Everett hands Lynnwood first Wesco South loss

Herald staff

EVERETT – Last week, Everett volleyball captain Emily Olson spent an evening scouting the Lynnwood Royals (3-1 in league, 5-4 overall). Last night, her intelligence gathering mission paid off when the Seagulls (3-1, 5-3) knocked off the previously undefeated Royals 3-2 in a seesaw 15-7, 11-15, 15-11, 11-15, 15-7 Western Conference South Division match.

Olson’s preparation combined with other factors to catapault the Seagulls into a first-place tie in the league standings according to head coach Heather Burglund.

“We won the Lake Stevens tournament on Saturday. That gave us a new found confidence,” said Burglund. “We had strong, smart hitting”.

Olson, returning for a second year as the Everett setter, had an outstanding match with 38 assists and 38 digs. Her sister, Elaina, contributed 11 kills. Morgan Bagge had 15 kills to lead the Seagulls. Shannon Ulrich had 12.

Lynnwood, led by the 21 kills and 28 digs of Jenna Huston and 39 assists of Tricia Bartlett, stumbled in the opening set to the Seagulls. Burglund felt that set was critical to her team’s win.

“We needed that one,” said Burglund. “This was our toughest match and that was a good start. We were glad to get it.”

Lynnwood bounced back in the second set, setting the pattern for the remainder of the match as the teams traded sets.

The win was critical to Everett’s playoff fortunes as a 4A school being chased by Edmonds-Woodway, Kamiak and Mountlake Terrace in the division standings. For Lynnwood, playing in the 3A classification, the loss, while painful, should have little effect on its playoff seeding.

Mountlake Terrace 3, Meadowdale 0: At Meadowdale H.S., Kelsey Voetmann and Rachel Galbraith combined for 25 kills in Mountlake Terrace’s 15-5, 15-11, 17-15 Wesco South victory. Mountlake Terrace improved to 3-1 in league and 6-3 overall. Meadowdale is 1-3 and 4-5.

Jackson 3, Mariner 0: At Mariner H.S., Jackson (2-2 league, 5-4 overall) picked up a straight-sets Wesco South win 15-1, 15-13, 15-4 over Mariner (0-4, 1-6). Christine Lee was 19-for-20 for Jackson from the service stripe. Sarah Fitzgerald had 10 digs for Mariner.

Snohomish 3, Stanwood 0: At Snohomish H.S., Snohomish needed five games to get past Stanwood (2-2 in league, 8-2 overall) 13-15, 16-14, 12-15, 16-14, 16-14 in a Wesco North match. Megan Silver had six blocks and nine kills as Snohomish improved to 3-0 and 9-0.

Cascade 3, Arlington 0: At Arlington, H.S., Cascade (2-1 league, 6-2 overall) swept Arlington 16-14, 15-11, 15-13 in a Wesco North match. LuAnn Anderson had 11 kills and 13 digs for the visiting Bruins. Maureen Peper had five kills and seven digs for the host Eagles (0-4, 0-10) while Ashley Studerus had six blocks.

Lake Stevens 3, Mount Vernon 1: At Lake Stevens H.S., Erin Sherard had 29 assists to help rally Lake Stevens (2-1 in league, 3-6 overall) to a 7-15, 15-3, 15-13, 17-15 Wesco North win. The Vikings’ Heather Favorite served 19-for-19 and Katie Holloway had nine blocks and seven kills. Mount Vernon is 1-3, 1-8.

Mount Baker 3, Lakewood 1: At Mount Baker H.S., Jenelle O’Brien had eight kills and teammate Reanne Davis had six blocks to lead Mount Baker (2-2 in league, 3-7 overall) to the 15-10, 15-13, 15-17, 15-10 North Cascades victory. Lakewood is 0-4, 2-8.

Granite Falls 3, Sultan 0: At Granite Falls H.S., Ashley Quinn had 10 assists and five kills while helping Granite Falls (3-0 in league, 7-2 overall) to a three-game North Cascades sweep, winning 15-3, 15-6, 15-6. Sultan is 0-4, 0-10.

South Whidbey 3, Blaine 0: At South Whidbey H.S., Lauren Johnson served up 11 assists for the Falcons, while teammate Katy McGillen delivered nine kills. Melissa Poolman and Jenny Saephan each had five kills to help lead South Whidbey over the Borderites 15-2, 15-0, 14-16, 15-1 in a North Cascades Conference match. The Falcons improved to 3-1 in league play and 7-3 overall, while Blaine is 0-3, 2-7.

Coupeville 3, Archbishop Murphy 2: At Archbishop Murphy H.S., Coupeville walked away with a close victory in the Northwest A League match that saw games of 15-8, 15-4, 14-16, 2-15, 15-17. For the Wildcats, Molly Reynolds had 23 assists; Lauren Coate 19 kills, 21 digs and 12 blocks, and Kristen Linscott had 10 kills, 24 digs and seven blocks. Coupeville improved to 5-0 in league and 6-1 overall. Archbishop Murphy is 1-4, 1-7.

Darrington 3, Grace Academy 0: At Grace Academy, the Loggers blanked the Eagles 15-0 in three consecutive games of Northwest B action thanks to the help of Becky Nations and Laura Wilson, who combined for 29-for-30 serving with 16 aces. The win improved Darrington’s record to 5-1 in league and 8-1 overall, while the Lions are 0-5, 0-5.

Lopez 3, Shoreline Christian 0: At Lopez H.S., Lopez (6-0 league, 10-2 overall) downed Shoreline Christian (2-2, 3-2) in straight sets, 15-7, 16-14, 16-14 in a Northwest B contest. Lopez was led by the 13-for-13 serving of Alena Marshak and the 16-for-17 serving of Megan McCoy.

Cascade 4, Arlington 0: A pair of first-half goals by Katie Sadler helped Cascade secure its 10th Wesco North victory.

Lake Stevens 2, Mount Vernon 1: Mount Vernon jumped off to a 1-0 lead in the 55th minute on a Wendy Hugo goal off a corner kick. Lake Stevens came back seven minutes later to tie the Wesco North game on the first of two Melissa Clark goals for the Vikings.

Goals-Mount Vernon: Hugo. L:ake Stevens: Clark 2. Goalkeepers-Mount Vernon: Leonard. Lake Stevens: Todd. Records-Mount Vernon: 5-7 in division, 5-7 overall. Lake Stevens: 6-4-1, 6-4-1.

Snohomish 4, Stanwood 0: Courtney Nelson headed the ball into the back of the net off one of Lindsey Kihm’s two assists to lead Snohomish to the Wesco North victory.

Goals-Snohomish: Schneider, Nelson, Goodman, Riley. Goalkeepers-Stanwood: Brown, Adkins. Snohomish: Cornwell, Jamsgard. Records-Stanwood: 3-9 in division, 3-9 overall. Snohomish: 8-2-1, 8-2-1.

Monroe 5, Oak Harbor 2: Shaelynn Brown continued her torrid scoring for Monroe, scoring four first-half goals as the Bearcats won a Wesco North game. Mindy Lyski picked up the other Monroe goal and Teresa Fish recorded the shutout in goal. Gretyl Pruss scored both Oak Harbor goals.

Goals-Oak Harbor: Pruss 2. Monroe: Lyski, Brown 4. Goalkeepers-Oak Harbor: unreported. Monroe: Fish. Records-Oak Harbor: 7-4-1 in division, 7-4-1 overall. Monroe: 6-5-1, 6-5-1.

Jackson 7, Mariner O: Jessica Shadle scored three goals and two assists for the Timberwolves before making a save tending goal later in the Wesco South game against Mariner.

Goals-Jackson: Mitchell, Shadle 3, Baller, Calderon, Oung. Goalkeepers-Jackson: Shropshire, Shadle. Mariner: Dansen, Smith. Records-Jackson: 3-1 in division, 5-4-1 overall. Mariner: 1-3, 1-7-1.

Shorewood 1, Edmonds-Woodway 1: Kathrine Luenella of Shorewood and Maddie Forest of Edmonds-Woodway provided the only scores of the night as the Wesco South game ended in a tie.

Goals-Shorewood: Luenella. Edmonds-Woodway: Forest. Goalkeepers-Shorewood: Dillo, Williams. Edmonds-Woodway: Hamilton. Records-Shorewood: 3-0-1 in division, 7-1-2 overall. Edmonds-Woodway: 3-0-1, 10-0-1.

Meadowdale 1, Mountlake Terrace O OT: Kelsey Neagel scored for the Mavericks in the 84th minute of a tight Wesco South contest.

Goals-Meadowdale: Neagel. Goalkeepers-Meadowdale: Wirtala. Mountlake Terrace: Everett. Records-Mountlake Terrace: 0-4 in division, 2-6-1 overall. Meadowdale: 3-0-1, 7-2-1.

Shorecrest 1, Kamiak 0: Shorecrest remained undefeated in Wesco South play thanks to Katie Lemon, who scored the game’s only goal just before half time.

At Shoreline Stadium

Goals-SC: Lemon. Goalkeepers-SC: Barnes. Kamiak: Kresbach. Records-Kamiak 1-3 in league, 5-3-2 overall. Shorecrest 3-0-1, 6-2-1.

Everett 2, Lynnwood 2: Sarah Owens scored both goals for Lynnwood and Kate Stipech and Anne Zahalka each scored for the Seagulls in a Wesco South tie.

Goals-Lynnwood: Owens 2. Everett: Stipech, Zahalka. Goalkeepers-Lynnwood: not reported. Everett: not reported. Records-Lynnwood: 0-3-1 in division, 3-8-1 overall. Everett: 0-3-1, 1-7-2.

South Whidbey 4, Lynden Christian 0: Hannah McCabe put one into the back of the net and assisted on two goals to lead South Whidbey to the North Cascades victory.

Goals-South Whidbey: McCabe, Schmidt 2, Gutzmer. Goalkeepers-South Whidbey: Horn, Riggs. Lynden Christian: Kooy. Records-South Whidbey: 7-4 in division, 7-4 overall. Lynden Christian: 2-8, 2-8.

Sultan 2, Blaine 0: Stephanie Savalesky scored Sultan’s first goal and assisted on the second. Both teams entered the match with an 8-2 record in the North Cascades. Sultan’s win moves it into second place, one game behind Meridian.

Goals-Sultan: Savalesky, Axtman. Goalkeepers-Sultan: Kramer, Blaine: Robertson. Records-Sultan: 9-2 in division, 9-2 overall. Blaine: 8-3, 8-3.

Meridian 6, Lakewood 0: Sisters Katie and Jennifer Johnson combined to score all six Meridian goals as it remained atop the North Cascades Conference.

Goals-Meridian: K. Johnson 4, J. Johnson 2. Goalkeepers-Meridian: Noel. Lakewood: Ludington. Records-Meridian: 10-1-0 in division, 10-1-0 overall. Lakewood: 4-7-0, 4-7-0.

Archbishop Murphy 4, Seattle Christian 1: Kat Taylor scored three goals to lead Archbishop Murphy to a non-conference win.

Goals-Archbishop Murphy: Taylor 3, Linscott. Seattle Christian: Santie. Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Bourke, Krell. Seattle Christian: Hubeek. Records-Archbishop Murphy: 6-1-1 overall. Seattle Christian not reported.

Archbishop Murphy 7, Shoreline Christian 0: Luke Hagel had a hat trick for Archbishop Murphy and teammate David Wilcox added two goals in the Northwest A/B game.

Goals-Archbishop Murphy: Hagel 3, Wilcox 2, Carlton, Hewitt. Goalkeepers-Shoreline Christian: Kaemingk. Archbishop Murphy: O’Neill, Weddle. Records-Shoreline Christian: 3-2-0 in division, 5-5-1 overall. 4-1-0, 7-3-0.

Lopez 4, Grace Academy 2: Juan Villezquez scored three second-half goals to bring Lopez back from a 2-0 halftime deficit in the Nothwest A/B League triumph.

Goals-Lopez: Villezquez 3, Grube. Grace Academy: Short, Harmon. Goalkeepers-Lopez: Walvatne. Grace Academy: Lugg. Records-Lopez: 1-3 in division, 1-5 overall. Grace Academy: 2-2, 6-4.

Kamiak 147, Lynnwood 27: Amy Daybert won the 100- and 200-yard freestyle races to lead Kamiak to the Wesco South victory.

200 medley relay-Kamiak (White, George, Buike, Singer) 2:22.90; 200 freestyle-Daybert (K) 2:30.33; 200 individual medley-White (K) 2:44.33; 50 freestyle-Singer (K) 30.56; Diving-Johnson (K) 114.75; 100 butterfly-Lueth (K) 1:30.27; 100 freestyle-Daybert (K) 1:08.85; 500 freestyle-Buike (K) 6:47.89; 200 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Black, White, Schmitz, Anderson) 2:05.08; 100 backstroke-Donnelly (K) 1:16.71; 100 breaststroke-George (K) 1:21.41; 400 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Buike, DeLeon, Lueth, Black) 4:42.49. Records-Lynnwood 0-5 league, 0-6 overall. Kamiak 5-0, 6-0.

Shorewood 128, Shorecrest 59: Belinda Ho helped Shorewood to a Wesco 4A South victory by winning two individual events. Shorecrest’s Erin Jacobson also captured two individual events and helped her team win the 200-yard freestyle relay.

200 medley relay-Shorewood (Maryatt, Benson, Hoffman, Johnstun) 2:04.49; 200 freestyle-Moorman (SW) 2:07.91; 200 individual medley-Ho (SW) time; 2:34.42; 50 freestyle-Jacobson (SC) 26:73; Diving-Bernhard (SW) 179.30; 100 butterfly-McCaul (SW) 1:12.36; 100 freestyle-Jacobson (SC) 1:00.09; 500 freestyle-Ho (SW) 6:05.85; 200 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (Jacobson, Magnusson, Ellert, Shdo) 1:51.41; 100 backstroke-Benon (SW) 1:07.86; 100 breaststroke-Johnstun (SW) 1:18.56; 400 freestyle relay-(SW) (Moorman, Hoffman, Hartman, Depooli) 2:14.49. Records-Shorewood 6-0 league, 8-0 overall. Shorecrest 2-3,4-3.

Edmonds-Woodway 129, Mariner 45: Senior Davy Swenson and her freshman sister Heather each won an individual event for Edmonds-Woodway in the Wesco South meet. Davy was victorious in the 50-yard freestyle and Heather won the 500 freestyle event.

200 medley relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Pletz, Spillman, H. Swenson, D. Swenson) 2:07.50; 200 freestyle-Hall (E-W) 2:11.94; 200 individual medley-Crawford (E-W) 2:38.20; 50 freestyle-D. Swenson (E-W) 26.59; Diving-Baker (M) 0 points; 100 butterfly-Crawford (E-W) 1:10.56; 100 freestyle-Spillman (E-W) 56.84; 500 freestyle-H. Swenson (E-W) 6:10.23; 200 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Craigin, Lindquist, Hall, Bersano) 1:58.04; 100 backstroke-Knoll (E-W) 1:17.47; 100 breaststroke-Quick (E-W) 1:18.97; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (D. Swenson, Vlasic, Mauber, Spillman) 3:57.33. Records-Mariner: 1-5 in division, 3-6 overall. Edmonds-Woodway: 2-3, 3-3.

Jackson 94, Meadowdale 89: Jackson’s Stephanie Aasland swam a state qualifying time of 55.49 in the 100-yard freestyle and Sarah Earling of Meadowdale qualified for state in the 500 freestyle at the Wesco South meet.

200 medley relay-Jackson (Hardy, Rogers, Wang, Aasland) 1:58.50*; 200 freestyle-Aasland (J) 2:00.09; 200 individual medley-Storey (M) 2:20.21; 50 freestyle-Johnson (M) 26.59; Diving-Zsnek (M) 149.40 points; 100 butterfly-Hill (M) 1:02.60; 100 freestyle-Aasland (J) 55.49*; 500 freestyle-Earling (M) 5:26.89*; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Hardy, Wang, Marolla, Aasland) 1:48.84; 100 backstroke-Hardy (J) 1:06.84; 100 breaststroke-Rogers (J) 1:11.62; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Hill, Johnson, Earling, Storey) 3:53.41*. Records-Jackson: 5-1 in division, 7-1 overall. Meadowdale: 2-3, 4-3.

*State meet qualifying time.

Mountlake Terrace 99, Sedro-Woolley 32: In their second non-conference victory, the Hawks won big over the Cubs. Mountlake Terrace now has an even overall record at 4-4.

200 medley relay– Mountlake Terrace (Nick, Burleigh, Connelly, Yost) 2:09.49; 200 freestyle-Eilert (Sedro Woolley) 2:30.76; 200 individual medley-not held; 50 freestyle-Yost (Mountlake Terrace) 28.67; Diving-not held; 100 butterfly-Eilert (Sedro Woolley) 1:15.55; 100 freestyle-not held; 500 freestyle-Nick (Mountlake Terrace) 6:22.73; 200 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Blanchard, Mott, Connelly, Morrison) 2:02.77; 100 backstroke-DeAguiar (Mountlake Terrace) 1:25.4; 100 breaststroke-Mountlake Terrace (Burleigh) 1:23.26; 400 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Connelly, Andrews, Yost, Nick) 4:26.87. Records-Mountlake Terrace 4-4 overall. Sedro Woolley not reported.

Mountlake Terrace 102, Burlington-Edison 66: The Hawks overwhelmed their non-conference opponent. Sam Nick and Dannelle Yost each won an individual event and swam on two winning relay teams.

200 medley relay– Mountlake Terrace (Nick, Burleigh, Connelly, Yost) 2:09.49; 200 freestyle-Andrews (Mountlake Terrace) 2:28.72; 200 individual medley-Thomas (Burlington-Edison) 2:25.86; 50 freestyle-Yost (Mountlake Terrace) 28.67; Diving-not held; 100 butterfly-Banks (Burlington-Edison) 1:11.02; 100 freestyle-Thomas (Burlington-Edison) 58.21; 500 freestyle-Nick (Mountlake Terrace) 6:22.73; 200 freestyle relay-Burlington-Edison (Carpenter, Banks, Thomas, Padgett) 1:58.18; 100 backstroke-DeAguiar (Mountlake Terrace) 1:25.4; 100 breaststroke-Banks (Burlington-Edison) 1:16.59; 400 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Connelly, Andrews, Yost, Nick) 4:26.87. Records-Mountlake Terrace 4-4 overall. Burlington-Edison not reported.

Lake Stevens 100, Everett 86: The Vikings took eight of the 14 events in the Wesco North meet. Tara Howes and Mani Hozail were instrumental in Lake Stevens’ victory. Howes won the 500-yard freestyle, Hozail won the 100 and 200 freestyle races and the pair swam on two winning relay teams.

200 medley relay-Everett (Carpenter, Sutherland, Ingalls, Crawford) 2:12.2; 200 freestyle-Hozail (Lake Stevens) 2:15.01; 200 individual medley-Sutherland (Everett) 2:24.34; 50 freestyle-Crawford (Everett) 28.34; Diving-Graham (Everett) 141.7; 100 butterfly-Sutherland (Everett) 1:08.1; 100 freestyle-Hozail (Lake Stevens) 1:01.12; 500 freestyle-Howes (Lake Stevens) 6:08.27; 200 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (O’banion, Schreiber, Howes, Hozail) time; 100 backstroke-Carpenter (Everett) 1:15.59; 100 breaststroke-O’banion (Lake Stevens) 1:21.71; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Howes, Hozail, O’banion, Schreiber) 4:11.62. Records-Lake Stevens 3-2 league, 4-3 overall. Everett 0-4, 2-5.

Bellingham 89, Mount Vernon 79: In a non-conference meet, Bellingham outpaced the Bulldogs by just 10 points despite winning eight of 11 events.

200 medley relay-Bellingham (Collins, Fayram, Bourm, Zang) 2:12.63; 200 freestyle-Fayram (Bellingham) 2:20.39; 200 individual medley-Collins (Bellingham) 2:31.26; 50 freestyle-Crowl (Mount Vernon) 27.82; Diving-not held; 100 butterfly-Zang (Bellingham) 1:15.36; 100 freestyle-Bourm (Bellingham) 1:08.71; 500 freestyle-Zang (Bellingham) 6:03.4; 200 freestyle relay-Mount Vernon (Townsend, Jones, Crowl, Weisinger) time; 100 backstroke-Collins (Bellingham) 1:10.41; 100 breaststroke-Weisinger (Mount Vernon) 1:20.77; 400 freestyle relay-Bellingham (Fayram, Bourm, Zang, Collins) 4:27.05. Records-Bellingham not reported. Mount Vernon 5-3 overall.

Snohomish 131, Sehome 51: Erica Chandler posted her best state qualifying time in the 200-yard freestyle this season to help the Panthers win a non-conference meet.

200 medley relay-Snohomish (Neeley, Thrasher, Spurgeon, Duke) 2:01.95; 200 freestyle-Chandler (Snohomish) 1:54.03*; 200 individual medley-Young (Snohomish) 2:21.08; 50 freestyle-Spurgeon (Snohomish) 27.16; Diving-Enders (Snohomish) 199.05; 100 butterfly-Duke (Snohomish) 1:04.71; 100 freestyle-Chandler (Snohomish) 53.61; 500 freestyle-Young (Snohomish) 5:38.71; 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Thrasher, Spurgeon, Behla, Chandler) 1:46.81; 100 backstroke-Godfrey (Sehome) 1:07.47; 100 breaststroke-Thrasher (Snohomish) 1:13.32; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Corcoran, Duke, Neeley, Chandler) 3:58.28. Records-Snohomish 5-2 overall. Sehome not reported.

*Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

Kamiak 5, Mountlake Terrace 2: Marc Rollins’ 6-2, 6-2, victory at No. 1 singles keyed Kamiak’s Wesco South triumph.

Singles-Rollins (K) def. Matthew 6-2, 6-2; Lee (K) def Mussie Tesfaldet 6-3, 6-3; Holzer (K) def. Appleby 6-2, 6-3; Luru (MT) def. Gihm 6-1, 2-6, 6-2. Doubles-Busch-Yoon (K) def Nguyen-Wong 6-1, 6-2; Baik-Dang (K) def. Choi-Pham 6-2, 6-2; Cho-Hive (MT) def. Hansen-Ullock 2-6, 2-6. Records-Mountlake Terrace: 4-11 in division, 4-11 overall. Kamiak: 8-7, 8-7.

Meadowdale 7, Mariner 0: The Mavericks won every match in straight sets against Wesco South opponent Mariner. Meadowdale and Edmonds-Woodway remain tied for second place in Wesco South.

Singles-Lee (Meadowdale) def. Tyler, 6-2, 6-2; Lucero (Meadowdale) def. Trinh, 6-2, 6-0; Morrison (Meadowdale) def. Elrod, 6-0, 6-1; Park (Meadowdale) def. Bicerg, 6-0, 6-2. Doubles-Bettinghouse-Anderson (Meadowdale) def. Peterson-Anaya, 6-2, 6-0; Knight-McGinnis (Meadowdale) def. Klang-Taue, 6-1, 7-5; Parrin-Lucero(Meadowdale) def. Lara-Marave, 6-3, 6-4. Records-Mariner 0-14 in league, 0-14 overall. Meadowdale 12-3, 12-3.

Edmonds-Woodway 7, Lynnwood 0: The Royals were no match for district and Wesco South opponent Edmonds-Woodway. The Warriors took four matches in straight sets.

Singles-Yuse (Edmonds-Woodway) def. Wise, 6-0, 6-1; Shields (Edmonds-Woodway) won by default; Kent (Edmonds-Woodway) def. Jang, 6-0, 7-5; McCleary (Edmonds-Woodway) def. Neth, 6-1, 6-0. Doubles-Nelson-Niles (Edmonds-Woodway) def. Thompson-Bautista, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3; Heideman-Finning (Edmonds-Woodway) def. Crollard-Z. Wachtvitl, 6-0, 6-3; Williams-Shinn (Edmonds-Woodway) def. Peterson-J. Wachtvitl, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. Records-Lynnwood 1-12 in league, 1-12 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 12-3, 12-3.

Jackson 6, Shorecrest 1: Jackson’s Alex Yee came from behind to win 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 at No. 2 singles to lead the Timberwolves to a Wesco South victory.

Singles-Pedersen (SC) def. Kim, 7-6 (7-1), 5-7, 7-6 (7-3); Yee (J) def. Wadum, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1; Chong (J) def. Auriemma, 6-3, 2-0 default; Reading (J) def. Morrisey, 7-5 ,6-1. Doubles-Kris Pope-Kory Pope (J) def. Geddes-Frisk, 6-4, 6-2; Sohn-Burke (J) def. Liu-Hildebrand, 6-1, 4-6, 6-1; DeWeese-Osborne (J) def. Tu-Leigh, 6-3, 6-0. Records-Jackson 10-5 in league, 10-5 overall. Shorecrest 7-7, 7-7.

Shorewood 7, Everett 0: Shorewood improved its undefeated streak this season to 14-0 after winning every singles and doubles match against the Seagulls in the Wesco South meet.

Singles-Jablawski (S) def. Swezey, 6-0, 6-1; Michelson (S) def. Nielsen, 6-1, 6-3; Schneider (S) def. Nichols, 6-0, 6-3; Ma (S) def. Barnett, 7-5, 6-2; Doubles-McCall-Larsen (S) def. Johnson-Wertheimer 5-7, 6-2, 6-4; Turner-Edwards- (S) def. Swanson-Sheraton, 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3); Jones-Bournes (S) def. Wagaer-Barnett, 6-4, 6-4; Records-Shorewood: 14-0 in league, 14-0 overall. Everett 5-10, 5-10.

South Whidbey 5, Stanwood JV 2: South Whidbey’s George Spivakov won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 singles to lead the Falcons to a non-conference victory.

Singles-Spivakov (SW) def. McCutchen, 6-0, 6-1; Klopfenstein (SW) def. Johnson, 6-2, 6-2; Merrick (St) def. Pan, 6-4, 4-6, 7-6; Simmons (SW) def. Sutherland, 6-2, 6-2. Doubles-Wilson-Berry (SW) def. Sanders-Hanson, 6-1, 6-2; Schneeman-Sidhu (SW) def. Robertson-Andelin, 6-2, 6-1; Williams-Albert (St) def. Johnson-Iverson, 7-5, 6-1. Records-South Whidbey 6-4 overall.

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