Hot-shooting Snohomish wins

Herald staff

SNOHOMISH – Mike Kingsbery scored 13 of his 15 points in the first quarter as Snohomish beat Mariner 97-49 in Western Conference 4A action Friday.

Snohomish broke out to an insurmountable 58-18 halftime lead that Mariner, which had 20 first-half turnovers, could not catch.

“I was happy with our intensity,” Snohomish coach Len Bone said. “We shot the ball well.”

Matt Holzer led Snohomish, which shot 41-for-76 from the field (54 percent), with 21 points while teammate Ryan Sommer scored 19 points and had seven assists.

Scott Grondahl led Mariner (3-3) with 17 points.

The victory sets up a showdown Tuesday between unbeatens Snohomish and Mountlake Terrace, both with 6-0 records.


Mariner-Grondahl 17, Bollinger 10, Olson 9, Coates 5, Stockl 4, Elrod 4. Snohomish-Holzer 21, Sommer 19, Kingsbery 15, Vanlandingham 12, Shine 8, O’Connor 8, Hill 7, Brekke 5, Baltzell 2. 3-point goals-Sommer 3, O’Connor 2, Kingsbery 2, Olson 2, Bollinger 2, Coates 1. JV score-Snohomish 73, Mountlake Terrace 55. Records-Mariner 1-2 in league, 3-3 overall. Snohomish 3-0, 6-0.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 48, Shorewood 47: Nick Harris’ only field goal of the game with 17 seconds left was the game-winner in Marysville-Pilchuck’s Wesco 4A victory. Derek Lindstrom scored 19 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for the Tomahawks.


    M-P

    10

    12

    16

    10

    48

    Shorewood

    9

    16

    10

    12

    47


    M-P-Soper 6, Bradt 6, McLeod 2, Harris 2, Freeman 7, Fagen 2, Hinderman 2, Whiteman 2, Lindstrom 19. Shorewood-Krismunando 10, Butterfield 2, Kristjanson 15, Tikka 4, Ferris 2, Tutmarc 8. 3-point goals-Freeman 1, Krismunando 4, Kristjanson 4. JV-M-P beat Shorewood. Records-M-P 2-1 in league, 3-4 overall. Shorewood 0-2, 0-4.

  • Shorecrest 59, Oak Harbor 57: Garrett Flowers scored 11 points and teammates Josh Block and Jesse Lacasse each had 10 points to help lead the Scots to the close Wesco 4A win. Josh Brown scored 17 to lead the Wildcats.


    Shorecrest

    16

    12

    22

    9

    59

    Oak Harbor

    16

    17

    13

    11

    57


    Shorecrest-Wong 2, Davis 6, Caldwell 10, Nadon 2, Block 10, B. Robinson 3, Ray 3, Lacasse 10, Flowers 11, Christon 2. Oak Harbor-Gooding 11, Denton 9, Chaytor 2, Bull 8, Fulgham 6, Brown 17, Riepma 4. 3-point goals-Davis 2, Block 2, Ray 1, Gooding 2, Denton 1, Brown 1. JV-Shorecrest def. Oak Harbor. Records-Shorecrest 1-2 in league, 1-5 overall. Oak Harbor 0-3, 1-6.

  • Lake Stevens 71, Arlington 68 OT: Arlington’s Nick Yoney, who led all scorers with 25 points, sent the Wesco 3A game into overtime with a 3-point goal with 16 seconds left. Like Yoney, Lake Stevens’ Trevor Johnson, who had 21 points, made five 3-pointers.


    Arlington

    11

    20

    4

    24

    9

    68

    Lake Stevens

    21

    6

    15

    17

    12

    71


    Arlington-Yoney 25, McCormack 10, Raezer 2, Boitano 3, Lacey 5, Klein 7, Swesey 16. Lake Stevens-Roundy 13, Graham 4, Johnson 21, Perkl 7, Miller 8, Barton 18. 3-point goals-Yoney 5, McCormack 2, Boitano 1, Lacey 1, Johnson 5, Perkl 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 60, Arlington 53. Records-Lake Stevens 1-1 in league, 3-4 overall. Arlington 1-1, 2-3.

  • Stanwood 67, Lynnwood 54: Josh Ellingson, who scored 27 points against Everett Tuesday, notched 29 in the Spartans’ Wesco 3A victory. The 6-foot-3 senior center also had 11 rebounds. Ryan Appleby scored 18 points and had seven assists for Stanwood.


    Lynnwood

    8

    21

    11

    14

    54

    Stanwood

    14

    20

    24

    9

    67


    Lynnwood-Le 3, Hinnenkamp 9, Porter 4, Palmer 2, Olson 4, Hjertstedt 4, Erickson 18, Matzen 9, Shepard 1. Stanwood-Reed 2, Parks 8, Appleby 18, Bodfish 6, Whitney 2, Messerli 2, Ellingson 29. 3-point goals-Appleby 3, Ellinghson 1, Hinnenkamp 1. JV-Stanwood def. Lynnwood. Records-Lynnwood 0-2 in league, 0-5 overall. Stanwood 2-0, 6-0.

  • Granite Falls 40, Sultan 39: Buddy Krom scored 19 points to lead the Tigers to the North Cascades Conference victory.


    Granite Falls

    11

    11

    7

    11

    40

    Sultan

    9

    14

    7

    9

    39


    Granite Falls-Blacker 1, Krom 19, Ingraham 4, Emery 8, Garcia 8. Sultan-Cotterill 9, Losleben 2, Powers 2, Nelson 12, Agnew 8, Hernandez 6. 3-point goals-Cotterill 1, Krom 1. JV-Granite Falls def. Sultan. Records-Granite Falls 1-2 in league, 2-2 overall. Sultan 2-2, 3-4.

  • Snohomish County Christian 59, Seattle Academy 48: Elias Carlson scored 16 points for Snohomish County Christian in the non-conference victory.


    Sno. County Chrsitian

    6

    17

    16

    20

    59

    Seattle Academy

    16

    9

    11

    12

    48


    Snohomsih County Christian-Carlson 16, Ripley 11, Jacobson 11, Sharpe 8, Hodges 7, Peterson 4, Matuszewski 2. Seattle Academy-McClure 21, Thomas 7, Langston 7, Pitcher 5, Fajans 4, Adler 3, Tate 1. 3-point goals-Carlson 2, Sharpe 2, Thomas 1. Records-Snohomish County Christian 5-1 overall. Seattle Academy 2-4.

  • Arlington Christian 64, Bible Baptist 43: Shawn Pillow scored 28 points to lead Arlington Christian to the Northwest Christian Schools League victory.


    Bible Babtist

    9

    11

    16

    7

    43

    Arlington Christian

    16

    14

    12

    22

    64


    Bible Baptist-Doyle 13, Linn 12, Lell 10, Redmond 5, Linn 3. Arlington Christian-Pillow 28, Chaffee 17, Wessell 13, Top 4, Titera 1, Kanehan 1. 3-point goals-Doyle 3, Redmond 1, Wessell 1. Records-Arlington Christian 4-0 in league, 4-1 overall. Bible Babtist not reported

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