Girls basketball

Tuesday’s prep girls basketball results

GIRLS BASKETBALL Shorecrest 46, King’s 35 King’s 4 20 5 6 —35 Shorecrest 10 15 8 13 —46 King’s—Casey Kispert 8, Kenzie Schwab 6, Dominique… Continue reading

Marysville Getchell girls have speed to burn

Speed isn’t necessarily thought of as a critical asset for a basketball player to have, but it definitely has its uses on the court. Just… Continue reading

Hot Tickets: Everett-Arlington wrestling twinbill to feature plenty of talent

Here are five local matchups to keep an eye on this week: 1. Boys swimming and diving: Kamiak at Shorewood, 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. Kamiak enters… Continue reading

Saturday’s prep girls basketball results

GIRLS BASKETBALL Monroe 56, Mariner 39 Mariner 6 13 3 17 —39 Monroe 18 11 15 12 —56 Mariner—Hannah Hezekiah 28, Zaria Smith 4, Lina… Continue reading

Friday’s prep girls basketball results

GIRLS BASKETBALL Monroe 43, Cascade 30 Monroe 6 12 9 16 —43 Cascade 5 6 10 9 —30 Monroe—Monique Fierke 13, Elise Allen 12, Camille… Continue reading

Thursday’s prep girls basketball results

GIRLS BASKETBALL N. Valley 65, Lakewood 39 Lakewood 3 7 14 15 —39 N. Valley 19 11 17 18 —65 Lakewood—Jelly Perry 17, Emily Senyitko… Continue reading

Two pairs of sisters key Lynnwood girls’ 52-44 win at Snohomish

Players on successful teams often talk about how a strong family feeling can emerge after bonding with teammates. On the Lynnwood girls basketball… Continue reading

Wednesday’s prep girls basketball results

GIRLS BASKETBALL Lake Stevens 51, Jackson 45 Lake Stevens 14 12 10 15 —51 Jackson 12 12 8 13 —45 Lake Stevens—Kylee Griffen 20, Marissa… Continue reading

Tuesday’s prep girls basketball results

GIRLS BASKETBALL A. Murphy 71, Granite Falls 25 A. Murphy 29 19 12 11 —71 Granite Falls 7 1 8 9 —25 Archbishop Murphy—Maddie Hill… Continue reading

Hot Tickets: MP Premier wrestling tourney draws top teams

Here are five local prep matchups to keep an eye on this week: 1. Boys swimming and diving: Shorecrest at Kamiak, 3:15 p.m. Tuesday. Kamiak,… Continue reading

Saturday’s girls basketball box scores

GIRLS BASKETBALL Saturday’s Games Asotin 56, Kettle Falls 37 Blanchet 46, Seattle Prep 35 C.P. Chr.-MLT 39, Mt. Rainier Lutheran 26 Colfax 51, Wilbur-Creston 29… Continue reading

Minus Kispert, King’s boys beat Wildcats 60-53; Murphy girls win

With star senior and Gonzaga commit Corey Kispert sidelined by a foot injury, the Knights seized the chance to prove they are more… Continue reading

Friday’s prep girls basketball results

GIRLS BASKETBALL Glacier Peak 81, Kamiak 35 Kamiak 7 10 14 4 —35 Glacier Peak 26 13 31 11 —81 Kamiak—Kate Huguenin 12, Aliea Marrero… Continue reading

Watkins, Glacier Peak girls thump Kamiak 81-35

When Glacier Peak star senior guard Paisley Johnson was pulled early in the fourth quarter, she was accidentally whacked in the neck by… Continue reading

Thursday’s prep girls basketball results

GIRLS BASKETBALL Burlington-Edison 83, Lakewood 26 B.-Edison 29 25 16 13 —83 Lakewood 5 12 7 2 —26 Burlington-Edison—Allyson Ray 30, Brandy Smith 14, Katie… Continue reading

Stanwood girls stay perfect; Edmonds-Woodway loses star in loss

Missy Peterson limped off the court 50 seconds into the first quarter of Wednesday’s girls basketball game between Edmonds-Woodway and host Stanwood. Suffering… Continue reading

Despite roster hit, King’s girls basketball team continues to compete

The King’s girls basketball team has a drastically new look this season. The Knights, who finished second at the Class 1A state tournament last March,… Continue reading

Snohomish girls can’t get going in 46-27 loss to Lyncs

The holiday non-conference slate offers teams a chance to test themselves, which often produces critical lessons needed to be learned before league play… Continue reading

Stanwood girls improve to 10-0 with 58-46 win over Kamiak

The Stanwood girls basketball team places a strong emphasis on converting turnovers into transition points. The Spartans used that formula Friday night… Continue reading

Lynnwood girls cruise to 61-27 win over Mt. Rainier

Lynnwood girls basketball coach Brent Hudson admits his team is still adjusting to life without since-graduated stars Mikayla Pivec and Jordyn Edwards. “I… Continue reading