Friday’s prep stars of the night

Gage Burtenshaw, Darrington wrestling

Burtenshaw, a senior 170-pounder, was one of three local wrestlers (Mason Phillips, Salihou Fatty) to advance to the semifinals of the talentpacked Gut Check Challenge on Friday.

Karl DeBoer, G, Stanwood

DeBoer, a senior, poured in 39 points — sinking a school-record 10 3-pointers — for the Spartans in a 100-46 pasting of Oak Harbor.

Adrienne Poling, F, Edmonds-Woodway

Poling, a junior, scored 26 points to lead all scorers, helping the Warriors to an 81-57 win over Lynnwood and an 11-1 mark on the season.

Megan Mattison, G, Jackson

Mattison, a junior, scored 28 points — including seven 3-pointers — in the Timberwolves’ 71-54 victory over Mariner in a Wesco 4A contest.

Lewis Pope, G, South Whidbey

Pope, a senior, scored 40 points (16 in the first quarter alone) as the Falcons thumped Granite Falls 74-35 in a Cascade Conference matchup.

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