Everett boys use charity stripe to beat Marysville-Pilchuck, 83-72

Herald staff

EVERETT – Everett took advantage at the free throw line to defeat the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks 83-72 in a non-conference game.

Everett made 27 of 37 attemps from the foul line and outscored the Tomahawks 26-13 to come back from a 39-35 halftime deficit.

Junior center Sam Worthheimer scored 18 points, including 10-of-13 from the freethrow line and nine points in the fourth quarter. Vesma Sophan added 16 points and was 10-of-12 from the foul line.

“We picked it up defensivly in the third quarter,” assistant Everett coach Jim Anderson said. “It led to some fast break points.”

Marysville-Pilchuck came out hot and ready, outscoring the Seagulls 18-13 in the first quarter and taking a four-point halftime lead.

Charlie Soper scored 11 of his team-high 16 points in the first half to lead the Tomahawks. Teammate Nick Harris added eight points before half.

At halftime the Everett High School honored seven former coaches in various sports by inducting them into their Hall of Fame.


Marysville-Pilchuck-Siekawitch 6, C. Hinderman 4, Harris 14, Soper 16, Burman 5, Pittman 13, Fagan 2, Gill 6, B. Hinderman 6. Everett-Lee 11, Allison 8, Johnson 7, Sophan 16, Sievers 14, Moore 9, Worthheimer 18. 3-point goals-S, Harris 2, Soper 1, Pittman 2, Lee 2, Allison 1, Johnson 1. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 71, Everett 63. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 3-5 overall. Everett 5-2.

Anacortes 67, Monroe 48: Anacortes defeated the Bearcats in the non conference game. Mark Hammerquist and Brett Walsh led Monroe with seven points apiece


Anacortes

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22

8

21

67

Monroe

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9

18

15

48


Anacortes-Graham 5, Grossman 9, Birkle 19, Wing 1, Larkin 2, Giacalone 3, Robinson 8, Rhyne 20. Monroe-Sasser 5, M. Hammerquist 7, Walsh 7, Blair 2, Waite 5, E. Hammerquist 4, Lewis 6, Manthe 4, Snyder 6, Martin 2. 3-point goals-Walsh 1, Birkle 2, Robinson 2. JV score-Anacortes def. Monroe. Records-Anacortes 5-3 overall. Monroe 1-8.

Mountlake Terrace 75, Roosevelt 55: Ryan Webb had high-game honors with 22 points and teammate Sean Garin added 20 to lead the Hawks to the victory over Roosevelt at the Edmonds School District Holiday Tournament. MLT will play against O’Dea at 7 p.m. tonight for the championship.


Roosevelt

13

14

14

14

55

Mountlake Terrace

18

19

18

20

75


Roosevelt-Morris 14, Delfierro 2, D. Grant 2, Nichols 6, Hamilton 2, Chevingy 2, J. Grant 15, Williams 12. MLT-Preciado 2, Stiel-Williams 6, Webb 22, Christianson 2, Garin 20, Boxley 11, Boskovic 7, Gibbs 3, Craig 2. 3-point goals-Stiel-Williams 1, Webb 2, Garin 1, Nichols 1. JV score-MLT 71, Roosevelt 43. Records-MLT 5-2 overall. Roosevelt 3-4.

Granite Falls 55, La Conner 45: Alex Emery scored 13 points and pulled down a game-high 15 points as Granite Falls won the non-conference game. Teammate Tyler Otis also scored 13 points.


La Conner

15

8

13

9

45

Granite Falls

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12

17

15

55


La Conner-Decker 15, .Hinton 8, Keel 3, Edwards 7, Dan 8, Hagen 4. Granite Falls-Strimple 11, Willard 5, Bazan 4, Nelson 2, Mullins 7, Otis 13, Emery 13. 3-point goals-Edwards 1. JV score-La Conner def. Granite Falls. Records-Granite Falls 2-6 overall. La Conner 4-4.

Lakewood 84, Sammamish JV 64: Lakewood received a game-high 25 points and 12 rebounds from Jake Poeschel as the Cougars defeated Sammamish’s JV squad in the championship game of the 5th annual Lakewood Holiday tournament. Teammate Bret Landman added 15 points and was named the tournament MVP.

Klahowya defeated Concrete in the 3rd-4th place consolation game. Lakewood’s JV squad also claimed the JV tournament title by defeating Sammamish’s C team.


Sammamish JV

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12

13

22

64

Lakewood

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28

17

20

84


Sammamish JV-Bones 6, Wick 5, Judd 1, Estill 13, Bradburn 9, Bright 8, Stickney 12, Clayton 2, Han 8. Lakewood-Star 12, Landman 15, Barker 6, Olson 7, Rocha 4, Gamman 4, Montgomery 2, Boe 5, Nelson 4, Poeschel 25. 3-point goals-Wick 1, Bradburn, Landman 2, Boe 1.

Fife 67, Arlington 51: Michael Klein scored a team-high 19 points in Arlington’s non-league loss.


Fife

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27

67

Arlington

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51


Fife-McGrath 3, Bjorn 2, Crossley 6, DeLong 27, Reed 10, Eliott 4, Hunter 15. Arlington-Bourasaw 8, Luce 6, Jefferson 4, McCormack 10, Klein 19, Newell 4. 3-point goals-Luce, McGrath, DeLong 2. JV score-Arlington defeated Fife. Records-Fife 8-0 overall. Arlington 4-4.

Kent Meridian 63, Shorewood 50: Trent Kristjansen scored 16 points for Shorewood in the non-league game. Shorewood will next host cross town rival Shorecrest on Thurday.


Shorewood

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16

50

Kent Meridian

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20

19

13

63


Shorewood-Bernhard 5, Styles 3, Hooper 6, Yim 8, Garcia 6, Kristjansen 16, Tracey 4, Mathsen 2. Kent Meridian-Ellis 6, Montgomery 2, Cobbs 1, Issac 13, Balland 6, Shepard 2, Sylban 33. 3-point goals-Issac 3, Stiles 1, Hooper 1, Kristjansen 2. JV score-Kent Merdian def. Shorewood. Records-Shorewood 2-5 overall. Kent Meridian 5-4.

Orcas Island 76, Mount Vernon Christian 49: Jordan Gage scored 19 points to lead Orcas Island to a 27-point non-conference victory. Orcas Island more than doubled its halftime lead from 12 points to 25 after three quarters of play. Arlen Plaister and Josh Gage added 11 points for Orcas Island.


Mt. Vernon Christian

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15

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49

Orcas Island

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15

21

19

76


MVC– Middleton 4, DeBoer 4, Vanderark 4, Boze 10, Vanderkooy 11, Visser 7, Vandenbosch 2, Lanting 7. Orcas– Kimple 5, Plaister 11, Josh Gage 11, Sasan 8, Cline 10, Clark 10, Jordan Gage 19, Parkerson 2. 3-point goals– Middleton, Kimple, Josh Gage, Sasan, Clark 2. Records– Mt. Vernon Christian 0-0 in league, 2-8 overall. Orcas Island 0-0, 3-0.

Lakewood 79, Concrete 56: Five players scored in double figures to lead Lakewood to a 23-point victory during the Cougar Classic. Mark Star and Bret Lamdman each scored 14 points to led the group, followed by 12 points from Bryce Barker and Jake Poeschel and 10 points from Garrick Olson.


Concrete

10

15

8

23

56

Lakewood

22

17

22

18

79


Concrete-Boerner 3, McAdam 20, Hoover 7, McCrea 2, Woodworth 9, Martin 2, Aldridge 3, Schoolland 10. LW– Star 14, Lamdman 14, Barker 12, Olson 10, Roacha 9, Montgomery 2, Bo 4, Nelson 2, Poeschel 12. 3-point goals– Boerner, Hoover, Star 2, Records– Concrete 0-0 in league, 0-7 overall. Lakewood 3-2, 5-2.

Shoreline Christian 71, Sunnyside Christian 70: Shoreline Christian shocks No. 1 B school Sunnyside Christian in the Oak Leaf Classic. Junior forward Garth Brandal made an 8-foot turnaround jumper in the key with 22 seconds to give Shoreline Christian the first round victory.

Brandal had a career high 33 points with 21 coming in the second half to lead the comeback out scoring Sunnyside Christian 43 to 31 in the second half.

Sunnyside Christian jumped out to a 39-28 halftime lead. Sunnyside Christian was without two-time state B-League MVP junior Lance Denboer.

Shoreline Christian will next face N0. 9 Evergreen Lutheran in the Finals at 5.p.m. today. Evergreen Lutheran beat Bush in the first round 58 to 54.


Sunnyside Christian

27

12

14

17

70

Shoreline Christian

13

15

20

23

71


Sunnyside Christian-Wallice 4, Merryman 14, Bounds 18, Haak 10, Hughes 11, Berry 13. Shoreline Christian-Gunderson 2, Dennis 5, Ching 6, Prins 2, Womelsduff 7, Brandal 33, Broekhuis 16. 3-point goals-Bounds 6, Dennis 1, Ching 1, Wommelsduff 1, Broekhuis 2. Records-Sunnyside Christian 8-1 overall. Shoreline Christian 5-4.

Kentridge 38, Cascade 41: Alyssa Smoke scored a game-high 17 points including three 3-point goals to lead the Bruins to the non-conference victory. Cascade rallied to outscore Kentridge by nine in the second half after being down by six at halftime.


Kentridge

8

9

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10

38

Cascade

7

4

15

15

41


Kentridge-Lacock 8, Sommerman 6, Kuolt 2, Patterson 2, Robinson 9, Jordan 4, Hall 3, Schillinger 2, Velonza 2. Cascade-Adams 2, Eide 5, Auckland 6, Sullivan 9, Anderson 2, Smoke 17. 3-point goals-Lacock 1, Sullivan 2, Smoke 3. JV score-Cascade def. Kentridge. Records-Kentridge 6-2 overall. Cascade 6-2.

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