Friday’s prep boys basketball results

BOYS BASKETBALL

Edmonds-Woodway 72, Meadowdale 51

Meadowdale 10 12 16 13 —51

Ed.-Woodway 14 18 18 22 —72

Meadowdale—Daniel Barhoum 16, Drew Tingstad 12, Xavier Meekins 10, Will Schafer 6, Justin Chambers 4, Mustapha Sonko 2, Mason Harvey 1, Zach Walsh 0, Drew Harvey 0, Zach Plummer 0. Edmonds-Woodway—Keaton McKay 21, Noah Becker 18, Calum Knowles 11, Mutdung Bol 9, Kameron Eck 8, Jalen Nash 5, Joe Cooper 0, Ryan Peterson 0, Pietro Parrilla 0, Uchenna Achonlu 0.

Cascade 60, Jackson 49

Jackson 6 10 12 21 —49

Cascade 18 12 11 19 —60

Jackson—Christian Liddell 17, Parker Manalo 9, Islim Ouldtaki 8, Jordan Brajcich 6, Hunter Johnson 4, Paul Doney 2, Ian Willgress 2, Hunter Taylor 1. Cascade—D’Andre Bryant 23, Briar Nguyen 11, Dauntay Woods 10, Trevon Blackmon 8, Donelle Meriwether 6, Musa Baldeh 2, Topaz Kiptabut 0, Nicholas Klemp 0.

Glacier Peak 63, Mt. Vernon 42

Mt. Vernon 10 8 12 12 —42

Glacier Peak 21 13 14 15 —63

Mount Vernon—Carlos Garcia 13, Ryan Kennedy 10, Cooper Tobiason 7, Nic Sokol 5, Henry Nutting 3, Bryce Jones 2, Austin Darnell 2, Matthew Oldow 0, Mitchell Factor 0, Dylan Cyr 0. Glacier Peak—Evan Mannes 16, Bobby Martin 14, Seiver Southard 13, Austin Petz 8, Justin Purcell 6, Noah Forman 3, Brock Bradley 3, Nick Bates 0, Trey Lawrence 0, Bo Burns 0.

Kamiak 82, Monroe 73

Monroe 14 20 18 21 —73

Kamiak 21 19 15 27 —82

Monroe—Trenton Newhouse 22, Colby Kyle 18, Justin Folz 17, Spencer Davidson 7, Brian Pino 6, Isaiah Cole 3, Joshua Jerome 0, JD Merwin 0, JJ Jerome 0. Kamiak—Carson Tuttle 35, Christian Clausen 19, Keller Whitney 11, Danny Sharpe 8, Jordan Meyer 6, Patrick Olson 3, Swell Ewing 0, Hunter Watkins 0, Travis Rucker 0.

Lake Stevens 68, Mariner 50

Mariner 14 17 10 9 —50

Lake Stevens 16 11 18 23 —68

Mariner—Jalen Hayes 15, Dwan Mallett 8, Edwin Bouah 6, Fama Toure 6, Drake Cardoza 4, Dwayne Ewing 4, Nick Lea 3, Rashaan Freeland 2, Harmandeep Singh 2, Stavarai McSwain 0. Lake Stevens—Ryder Kavanagh 22, Trey Pavitt 16, Derik Myers 11, Marquel McFerrin 7, Wyatt Wahlberg 4, Noah Wallace 4, Jaden Jentzsch 2, Dominck McLaurin 2, Mitch Peterson 0, Jesse King 0.

M. Terrace 58, Lynnwood 44

Lynnwood 10 2 14 18 —44

M. Terrace 14 17 13 14 —58

Lynnwood—Eli Edwards 14, Alex Macias 9, Christian Vasquez 7, Ryan Rapanan 6, Jordan Glover 3, Yoseph Habtemariam 3, Andrew Warren 2, Bryce Milne 0. Mountlake Terrace—Brendan Hayes 13, Khyree Armstead 13, Sean Kirk 10, Mason Peterson 10, Brock Davis 8, Joey Gardner 4.

M. Pilchuck 61, M. Getchell 58

M. Getchell 14 15 18 11 —58

M. Pilchuck 12 13 15 21 —61

Marysville Getchell—Cameron Stordahl 16, Ian Roskelley 14, Caleb Koellmer 12, Ethan Jackson 6, Lul Williams 4, Colten Bayley 2, Matthew Thomas 2, Charles Tait 2, Zachery Doll 0, Joshua Villavicencio 0, Andre Calvo 0. Marysville Pilchuck—RaeQuan Battle 33, Josiah Gould 9, Luke Dobler 8, Kobe Baumann 6, Corbin Sims 5, T.J. Severn 0, Aaron Kalab 0.

Everett 48, Oak Harbor 36

Everett 15 18 6 9 —48

Oak Harbor 11 6 12 7 —36

Everett—Desmond Burton 15, Wesley Erickson 14, Preston Campbell 5, Bogdan Fesiienko 4, Elijah Ross-Rutter 4, Byron Lewellen 3, Murdock Rutledge 2, Mason Covos 1, Daniel Peterson 0, Levi Collins 0, Nathan Tuck 0. Oak Harbor—Adam Nelson 16, JJ Mitchell 6, Ozell Jackson IV 5, Justin Ellison 5, Weston Whitefoot 2, Gabe Salinger 1, Joseph Arinaza 1, Kevin Schuldt 0, Gavin Allen 0, Haven Brown 0, Ty Baker 0.

Stanwood 87, Arlington 50

Arlington 8 23 10 9 —50

Stanwood 16 21 23 27 —87

Arlington—Anthony Whitis 18, Drew Bryson 12, Cooper Cummings 6, Griffin Gardoski 5, Cameron Smith 3, Dele Aribibola 3, Max Smith 2, Jaren Cary 1. Stanwood—Bryson Kelley 18, Henry Oldow 15, Quinton Borseth 13, AJ Martinka 13, Chase Strieby 10, Nate Kummer 5, Brock Strieby 3, Austin Wilhonen 3, Trygve DeBoer 3, Matt Vail 2, Cameron Plautz 2.

King’s 69, Cedarcrest 34

Cedarcrest 5 5 9 15 —34

King’s 13 23 19 14 —69

Cedarcrest—Jake Kirschenmann 7, Cameron Hammontree 6, Riley Mallot 6, Emmett Turner 6, Aaron Davenport 3, Nate McBride 2, Brayden Stauffer 2, Kyle Lupo 2, Austin Towns 0, Pascal Nagata 0, Chris Busch 0. King’s—Dawson Porcello 26, Chewy Zevenbergen 9, Christian Lopez 9, Taylor Schoenfeld 6, Josh Frohardt 6, Jesse Hibbard 4, Luke Wicks 4, Nate Kleppe 3, Levi Bundrant 2, Luke Bobin 0, Corey Kispert 0, Tyler Durbin 0, Hunter Reeves 0.

CPC-Bothell 55, S. Whidbey 46

S. Whidbey 17 14 10 5 —46

CPC-Bothell 15 16 15 9 —55

South Whidbey—Lewis Pope 20, Maxfield Friedman 10, Kellen Boyd 9, Kody Newman 6, Cameron Asay 1, Carson Wrightson 0, Levi Buck 0, Anton Klein 0, Tyler Heggenes 0. Cedar Park Christian—George Reidy 20, Andrei Leonardi 11, Drew McLaurin 11, Jack Flynn 8, Zach Fisk 5, Jack Stiger 0, Chase Witthuhn 0.

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