Kamiak defense baffles Marysville-Pilchuck

Herald staff

MARYSVILLE – The Kamiak boys basketball team defeated Marysville-Pilchuck 54-46 Tuesday using a smothering defense.

“Their defense frustrated us all night,” Marysville-Pilchuck coach Mike Lowery said. “They kept switching up on us.”

The Knights held Marysville-Pilchuck to just one field goal in the fourth quarter.

Hans Ditler, whose team trailed the Tomahawks 31-25 at halftime, led Kamiak with 17 points.

“He (Ditler) was a real presence inside,” Lowery said.

Kamiak had a sizable advantage in free throws, making 21 of 27 attempts. Marysville-Pilchuck was 5-for-11 from the free throw line.

The Tomahawks’ Marquis Pittman led all scorers with 18 points.


Kamiak-Grounds 8, Saban 10, Ching 2, Lowery 9, Ditler 17, Rosenberger 4, Jackson 4. Marysville-Pilchuck-Siekawitch 2, Vandaveer 5, B. Hinderman 2, T. Hinderman 2, Harris 4, Soper 4, Burman 3, Pittman 18, Freeman 2, Gill 2. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 50, Kamiak 49. Records-Kamiak: 1-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck: 1-2.

Jackson 56, Lake Stevens 51 OT: Jackson’s Chris Keller hit a 3-pointer with 1 second remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime. In overtime the Timberwolves’ Nick Santoro scored six of Jackson’s seven points.


Lake Stevens

15

8

16

10

2

51

Jackson

15

14

7

13

7

56


Lake Stevens-Stevens 12, Adrian 2, Thomason 2, Andrews 14, Johnson 8, Daniel 2, Jacob Evans 4, Miller 6, Haynes 1. Jackson-Chambers 16, Marsh 4, Lillibridge 6, Hussong 2, Keller 15, Santoro 8, Pagnac 5. 3-point goals-Stevens 1, Andrews 4, Johnson 1, Chambers 1, Keller 4. Records-Jackson 1-0 overall. Lake Stevens 1-2.

Mariner 56, Interlake 38: Mike Stockl scored 15 points and hit three 3-pointers to lead the Marauders in a non-conference game.


Interlake

8

14

6

10

38

Mariner

14

17

14

12

56


Interlake-Huang 3, Perkins 3, Wells 2, Burke 4, DeMarco 8, Allan 6, Bateman 3, Maljanobic 7, Jones 2. Mariner-Stockl 15, Livingston 3, Quinn 6, Coates 9, Woodley 4, Olson 3, Bollinger 5, Martin 2, Grondahl 9. 3-point goals-DeMarco 1, Stockl 3, Livingston 1, Bollinger 1. JV score-Mariner 52, Interlake 50. Records-Mariner 1-1 overall. Interlake 1-1.

Woodinville 64, Monroe 47: Zack McVey, a 6-foot-7 forward, scored 16 of his game-high 22 points in the second half of the non-league win. McVey also had eight rebounds.


Monroe

8

12

13

14

47

Woodinville

17

19

12

16

64


Monroe-Sasser 10, M. Hammerquist 4, Walsh 2, Blair 3, Waite 2, E. Hammerquist 8, Lewis 2, Manthe 8, Snyder 8. Woodinville-Berg 2, Flaherty 6, Lombard 6, Warner 6, McVey 22, Gode 3, Morales 7, Dargis-Robinson 10, Pavlik 2. 3-point goals-Gode 1, Morales 1, Blair 1, Snyder 1. JV score-Woodinville 51, Monroe 42. Records-Woodinville 2-0 overall. Monroe 0-3.

Chimacum 50, South Whidbey 44: Tim Gabelein scored 24 points and had 14 rebounds to lead South Whidbey in the non-conference loss.


South Whidbey

0

15

16

13

44

Chimacum

11

8

12

19

50


South Whidbey-Turner 3, Moote 2, Ellis 5, Gabelein 24, Murphy 2, Plastino 2, Coleman 6. Chimacum-Hendy 5, McWilliams 6, Lawson 6, Kilmer 5, Pearsall 2, Tanner 7, Andrus 19. 3-point goals-Lawson1. JV score-South Whidbey 67, Chimacum 49. Records-South Whidbey 0-2 overall. Chimacum 2-0.

Archbishop Murphy 63, Snohomish County Christian 48: Archbishop Murphy unleashed a smothering full-court press in the fourth quarter to earn its second-consecutive victory. Rich Albo and Jevon Butler each scored 21 points to lead Archbishop Murphy, which outscored Snohomish County Christian 22-9 in the fourth quarter.


Sno. County Christian

8

12

19

9

48

Archbishop Murphy

8

16

17

22

63


Snohomish County Christian-Sharpe 13, Farrar 6, Lamping 1, Ripley 26, Rouse 2. Archbishop Murphy-Duell 7, Kim 3, Mulholland 5, Myrick 4, Albo 21, Butler 21, Wolff 2. 3-point goals-Sharpe 3.. Records-Snohomish County Christian 0-2 overall. Archbishop Murphy 2-0.

Friday Harbor 59, Lopez 46: Nathan Smith was 3-for-4 from the free throw line in the final 1:41 to secure non-league victory. Brett Percich led Friday Harbor with 13 points followed by Adam Posenjak’s 12. Jason Buffum, who sank six 3-pointers in the game, led Lopez with 26 points.


Friday Harbor

10

11

20

18

59

Lopez

9

5

16

16

46


Friday Harbor-Rea 1, Benz 10, Posenjak 12, Coulter 9, Percich 13, Johnson 6, Smith 8. Lopez-Buffum 26, Lartz 18, Redelk 2. 3-point goals-Benz, Buffum 6, Lartz. Records-Friday Harbor 2-1 overall. Lopez 2-1.

Darrington 67, Concrete 52: Bryce Boyd pumped in 15 of his game-high 32 points in the fourth quarter of the non-league game. Boyd had 12 rebounds and was 8-for-9 from the free throw line.


Darrington

16

15

18

18

67

Concrete

15

10

10

17

52


Darrington-Boyd 32, McCoy 11, Smith 9, Grimmer 9, Reece 3, Ash 2, Davis 1. Concrete-Schooland 15, McAdam 10, Boerner 9, Parker 5, Woodworth 4, Sanchez 3, Cataway 2, Martin 2, Aldridge 2. 3-point goals-Boerner 3, McCoy 2, Reece, Smith, Parker. JV score-Concrete 53, Darrington 38. Records-Darrington 1-1 overall. Concrete 0-2.

Quilcene 56, Master’s Touch 55: Freshman Kyle Olin scored 26 points and teammate Justin Birch collected 10 rebounds for Master’s Touch in the non-conference defeat.


Quilcene

20

14

11

11

56

Master’s Touch

8

16

11

20

55


Quilcene-Kim 2, Thompson 17, Hodgson 19, Johnston 14, Schryver 4. Master’s Touch-Troll 6, Olin 26, Elmore 2, Birch 2, Martson 8, Brown 4, Griffiths 7. 3-point goals-Olin 4, Hodgson 3, Griffiths 1, Thompson 1. JV score-Master’s Touch 44, Quilcene 36. Records-Quilcene: 1-1 overall. Master’s Touch: 0-2.

Skykomish 44, Cedar Park Christian C team 41: Josh Nelson scored a game-high 21 points to lead Skykomish in a non-conference game.


Cedar Park Christian C

8

7

9

15

41

Skykomish

8

8

10

18

44


Cedar Park Christian C team-Carlucci 1, Fleet 16, Nelson 4, Zamzig 2, Stelciec 8, Hylalies 2, Fagel 4, Neigeferd 2, Shipley 2. Skykomish-Farmer 7, Brown 10, West 6, Nelson 21. 3-point goals-Fleet 2, Stelciec 2, Nelson 1. Records-Skykomish 1-0 overall. Cedar Park Christian C team not reported.

Mountlake Terrace 52, Sehome 47: Annie Everett scored a game-high 13 points and teammate Kristie Coppen had 10 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and four blocks to lead the Hawks to the non-league victory.


Sehome

5

13

14

15

47

Mountlake Terrace

6

19

14

13

52


Sehome-Zaremba 3, Weden 6, Oberleitner 6, Hubka 6, Crowley 9, McEvoy 4, Busch 11, Jameson 2. Mountlake Terrace-Coppen 10, Henry 5, Everett 13, Grover 1, Leer 5, Tiedeman 8, McEntire 2, Voetmann 8. 3-point goals-Everett 1, Tiedeman 1, Zaremba 1, Weden 1, Hubka 1. JV score-Mountlake Terrace 42, Sehome 38. Records-Sehome 1-2 overall. Mountlake Terrace 2-0.

Mariner 64, Interlake 43: Amanda Kerr scored a game-high 28 points and Shaniyha Moore added 19 as Mariner snapped a 15-game losing streak stretching back to last season. Kerr scored 13 of the team’s 27 second-quarter points as Mariner grabbed a 37-24 halftime lead. Moore scored all but one of Mariner’s eight fourth-quarter points.


Mariner

10

27

19

8

64

Interlake

13

11

10

9

43


Mariner-Burns 7, Moore 19, White 2, Richardson 5, Douglas 3, Kerr 28. Interlake-Gibson 10, Allan 13, Erikson 4, Kamikkekag 7, Halvorson 9. 3-point goals-Allan. JV score-Mariner 37, Interlake 23. Records-Mariner 1-0 overall. Interlake 0-3.

South Whidbey 69, Chimacum 28: Hilary Wick scored 20 points to lead South Whidbey, which outscored Chimacum 39-15 in the second half. Wick led the Falcons with 10 rebounds and four blocks.


Chimacum

4

9

9

6

28

South Whidbey

11

19

19

20

69


Chimacum-Not reported. South Whidbey-Russell 2, Robinson 6, Hussey 7, Schwager 2, Iddins 8, Binford 4, Poolman 9, Wick 20, Johnson 9. 3-point goals-Wick. Records-Chimacum not reported. South Whidbey 2-0 overall.

King’s 59, Nooksack Valley 52: Christina Wikstrom had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead King’s to a non-conference victory. Rachel Strand was 5-for-10 from the field to garner 14 points for the Chinook League Lady Knights.


King’s

14

20

11

14

59

Nooksack Valley

16

7

15

14

52


King’s-Wikstrom 17, Strand 14, Zevenbergen 9, Burk 8, Galliher 4, Wine 4, Huebner 3. Nooksack Valley-Harter 15, Jackson 12, Dykstra 10, Robinson 7, Passe 6. 3-point goals-Wikstrom 2, Strand 1, Huebner 1, Robinson 1, Harter 1. JV score-King’s 56, Nooksack Valley 55 (OT). Records-King’s 2-0 overall; Nooksack Valley 0-1.

Archbishop Murphy 52, Granite Falls 48: Freshman Kat Taylor led Archbishop Murphy with 20 points and Lauren Coate sank the first of two free throws with 13 seconds remaining in the game to secure the victory. Coate finished with 12 points. Denise Wilbur, who helped Granite Falls cut an 18-point halftime lead to four points late in the fourth quarter, led the Tigers with 19 points.


Archbishop Murphy

9

17

10

16

52

Granite Falls

7

11

14

16

48


Archbishop Murphy-Duval 4, Terhar 10, Scott 2, Reynolds 2, Taylor 20, Coate 12. Granite Falls-Jensen 5, Quinn 2, Von Stubbe 2, Goss 2, Hardy 4, Wilbur 19, Wright 8. Kirchgessner 2, Rasch 4. 3-point goals-Terhar 2. Records-Archbishop Murphy 2-0 overall. Granite Falls 1-2.

Darrington 58, Concrete 47: Amy Jones scored 17 points and Becky Nations had 10 to lead the Loggers to the non-conference victory. Alicia Harris led Concrete with 15 points and eight rebounds.


Darrington

8

16

13

21

58

Concrete

14

11

4

17

47


Darrington-Perrault 6, Jones 17, Bryson 8, Padgett 4, Meece 5, Nations 10, Haywood 8, . Concrete-Massingale 14, Swanson 4, Hoover 7, Harris 15, Schooland 2, Noboa 4. 3-point goals-Massingale 2, Hoover 1, Jones 1. JV score-Darrington 48, Concrete 25. Records-Darrington 2-0 overall. Concrete 1-1.

Shoreline Christian 48, La Conner 23: Darcy Madison led all scorers with 23 points and teammate Brittany Van Hal grabbed 10 rebounds for Shoreline Christian in the non-conference victory.


Shoreline Christian

13

9

15

11

48

La Conner

3

8

6

6

23


Shoreline Christian-De Yager 3, Nelson 5, Smart 3, Madison 23, Maxwell 4, D. VanHal 8, B. VanHal 2. La Conner-Keel 5, Coonc 4, Troxell 1, Dunlap 4, Higgins 3, Springer 7. 3-point goals-Madison 1, Keel 1. Records-Shoreline Christian: 2-1 overall. La Conner: 0-2.

Quilcene 82, Master’s Touch 35: Joy Vanderpool scored 21 points and had eight rebounds and four steals for Master’s Touch, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a combined 66-point output by Quilcene’s Erin Burlingame, Kara Weed and Kelsey Bremer in a non-league game.


Quilcene

18

27

25

12

82

Master’s Touch

8

7

11

9

35


Quilcene-Burlingame, 26, Weed 24, Bremer 16, Goody 6, Bacon 4, Burns 2, Holman 2, Estfelder 2. Master’s Touch-Vanderpool 21, Brown 4, Smith 4, Williamson 3, Hutcheson 2, Spencer 1. 3-point goals-Vanderpool 2, Burlingame 1. Records-Master’s Touch 1-1 overall. Quilcene not reported.

Everett 95, Mount Vernon 84: Kyle Fankhauser won the 100-yard butterfly and was on two winning relays to lead Everett to the Wesco North victory. Danny Jensen captured the diving event and swam on a winning relay for Everett.

200 medley relay-Everett (Bigelow, Andre, Mason, Fankhauser) 159.40; 200 freestyle-Koopmans (MV) 2:06.06; 200 individual medley-Lindquist (MV) 2:15.70; 50 freestyle-Moberg (MV) 25.28; Diving-Jensen (E) 158.2; 100 butterfly-Fankhauser (E) 1:07.2; 100 freestyle-Lindquist (MV) 52.78; 500 freestyle-Koopens (MV) 6:04.31; 200 freestyle relay-Everett (Fankhauser, Jensen, June, Bigelow) 1.45.19; 100 backstroke-McCarty (MV) 1:09.95; 100 breaststroke-Botterholdt (MV) 1:22.44; 400 freestyle relay-Mount Vernon (Koopmans, McCarty, Moberg, Lindquist) 4:01.25. Records-Mount Vernon 0-1 league, 0-1 overall. Everett 1-0, 1-0.

Lake Stevens 107, Anacortes 68: Max Hinricksen captured two events and swam on two wining relays to lead the Vikings to the non-league victory.

200 medley relay-Lake Stevens (Collison, Todd, Stone, Hinricksen) 1:48.87; 200 freestyle-Stone (LS) 1:57.93; 200 individual medley-Hinricksen (LS) 1:57.26; 50 freestyle-Stone (LS) 23.95; Diving-Byers (LS) 146.10; 100 butterfly-Todd (LS) 59.85; 100 freestyle-Pyke (A) 1:11.43; 500 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) 5:10.30; 200 freestyle relay-Anacortes (Wray, Thomas, Orsini, Hood) 1:42.41; 100 backstroke-Collison (LS) 1:04.85; 100 breaststroke-Todd (LS) 1:09.57; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Brooke, Stone, Todd, Hinricksen) 3:36.43. Records-Anacortes 0-1 overall. Lake Stevens 1-0.

Marysville-Pilchuck 94, Kamiak 93: Trailing by a point going into the last relay race of the meet, Marysville-Pilchuck’s 400-yard freestyle relay team defeated Kamiaks’ to secure the non-conference win.

200 medley relay-Marysville-Pilchuck (Stepura, Nagle, Perrine, Kelly) 1:49.1; 200 freestyle-Weatherbie (K) 2:00.9; 200 individual medley-Drury (K) 2:09.9; 50 freestyle-Pepin (MP) :23.5; Diving-Craig (MP) 195.4; 100 butterfly-Stepura (MP) 1:01.8; 100 freestyle-Danielf (K) :52.9; 500 freestyle-Weatherbie (K) 5:22.2; 200 freestyle relay-Marysville-Pilchuck (Nagle, Goulet, Kelly, Pepin) 1:37.2; 100 backstroke-Drury (K) :58.5; 100 breaststroke-Nagle (MP) 1:08.8; 400 freestyle relay-Marysville-Pilchuck (Erickson, Perrine, Stepura, Pepin) 3:37.8. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 1-0 overall. Kamiak 0-1.

Mercer Island 106, Snohomish 80: Ben Easton won the 50-yard freestyle and swam legs on two winning relays to lead Mercer Island in its season opener. Mercer Island swam state qualifying times in the 100 butterfly, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relays. Andy Ferguson swam a state qualifying time of 1:49.55 in the 200 freestyle for Snohomish.

200 medley relay-Mercer Island (Sussex, Hay, Carma, Strand) 1:47:40; 200 freestyle-Ferguson (Sno) 1:49.55**; 200 individual medley-McMillan (Sno) 2:09.21; 50 freestyle-Easton (Sno) 24.31; Diving-Elander (Sno) 194.25; 100 butterfly-Sussex (MI) 54.98* 100 freestyle-Martin (MI) 51.88; 500 freestyle-Ferguson (Snol) 5:08.91; 200 freestyle relay-Mercer Island (Sussex, Carma, Siek, Easton) 1:33.24*; 100 backstroke-Pedack (Sno) 1:01.04; 100 breaststroke-Bernauer (Sno) 1:09.89; 400 freestyle relay-Mercer Island (Sussex, Wong, Strand, Easton) 3:29.93*. Records-Mercer Island 1-0 overall. Snohomish 0-1.

*Class 3A state meet qualifying time.

** Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

Jackson 118, Stanwood 53: Peter Mullins scored wins as part of two relay teams and in the 200-yard freestyle and 100 breaststroke events for Jackson in the non-conference meet.

200 medley relay-Jackson (Warren, Mullins, P. Wang, Chivers) 1:49.34; 200 freestyle-Mullins, P. (Jackson) 2:00.40; 200 individual medley-Pleasant (Jackson) 2:12.26; 50 freestyle-Glad (Stanwood) 24.17; 100 butterfly-Ramos (Jackson) 1:02.31; 100 freestyle-Tracy (Jackson) 53.06; 500 freestyle-Pope (Stanwood) 6:11.46; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Pleasant, Ramos, Mullins, A. Tracy) 1:44.49; 100 backstroke-Warren (Jackson) 59.09; 100 breaststroke-Mullins, P. (Jackson) 1:02.74; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Mullins, P., Warren, Chivers, Tracy) 3:43.84. Records-Stanwood 0-1 overall. Jackson 1-0.

Mountlake Terrace 104, Lynden 63: Walter Dickson, with wins in the 50-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly events, led Mountlake Terrace to non-conference meet victories over Lynden, Sedro-Woolley and Burlington-Edison. Mountlake Terrace defeated Sedro-Woolley 139-35 and Burlington-Edison 125-43.

200 medley relay-Mountlake Terrace (Shively, Williams, Lee, Andrews) 2:03.40; 200 freestyle-Andrews (MT) 2:20.14; 200 individual medley-Wilkins-Haigh (MT) 2:33.18; 50 freestyle-Dickson (MT) 24.99; 100 butterfly-Dickson (MT) 1:10.65; 100 freestyle-Wilkins-Haigh (MT) 56.44; 500 freestyle-Louws (L) 6:17.30; 200 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Dickson, Wilkins-Haigh, Shively, Forsberg) 1:43.70; 100 backstroke-Hartwell (L) 1:04.52; 100 breaststroke-Bergman (L) 1:01.70*; 400 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Dickson, Forsberg, Andrews, Wilkins-Haigh) 4:06.60. Records-Mountlake Terrace: 3-0 overall.

*Class 3A state-meet qualifying time.

Meadowdale 109, Squalicum 69: Meadowdale’s Jon Keane won both the 200-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly, while also leading the Maverick’s 200 medley relay team to victory to propel Meadowdale to a win over Squalicum and a 105-76 win over Bellingham in a non-conference double-dual meet.

200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Keane, Shiu, Asp, Boyce) 1:53.9; 200 freestyle-Keane (M) 1:55.7; 200 individual medley-McCallen (S) 2:09.9; 50 freestyle-Boyce (M) :55.0; Diving-Sandberg (S) 136.8; 100 butterfly-Keane (M) 1:01.2; 100 freestyle-Cohlter (S) :55.2; 500 freestyle-McCallen (M) 5:09.8; 200 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Bahl, Bushman, Votaw, Connelly) 1:52.5; 100 backstroke-Ruther (S) 1:09.7; 100 breaststroke-Shiu (M) 1:09.4; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Asp, Boyce, Shiu, Keane) 3:48.7. Records-Meadowdale 2-0 overall. Squalicum 0-1, Bellingham 0-1.

Oak Harbor 95, Sehome 88: Teammates Jason Hunter and David Swoish each won two individual events for Oak Harbor in the non-conference meet.

200 medley relay-Sehome (Johnson, Gearhart, McEthron, Duppenthaler) 2:01.75; 200 freestyle-Hunter (OH) 2:11.98; 200 individual medley-Johnson (S) 2:20.95; 50 freestyle-D. Swoish (OH) 26.37; Diving-Youngberg (S) 171.35 points; 100 butterfly-Ciminski (OH) 1:04.22; 100 freestyle-D. Swoish (OH) 57.83; 500 freestyle-Hunter (OH) 6:00.35; 200 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Ciminski, Ray, D. Swoish, Hunter) 1:50.31; 100 backstroke-Johnson (S) 1:04.05*; 100 breaststroke-McEthron (S) 1:17.14; 400 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Hunter, P. Swoish, Wiley, D. Swoish) 4:15.95. Records-Oak Harbor: 1-0 overall.

* Class 3A state-meet qualifying time.

Oak Harbor 62, Kamiak 9: Patrick O’Brien pinned his opponent in just over a minute to help Oak Harbor claim the non-league win.

103-Magana (OH) won by forfeit; 112-Lang (OH) pinned Johnston, 1:45; 119-Garcia (OH) pinned Munro, 1:24; 125-Lemme (OH) pinned Byers, 3:44; 130-Pruss (OH) dec. McCoy, 3-2; 135-Nichols (OH) pinned Munoz, 2:41; 140-Yasuda (K) dec. Comiche, 8-7; 145-Taflinger (OH) won by technical fall over Juigenjai, 15-0; 152-Thompson (OH) pinned VanDriessche, 3:20; 160-Marin (OH) dec. Hughes, 5-3; 171-O’Brien (OH) pinned Varg, 1:03; 189-Kunkel (K) pinned Ward, 1:18; 215-Whiteman (OH) dec. Quarrie, 6-5; 275-Hogan (OH) pinned Cox, 1:26. Records-Oak Harbor 2-0 overall. Kamiak 0-1.

Snohomish 44, Mariner 27: Corey Cummins pinned his opponent with 27 seconds remaining in the first round for the first of five straight Snohomish victories. Aaron Johnson and Trent Tuiasosopo had pins to lead Mariner.

103-Hise (Sno) won by forfeit; 112-Murray (Mar) dec. Ferrin, 12-6; 119-Cummins (Sno) pinned Ward, :27 1st round; 125-Castle (Mar) dec. Gleason, 15-9; 130-Christensen (Sno) pinned Val, 1:19 1st round; 135-McDonnell (Sno) pinned Brazier, 1:15 1st round; 140-Gere (Sno) dec. Dunn, 18-14. 145-L. Stach (Sno) won by technical fall Aldrich; 152-Kihm (Sno) pinned Miller, 1:20 2nd round; 160-N. Burke (Sno) pinned Varga, :08 1st round; 171-Evans (Mar) dec. Bond, 11-2; 189-Martinez (Mar) dec. B. Burke 10-6; 215-Johnson (Mar) pinned Sigurson, :04 1st round; 275-Tuiasosopo (Mar) pinned M. Stach :50 2nd round. Records-Snohomish 2-0 overall. Mariner 0-2-1.

Stanwood 57, Meadowdale 14: First-round pins by Stanwood’s Scott Houston, Nick Rodgers, Joe Webb, Mike Bear and Steve Redmond led the Spartans to a second-straight dual meet win. Micah Perrin of Meadowdale pinned his opponent in the 103 weight class.

103-Perrin (Meadowdale) pinned Barnes, 3:56; 112-Brown (Stanwood) dec. Seeley, 14-5; 119-Smith (Stanwood) won by forfeit; 125-Blomgren (Meadowdale) dec. Willmasser, 15-4; 130-Primacio, D. (Meadowdale) dec. Cornett, 12-2; 135-Houston (Stanwood) pinned Miller, S.,:30; 140-Scott (Stanwood) pinned Forester, 3:50; 145-Rodgers (Stanwood) pinned Little, :20; 152-Webb (Stanwood) pinned Rothfus, :51; 160-Olson (Stanwood) dec. Primacio, K., 4-0; 171-Floyd (Stanwood) dec. Bidmore, 14-3; 189-Jones (Stanwood) dec. Miller, D., 13-5; 215-Bear (Stanwood) pinned Power, :55; 275-Redmond (Stanwood) pinned Harbison, 1:06. Records-Stanwood 2-0 overall. Meadowdale 0-2.

Squalicum 47, Shorewood 21: Shorewood’s Matt Desjarden got the fastest pin of the non-league meet just 25 seconds into the meet-opening match at 215 pounds.

103-Costello (Squalicum) pinned Meyers, D., :45; 112-Ferris (Shorewood) pinned Corrigan, 1:08; 119-Cutrer (Squalicum) won by technical fall over Meyers, C, 20-4.; 125-O’Brien (Squalicum) won by technical fall over Sanders, 20-5; 130-Robinson (Squalicum) dec. Chang, 12-1; 135-Webb, M. (Squalicum) dec. Wyman, 11-2; 140-Webb, N. (Squalicum) dec. Rosenkranz, 8-5; 145-Michelson (Squalicum) pinned Miranda, 1:59; 152-Payne (Shorewood) dec. Nowaski, 12-7; 160-Neilson (Squalicum) dec. McPherson, 7-6; 171-Wyatt (Shorewood) pinned Haddock, 2:38; 189-Van Pelt (Squalicum) won by forfeit; 215-Desjarden (Shorewood) pinned Mankie, :25; 275-Ramierez (Squalicum) pinned Klosterman, 3:25. Records-Shorewood 0-1 overall. Squalicum 2-0.

Bellingham 35, Shorecrest 34: After losing the first four matches, Bellingham rallied behind three consecutive pins by Tino Perez (275 pounds), Mike Woodruff (103) and Levi Blakeway (112) on its way to capturing seven straight matches. Shorecrest, which took three of the first four matches by pins, won the non-league meet’s final three matches.

103-Woodruff (Bell) pinned Cliney, 1:15 1st round; 112-Blakeway (Bell) pinned Hamanishi, :29 3rd round; 119-Banis (Bell) dec. Murphy, 7-0; 125-Crawford (Bell) won by forfeit; 130-Nakata (SC) dec. Oswald, 8-6; 135-Castillo (SC) dec. Lawsen, 13-10; 140-Lanctot (SC) dec. Gainor, 17-5; 145-Davis (SC) pinned Beven 1:36 2nd round; 152-Rel (SC) pinned Davidson, :21 1st round; 160-Mante (SC) pinned Parks, 1:26 2nd round; 171-Meske (SC) pinned Desranlau :05 1st round; 189-Vlahos (Bell) dec. Edwards, 11-1; 215-Mellahan (Bell) dec. Reiven, 15-5; 275-Perez (Bell) pinned Tashjian, :10 1st round. Records-Shorecrest 0-1 overall. Bellingham 1-0.

Mountlake Terrace 63, Sehome 17: Mountlake Terrace captain Joe Kim led off the non-conference meet with a pin at 51 seconds of the second round.

103-Gentry (MT) won by forfeit; 112-McVay (MT) p. White 1:12; 119-Stevenson (MT) p. Haas 3:15; 125-Velize (S) won by forfeit; 130-Gerry (S) won by forfeit; 135-Spadola (MT) p. Bowen 1:23; 140-Comeau (MT) won by forfeit; 145-Jansson (MT) p. Mathews :20; 152-Kim (MT) p. McKinley 2:51; 160-Garton (MT) dec. Griffin-Hunt 6-1; 171-Durban (S) won by tech. fall over Westergard 19-0; 189-Liu (MT) won by forfeit; 215-Stacks (MT) p. Everidge 1:25; 275-Olsen (MT) won by forfeit. Records-Mountlake Terrace: 2-0 overall. Sehome: 0-2.

Edmonds-Woodway 46, Monroe 31: Mike Studley, Willie Ward and Chris Johnson all recorded pins for Monroe in the non-conference meet.

103-Bruduiki (E-W) won by forfeit; 112-Cagley (E-W) p. Pwedt 1:37; 119-Triew (E-W) p. Shepard 1:27; 125-Hadreas (E-W) p. Jacobson 1:54; 130-Korbien (E-W) p. McKenzie 2:29; 135-Studley (M) p. Alfi 3:00; 140-Ward (M) p. White 1:15; 145-Johnson (M) p. Hoffman :51; 152-Hanchett (E-W) dec. Vasquez 17-5; 160-Curry (M) p. Brendenmuld 1:27; 171-Anceria (M) dec. Howard 15-3; 189-Reid (E-W) p. Hopkins 1:55; 215-Olson (E-W) p. Schweitzer :51; 275-Schumpert (M) dec. Sadowski 7-2. Records-Edmonds-Woodway: 1-1 overall. Monroe: 0-2.

Everett 63, Lynden 15: Brian Turner pinned his opponent in 11 seconds to lead Everett to the non-conference victory at Lynden High School.

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