Everett beats Lake Stevens by 7

EVERETT -Erika Hornyak’s outside shooting and Elania Olson’s strong presence inside helped Everett beat Lake Stevens 66-59 Wednesday night in a non-conference game.

Hornyak, a sophomore, scored 19 points and made four of her five 3-pointers in the first half, when Everett took a 36-28 lead.

Olson scored 18 points and teammate Devonne Austin added 11 as Everett showed its strength from inside.

Monroe’s Mary Ochiltree and Kristina Shumacher each scored 11 points.

At Everett

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Lake Stevens-Ochiltree 11, Tri 2, Housden 7, Kruse 9, K. Fisher 3, Schumacker 11, Mace 4, Boehme 6, C. Fisher 6. Everett-Hornyak 19, Larsen 6, Crossen 6, Austin 11, Frauenholtz 2, Barquest 2, Seanoa 2, Olson 18. 3-point goals-Hornyak 5, Housden 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 44, Everett 34. Records-Lake Stevens 6-3 overall. Everett 5-1.

Snohomish 68, Issaquah 40: Snohomish outscored Issaquah 30-9 in the fourth quarter and advanced to the final round of the four-team O Boy! Oberto tournament. Sidney Benson scored 17 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, and the Emily Cassidy scored 14 points with 10 rebounds for Snohomish. Cassidy also held Issaquah’s leading scorer, Britney Bousher, to five points.

At Redmond


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Seaholm-Dascenzo 7, Shegi 5, Perrington 2, Bousher 5, Bue 9, Harns 12 Oak Harbor-Best 17, Henderson 8, Moore 8, Rathke 3, Benson 17, Nicholson 1, Cassidy 14 3-point goals-Dascenzo 1, Shegi 1, Harns 2, Best 2, Moore 1 Record-Snohomish 6-1.

Enumclaw 50, Cascade 42: Cascade led by two points after three quarters, but Enumclaw scored the last six points of the non-conference game. Gina Delos Reyes scored 10 of her 15 points in the second quarter for Cascade.

At Everett



Enumclaw-Pierce 5, Case 5, Clyde 5, Clark 3, Farabee 18, Rockwood 5, Francis 7, Klemann 2. Cascade-Owens 8, Gross 2, Morris 2, Delos Reyes 15, Power 6, Hansen, Hooks 9. 3-point goals-Pierce 1, Francis 1, Delos Reyes 2. Records-Cascade 1-6. Enumclaw unreported.

Franklin 51, Edmonds-Woodway 35: Domonique Darden scored a game-high 13 points for Franklin in its non-conference victory. Jessica Takara and Lindsey Bordeaux led Edmonds-Woodway with nine points each.

At Edmonds



Franklin-Darden 13, Francis 4, Ucol 3, Richardson 2, Valdez 6, Kirihara 7, Jones 2, Green 11, Jamerson 2, Mayeda 1. Edmonds-Woodway-Korpi 6, Takara 9, Gribble 3, Bordeaux 9, Lauber 8. 3-point goals-Darden 1, Korpi 2, Takara 1. JV score-Franklin def. Edmonds-Woodway.

Stanwood 61, Kamiak 55: Rachele Kloke scored 20 points to lead Stanwood. Ashley Vick scored a game-high 21 points for Kamiak.

At Mukilteo



Stanwood-Epperson 10, Kloke 20, Appleby 3, Hansen 8, Autai 2, Sudweeks 11, Amndsom 7. Kamiak-McKnight 12, Freise 2, Larsen 3, Vick 21, Bozek 14, Shedrick 3. 3-point goals-none.

Oak Harbor 45, Sehome 36: Heidi McNeill scored 20 points to lead Oak Harbor to the non-conference victory. Sehome missed all 19 field goal attempts in the fourth quarter.

At Oak Harbor


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Sehome-Smith 2, Iverson 4, M. Busch 7, Landsem 1, Hunter 3, L. Busch 7, Preston 12 Oak Harbor-McNeill 20, M. Smollack 4, Brundidge 8, K. Smollack 12, Russell 1 3-point goals-McNeill 1, Brundidge 2, K. Smollack 2, M. Busch 2, Preston 21 Record-Oak Harbor 2-6.

Cascade Christian 52, Lakewood Gold 43: Whitney Edgecomb’s 20 points led Cascade Christian to victory in the Cougar Holiday Classic championship game. Courtney Seiber, a junior guard, led Lakewood’s Gold squad (the team was split to make up for La Conner’s withdrawal from the tournament) with 14 points and seven steals.

At Lakewood

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Cascade Christian-Behrends 6, Coltom 8, Krebs 6, Washburn 4, Keil 2, Stadden 6, Edgecomb 20. Lakewood-Gamman 4, Seiber 14, Overman 6, Lind 8, Ekholm 11. 3-point goals-Coltom 1, Ekholm 1. JV score-winner score, loser score. Records-Cascade Christian 7-1, Lakewood 4-4.

Lakewood Varsity 42, Chimacum 37: Lakewood’s Laurie Bader scored a game-high 21 points and set a school record with five 3-point baskets in the Cougar Holiday Classic. Teammate Aley Stewart added five steals for Lakewood, which split its roster into two teams to make up for La Conner’s withdrawal.

At Lakewood



Chimacum-Monroe 6, Friedrich 5, Worley 4, Eldridge 11, Arey 7, K. Gale 4. Lakewood-Stewart 5, Bader 21, Walter 8, Avery 4, Ekholm 4. 3-point goals-Friedrich 1, Eldridge 1, Arey 1, Bader 5. Records-Chimacum 3-5, Lakewood 4-4.

Mount Vernon 52, Washington 20: Andrea Fine scored 13 points and Keisha Brown added 11 as Mount Vernon won its first game of the season at the South Sound Tournament at The Evergreen State College.

At Olympia

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Mount Vernon-Mugnos 2, Castillo 4, Brown 11, Verge 7, Schleppy 2, Fine 13, Bohn 6, Seiro 7. Washington-Jackson 6, O’Connor 8, Wik 6. 3-point goals-Brown 1, Seiro 1, Fine 1, O’Connor 2. Records-Mount Vernon 1-5, Washington 1-9.

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