Friday prep boys basketball results

BOYS BASKETBALL

Jackson 59, Mariner 41

Mariner 8 13 8 12 —41

Jackson 18 13 22 6 —59

Mariner—Jalen Hayes 10, Dwan Mallett 6, Harmandeep Singh 5, Stavarai McSwain 5, Edwin Bouah 5, Zeb Carrow 4, Fama Toure 4, Dru Cardoza 2, Simon Fanuel 0, Nick Lea 0, Chris Hendrickson 0. Jackson—Parker Manalo 26, Ian Willgress 11, Christian Liddell 8, Hunter Johnson 6, Islim Ouldtaki 4, Paul Doney 2, Jordan Brajcich 2, Kyle Bigovich 0, Kevin Han 0, Dezmon Liddell 0, Channer Hendrickson 0, Hunter Taylor 0.

Glacier Peak 63, Kamiak 50

Glacier Peak 17 16 13 17 —63

Kamiak 13 8 13 16 —50

Glacier Peak—Bobby Martin 28, Seiver Southard 13, Austin Petz 11, Nick Bates 4, Noah Forman 0. Kamiak—Carson Tuttle 14, Danny Sharpe 13, Swell Ewing 6, Christian Clausen 6, Patrick Olson 5, Landon Overtuff 2, Keller Whitney 2, Hunter Watkins 2, Jordan Meyer 0, Josh Santiago 0, Travis Rucker 0.

Lake Stevens 59, Cascade 52

Cascade 8 15 14 15 —52

Lake Stevens 13 23 7 16 —59

Cascade—Muhammed Kolly 12, D’Andre Bryant 12, Donelle Meriwether 12, Trevon Blackmon 12, Dauntay Woods 4, Dezmond Taylor-Davis 0, Musa Baldeh 0, Briar Nguyen 0, Dezmond Tyler-Davis 0, Nicholas Klemp 0. Lake Stevens—Ryder Kavanagh 17, Trey Pavitt 12, Mitch Peterson 9, Marquel McFerrin 7, Noah Wallace 4, Dominck McLaurin 4, Derik Myers 3, DeShawn McFerrin 2, Wyatt Wahlberg 1, Jesse King 0.

Monroe 63, Mt. Vernon 52 (OT)

Monroe 8 17 13 12 13 —63

Mount Vernon 18 13 10 9 2 —52

Monroe—Colby Kyle 20, Justin Folz 6, Blake Bingham 4, Spencer Davidson 3, Isaiah Cole 2, Trenton Newhouse 0, Luis Rubalcaba 0, JJ Jerome 0. Mount Vernon—Nic Sokol 14, Austin Darnell 13, Ryan Kennedy 7, Dylan Cyr 5, Cooper Tobiason 5, Bryce Jones 4, Carlos Garcia 4.

Everett 78, Shorewood 34

Shorewood 14 2 10 8 —34

Everett 16 19 21 22 —78

Shorewood—Daniel Ishkhanov 14, Kahlid Johnson 7, Naode Mehari 6, Thomas Hundhausen 4, Maureece Wilbur 2, Richie Ordona 1, Benjamin Vojnikovic 0, Sean Santos 0, Bryan Spee 0, Andrew Ray 0, Samuel Mekonen 0, Skyler Hammer 0. Everett—Travis Barnes 15, Desmond Burton 15, Preston Campbell 10, Byron Lewellen 7, Wesley Erickson 7, Murdock Rutledge 7, Levi Collins 6, Bogdan Fesiienko 5, Elijah Ross-Rutter 4, Daniel Peterson 2, Nathan Tuck 0.

Edmonds-Woodway 73, Lynnwood 70 (OT)

Ed.-Woodway 18 12 25 10 8 —73

Lynnwood 10 16 21 18 5 —70

Edmonds-Woodway—Keaton McKay 21, Noah Becker 15, Calum Knowles 6, Jalen Nash 6, Kameron Eck 5, Edikal Seare 5, Joe Cooper 4, Ryan Peterson 4, Mutdung Bol 4, Pietro Parrilla 2, Michael Epoch 1. Lynnwood—Alex Macias 19, Yoseph Habtemariam 13, Eli Edwards 12, Alton Hammond 8, Ryan Rapanan 6, Jordan Glover 5, Bryce Milne 5, Christian Vasquez 2.

Arlington 66, M. Terrace 60

Arlington 13 18 15 20 —66

M. Terrace 12 9 26 13 —60

Arlington—Griffin Gardoski 19, Sam Tregoning 17, Drew Bryson 12, Jaren Cary 8, Dele Aribibola 8, Anthony Whitis 2, Max Smith 0, Campbell Hudson 0. Mountlake Terrace—Sean Kirk 24, Khyree Armstead 13, Brock Davis 9, Joey Gardner 6, Zeke Tomas 5, Mason Peterson 3, Brendan Hayes 0, Connor Williams 0, Keegan Grayson 0.

Shorecrest 64, M. Getchell 39

M. Getchell 13 4 9 13 —39

Shorecrest 15 17 20 12 —64

Marysville Getchell—Cody Day 8, Caleb Koellmer 7, Lul Williams 5, Cameron Stordahl 5, Ian Roskelley 5, Colten Bayley 4, Charles Tait 3, Zachery Doll 2, Ethan Jackson 0, Joshua Villavicencio 0. Shorecrest—Malcolm Rosier-Butler 24, Philip Pepple 13, Steven Lin 9, Omar Camara 9, Chris Lee 7, Dagmawe Menelik 2, Michael Mosley 0, Walter Wang 0, Elijah Steele-Lewis 0.

S. Whidbey 54, Granite Falls 32

Granite Falls 9 8 8 7 —32

South Whidbey 16 22 10 6 —54

Granite Falls—Legend Suddarth 14, Ben Schneiders 5, Jordan VanBeek 4, Sulo Hyvari 3, John Brown 2, Ben Haider 2, Andy Haider 2. South Whidbey—Lewis Pope 16, Maxfield Friedman 12, Kellen Boyd 8, Kody Newman 8, Anton Klein 4, Carson Wrightson 2, Tyler Dow 2, Tyler Heggenes 2.

King’s 60, A. Murphy 53

A. Murphy 16 12 13 12 —53

King’s 12 14 16 18 —60

Archbishop Murphy—Abe Lucas 21, Jaylon Carter 14, Anfernee Gurley 11, Trey Miller 4, Kyler Gordon 3. King’s—Josh Frohardt 24, Chewy Zevenbergen 17, Luke Wicks 6, Hunter Reeves 5, Dawson Porcello 5, Christian Lopez 3.

CPC-MLT 47, T. Heritage 45

CPC-MLT 11 7 11 18 —47

T. Heritage 12 14 11 8 —45

Cedar Park Christian-MLT—Jaide St. Lewis 12, Jacob Schley 11, Jacob Catey 10, Grant Gilmore 6, Ryan Maxwell 4, Sam Yaranon 3, Micah Campbell 1. Tulalip Heritage—Rodney Barber 12, Josh Miranda 9, Josh Iukes 8, Nashone Whitebear 8, Paul Shay Jr. 5, Samuel Fryberg 3.

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