Cascade wins thriller over Kamiak

Herald staff

MUKILTEO – Cascade’s Kayla Huss made seven of eight free throws in overtime to propel Cascade to a 68-63 victory over Kamiak Friday in the Western Conference 4A opener for both teams.

Kamiak’s Lindsay Page sent the game into overtime with a basket with two seconds left in the fourth quarter.

Huss and Page shared scoring honors with 30 points each.


Cascade-Huss 30, Lienhard 8, Adams 3, Sullivan 2, Selvidge 2, Anderson 16, Smoke 7. Kamiak-Larsen 11, Black 4, McDonnell 3, Petersen 6, Martin 2, Jenkins 1, Balch 2, Bothwell 4, Page 30. 3-point goals-Huss 5, Adams 1, Page 1. JV score-Kamiak 57, Cascade 38. Records-Cascade 1-0 in league, 4-0 overall. Kamiak 0-1, 2-1.

  • Oak Harbor 58, Mountlake Terrace 49: Valerie Hartman scored 21 points to lead the Wildcats to the Wesco 4A victory. Jen Mundt scored 13 for Mountlake Terrace.


    Mountlake Terrace

    13

    12

    9

    15

    49

    Oak Harbor

    18

    13

    14

    13

    58


    Mountlake Terrace-Bedwell 6, Everett 6, A. Giuffrida 2, Tiedtmann 1, S. Giuffrida 12, Logan 4, Mundt 13, Voetman 5. Oak Harbor-Bull 6, Hartman 21, Manibusan 14, King 4, Bratt 6, Armstrong 2, Spear 5. 3-point goals-Hartman 1, Manibusan 2, Spears 1. JV-Mountlake Terrace def. Oak Harbor. Records-Mountlake Terrace 0-1 league, 1-3 overall. Oak Harbor 1-0, 2-2.

  • Snohomish 47, Shorewood 41: Tiffany Speer led Snohomish to the Wesco 4A victory with 14 points. Freshman center Brenee Mullen, who was making her first career start, had 15 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots for Shorewood. She scored 10 of Shorewood’s 19 third-quarter points.


    Snohomish

    14

    13

    8

    12

    47

    Shorewood

    6

    8

    19

    8

    41


    Snohomish-Barstow 5, Staley 3, Hopkins 6, Juay 3, Markey 7, Thompson 1, Bailey 8, Speer 14. Shorewood-McCormack 9, Taylor 12, Borrow 4, Tribble 1, Mullen 15. 3-point goals-Taylor 1. JV-Snohomish def. Shorewood. Records-Snohomish 1-0 in league, 2-1 overall. Shorewood 0-1, 1-2.

  • Sehome 60, Shorecrest 52: In a Wesco 4A league game that featured 64 free-throws, Whitney Michiels scored 14 points for Shorecrest.


    Sehome

    8

    17

    17

    18

    60

    Shorecrest

    9

    17

    11

    15

    52


    Sehome-K. Weden 6, Zaremba 2, J. weden 9, Stevenson 10, Frey 1, Stienen 2, Crowley 5, McEvoy 13, Beaumont 12. Shorecrest-Dennis 4, Kirkness 9, Sullivan 3, Michiels 14, Martin 8, Cornejo 3, Lopez 4, Byrne 2, Boroughs 2, Moore 3. 3-point goals-Beaumont 2, McEvoy 1. JV score-Sehome 47, Shorecrest 41. Records-Sehome 1-0 in league, 2-2 overall. Shorecrest 0-1, 1-1.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 77, Mariner 43: Lisa Howell had 17 points, six rebounds, and three steals to lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco 4A victory. Amanda Kerr scored 20 points to lead the Marauders.


    Mariner

    12

    14

    7

    10

    43

    Marysville-Pilchuck

    19

    11

    21

    26

    77


    Mariner-Fowler 5, Richardson 6, Ley 2, Kerr 20, Burns 1, Huffman 2, Desimone 6, Moore 1. Marysville-Pilchuck-Kavaney 2, Bradley 3, Hopp 6, Howell 17, Deuce 3, Thomas 6, Zamora 10, Coverdale 7, Doolen 5, Smith 14, Roth 4. 3-point goals-Fowler 1, Richardson 2, Bradley 1, Deuce 1. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 71, Mariner 28. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 1-0 in league, 3-1 overall. Mariner 0-1, 1-3.

  • Stanwood 70, Ferndale 38: Tina Donahue scored 17 points, nine on 3-point goals, to lead Stanwood to the non-league victory.


    Ferndale

    9

    10

    7

    12

    38

    Stanwood

    14

    24

    15

    17

    70


    Ferndale-Brozovich 3, Jensen 4, Wiley 2, Mault 4, Dahl 3, Hoelzley 4, Turner 5, McAlpine 5, McCarrell 5, Clayton 3. Stanwood-Abrams 12, Amundson 6, Karlberg 8, C. Urness 9, Z. Urness 9, Beauchamp 3, Brook 6, Donahue 17. 3-point goals-Donahue 3, Brozovich 1, Jensen 1, Dahl 1, Turner 1. JV score-Ferndale 43, Stanwood 35. Records-Ferndale 0-4 overall. Stanwood 2-3.

  • Arlington 51, Mount Vernon 34: Christi Schepple scored 15 points and teammate Kayla Burt had 19 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Eagles to the non-conference victory.


    Mount Vernon

    9

    2

    10

    13

    34

    Arlington

    16

    13

    16

    6

    51


    Mount Vernon-G. Hayton 8, Burns 2, Lind 3, A. Hayton 6, Maricich 8, Rocha 3, Borden 4, Holden 1. Arlington-Pemnix 1, Schepple 15, Kenoyer 5, S. Cort 3, L. Cort 2, Burt 19, Elliott 4, Murdock 2. 3 point goals-Lind 1, Rocha 1, Schepple 3, Kenoyer 1, Burt 1. JV score-Mount Vernon 33, Arlington 31. Records-Mount Vernon 1-2 overall. Arlington 2-1.

  • Anacortes 78, Lynnwood 62: Molly Hunsinger scored 15 points to lead Lynnwood in the non-league game.


    Anacortes

    21

    22

    17

    18

    78

    Lynnwood

    14

    19

    13

    16

    62


    Anacortes-Hardy 13, Finch 5, Borlin 11, Breckenridge 4, Jermyn 5, Holm 10, Averill 12, Moore 18. Lynnwood-Chomos 10, Hunsinger 15, Pratt 2, Nash 11, Ayers 4, Filipo 5, Bronemann 5, Pitts 2, Quast 2, McGaughey 4, Owen 2. 3-point goals-Hunsinger 3 Bronemann 1, Borlin 1, Jermyn 1. JV-Anacortes def. Lynnwood. Records-Anacortes 3-1 overall. Lynnwood 1-3.

  • Monroe 56, Lynden 43: Monroe Freshman Che’ Oh scored 13 points to lead the Bearcats to the non-conference victory.


    Lynden

    9

    16

    7

    11

    43

    Monroe

    15

    13

    10

    18

    56


    Lynden-Burlingame 22, Victor 14, Kellett 4, Roorda 2, Bergsma 1. Monroe-Muhammad 13, Che’ Oh 13, Cia Oh 12, Curtis 8, Keck 4, Johnson 4, Kollrud 2. 3-point goals-Victor 3, Cia Oh 2, Burlingame 2, Muhammad 1. JV score-Monroe 54 Lynden 31. Records-Monroe 2-2 overall. Lynden 1-2.

  • Burlington-Edison 55, Jackson 40: Burlington-Edison got hot in the third quarter, expanding a two-point halftime lead to 14, in part because of a three-quarters of the floor length 3-point goal at the buzzer. Laura Freimuth led Jackson with 21 points.


    Burlington-Edison

    11

    10

    22

    12

    55

    Jackson

    9

    10

    10

    11

    40


    Burlington-Edison-Killburn 9, Petrzelka 5, warren 4, Dann 14, Doyle 3, Sewart 2, Schenk 3, Carabba 15. Jackson-Baller 2, Arango 2, Storm 1, McClenahan 3, Freimuth 21, Shadle 9, Eisinger 2. 3-point goals-McClenahan 1, Freimuth 1, Shadle 1, Petrzelka 1, Dann 2. JV-Burlington-Edison def. Jackson. Records-Burlington-Edison 3-1 overall., Jackson 1-4.

  • Everett 79, Sedro-Woolley 24: Sharon Bjella and Tracy Webber combined for 39 points, 10 assists and nine steals to lead Everett in the non-conference victory.


    Sedro-Woolley

    0

    8

    6

    10

    24

    Everett

    29

    12

    23

    15

    79


    Sedro-Woolley-Hyatt 8, Schiefelbein 7, Sandelin 3, Cheadle 2, Winters 2, Bisson 2. Everett-Webber 22, Bjella 17, Hill 13, Raab 11, Huth 5, Barton 5, Olson 5, Loesche 2. 3-point goals-Hill 1. JV-Everett def. Sedro-Woolley. Records-Everett 1-3 overall. Sedro-Woolley 0-5.

  • Lakewood 53, Sultan 38: Stephanie Anderson scored 12 points and had three 3-point goals to lead Lakewood to the North Cascades victory. Sultan’s Lola Nelson led all scorers with 14 points.


    Lakewood

    13

    12

    9

    19

    53

    Sultan

    11

    4

    14

    9

    38


    Lakewood-Black 10, S. Anderson 12, A. Anderson 10, McFarland 5, Steinborn 2, Karli. Guske 2, Ludington 2, Teasley 7, Kori Guske 3. Sultan-Nelson 14, Graham 4, Davenport 10, Cramer 4, Valdez 6. 3-point goals-Anderson 3, McFarland 1, Kori Guske 1. JV score-Lakewood 53, Sultan 29 Records-Lakewood 1-0 in league, 2-1 overall. Sultan 0-1, 1-2.

  • Archbishop Murphy 63, Chief Leschi 21: Archbishop Murphy jumped out to a 34-0 halftime lead en route to its 37th straight home victory.


    Chief Leschi

    0

    0

    11

    10

    21

    Archbishop Murphy

    20

    14

    18

    11

    63


    Chief Leschi-Rodriguez 10, Dillon 2, LaPounte 2, Bitsue 2, Markushitum 2, Barnes 2, Laugharn 1. Archbishop Murphy-Coate 10, Duval 9, Kr. Turner 8, Linscott 8, Terhar 7, Bookey 7, Furnas 6, Mathias 4, Reynolds 2, Lyons 2. 3-point goals-Rodriguez 2. JV-Archbishop Murphy defeated Chief Leschi. Records-Archbishop Murphy 3-0 overall. Chief Leschi 0-2.

  • Friday Harbor 34, Snohomish County Christian 30 OT: Friday Harbor outscored Snohomish County Christian 7-3 in overtime to win the non-conference game.


    Friday Harbor

    4

    6

    6

    11

    7-

    34

    Snohomish Co. Christian

    5

    8

    4

    10

    3-

    30


    Friday Harbor-Earley 13, Peterman 7, Percich 8, Brem 5, Carlton 1. Snohomish County Christian-S. Brekkaa 13, R. Brekkaa 5, Farnham 6, Tran 6. 3-point goals-R. Brekkaa 1. Records-Friday Harbor 2-2 overall. Snohomish County Christian 2-3.

  • Mount Vernon Christian 61, Coupeville 51: Brianne King scored 24 points for Coupeville in the non-conference game.


    Mount Vernon Christian

    11

    11

    15

    24

    61

    Coupeville

    11

    9

    9

    22

    51


    Mount Vernon Christian-Rouw 2, Braun 21, Orange 3, Vander Mulen 2, Annema 6, Cuipers 25, VanderKooy 2. Coupeville-Guillory 2, E. Young 5, Ellsworth-Bagby 10, Tucker 4, King 24, Shelly 1, Taylot 5. 3-point goals-E. Young 1, King 3. JV score-Coupeville 29, Mount Vernon Christian 23. Records-Mount Vernon Christian not reported. Coupeville 2-2.

  • University Prep 48, Grace Academy 43: Jamie Short scored 20 points for Grace Academy in the non-conference game.


    Grace Academy

    10

    8

    14

    11

    43

    University Prep

    14

    12

    8

    14

    48


    Grace Academy-Holt 9, Setzer 2, Jam. Short 20, Jac. Short 2, Howard 10. University Prep-Johnson 15, Harp 11, Saunderland 2, Lippitt 4, Dow 3, Feagle 4, Waylan 2, Geilkuke 2, Harris 5. Records-Grace Academy 3-1 overall. University Prep 3-0.

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