerman 1, Perkins 1, Champeaux 1. JV score-Archibishiop Murphy 69, Sultan 48. Records-Archbishop Murphy 6-6 in league, 6-13 overall. Sultan 4-6, 8-10.

Granite Falls 78, Cedarcrest 72: Cedarcrest led by 18 points at the half, but Granite Falls pulled to within 12 at the end of the third quarter and outscored the Wolves 26-8 in the final period to get the Cascade Conference victory. Josh Knudson scored 22 points to lead the Tigers. Cedarcrest’s Nick Ritter scored a game-high 23 points.

At Duvall

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Granite Falls-Eggelson 14, Knudson 22, Setzer 8, Perry 15, Schoonover 9, Counley 10. Cedarcrest-Anderson 2, Elwell 10, Eldred 17, Labate 3, Cortez 15, Ritter 23, Hammontree 2. 3-point goals-Eggelson 1, Knudson 2, Perry 1, Elwell 2, Eldred 3, Labate 1, Cortez 3. JV-Cedarcrest defeated Granite Falls. Records-Granite Falls 4-6 in league, 4-12 overall. Cedarcrest 2-9, 4-15.

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