Friday’s prep stars of the night

George Reidy, G, Cedar Park Christian

Reidy, a senior, broke the 1,000-point plateau for the Eagles, scoring 26 in the team’s 60-57 overtime win over King’s in a Cascade Conference showdown.

Tatum Wright, F, Darrington

Wright, a senior, led three Loggers in double figures with 16 points in a 54-36 Northwest 2B victory over Concrete, the team’s first league victory.

Brendan Hayes, F, Mountlake Terrace

Hayes, a senior, scored 22 points to help the Hawks dispatch Meadowdale 65-50 in a Wesco 3A contest.

Wes Erickson, F, Everett

Erickson, a senior, scored a gamehigh 19 points as the Seagulls scored a 62-46 win over Arlington to keep pace with the Wesco 3A pack.

Taylor Ivy, Monroe wrestling

Ivy, a junior, 145-pounder, registered a 12-3 major decision over Cascade’s Yasin Alissa to help the Bearcats beat the Bruins 53-21 in a Wesco 4A dual.

Trey Padgett, Marysville Getchell wrestling

Padgett, a 145-pounder, ground out a 3-1 decision over Marysville Pilchuck’s Isaiah Galindo in a Wesco 3A North rivalry clash, but the Tomahawks beat Padgett and the Chargers 57-18.

Alexyss Newman, W, Glacier Peak

Newman, a junior, scored a gamehigh 27 points to lift the Grizzlies to a 72-44 Wesco 4A victory over Mariner.

Kyra Beckman, F, Snohomish

Beckman, a junior, faced constant double and triple-teams from Edmonds-Woodway, but still put up a double-double of 26 points and 11 rebounds in the Panthers’ thrilling 66-64 win over the Warriors in a Wesco 3A battle.

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