Arlington’s Burt scores 45 in victory

Herald staff

ANACORTES – Arlington hung on for a 64-62 non-conference victory Wednesday night as University of Washington bound Kayla Burt led the Eagles to the girls basketball victory.

Burt finished with a triple double with 45 points, 12 rebounds, and 11 steals. Burt also had five assists.

“Kayla was awesome tonight,” said Arlington head coach Mike Buckholz. “She showed her leadership and took her young teammates on a ride to victory.”

With Arlington holding a 63-54 lead with two minutes left, Anacortes gave Arlington everything it could handle.

Arlington (1-1) trailed by one point entering the fourth quarter., That’s when Burt took over, scoring 15 of her game-high 45 points in the quarter.

With a nine-point lead and only two minutes to go, Arlington showed its youth and turned the ball over to Anacortes, cutting the lead to one at 63-62, but with only one second left

Burt finished off the night and Anacortes with a free throw that sealed the victory.


Arlington-Burt 45, Penix 7, Scheppely 6, Daughtery 2, Elliott 2, L. Cort 2. Anacortes-Holm 13, Germyn 11, Moore 11, Averill 8, Finch 5, Borlin 5, Hardy 2, Breckenridge 2, Morgenthaler 3, Andrews 2. 3-point goals-Burt 4, Scheppely 2, Germyn 1. JV-Anacortes def. Arlington. Records-Arlington 1-1 overall. Anacortes 2-1.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 60, Jackson 36: Marysville-Pilchuck was led by Sarah Smith with 14 points and five rebounds. Ashleigh Roth scored six points and had seven rebounds for M-P. Laura Freimuth and Jessica Shadle led Jackson with nine points apiece.


    Jackson

    6

    10

    7

    13

    36

    Marysville-Pilchuck

    20

    19

    11

    10

    60


    Jackson-Arango 4, Storm 2, Freimuth 9, Shropshire 2, Jones 6, Shadle 9, Eisinger 4. Marysville-Pilchuck-Kavaney 2, Bradley 3, Hopp 4, Howell 6, Deuce 6, Zamora 7, Doolen 3, Ancheta 9, Smith 14, Roth 6. 3-point goals-Doolen 1, Bradley 1. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 59, Jackson 39. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 2-1 overall. Jackson 1-3.

  • Cascade 73, Bothell 63: Kayla Huss had a hot hand, scoring 32 points and making six 3-point shots in the non-conference victory for Cascade.


    Bothell

    19

    8

    17

    19

    63

    Cascade

    23

    21

    16

    13

    73


    Bothell-Zubovic 16, Maag 14, Kmeichik 13, Johnson 12, Behernds 6, Corbin 2. Cascade-Huss 32, Lienhard 12, Sullivan 8, Smoke 5, Bovey 4, Baines 4, Anderson 3, Adams 3, Selvidge 2. 3-point goals-Huss 6, Sullivan 2, Smoke 1, Adams 1. JV Cascade def. Bothell. Records-Bothell 1-2 overall. Cascade 3-0.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 48, Everett 39: Kamiya Woodward hit two 3-points shots and scored 16 points to lead Edmonds-Woodway to the non-conference victory.


    Everett

    4

    11

    7

    16

    39

    Edmonds-Woodway

    9

    12

    14

    13

    48


    Everett-Webber 13, Olson 13, Hill 7, Bjella 2, Huth 2, Raab 2. Edmonds-Wooday-Woodward 16, Allen 11, K. Adex 8, T. Adex 7, Hitchner 6. 3-point goals-Woodward 2, Hitchner 1, Allen 1, Hill 1, Olson 1, Webber 1. JV score-Edmonds-Woodway 39, Everett 37. Records-Everett 0-3 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 2-0.

  • Lake Stevens 72, Ferndale 37: Kelly Bay made nine of 11 shots and scored 18 points to lead Lake Stevens to the non-conference victory.


    Ferndale

    10

    4

    14

    9

    37

    Lake Stevens

    21

    21

    15

    15

    72


    Ferndale-McCarrell 7, Mault 6, Dahl 4, Hoelzle 4, Turner 4, Irwin 4, Crayton 3, Wiley 2, McAlpine 2, Buckland 1. Lake Stevens-Bay 18, Holloway 14, Todd 12, Baldwin 11, Carbonatto 5, Keller 4, Steinruck 4, Kruse 2, Whitman 1, Russum 1. 3-point goals-Todd 1, Mault 1, Dahl 1, McCarrell 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 49, Ferndale 33. Records-Ferndale 0-3 overall. Lake Stevens 4-0.

  • Bellingham 75, Mariner 42: Sara Hansen scored 27 points to almost single handedly lead Bellingham to the non-conference victory over Mariner. Erin Fowler scored 14 points to lead the Marauders.


    Bellingham

    18

    19

    16

    22

    75

    Mariner

    12

    11

    6

    13

    42


    Bellingham-Helinbrecht 2, Hansen 27, Huactt 3, Ellis 2, Roake 5, Burt 13, Bearden 3, Evans 2, Winterburn 2, Loder 16. Mariner-Fowler 14, Desimone 5, Burns 4, Richardson 9, Moore 10. 3-point goals-Hansen 6, Roake 1, Burt 1, Bearden 1, Fowler 4, Richardson 1. JV score-Mariner 44, Bellingham 36. Records-Bellingham 1-2 overall. Mariner 1-2.

  • Lynden 54, Stanwood 38: Lauren Amundson scored 13 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the non-conference loss for Stanwood.


    Stanwood

    6

    6

    7

    19

    38

    Lynden

    17

    20

    12

    5

    54


    Stanwood-Amundson 13, C. Urness 7, Z. Urness 5, Karlberg 4, Brook 3, Donahue 2, Buckholz 2, Abrams 2. Lynden-Burlingmae 12, Victor 9, Kellett 9, Enfield 5, Groves 5, Stopperan 4, Wilson 3. 3-point goals-Victor 3. JV score-Stanwood 43, Lynden 27. Records-Stanwood 1-3 overall, Lynden 1-1.

  • Shelton 56, Lakewood 50: Whitney Graham and Stephanie Davis scored 19 and 20 points, respectively, for Shelton in the non-conference victory. Robyn Black led Lakewood with 13 points.


    Shelton

    12

    8

    15

    21

    56

    Lakewood

    10

    12

    10

    18

    50


    Shelton-Jackson 4, Weeden 2, Davis 20, Cahoon 4, Muns 7, Graham 19. Lakewood-Black 13, S. Anderson 11, A. Anderson 4, McFarland 12, Guske 2, Ludington 4, Teasley 4. 3-point goals-Davis 4, S. Anderson 1, McFarland 2. JV-Shelton def. Lakewood. Records-Shelton 2-1 overall. Lakewood 1-1.

  • Squalicum 65, Oak Harbor 58: Kelli Kosa and Sarah Smith combined for 45 points to lead Squalicum to the non-conference victory. Valerie Hartman scored 19 points to lead Oak Harbor.


    Squalicum

    16

    15

    9

    25

    65

    Oak Harbor

    15

    7

    18

    18

    58


    Squalicum-Grunhurd 2, May 2, Volland 12, Kosa 23, Cozad 4, Smith 22. Oak Harbor-Bull 6, Hartman 19, Manibusan 13, King 2, Bratt 2, Armstrong 11, White 2, Spears 3. 3-point goals-Kosa 2, Manibusan 2, Hartman 1. JV-Oak Harbor def. Squalicum. Records-Squalicum 1-2 overall. Oak Harbor 1-2.

  • Lynnwood 67, Sedro-Woolley 55: Analise Nash scored 16 points to lead Lynnwood to the non-conference victory over Sedro-Woolley.


    Lynnwood

    13

    13

    30

    11

    67

    Sedro-Woolley

    15

    13

    15

    12

    55


    Lynnwood-Chomos 9, Huntsinger 7, McGaughey 7, Nash 16, Filipo 4, Ayers 4, Bronemann 4, Pitts 4, Parks 4, Quast 2, Pratt 6. Sedro-Woolley-Cheadle 13, Sanddin 2, Hyatt 20, Schiefelbein 13, Winters 8. 3-point goals-Hyatt 2, Huntsinger 1. JV score-Lynnwood 48, Sedro-Woolley 30. Records-Lynnwood 1-2 overall. Sedro-Woolley 0-4.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 101, Inglemoor 84: J.D. Crawford won the diving event to help Marysville-Pilchuck win the non-conference meet.

    200 medley relay-Marysville-Pilchuck (Kreutz, Nagle, Spalding, Pepin) 1:48.9; 200 freestyle-Walker (I) 1:58.8; 200 individual medley-Roberts (I) 2:13.6; 50 freestyle-Bernier (I) 22.73*; Diving-Crawford (MP) 140.6; 100 butterfly-Leahy (I) 54.77*; 100 freestyle-Walker (I) 51.9; 500 freestyle-Bernier (I) 5:19.4; 200 freestyle relay-Marysville-Pilchuck (Pepin, Nagle, Spalding, Fizer) 1:35.6; 100 backstroke-Leahy (I) 1:02; 100 breaststroke-Roberts (I) 1:07.3; 400 freestyle relay-Inglemoor (Walker, Roberts, Leahy, Bernier) 3:28.81*. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 2-0 overall. Inglemoor not reported.

    *denotes state qualifying time

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