Friday’s prep boys basketball results

BOYS BASKETBALL

Kamiak 62, Cascade 56

Kamiak 17 14 14 17 —62

Cascade 12 10 16 18 —56

Kamiak—Carson Tuttle 28, Danny Sharpe 16, Patrick Olson 8, Christian Clausen 7, Swell Ewing 2, Landon Overtuff 1, Keller Whitney 0, Travis Rucker 0. Cascade—Trevon Blackmon 19, D’Andre Bryant 16, Dauntay Woods 7, Nicholas Klemp 6, Briar Nguyen 4, Topaz Kiptabut 2, Musa Baldeh 2, Alex Stewart 0, Donelle Meriwether 0, Neco Taylor 0, Charles Coleman 0.

Glacier Peak 69, L. Stevens 57

Lake Stevens 11 23 10 13 —57

Glacier Peak 10 20 23 16 —69

Lake Stevens—Ryder Kavanagh 19, Trey Pavitt 15, Marquel McFerrin 8, Noah Wallace 8, Dominck McLaurin 3, Wyatt Wahlberg 2, Derik Myers 2, Jesse King 0. Glacier Peak—Justin Purcell 23, Bobby Martin 20, Seiver Southard 19, Nick Bates 5, Austin Petz 2, Noah Forman 0, Trey Lawrence 0, Bo Burns 0.

Mount Vernon 61, Mariner 54

Mt. Vernon 13 16 13 19 —61

Mariner 9 12 21 12 —54

Mount Vernon—Nic Sokol 14, Bryce Jones 14, Cooper Tobiason 9, Carlos Garcia 8, Mitchell Factor 7, Ryan Kennedy 6, Austin Darnell 3, Dylan Cyr 0. Mariner—Drake Cardoza 15, Jalen Hayes 12, Edwin Bouah 9, Harmandeep Singh 8, Zeb Carrow 6, Dwan Mallett 3, Stavarai McSwain 1, Nick Lea 0, Chris Hendrickson 0, Dwayne Ewing 0.

Monroe 70, Jackson 58

Jackson 11 16 10 21 —58

Monroe 15 18 15 22 —70

Jackson—Parker Manalo 23, Hunter Taylor 11, Jordan Brajcich 6, Hunter Johnson 5, Islim Ouldtaki 5, Christian Liddell 4, Paul Doney 0. Monroe—Trenton Newhouse 29, Isaiah Cole 14, Colby Kyle 11, Justin Folz 7, Spencer Davidson 4, Joshua Jerome 3, JJ Jerome 2, Keivon Singleton 0, Brian Pino 0, Luis Rubalcaba 0, Blake Bingham 0.

Arlington 63, Oak Harbor 42

Oak Harbor 7 11 8 16 —42

Arlington 17 15 17 14 —63

Oak Harbor—Joseph Arinaza 9, Haven Brown 7, Gavin Allen 6, JJ Mitchell 6, Ozell Jackson IV 5, Gabe Salinger 5, Ty Baker 4, Kevin Schuldt 0, Adam Nelson 0, Weston Whitefoot 0, Justin Ellison 0. Arlington—Griffin Gardoski 21, Drew Bryson 14, Anthony Whitis 12, Max Smith 4, Jaren Cary 3, Josh Gutierrez 3, Cooper Cummings 3, Sam Tregoning 2, Caden Smith 1, Cameron Smith 0, Paul Chung 0, Dele Aribibola 0, Gerit Deberry 0, Campbell Hudson 0.

M. Terrace 75, Everett 62

M. Terrace 15 18 17 25 —75

Everett 15 16 13 18 —62

Mountlake Terrace—Brock Davis 32, Sean Kirk 21, Khyree Armstead 10, Joey Gardner 6, Brendan Hayes 3, Mason Peterson 3, Max Hull 0, Connor Williams 0, Zeke Tomas 0, Keegan Grayson 0. Everett—Desmond Burton 17, Byron Lewellen 15, Elijah Ross-Rutter 12, Bogdan Fesiienko 8, Nathan Tuck 5, Preston Campbell 2, Wesley Erickson 2, Murdock Rutledge 1, Mason Covos 0, Daniel Peterson 0, Levi Collins 0.

M. Pilchuck 56, Snohomish 40

Snohomish 10 13 7 10 —40

M. Pilchuck 14 13 12 17 —56

Snohomish—Kole Bride 10, Kyle Sandifer 9, Cameron Bonorden 8, Darius Johnson 6, Nolan Armbruster 3, Kaden McDaniel 2, Kolton Smith 2, Jonah Judd 0, Seth Cavin 0, Josh Johnston 0. Marysville Pilchuck—Raequan Battle 27, Luke Dobler 12, Kobe Baumann 9, Josiah Gould 4, Corbin Sims 3, Aaron Kalab 1, PJ Severn 0, Brady Phelps 0, Isaiah Williams 0, Jacob Carr 0.

Cedarcrest 57, CPC-Bothell 52

CPC-Bothell 10 10 19 13 —52

Cedarcrest 20 16 8 13 —57

Cedar Park Christian—Jack Flynn 13, George Reidy 12, Andrei Leonardi 10, Drew McLaurin 10, Zach Fisk 7, Chase Witthuhn 0. Cedarcrest—Cameron Hammontree 24, Jake Kirschenmann 12, Brayden Stauffer 6, Kyle Lupo 4, Emmett Turner 3, Nate McBride 2, Riley Mallot 2, Austin Towns 2, Pascal Nagata 2, Aaron Davenport 0, Chris Busch 0.

A. Murphy 57, S. Whidbey 47

A. Murphy 15 12 14 16 —57

South Whidbey 9 9 17 12 —47

Archbishop Murphy—Jaylon Carter 21, Trey Miller 15, Kyler Gordon 11, Anfernee Gurley 8, Connor Johnson 2, Jeric Williams 0, Sam Johnson 0, Sage Oliveria 0, Andrew Carter 0. South Whidbey—Lewis Pope 16, Kellen Boyd 11, Anton Klein 6, Kody Newman 6, Levi Buck 4, Cameron Asay 4, Tyler Dow 0, Maxfield Friedman 0, Tyler Heggenes 0, Wes Crain 0.

Tulalip Heritage 80, Lopez 46

T. Heritage 19 19 25 17 —80

Lopez 17 7 8 14 —46

Tulalip Heritage—Josh Iukes 18, Paul Shay Jr. 17, Nashone Whitebear 16, Rodney Barber 10, Josh Miranda 10, Samuel Fryberg 9. Lopez—Kevin Dye 18, Reese Hamilton 17, Galen Westerveldt 9, Lichen Johnson 2, Gary Liu 0, Austin Reinmuth 0.

Friday Harbor 68, Darrington 24

Darrington 8 6 5 5 —24

Friday Harbor 13 27 7 21 —68

Darrington—Robert Smith 8, Justin Draper 5, Cooper Young 4, Paul Frank 3, Noah Tillequots 2, Andrew Soloman 2, Fisher Ayers 0, Alex McConnaughy 0. Friday Harbor—Eli Cooper-West 18, Jake Lowe 9, John Gustafson 9, Joe Stewart 8, Andy Stromberg 8, Chase Wilson 5, Marshall Clark 3, Bailey Hay 2, Lucas Chevalier 2, Rio Black 2, Isaac Mayer 2, Simon Vincent 0.

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