Kamiak beats E-W to stay unbeaten

Herald staff

EDMONDS – Edmonds-Woodway took the first battle against Kamiak Thursday night, but the Knights re-grouped quickly to win the war and take a 1-15, 15-11, 15-13, 15-10 victory over the Warriors in a Western Conference 4A volleyball match with championship implications.

With the win, Kamiak stays undefeated for the season, improving to 8-0 in the conference, 12-0 overall, and is still a game ahead of both Cascade and Marysville-Pilchuck. Edmonds-Woodway dropped to 5-2 in the league, 6-5 overall, and two games off the pace.

Kamiak was led by a solid all-around performance by Chandra Sanford, who finished with eight kills and seven blocks. Lindsay Page was also a factor as she finished with 11 kills. And Tori Black got into the action with 20 assists.

Edmonds-Woodway coach Mike Pittis felt his team started strong, but that Kamiak made the adjustments needed to win the match.

“That’s one of the reasons they’re undefeated,” said Pittis. “They (Kamiak) made some nice adjustments as the match progressed and took advantage of our mistakes. I thought we made our mistakes in bunches, and those took us out of legitimate chances to win in both the third and fourth games.

“We jumped out big and played very well early,” Pittis continued, “and we had our chances down the stretch. You have to give credit to Kamiak for bouncing back and staying tough. I liked the intensity our girls showed, and hopefully we can put this loss behind us and finish the season with a good run next week.”

Marie King paced Edmonds-Woodway with 17 kills and five aces. Nicole Bordeaux had a strong game with 33 assists, while Casie Anderson finished with 21 digs for the Warriors.

  • Cascade 3, Mariner 0: At Cascade, Danielle Selvidge had six kills and six blocks to lead the Bruins (6-1 league, 10-1 overall) to the 15-1, 15-12, 15-2 Wesco 4A victory over Mariner (0-8, 0-12). Liz Hotten chipped in with five service aces for Cascade.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 3, Oak Harbor 0: At Oak Harbor, Ashley Isaksen and Micaela Parker combined for 17 kills and six blocks to lead the Tomahawks (3-3 in league, 4-7 overall) to the 15-13, 15-3, 17-15 Wesco 4A victory over Oak Harbor (3-3, 4-7).

  • Sehome 3, Shorewood 1: At Shorewood H.S., Sehome (3-4 in league, 7-4 overall) was led by Sarah Lawson’s 28 assists in the 8-15, 15-12, 15-7, 15-8 Wesco 4A victory. Shorewood (1-6, 2-9) was led by Libby Hubbard’s 12 kills.

  • Snohomish 3, Shorecrest 2: At Snohomish, the Panthers (2-5 league, 2-9 overall) fell behind 2-1 before rallying for the 10-15, 15-11, 2-15, 15-7, 16-14 Wesco 4A victory over Shorecrest (3-4, 6-5). Megan Silver and Annie Grage each finished with 15 kills for Snohomish, while Julie Henningsgaard added 13 kills and Annie Hotts 55 assists.

  • Lake Stevens 3, Stanwood 2: At Lake Stevens, the Vikings (9-2 in league and overall) rallied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat Stanwood (9-2, 9-2) 15-8, 6-15, 13-15, 15-7, 15-6 and forge a first-place tie between the two teams in the Wesco 3A. Chelsey Holloway led the Vikings with 12 blocks, while Noelle Bosserman turned in a 25-for-25 serving performance. Stanwood finished with 45 kills and 33 assists.

  • Monroe 3, Meadowdale 0: At Meadowdale, Kalynn Simmons was 11-for-11 from the service line to lead the Bearcats (7-4 in league and overall) to the 15-7, 15-8, 16-14 Wesco 3A victory over Meadowdale (5-6, 5-6).

  • Jackson 3, Lynnwood 1: At Lynnwood H.S., Jackson’s Annalise Nash had 45 assists and 10 aces to lead the Timberwolves to the 15-1, 15-12, 15-17, 15-9 Wesco 3A victory. The win put Jackson (6-5 in league and overall) in a third-place tie with Lynnwood (6-5, 6-5).

  • Everett 3, Arlington 1: At Arlington H.S., Everett won the Wesco 3A match 12-15, 15-8, 15-4, 15-9 and was led Tracy Webber, who had 16 kills, and Emily Olson, who had 26 assists. Arlington’s Wendy Randolph recorded 38 assists. The victory improved the Seagulls record to 2-9 in league and 5-10 overall, while Arlington fell to 0-10, 0-12.

  • Granite Falls 3, Lakewood 0: At Granite Falls, Ashley Quinn’s 20 assists led the Tigers (4-1 league, 9-3 overall) to the 15-4, 15-5, 15-2 North Cascades victory over Lakewood (0-5, 6-5). Denise Wilbur finished with 13 kills for Granite Falls, and Megan Wright was 10-for-10 serving and added four kills.

  • Lynden Christian 3, Meridian 1: At Meridian, Lynden Christian (6-0 league, 10-0 overall) used 20 kills and 10 blocks from Debbie Vanden Hoek to pick up the 12-15, 15-12, 15-12, 15-11 North Cascades victory and remain in first place. Meridian (4-1, 7-4) was led by Emily Castro’s 27 kills and Bree Brandt’s 10 blocks.

  • Archbishop Murphy 3, Concrete 1: At Concrete H.S., Archbishop Murphy’s Kellie Daviscourt had 12 blocks, and eight kills in the 15-12, 15-9, 11-15, 15-8 Northwest A victory. Archbishop Murphy improved to 3-7 in league and 6-10 overall, while Concrete dropped to 1-10, 2-12.

  • Darrington 3, Friday Harbor 0: At Friday Harbor, Darrington (9-1 league, 11-4 overall) clinched a spot in the tri-district tournament with a 15-8, 15-4, 15-9 Northwest A League victory over Friday Harbor (1-8, 1-14). Casey West had nine kills, and Shawna Foote had seven service aces and 10 digs to lead Darrington.

  • Snohomish County Christian 3, Skykomish 0: At Skykomish H.S., The Lions won the Northwest B match 15-2, 15-4, 15-8 to raise their record to 4-2 in league, and 10-2 overall. Skykomish (0-6, 6-7) was led by Angie Coryell’s five aces, four kills, and six digs. For Snohomish County Christian, Megan Lanz had 10 kills and Tezia Jacobson had 14 kills and served 16-for-16 with four aces.

  • Snohomish County Christian 5, Friday Harbor 2: Hyeon Soo Lee had a hat trick and David Peterson scored twice for Snohomish County Christian in the Northwest A/B League game.

  • Grace Academy 8, Master’s Touch 0: Josh Stocker scored three goals and Jeremy Short and Tobi Rechenauer had two each in Grace Academy’s Northwest A/B win. Master’s Touch played two players down due to injuries.

    Goals-Stocks 3, Short 2, Rechenauer 2, Lugg. Goalkeepers-Grace Academy: Wilkes. Master’s Touch: Hite. Records-Grace Academy 8-0 in league, 11-3 overall. Master’s Touch 1-7, 1-10.

  • Mount Vernon Christian 1, Archbishop Murphy 0: Mount Vernon Christian won the Northwest A/B League game with a goal in the 37th minute by Mark Medema.

    Goals-Mount Vernon Christian: Medema. Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Albo. Mount Vernon Christian: not reported. Records-Archbishop Murphy 6-2 in league, 9-4 overall. Mount Vernon Christian 5-3, 10-4.

  • Shorewood 2, Sehome 0: Tara Adams and Bethany Dearborn each scored a goal to lead the Thunderbirds to the Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Shorewood: Adams, Dearborn. Goalkeepers-Shorewood: Riley. Sehome: Norton. Records-Shorewood 2-4-1 in league, 4-8-1 overall. Sehome 5-1-1, 10-1-1.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 2, Kamiak 1: Anatasia Bilibin scored the game-winning goal in the 76th minute for the Warriors in the Wesco 4A game.

    Goals-Edmonds-Woodway: Bilibin, Graybill. Kamiak: Burrows. Goalkeepers-Edmonds-Woodway: Natterstad. Kamiak: Good. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 3-4 in league, 7-5-1 overall Kamiak 1-7, 3-10-1.

  • Cascade 12, Mariner 0: Cascade’s Natalie Hardin, Shannon Rasmussen and Shauna Forbes all scored hat tricks in the Wesco 4A game.

    Goals-Cascade: Hardin 3, Rasmussen 3, Forbes 3, Hughes 2, Baskett. Goalkeepers-Cascade: Carter, Gourns. Mariner: Musseau. Records-Mariner 0-8 in league, 0-13 overall. Cascade 6-1, 12-1.

  • Oak Harbor 5, Marysville-Pilchuck 0: Oak Harbor scored four goals in a six-minute stretch, including two by Brooke Severns in a two minute span, to grab a 5-0 lead in the first half en route to the Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Oak Harbor: Severns 2, Black, Nydam, White. Goalkeepers-Oak Harbor: Busic, Nicholas. Marysville-Pilchuck: Coyne. Records-Oak Harbor 4-2-1 in league, 9-2-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 2-6, 5-7-1.

  • Lake Stevens 1, Jackson 0: Amy Carnell converted a penalty kick for the game winning goal in the Wesco 3A game.

    Goals-Lake Stevens: Carnell. Goalkeepers-Lake Stevens: Simnowitz. Jackson: Shropshire. Records-Lake Stevens 8-2-2 in league, 8-3-3 overall. Jackson 5-6-1, 5-7-2.

  • Arlington 4, Monroe 1: Kayla Burt had two goals in the Wesco 3A victory.

    Goals-Arlington: Burt 2, Cort, Tomison. Monroe: Nelson. Goalkeepers-Arlington: Lamb,. Monroe: Fish, Cochran. Records-Monroe 4-5-3 in league, 6-5-3 overall. Arlington 8-3-1, 9-4-1.

  • Stanwood 2, Meadowdale 0: Emily Weyers and Kerry Madsen each scored a goal to lead Stanwood to the Wesco 3A victory over league-leading Meadowdale.

    Goals-Stanwood: Weyers, Madsen. Goalkeepers-Stanwood: Brown. Meadowdale: Wirtala. Records-Meadowdale 8-1-3 in league, 8-3-3 overall. Stanwood 5-5-2, 6-6-2.

  • Lynnwood 2, Everett 1: Kari Lloyd scored the game-winning goal to lift the Royals to their first Wesco 3A win this season.

    Goals-Lynnwood: Owen, Lloyd. Everett: not repreted. Goalkeepers-Lynnwood: Rhodes. Everett: Hawkins. Records-Everett 2-9-1 in league, 3-10-1 overall. Lynnwood 1-10-1, 1-12-1.

  • Blaine 1, Sultan 0: Jenny Lott scored for Blaine in the second minute of the North Cascades game and goalie Shela Robertson made the lead stand up for her sixth shutout.

    Goals-Blaine: Lott. Goalkeepers-Blaine: Robertson. Sultan: Cramer. Records-Sultan 4-2 in league, 8-4 overall. Blaine 3-4, 8-4.

  • Lakewood 7, Granite Falls 0: Amy Anderson and Jayme McFarland each had two goals to lead the Cougars to the North Cascades victory.

    Goals-Lakewood: A. Anderson 2, S. Anderson, McFarland 2, Martsen, Black. Goalkeepers-Granite Falls: Willard. Lakewood: Mattson, Fecht. Records-Granite Falls 1-5 in league, 1-11 overall. Lakewood 5-1, 12-2.

  • Cedar Park Christian 2, Archbishop Murphy 1: Heidi Jacobson scored for Cedar Park Christian in the non-league game.

    Goals-Cedar Park: Jacobson, Merrill. Archbishop: Fritsch. Goalkeepers-Cedar Park: Santte. Archbishop: Krell. Record-Archbishop Murphy 11-2-1 overall.

  • Snohomish 139, Marysville-Pilchuck 47: Brittney McGinness, swimming competitively for the first time since being injured earlier this season, captured the 200-yard freestyle for Snohomish in the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Snohomish (C. Neely, Cuevas, Chrasher, Boxman) 1:58.53*; 200 freestyle-McGinness (S) 2:07.98; 200 individual medley-Chandler (S) 2:09.07*; 50 freestyle-Blue (S) 26.21; Diving-Enders (S) 193.65; 100 butterfly-Blue (S) 1:02.48; 100 freestyle-C. Neely (S) 58.22; 500 freestyle-Chandler (S) 4:59.22*; 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Blue, C. Neely, Boxman, Chandler) 1:45.19*; 100 backstroke-Cuevas (S) 1:03.88; 100 breaststroke-Boxman (S) 1:12.88; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Blue, Duke, K. Neely, Chandler) 3:52.24. Records-Snohomish 10-0 league, 10-0 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 3-5,5-5.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Snohomish 129, Edmonds-Woodway 58: Erica Chandler of Snohomish broke the five-minute mark in the 500-yard freestyle and teamate Katie Neely also posted a state qualifying time in the event at the Wesco 4A meet.

    200 medley relay-Snohomish (C. Neely, Cuevas, Chrasher, Boxman) 1:58.53*; 200 freestyle-Spillman (E-W) 1:59.16*; 200 individual medley-Chandler (S) 2:09.07*; 50 freestyle-Blue (S) 26.21; Diving-Enders (S) 193.65; 100 butterfly-Blue (S) 1:02.48; 100 freestyle-C. Neely (S) 58.22; 500 freestyle-Chandler (S) 4:59.22*; 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Blue, C. Neely, Boxman, Chandler) 1:45.19*; 100 backstroke-Cuevas (S) 1:03.88; 100 breaststroke-Boxman (S) 1:12.88; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Blue, Duke, K. Neely, Chandler) 3:52.24. Records-Snohomish 9-0 league, 9-0 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 7-2, 8-2.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 116, Marysville-Pilchuck 70: In the Wesco 4A meet, Edmonds-Woodway was led by Sarah Spillman who won the 200-yard freestyle with a a state qualifying time and also picked up a victory in the 100 butterfly.

    200 medley relay-E-W (Hall, Stoll, Dinh, Spillman) 2:00.9; 200 freestyle-Spillman (E-W) 1:54.16*; 200 individual medley-Stoll (E-W) 2:25.1; 50 freestyle-Rima (M-P) 27.13; Diving-Thomason (M-P) 160.25; 100 butterfly-Spillman (E-W) 1:03.01; 100 freestyle-Swenson (E-W) 59.05; 500 freestyle-Von Jentzen (M-P) 5:43.4; 200 freestyle relay-E-W (Swenson, Vlasic, Quick, Yamamoto) 1:49.8; 100 backstroke-Rima (M-P) 1:04.4; 100 breaststroke-Dinh (E-W) 1:18.08; 400 freestyle relay-E-W (Swenson, Vlasic, Quick, Spillman) 3:58.7. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 8-1 league, 9-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 3-5, 5-5.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Mountlake Terrace 98, Cascade 88: Bonna Pak won two individual events and swam on a winning relay team to lead Mountlake Terrace to the Wesco 4A victory. Marion Gallagher and Rachel MacNeil each won two events for Cascade.

    200 medley relay-Cascade (Mullen, MacNeil, Gallagher, Licina) 1:59.96; 200 freestyle-MacNeil (C) 2:02.85; 200 individual medley-Pak (MT) 3:24.39; 50 freestyle-Gallagher (C) 26.05; Diving-Lavalle (C) 162.35; 100 butterfly-Connelly (MT) 1:13.70; 100 freestyle-Gallagher (C) 56.82; 500 freestyle-MacNeil (C) 5:24.16; 200 freestyle relay-Cascade (Gallagher, MacNeil, Mullen, Tracy) 1:47.51; 100 backstroke-Nick (MT) 1:11.69; 100 breaststroke-Pak (MT) 1:11.72; 400 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Pak, Connelly, Nick, Cunningham) 4:09.49. Records-Cascade 1-8 league, 2-9 overall. Mountlake Terrace 3-7, 4-7.

  • Kamiak 98, Oak Harbor 85: Kamiak and Oak Harbor split the 12 events, but Kamiak took four more second places to earn the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Oak Harbor (Meuer, Cook, Birr, Johnson) 2:12.52*; 200 freestyle-VanGerpen (K) 2:16.86*; 200 individual medley-Best (K) 2:32.86*; 50 freestyle-Johnson (OH) 28.28*; Diving-No divers competed 100 butterfly-VanGerpen (K) 1:08.08*; 100 freestyle-Johnson (OH) 1:00.93*; 500 freestyle-Sluis (K) 6:41.6; 200 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Fitzpatrick, VanGerpen, Spencer, Best) 2:01.6; 100 backstroke-Meuer (OH) 1:13.4; 100 breaststroke-Spencer (K) 1:20.9; 400 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Meuer, Cook, Johnson, Birr) 4:19.8. Records-Kamiak 7-3 league, 8-3 overall. Oak Harbor 5-5, 5-5.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Shorewood 104, Shorecrest 82: Sisters Vicki and Vonni Moorman each won an individual event and swam on winning relay teams to lead Shorewood to the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Shorewood (Vi. Moorman, Benson, McCall, Maryatt) 1:59.74; 200 freestyle-Ackerman (Sc) 2:02.09* (2nd-Vo. Moorman (Sw) 2:03.03*); 200 individual medley-Benson (Sw) 2:26.49; 50 freestyle-Jacobson (Sc) 25.77*; Diving-Klaber (Sc) 122.80; 100 butterfly-Vo. Moorman (Sw) 1:04.25; 100 freestyle-Johnstun (Sw) 57.46; 500 freestyle-Ackerman (Sc) 5:22.52*; 200 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Maryatt, Vo. Moorman, DePoali, Johnstun) 1:46.92; 100 backstroke-Vi. Moorman (Sw) 1:03.06*; 100 breaststroke-Appleseth (Sc) 1:12.84; 400 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Vo. Moorman, Maryatt, Vi. Moorman, Johnstun) 3:56.36. *indicates state-qualifying time Records-Shorecrest 2-8 league, 2-8 overall. Shorewood 9-1, 9-1.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Sehome 125, Mariner 57: Mariner’s lone win came in diving in the Wesco 4A meet.

    200 medley relay-Couch, Holmes, Hedrick, Trask) 2:14.4; 200 freestyle-Fox (S) 2:22.9; 200 individual medley-Gebhardt (S) 2:40.9; 50 freestyle-Mullett (S) 28.3; Diving-Baker (M) 142.7; 100 butterfly-Franklin (S) 1:13.8; 100 freestyle-Trask (S) 1:01.2; 500 freestyle-Snook (S) 6:42.9; 200 freestyle relay-Sehome (Fox, Doebele, Franklin, Trask) 1:59.2; 100 backstroke-Couch (S) 1:12.5; 100 breaststroke-Parine (S) 1:16.8; 400 freestyle relay-Sehome (Couch, Snook, Hedrick, Fox) 4:42.2. Records-Sehome 6-4 league, 6-5 overall. Mariner 0-10, 0-11.

  • Meadowdale 135, Lynnwood 35: The Mavericks captured 11 of 12 events in their Wesco 3A victory. Mandy Chomos captured the 100-yard breaststroke for the Royals.

    200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Peterson, Aluano, Clark, Vanessa) 2:24.52; 200 freestyle-Earling (M) 2:04.35; 200 individual medley-Clobes (M) 2:44.78; 50 freestyle-Johnson (M) 26.39; Diving-Zdenek (M) 184.75; 100 butterfly-Clobes (M) 1:15.34; 100 freestyle-Jones (M) 1:06.04; 500 freestyle-Earling (M) 5:27.05; 200 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Chon, Sethness, Dermendjieu, Stout) 2:13.17; 100 backstroke-Storey (M) 1:05.54; 100 breaststroke-Chomos (L) 1:30.23; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Asp, Kim, Murphy, Masson) 5:38.37. Records-Lynnwood 0-5 league, 0-9 overall. Meadowdale 5-0, 8-1.

  • Jackson 125, Everett 65: Courtney Plitt won the 200- and 500-yard freestyles and participated on two winning relay teams for Jackson in the Wesco 3A meet.

    200 medley relay-Jackson (Hoshino, Litz, Hardy, Plitt) 2:08.01; 200 freestyle-Plitt (J) 2:11.69; 200 individual medley-Hoshino (J) 2:20.92; 50 freestyle-Crawford (E) 28.30; Diving-Graham (E) 129.9; 100 butterfly-Marolla (J) 1:06.47; 100 freestyle-Hardy (J) 1:00.49; 500 freestyle-Plitt (J) 5:45.77; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Marolla, Cramer, Frank, Plitt) 1:57.89; 100 backstroke-Hoshino (J) 1:03.64; 100 breaststroke-Litz (J) 1:17.65; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Hoshino, Hardy, Marolla, Cramer) 4:01.12. Records-Jackson 4-1 in league, 7-1 overall. Everett 3-2, 8-3.

  • Lake Stevens 87, Stanwood 83: Tonya Pater won two individual events and swam on two winning relays to lead Lake Stevens to the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Lake Stevens (Hozail, O’Banion, Hallanger, Schreiber) 2:16.30; 200 freestyle-Pater (LS) 2:20.15; 200 individual medley-Harmon (S) 2:38.36; 50 freestyle-Howes (LS) 28.44; 100 butterfly-Boursaw (S) 1:17.64; 100 freestyle-Pater (LS) 1:01.52; 500 freestyle-Hallanger (LS) 6:28.62; 200 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Howes, Schaeffer, O’Banion, Pater) 1:58.70; 100 backstroke-Daly (S) 1:19.75; 100 breaststroke-Harmon (S) 1:17.40; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Hallanger, Schreiber, Howes, Pater) 4:19.10. Records-Lake Stevens 2-3 league, 4-5 overall. Stanwood 1-4, 1-5.

  • Cascade 6, Marysville-Pilchuck 0: Cascade’s Chase Melseth led Matt Garcia at No. 3 singles 6-1, 3-6, 4-2, before the Wesco 4A match was halted because of rain.

    Singles-Pawlak (C) def. Smith, 6-4, 6-4; Bovard (C) def. Larkin, 6-1, 6-4; Melseth (C) vs. Garcia (rain); Williams (C) def. Parshall, 6-2, 6-3. Doubles-Allen-McDonnell (C) def. Galde-Eckert, 6-2, 6-0; Schroeder-Huynh (C) def. Goffin-Clouse, 6-2, 6-2; Dawson-Aljets (C) def. Piffath-Christopher, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2. Records-Cascade 6-2 in league, 10-4 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 2-6, 5-9.

  • Wesco 3A tournament: Everett’s Sunny Samuel and Joe Osmundson of Arlington won their semifinal matches and will play today for the Wesco 3A singles championship. Bryan Bryant and Michael Carlson of Stanwood will play Blake Twisselman and Chau Le of Everett in the doubles final.

    Singles semifinals-Samuel (Ever) def. Koester (Mon), 6-2, 7-6 (7-2); Osmundson (Arl) def. Froman (LS) 6-2, 6-1. Doubles semifinals-Bryant-Carlson (Stan) def. Pagon-Natividad (Mon), 6-1, 3-6, 6-0; Twisselman-Le (Ever) def. Barbaraon-Weever (Mon), 6-1, 6-2.

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