Donahue helps Spartans roll by Lynnwood, 64-45

Herald staff

STANWOOD – Senior Tina Donahue was a one-woman wrecking crew as Stanwood defeated Lynnwood 64-45 in a Western Conference 3A game on Friday night.

The senior had 22 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, four steals and five blocked shots for the Spartans.

Donahue, along with senior Paige Leatherman, scored 16 of the 22 points that Stanwood scored in the third quarter. The Spartans led 31-25 at 6:34 of the third quarter, “then we ran away with it,” said Stanwood coach Tod Klundt. That was the decisive quarter.”


Lynnwood-Chomos 7, Ayers 9, Quast 3, Hunsinger 3, McGaughey 6, Filipo 7, Nash 7, Pitts 3. Stanwood-Abrams 8, Amundson 6, Karlberg 4, Buckholz 3, Leaterman 12, C. Urness 7, Z. Urness 2, Donahue 22. 3-point goals-Buckholz 1, Leatherman 2, Quast 1, Hunsinger 1. JV-Stanwood def. Lynnwood. Records-Stanwood 2-0 in league, 5-3 overall. Lynnwood 0-2, 1-5.

  • Lake Stevens 46, Arlington 29: Chelsey Holloway scored 22 points on 9-for-11 shooting from the field, had four blocked shots and captured 10 rebounds for the Vikings in their Wesco 3A victory. Kayla Burt led Arlington, which shot 15.7 percent from the field (8-for-51), with 20 points.


    Lake Stevens

    12

    10

    11

    13

    46

    Arlington

    4

    12

    6

    7

    29


    Lake Stevens-Baldwin 5, Carbonatto 2, Cooper 2, Bay 10, Todd 5, Holloway 22. Arlington-Penix 4, Schepple 3, Tomsin 2, Burt 20. 3-point goals-Burt 3, Schepple 1, Todd 1. JV-Lake Stevens def. Arlington. Records-Lake Stevens 1-1 in league, 5-1 overall. Arlington 1-1, 3-2.

  • Shorecrest 64, Oak Harbor 41: The Scots got off to a 44-15 lead at the end of the first half of the Wesco 4A game and never looked back. Jamie Kirkness led Shorecrest with 12 points and five steals. Marci Manebusin led the Wildcats with 11 points on three 3-point goals.


    Oak Harbor

    8

    7

    14

    12

    41

    Shorecrest

    20

    24

    14

    6

    64


    Oak harbor-Bull 2, Hartman 9, Manebusin 11, King 7, Bratt 2, Armstrong 6, White 2, Spears 2. Shorecrest-Dennis 6, Kirkness 12, Sullivan 5, Michiels 10, Martin 6, Lopez 7, Byrne 1, Osuna 7, Burroughs 5, Moore 5. 3-point goals-Hartman 1, Manebusin 3, Sullivan 1, Burroughs 1. JV-Oak Harbor def. Shorecrest. Records-Shorecrest 1-2 in league, 2-2 overall. Oak Harbor 2-1, 3-3.

  • Cascade 59, Mountlake Terrace 55: Kayla Huss scored 21 points for the Bruins, while Diane Bedwell scored 18 for the Hawks in Wesco 4A action.


    Cascade

    15

    19

    12

    13

    59

    Mountlake Terrace

    14

    8

    15

    18

    55


    Cascade-Huss 21, Lienhard 11, Anderson 9, Smoke 8, Sullivan 7, Baines 2, Selvidge 1. Mountlake Terrace-Bedwell 18, Logan 10, Mundt 9, Everett 5, Tiedeman 5, Voetmann 4, Mills 2, Leer 2. 3-point goals-Huss 3, Tiedeman 1.JV score- Mountlake Terrace 45, Cascade 28. Records-Cascade 3-0 in league, 6-0 overall. Mountlake Terrace 0-3, 1-5.

  • Snohomish 63, Mariner 37: Tiffany Speer scored 21 points to lead the Panthers to the Wesco 4A victory. Amanda Kerr scored 13 for the Marauders.


    Snohomish

    16

    17

    14

    16

    63

    Mariner

    7

    14

    9

    7

    37


    Snohomish-Cornwell 6, Staley 5, Hopkins 7, Judy 5, Markey 8, Thompson 2, Mock 6, Bailey 3, Speer 21. Mariner-Moore 7, Fowler 3, Desimone 8, Richardson 6, Kerr 13. 3-point goals-Cornwell 2, Staley 1, Hopkins 1, Judy 1, Markey 2, Speer 1, Richardson 2. JV score-Snohomish 58, Mariner 29. Records-Snohomish 3-0 in league, 4-1 overall. Mariner 0-3, 2-5.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 64, Shorewood 42: Bibiana Ancheta scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco 4A victory.


    Shorewood

    10

    8

    14

    10

    42

    Marysville-Pilchuck

    13

    15

    15

    21

    64


    Shorewood-Taylor 20, McCormick 13, Miller 2, Mullen 2, Borrow 2, Valadez 2. Marysville-Pilchuck-Ancheta 18, Smith 10, Duce 8, Zamora 6, Coverdale 4, Roth 4, Howell 5, Bradely 3, Hopp 2, Doolen 2. 3-point goals-Valadez 1, Taylor 1. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 57, Shorewood 39. Records-Shorewood 0-2 in league, 0-4 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 3-0, 6-1.

  • Lakewood 47, South Whidbey 44: Lakewood’s Stephanie Anderson hit three 3-point goals and scored 11 points to lead the Cougars to a North Cascades Conference victory.


    South Whidbey

    8

    10

    12

    14

    44

    Lakewood

    5

    11

    14

    17

    47


    South Whidbey-Robinson 8, Gutzmer 10, Watson 2, Poolman 2, Wick 18, Johnson 4. Lakewood-Black 4, S. Anderson 11, A. Anderson 7, McFarland 9, Steinborn 2, Guske 2, Ludington 1, Teasley 8, Matson 3. 3-point goals-S. Anderson 3. JV score-Lakewood 46, South Whidbey 44. Records-Lakewood 3-3 overall, 2-2 in league. South Whidbey 3-3, 2-2.

  • Master’s Touch 55, Grace Academy 49: Sisters Heather and Brianna Findlay combined for 23 points to lead Master’s Touch to a non-conference victory.


    Grace Academy

    16

    11

    11

    11

    49

    Master’s Touch

    16

    14

    11

    14

    55


    Grace Academy-Jamie Short 15, Holzkeneck 5, T. Howard 12, C. Howard 4, Setzer 2, Calvin 3, Jacie Short 4, Holt 4. Master’s Touch-H. Findlay 14, Brown 6, B. Findlay 9, Vanderpool 21, Turner 5. 3-point goals-Holzkeneck 1, Howard 2, Vanderpool 5, B. Findlay 1. Records-Master’s Touch 4-1 overall. Grace Academy 3-3.

  • Shoreline Christian 63, Neah Bay 50: Kate Nudelman scored 19 points and had seven steals and Danielle Van Hal scored 16 points and had 14 rebounds to lead Shoreline Christian to the non-league victory.


    Shoreline Christian

    18

    9

    20

    14

    63

    Neah Bay

    16

    7

    11

    16

    50


    Shoreline Christian-Nudelman 19, Nelson 8, Hodges 5, Madison, Van Hal 16, Duncan 1, DeYager 2. Neah Bay-R. Denney 4, Danaye Denney 2, Danielle Denney 2, Svec 6, Greene 1, Venske 14, Jarrett 21. 3-point goals-Jarrett 3. Records-Shoreline Christian 5-2 overall. Neah Bay 2-5.

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