Appleby’s attack helps Stanwood boys win, stay unbeaten

Herald staff

STANWOOD – Ryan Appleby’s fourth-quarter steal and uncontested layin helped spearhead a Stanwood charge, which led to a 51-49 non-league victory over Lynden on Saturday in boys basketball.

The victory improved Stanwood to 3-0 in league and 5-0 overall. Lynden dropped to 2-1, 3-1.

With less than two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, and the game tied, Appleby stole a pass and scored the go-ahead basket. “Our defense played really well,” Stanwood coach Nate DuChesne said. “It is nice to be able to rely on our defense for a victory.”

Marcus Steele, who scored seven of his nine points in the fourth quarter, drained a few jump shots in the last few minutes to give Stanwood a five-point lead.

“Joe got into some foul trouble in the first half,” DuChesne said. “Those early fouls took his aggressiveness away. But he came up in the fourth quarter.”

Lynden, trailing by two points, had a chance to tie the game with just seconds remaining but missed a key free throw. Grant Assink led Lynden with 14 points.


Lynden– Assink 14, Tabenheim 12, Roberts 10, Powell 5, Kortus 2, VanMersbergn 6. Stanwood-Brokaw 4, Zueber 4, Appleby 12, Ali 6, Bodfish 4, Steele 9, Whitney 4, Messeril 8. 3-point goals– Powell, Messeril 2, Appleby 2, Steele, Ali. Records– Lynden 2-0 in league, 3-1 overall. Stanwood 3-0, 5-0.

King’s 77, Roosevelt 59: King’s had four players score in double figures as the Class A school knocked off the larger 4A Roosevelt in a non-conference game. King’s was 23-for-27 from the free-throw line. Most of those attempts came in the final period when the Roughriders sent King’s to the line 24 times.


King’s

15

13

18

30

77

Roosevelt

8

13

17

21

59


King’s-Faidley 16, Webb 14, Pawlak 14, Cayford 13, Trautmann 11, Hartman 9. Roosevelt-Morris 26, Nicholes 20, Delfiero 4, Grant 3, Clark 2, Chevigney 2, Williams 1, Frederick 1. 3-point goals-Morris 3, Nicholes 3, Faidley 2, Pawlak 1, Cayford 1 Records-King’s 4-2 overall.

Snohomish County Christian 50, Summit 41: Chris Sharpe and Jeramiah Ripley combined for seven 3-pointers in Snohomish County Christian’s first victory of the season. Ripley, who hit two 3-pointers, led the team with 25 points and Sharpe converted five 3-pointers for 15 points.


Summit

8

11

11

11

41

Sno. County Christian

15

10

10

15

50


Summit– Ho 2, Sanders 1, T. Harris 9, Johnson 10, M. Harris 4, Bradshaw 5, Geiger 10. Sno. County-Sharpe 15, Farrar3, Ripley 25, Rouse 4, Doucet 3. 3-point goals– Bradshaw, Geiger, Sharpe 5, Farrar, Ripley 2. Records– Summit 0-0 in league, 0-4 overall. Sno. County Christian 0-0, 1-4.

Clallam 63, Shoreline Christian 60: Danny Angulo (14 points) and brother Fidel (16) combined for 30 points to lead Clallam to the victory. Despite trailing 41-30 at halftime, Clallam used a 21-11 third-quarter run to cut the lead to one point to begin the fourth quarter. Jacob Wright scored 15 points for Clallam, which held Shoreline Christian to just 19 second-half points. Darren Broeksuis led Shoreline Christian with 18 points.


Clallam

17

13

21

12

63

Shoreline Christian

20

21

11

8

60


Clallam– Wright 15, Simmons 4, D. Angulo 14, E. Bowlby 2, A. Bowlby 10, Gregory 2, F. Angulo 16. Shoreline Christian-Gunderson 7, Dennis 5, Prins 8, Womelsduff 4, Brandal 12, Broeksuis 18, Crozier 6. 3-point goals– A. Bowlby 2, Gunderson, Dennis, Broeksuis. Records– Clallam 0-0 in league, 2-4 overall. Shoreline Christian 0-0, 3-4.

Puget Sound Adventist 86, Grace Academy 80: Forward Ryan Miller scored 16 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter to lead Puget Sound Adventist to a non-league victory. Matt Conklin of Grace Academy led all scoreres with 29 points and 14 rebounds.


Puget Sound Adventist

19

16

20

31

86

Grace Academy

18

18

21

23

80


Puget Sound Adventist-Wislon 22, Bahnmiller 18, Morence 13, Webb 12, Tompkins 8, Porter 5. Grace Academy-Conklin 29, Short, J.O. 21, Short, J.E. 13, Fuller 9, Poirier 6, Setzer 2. 3-point goals-Short, J.E. 2, Bahnmiller 2, Tompkins 2, Fuller 1, Webb 1, Porter 1. Records-Grace Academy 1-5 overall.

Lynden 64, Stanwood 52: Playing for the second night in a row, Stanwood fell apart in the second half after leading 30-21 and lost the non-league game. Megan Beauchamp scored 17 points and Zoe Urness added 16 for Stanwood, which was outshot 34-11 at the free-throw line.


Stanwood

16

14

12

10

52

Lynden

10

11

22

21

64


Stanwood– Boehme 2, Palmer 2, Long 2, C. Urness 7, Z. Urness 16, Megan Beauchamp 17, O’Connor 6. Lynden-Burlingame 16, Waldemar 9, Edin 2, Stopperan 15, Lindquist 13, Wilson 4, Bierlink 5. 3-point goals-Me. Beachamp (Stan) 5. JV score-Stanwood 35, Lynden 23. Records-Stanwood 1-5 overall. Lynden not reported.

Cedar Park 61, University Prep 36: Monique Lee and Ashley Johnson combined for 40 points as Cedar Park won its fifth consecutive game. Both Lee (20 points) and Johnson (20 points) sat out the fourth quarter, but not before leaving the team with a 54-26 lead. In the duo’s absence, University Prep, led by Karina Miller’s 10 points, outscored Cedar Park 11-7.


University Prep

10

8

8

11

36

Cedar Park

19

17

18

7

61


UP-Miller 10, Feigal 9, Harris 6, Larsen 6, Hill 5, Geilhuse 2. CP– Lee 20, Johnson 20, Garey 8, Janes 7, Harrison 4, Vallerand 2. Records– Cedar Park 0-0 in league, 5-0 overall. Friday Harbor 0-0, 0-3.

Shoreline Christian 45, Clallam Bay 23: Darcy Madison led Shoreline Christian with 16 points in its non-conference win. The leading rebounder for the game was Sarah Smart with 14 boards and nine points. Natasha DeYager scored a season-high eight points for Shoreline Christian.


Clallam Bay

2

9

7

5

23

Shoreline Christian

8

5

13

19

45


Clallam Bay-Hall 13, Ashton 6, Cuth 2, Goplen-Dean 2. Shoreline Christian-Madison 16, Smart 9, DeYager 8, Nelson 6, Maxwell 4, VanHal, B. 2. 3-point goals-Ashton 1. JV score-Shoreline Christian 42, Master’s Touch 37 (3OT). Records-Shoreline Christian 5-3 overall.

Shoreline Christian JV 42, Master’s Touch 37 (3OT): Rachel Brown had 17 points and 17 rebounds for Master’s Touch in its non-league loss. Joy Vanderpool scored 16 for Master’s Touch. Allison Vanderwereff led the winning Shoreline Christian JV squad with a game-high 21 points.


Master’s Touch

5

11

8

8

5

– 37

Shoreline Christian

13

5

7

7

10 – 42


Master’s Touch-Brown 17, Vanderpool 16, Sharp 4. Shoreline Christian-Vanderwerff 21, Verneer, A. 8, Verneer, M. 4, Visser 3, Deelstra 3, Kirker 2. 3-point goals-Vanderpool 2. Records-Master’s Touch 1-6 overall.

Summit 45, Snohomish County Christian 39: Josie Regan scored 10 of her game-high 18 points in the first quarter to lead Summit on a 20-9 run. Snohomish County Christian cut the lead to seven after three quarters but couldn’t make up the difference in the fourth quarter. Rebekka Brekkaa led Snohomish County Christian with 14 points.


Summit

20

10

6

9

45

Sno. County Christian

9

6

12

12

39


Summit– Jackson 5, Regan 18, Loyd 2, Gallagher 16, Villars 4. Sno.County– Coulson 2, Hammond 9, Oakland 3, Wallace 6, Brekkaa 14, Cathey 1, Holgate 4. 3-point goals– Jackson, Brekkaa 3, Hammond. Records– Summit not reported. Sno. County Christian 0-0 in league, 0-5 overall.

Grace Academy 39, Puget Sound Adventist 27: Christie Howard had 10 rebounds as Grace Academy picked up a non-conference win.


Puget Sound Adventist

8

10

5

4

27

Grace Academy

8

12

9

10

39


Puget Sound Adventist-Hameln 8, Hoffman 7, Wade 4, Huber 3, Reiswig 3, Valez 2. Grace Academy-Zoeger 8, Holt 8, Short 6, Howard 6, Yeckley 5, Davenport 2. 3-point goals-Short 2, Yeckley 1. Records-Grace Academy 2-4 overall.

Darrington 64, Friday Harbor 12: At 103 pounds, Justin Friddle pinned Tad Sooter in the first period to lead Darrington, which won the first four matches en route to its Northwest League victory.

103– Ju. Friddle (Dar) pinned Sooter, 1:33, 1st round; 112– Holz (Dar) won by forfeit; 119– Jo. Friddle (Dar) won by forfeit; 125– Double forfeit; 130– Van Laningham (Dar) pinned Alward, :33, 1st round; 135-Stevens (Dar) pinned Cornell, 2:30, 2nd round; 140-Pretz (FH) pinned Burns, 4:20, 3rd round; 145– Padgett (Dar) pinned Laroc dec. 14-5; 152– Jonner (Dar) pinned Grone, 4:18, 3rd; 160– Ankrum (Dar) pinned Gossom, 2:15, 2nd round; 171– Elrod (Dar) pinned Cymballista, 2:45, 2nd round; 189– Stimpson (FH) pinned White, 2:55, 2nd round; 215– Cabe (Dar) pinned Marsh, 2:25, 2nd round; 275– Tollenaar (Dar) won by forfeit. Records– Darrington 1-0 in league, 2-0 overall. Friday Harbor not reported.

Sultan 42, Sequim 38: At 275 pounds, Jesse Brown pinned his opponent in 34 seconds to lead Sultan to a come-from-behind victory during the Port Townsend Tournament. Sultan, which defeated Foss 57-24 earlier in the day, took first place. Foss finished seccond. Sultan’s Ryan Conley, at 119, needed just 36 seconds to pin his opponent during the team’s victory over Sequim.

103– Claussen (Sult) won by forfeit; 112– Colliers (Sult) pinned Rubens, 1:55, 1st round; 119– Conley (Sult) pinned Blackwell, :36, 1st round; 125– Atterbury (Sult) pinned Crawford, 1:11, 1st round; 130– Verdue (Squim) dec. Beedle, 8-2; 135– Criswel (Sult) won by forfeit; 140– Bekkevaur (Squim) pinned Kleinman, :55, 1st round; 145– Rockenbrant (Squim) won by forfeit.; 152– Hope (Squim) pinned Gillio, 3:12, 2nd round; 160– Lemmon (Sult) pinned Sill, 1:27, 1st round; 171-Chavez (Squim) won by forfeit; 189– Chavez (Squim) won by forfeit; 215– Janisse (Squim) won by technical fall over Ames, 16-1; 275– Brown (Sult) pinned Reinstetter, 0:34, 1st round.

Lake Stevens 32, Snohomish 21, Ferndale 18, Squalicum 13, Anacortes 5, Shorewood 3, Sehome 1: Ferndale’s Chris Wilson broke his record from last year’s Whatcom County Pentathlon by nearly a second, while holding off Squalicum freshman John McCallem to win with a time of 5:56.53. Max Hinricksen won the 100 freestyle with a state-qualifying time of 49.26 and won the 100 breaststroke (1:05.1) as he led Lake Stevens to a team victory.

200 individual medley-Chris Wilson (Ferndale) 2:05.16; Diving-Spencer Youngberg (Sehome) 181.30; 100 butterfly-Chris Wilson (Fern) 55.94; 100 freestyle-Max Hinricksen (LS) 49.26; 100 backstroke-Chris Wilson (Fern) 55.42; 100 breaststroke-Hinricksen (LS) 1:05.1. Pentathlon: Wilson (Fern) 5:56.53.

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