Cascade hands Snohomish first loss

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SNOHOMISH – Snohomish hit a bump in the road in its quest for an undefeated season when the Panthers lost 3-0 to Cascade in a critical Western Conference North Division volleyball match Thursday.

The Cascade Bruins (4-1 in division, 8-2 overall), who won 15-7, 15-11, 15-11, figured to be in a close five-game tussle.

“We were pumped,” said Bruin head coach Kris Little. “We had parents bringing their comfortable chairs.”

LuAnn Anderson had 18 kills for Cascade. Brittany Beakins had 24 assists.

For the previously undefeated Panthers (4-1, 10-1), it was a down night.

“We were tired,” said coach Shirley Siegel. “We cannot afford to have another game like this one when we face Marysville.”

Undefeated Marysville-Pilchuck sits atop the division with Snohomish and Cascade tied for second place. The Tommies and Snohomish will face-off next week in Marysville.

While Little saw the victory as a coming together of her team, Siegel felt the result was a product of late season fatigue.

“We finally became a team tonight,” said the Bruins’ Little. “I don’t want to jinx anything, but I feel like we are peaking at the most critical time.”

“For us, to be undefeated carries a lot of weight,” said Siegel. “To lose this match, at home, is a dissapointment.”

Oak Harbor 3, Lake Stevens 0: At Lake Stevens H.S., Alicia Lancaster had six kills and four blocks to lead Oak Harbor (3-3 in league, 6-6 overall) past Lake Stevens (2-3, 3-8), 15-3, 15-3, 15-13. Valerie Hartman contributed 26 assists in Oak Harbor’s Wesco South victory.

Edmonds-Woodway 3, Jackson 2: At Jackson H.S., Maria Lin had 30 assists and Tiana Roma added 22 kills and five blocks as Edmonds-Woodway (4-2 league, 7-4 overall) outlasted Jackson (2-4, 5-6) 5-15, 15-13, 15-10, 14-16, 15-13 in the Wesco South match. Jamie Crockett had 23 kills and Ashley Warnken seven blocks for Jackson.

Meadowdale 3, Shorewood 0: At Shorewood H.S., Mira Dermenjieva had 25 assists and four aces and teammates Lauren Marty and Mollie Moore had 13 kills and seven aces, respectively, to lead Meadowdale (3-3 in league and 6-5 overall) to the 15-4, 15-10, 15-10 Wesco South victory. Shorewood is 3-3, 5-6.

Everett 3, Mount Vernon 0: At Everett H.S., Everett defeated Mount Vernon (1-10 overall)in a non-league make-up game. The Seagulls (6-5) downed the Bulldogs 15-8, 15-12, 15-4. Emily Olson had 13 assists and Sharon Bjella had 14 digs for Everett.

Marysville-Pilchuck 3, Kamiak 1: At Kamiak H.S., Mo Coverdale had eight kills and seven blocks in M-P’s non-conference victory. Amy Lewis contributed 12 digs as M-P (11-0 overall) defeated Kamiak (5-6) 15-9, 15-10, 11-15, 15-11.

South Whidbey 3, Mount Baker 0: At South Whidbey H.S., Lauren Johnson had 13 assists, Jenny Saephan 12 kills and Brianna Hussey added five assists and four kills as the Falcons (4-3 league, 8-5 overall) swept Mount Baker (2-4, 3-9) 15-4, 16-14, 15-0 in the North Cascades match.

Meridian 3, Lakewood 0: At Lakewood H.S., Emily Castro had 15 kills to lead Meridian (6-0 in league, 11-1 overall), to a 15-4, 15-4, 15-6 North Cascades win over Lakewood (0-7, 0-9).

Lynden Christian 3, Granite Falls 1: At Granite Falls H.S., Granite Falls (4-2 in league, 8-5 overall) fought a close battle against Lynden Christian (5-1, 8-3) before falling 12-15, 18-16, 16-14, 16-14 in a critical North Cascades match. Denise Wilbur led a strong Tiger defense with 27 kills and Megan Wright was 22-for-22 from the service stripe. The loss drops Granite Falls to fourth in the league standings.

Coupeville 3, Orcas Island 1: At Coupeville H.S., the Wolves (8-0 in league, 9-1 overall) remained atop the Northwest A League standings after a 15-10, 15-12, 9-15, 15-7 win over Orcas Island (4-3, 4-3). Sarah Mouw led Coupeville with 18 kills and five blocks. Mouw obtained perfection at the service line (16-for-16). Teammate Ashley Bagby was 18-for-19 serving and tallied nine kills.

Archbishop Murphy 3, Friday Harbor 2: At Archbishop Murphy H.S., the Wildcats came out on top 15-11, 11-15, 13-15, 15-13, 16-14 in their third five-game match in their last four contests. Lauren Coate had 21 blocks, 34 digs and 15 kills for Archbishop Murphy in the Northwest A League match, while teammate Molly Reynolds had 26 assists, five digs and five kills. The Wildcats are 3-5 in the league and 3-8 overall. Friday Harbor is 2-5, 2-5.

Darrington 3, Skykomish 0: At Darrington H.S., the Loggers (7-1 league, 10-1 overall) secured their 10th straight spot in the tri-district tournament with a 15-6, 15-2, 15-6 Northwest B victory over Skykomish (1-5, 2-6). Britta Smith and Amy Jones combined for 21 kills for Darrington.

Snohomish County Christian 3, Bear Creek 0: At Snohomish County Christian H.S., Chanthima Tebelman and Nichole Wright combined to serve 17-for-18 and Melissa Kefgen added seven kills as Snohomish County Christian (5-6 league, 5-9 overall) swept the Emerald City League match 15-8, 15-5, 15-11.

Archbishop Murphy 7, La Conner 1: Grant Ferris and Andrew Hewitt had two goals each as the Wildcats rolled to an easy Northwest A/B League win.

Orcas Island 4, Grace Academy 1: Travis Anderson had a pair of second-half goals to help Orcas Island to the Northwest A/B victory.

Goals-Grace Academy: Cohrs. Orcas Island: Anderson 2, Chocano, Tuson-Turner. Goalkeepers-Grace Academy: Lugg. Orcas Island: Russell. Records-Grace Academy: 2-3 league, 6-6 overall. Orcas Island 5-0, 8-2.

Lopez 3, Master’s Touch 2: Juan Valezquez scored his second goal of the game in overtime to lift Lopez to the Northwest A/B victory. Matthew Sutton added a goal for Lopez.

Goals-Master’s Touch: Not reported. Lopez: Valezquez 2, Sutton. Goalkeepers-Master’s Touch: Not reported. Lopez: Walvatne. Records-Master’s Touch 1-3 league, 3-4 overall. Lopez 2 3, 2-5.

Shoreline Christian 3, Friday Harbor 1: Jeremy Prins scored twice to lead the Lions to the Northwest A/B victory.

Goals-Friday Harbor: Benz. Shoreline Christian: Brandal, Prins 2. Goalkeepers-Friday Harbor: Smith. Shoreline Christian: Kaemingk. Records-Friday Harbor: 2-6 in division, 2-6 overall. Shoreline Christian: 4-2, 8-5-1.

Goals-Oak Harbor: Pruss, White, Nydam. Goalkeepers-Oak Harbor: Shulock. Mount Vernon: Leonard. Records-Oak Harbor: 9-4-2 in division, 9-4-2 overall. Mount Vernon: 6-8, 6-8.

Monroe 2, Arlington 1: Shaelynn Brown and Ashley Nelson each scored during the final 13 minutes of action in the Bearcats’ Wesco North win.

Goals-Monroe: Brown, Nelson. Arlington: Thompsin. Goalkeepers-Monroe: Fish. Arlington: Hadzriga. Records-Monroe: 7-6-2 in division, 7-6-2 overall. Arlington: 0-14, 0-14.

Snohomish 6, Marysville-Pilchuck 0: Katelyn Waterhouse scored a goal and assisted on two others to lead the Panthers to a Wesco North victory.

Goals-Snohomish: K. Waterhouse, C. Waterhouse, Miller, Snyder, Garrity, Norkin. Assists-SnohomishL: K. Waterhouse 2, Kihm. Goalkeepers-Snohomish: Andelien, Cornwell. Marysville-Pilchuck: Smith. Records-Snohomish 9-3-2 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 5-8-1.

Shorecrest 4, Jackson 0: Junior Karen Ruhlman scored a pair of goals in the first half to lead Shorecrest to the Wesco South win. Chelsea Sternagel opened the scoring for Shorecrest with a goal in the 24th minute.

At Everett Memorial Stadium

Goals-SC: Ruhlman 2, Sternagel, Pelland. Goalkeepers-SC: Barnes. Jackson: Shropshire, Ellenwood. Records-SC 5-1-1, 8-3-1 overall. Jackson 3-4, 5-7-1.

Shorewood 4, Everett 0: Nanda McCormick had two goals and an assist to lead Shorewood to the Wesco South victory.

Goals-Shorewood: McCormick 2, M. Williams, Wilcox-Perrotta. Goalkeepers-Everett: Not reported. Shorewood: B. Williams. Records-Everett 0-6-1 league, 1-10-2 overall. Shorewood 6-0-1, 10-1-2

Mountlake Terrace 2, Kamiak 1: Hayley Henry scored in the 10th minute and Katy Barstad added an insurance goal in the second half to secure the Mountlake Terrace Wesco South victory.

At Edmonds Stadium

Goals-MLT: Henry, Barstad. Kamiak: Skouras. Goalkeepers-MLT: Everett. Kamiak: Kresbach Records-Kamiak 3-4 league, 7-4-2 overall. MLT 2-4-1, 4-8-1.

Edmonds-Woodway 5, Lynnwood 0: Jordan Bishop scored a hat trick to help keep the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors undefeated atop the Wesco Southern Division.

Goals-E-W: Wells, Bishop 3, Zevenbergen. Goalkeepers-E-W: Hamilton, Natterstad. Lynnwood: Rhodes. Records-E-W: 6-0 in division, 12-0 overall. Lynnwood: 1-6-1, 4-11-1.

Meadowdale 5, Mariner 0: Meadowdale scored five second-half goals in the Wesco South shutout. Amber Vranish scored Meadowdale’s first goal in the 56th minute. Laura Reed followed with a goal one minute later.

At Goddard Stadium

Goals-Mead: Vranish, Reed, Overturf, Nagel, Turk. Goalkeepers-Mead: Wirtala. Mariner: Smith. Records-Meadowdale 6-1-1, 10-3-2 overall. Home Mariner 1-6, 1-10.

Mount Baker 5, Lakewood 0: Kaitlin Rhode scored two goals to lead Mount Baker to the North Cascades victory.

Goals-Mount Baker: Rhode 2, Klix, Hill, Johnson. Goalkeepers-Lakewood: Gillis. Mount Baker: Kennedy. Records-Lakewood: 4-10 in division, 4-10 overall. Mount Baker: 6-9, 6-9.

University Prep 2, Archbishop Murphy 0: Chleo Jones scored the first goal for University Prep in its non-conference victory.

Goals-University Prep: Jones, Kerr. Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Bourke. University Prep: Hard. Records-Archbishop Murphy: 8-2-1 overall. University Prep: not reported.

Emerald City League meet: Snohomish County Christian’s Jared Gwaltney was third and teammate David Kendall was sixth in the inaugural league championship Wednesday.

At Lower Woodland Park, Seattle

3.05 miles

Team scores-Overlake 60, Bush 64, Snohomish County Christian 69, Seattle Academy 87, University Prep 115, Northwest 126, Bear Creek 142.

1. Taft (Seattle Academy) 17:23, 2. Duecy-Ginns (Bush), 3. Gwaltney (Snohomish County Christian), 4. Leoffler (Bush), 5. Smith (Overlake), 6. Kendall (Snohomish County Christian), 7. Forin (Overlake), 8. Bell (Northwest), 9. Riddington (Seattle Academy), 10. Rowley (Seattle Academy).

Emerald City League meet: Annie Wright runners took the top two spots and three of the top four in the inaugural league championship Wednesday.

At Lower Woodland Park, Seattle

3.05 miles

Team scores-Annie Wright 24, Seattle Academy 31.

1. Lind (Annie Wright) 19:50, 2. Oda-Burns (Annie Wright), 3. Garvue (Northwest), 4. Leo (Annie Wright), 5. Cherkin (Seattle Academy), 6. Theobald (Seattle Academy), 7. Wind (Seattle Academy), 8. Linscott (Seattle Academy), 9. Peterson (Annie Wright), 10. Pierce (Seattle Academy).

Bothell 34, Franklin 12: Bothell quarterback Tyler Johnson was 6-for-7 for 109 yards and two touchdowns in a Kingco 4A win. Bothell also picked up another touchdown through the air when Rocky Jorgenson connected with Steve Fore on a 69-yard play in the first quarter.













Franklin-Mitchell 5 run (run failed)

Bothell-Fore 69 pass from Jorgensen (Hecker kick)

Bothell-Gallacher 3 run (Hecker kick)

Bothell-Dahl 2 pass from Johnson (Kecker kick)

Bothell-Hughes 13 run (kick failed)

Bothell-Gallacher 31 pass from Johnson (Hecker kick)

Franklin-Robinson 2 run (run failed)

Records-Bothell 5-2 in league, 5-2 overall. Franklin 2-4, 2-4.

Shorewood 126, Mountlake Terrace 60: Vonni Moorman captured two events to lead Shorewood to the Wesco South victory.

200 medley relay-Shorewood (Ke. Wright, Bensen, Hoffmann, Johnstun) 2:06.81; 200 freestyle-Moorman (S) 2:05.39; 200 individual medley-Ho (S) 2:35.89; 50 freestyle-Bensen (S) 28.06; Diving-Kr. Wright (S) 209.69; 100 butterfly-Moorman (S) 1:05.76; 100 freestyle-Johnstun (S) 58.90; 500 freestyle-Menth (S) 6:10.56; 200 freestyle relay-Shorewood, (Moorman, Hill, DePaulie, Maryatt) 1:51.22; 100 backstroke-Nick (MT) 1:09.85; 100 breaststroke-Burleigh (MT) 1:21.92; 400 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Maryatt, Hoffmann, Hill, Johnstun) 4:06.29. Records-Mountlake Terrace 2-6 league, 5-6 overall. Shorewood 7-1, 9-1.

Edmonds-Woodway 104, Shorecrest 81: Edmonds-Woodway’s Amy Hall won both the 200-yard individual medley and the 100 backstroke to lead the Warriors to a Wesco South victory.

200 medley relay-Shorecrest (Cash, Appleseth, Jacobsen, Bellart) 2:03.2; 200 freestyle-Spillman (EW) 2:03.7; 200 individual medley-Hall (EW) 2:25.9; 50 freestyle-Jacobsen (SC) :26.3; Diving-Klaver (SC) 133.7; 100 butterfly-Crawford (EW) 1:10.1; 100 freestyle-Vlasic (EW) :58.6; 500 freestyle-Spillman (EW) 5:35.6; 200 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (Jacobsen, Bellart, Shdo, Appleseth) not reported; 100 backstroke-Hall (EW) 1:08.8; 100 breaststroke-Appleseth (SC) 1:15.8; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Swenson, Vlasic, Lauber, Spillman) 3:59.2. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 4-4 in league, 5-4 overall. Shorecrest 3-5, 5-5.

Meadowdale 137, Lynnwood 34: Meadowdale swimmers finished 1-2-3 in six events and won all three relays and the diving in the Wesco South meet.

200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Kunze, Earling, Hill, Johnson) 2:01.39; 200 freestyle-Jones (M) 2:20.91; 200 individual medley-Chan (M) 2:53.97; 50 freestyle-Duquette (M) 26.68; Diving-Zdenek (M) 148.80; 100 butterfly-Dyer (M) 1:22.42; 100 freestyle-Jones (M) 1:05.83; 500 freestyle-Hill (M) 5:21.45; 200 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Johnson, Storen, Duquette, Hill) 1:47.31; 100 backstroke-Storen (M) 1:06.34; 100 breaststroke-Johnson (M) 1:26.40; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Murphy, Chan, Dyer, Welch) 4:45.49. Records-Meadowdale 5-3 in league, 7-3 overall. Lynnwood 0-8, 0-9.

Snohomish 144, Cascade 42: Erica Chandler broke the school record in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:06.25 while helping Snohomish capture the Wesco North title. Chandler, swimming in her fourth season, has never lost a league dual event.

200 medley relay-Snohomish (Neely, Thrasher, Spurgeon, Duke) 2:03.72, 200 freestyle-Chandler (Sno) 1:59.99, 200 individual medley-Duke (Snohomish) 2:19.00, 50 freestyle-Thrasher (Sno) 26.65, Diving-Enders (Sno) 2:08.25, 100 butterfly-MacNeill (Cas) 1:01:07, 100 freestyle-Behla (Sno) 1:00.00; 500 freestyle-Corcoron (Sno) 5:58.41, 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Chandler, Duke, Spurgeon, Thrasher) 1:47.68; 100 backstroke-Fuchs (Sno) 1:08.33; 100 breaststroke-Chandler (Sno) 1:06.25 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Behla, Corcoron, Neely, Chandler) 3:59.12. Records-Snohomish 7-0 league, 8-2 overall. Cascade 1-6, 1-9.

Lake Stevens 112, Mount Vernon 68: Sisters Mani and Hanan Hozail won the 100-yard butterfly and 500 freestyle, respectively, while Mani swam on the victorious 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays to lead Lake Stevens to a Wesco North victory.

200 medley relay-Lake Stevens (M. Hozail, O’Banion, Hosking, Schreiber) 2:10.6; 200 freestyle-Howes (LS) 2:16.9; 200 individual medley-Hosking (LS) 2:36.1; 50 freestyle-Crawl (MV) :27.7; Diving-Divers (LS) 84.9; 100 butterfly-M. Hozail (LS) 1:16.4; 100 freestyle-Crawl (MV) 1:01.2; 500 freestyle-H. Hozail (LS) 6:37.9; 200 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Davis, Hosking, Pettersen, Howes) 2:00.5; 100 backstroke-Leikrand (MV) 1:10.1; 100 breaststroke-Weisinger (MV) 1:19.8; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Schreiber, O’Banion, Howes, M. Hozail) 4:20.0. Records-Lake Stevens 4-3 in league, 5-4 overall. Mount Vernon 2-5, 5-6.

Oak Harbor 103, Marysville-Pilchuck 83: Kyla Meuer led a Wildcat sweep of the top three places in the 100-yard freestyle and also took the 50 freestyle to lead Oak Harbor to the Wesco North victory.

200 medley relay-Oak Harbor (Rose, Hill, Werring, Chew) 2:02.55; 200 freestyle-Girard (MP) 2:07.35; 200 individual medley-McIntyre (OH) 2:13.74; 50 freestyle-Meuer (OH) 26.01; Diving-Berg (MP) 192; 100 butterfly-McIntyre (OH) 1:02.83; 100 freestyle-Meuer (OH) 56.51; 500 freestyle-Rupert (OH) 5:39.93; 200 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Meuer, Burge, McIntyre, Rupert) 1:47.98; 100 backstroke-Rima (MP) 1:04.19; 100 breaststroke-Burge (OH) 1:16.58; 400 freestyle relay-Maryville-Pilchuck (Girard, Friesen, Bachofer, Rima) 4:12.32. Records-Oak Harbor 6-1 league, 7-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 4-2, 4-3.

Everett 109, Stanwood 60: Bridget Sutherland, Kelsey Carpenter and Kristine Crawford were all double winners for Everett in the Wesco North meet. Nicole Long captured the 500-meter freestyle for Stanwood.

200 medley relay-Everett 2:11.53; 200 freestyle-Sutherland (E) 2:07.79; 200 individual medley-Carpenter (E) 2:48.77; 50 freestyle-Crawford (E) 28.19; 100 butterfly-Sutherland (E) 1:07.41; 100 freestyle-Crawford (E) 1:02.72; 500 freestyle-Long (S) 6:31.74; 200 freestyle relay-Everett 2:03.38; 100 backstroke-Carpenter (E) 1:15.51; 100 breaststroke-Olsen (E) 1:27.49; 400 freestyle relay-Everett 4:15.93. Records-Everett 3-4 league, 5-5 overall. Stanwood 0-6, 1-8.

Wesco South championships: Shorewood’s Jeff Jablonski and Kamiak’s Marc Rollins will meet in the singles championship, while Chris Minaker and Eli Shields of Edmonds-Woodway will play Vincent Ma and Steve McCall of Shorewood in the doubles final after semifinal wins Thursday.

Singles semifinals-Jablonski (Shorewood) def. Kim (Jackson), no set score reported; Rollins (Kamiak) def. Yuse (Edmonds-Woodway), 6-2, 4-6, 6-4. Singles quarterfinals-Jablonski def. Hirst (Edmonds-Woodway), 6-1, 6-1; Kim def. Mathews (Mountlake Terrace) , 6-4, 7-6 (7-5); Rollins def. Michelson (Shorewood), 6-4, 6-2; Yuss def. Lee (Kamiak), 6-0, 6-1. Singles consolation-Hirst def. Mathews, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4; Michelson def. Lee, 6-2, 2-6, 6-1. Doubles semifinals-Minaker-Shields (Edmonds-Woodway) def. Chong-Yee (Jackson), 4-6, 6-4, 7-5; Ma-McCall (Shorewood) def. Kory Pope-Kris Pope (Jackson), 6-3, 1-6, 7-5. Doubles consolation-Wadum-Pedersen (Shorecrest) def. Edwards-Larson (Shorewood), 6-0, 6-4; Busch-A. Yoon (Kamiak) def. Nelson-Heideman (Edmonds-Woodway), 6-3, 6-4.

Wesco North meet: Michael Carlson of Stanwood won his quarterfinal match before rain halted play. The tournament will continue today at Stanwood, weather permitting.

Singles quarterfinal-Carlson (Stanwood) def. Heinonen (Lake Stevens, 6-2, 6-1.

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