Kamiak gets by Monroe

Herald staff

MUKILTEO – Lindsey Page and Christina Peterson scored 18 points apiece to lead Kamiak to a 56-49 victory over Monroe in a non-conference game Friday.

Page, who scored 12 points in the first half on 60 percent shooting, also had 11 rebounds.

Kamiak jumped out to a quick first-half lead before Monroe came roaring back to tie the score. Kamiak went into the half leading 32-22. Monroe rallied back to take a one-point lead in the fourth quarter, but Peterson hit a 3-point goal to give the Knights the lead for good.


Monroe-Muhammad 15, Oh 10, Curtis 10, Johnson 9, Keck 4, C. Oh 1. Kamiak-Larsen 6, Black 7, McDonnell 5, Peterson 18, Jenkins 2. 3-point goals-Peterson 3, C. Oh 2, Johnson 1, Muhammad 3. JV score-Monroe 46, Kamiak 35. Records-Monroe 1-1 overall. Kamiak 2-0 .

  • Oak Harbor 79, Sedro-Woolley 49: Marcy Manibusan scored a game-high 20 points for Oak Harbor in the non-league game. Shirley Spears added 14 for the Wildcats.


    Sedro-Woolley

    11

    11

    12

    15

    49

    Oak Harbor

    23

    13

    16

    27

    79


    Sedro-Woolley-Cheadle 2, Sandelin 4, Hyatt 21, Schiefelbein 6, Hawkings 4, Bauman 5, Winters 7. Oak Harbor-Bull 8, Hartman 13, Brundidge 4, Manibusan 20, King 12, Bratt 1, Philips 2, Boon 5, Spears 14. 3-point goals-Hartman 2, Manibusan 3. JV score-not reported. Records-Oak Harbor 1-1 overall. Sedro-Woolley 0-2.

  • Cascade 67, Mount Vernon 52: Kayla Huss led the Bruins to the non-conference victory by scoring 24 points.


    Mount Vernon

    9

    14

    15

    14

    52

    Cascade

    13

    18

    15

    21

    67


    Mount Vernon-Burns 5, Lind 13, Hayton 2, Maracich 10, Valentine 10, Anderson 1, Lorenz 2, Borden 9. Cascade-Huss 24, Lienhard 2, Bekins 2, Adams 3, Sullivan 16, Sevidge 2, Anderson 9, Smoke. 3-point goals-Huss 3, Lind 3, Maracich 2, Adams 1, Sullivan 1. JV-Cascade def. Mount Vernon. Records-Cascade 2-0 overall. Mount Vernon 1-1.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck, Everett 26: Annie Bradley scored 13 points and Ashleigh Ross scored 10 to lead the Tomahawks in a non-conference game. Tracy Webber scored 13 for Everett.


    Everett

    5

    8

    3

    10

    26

    Marysville-Pilchuck

    19

    13

    10

    12

    54


    Everett-Bjella 4, Webber 13, Barton 1, Olson 2, Hill 2, Huth 3, Raab 1. Marysville-Pilchuck-Bradley 13, Howell 5, Duce 2, Coverdale 6, Doolen 5, Ancheta 5, Smith 8, Ross 10. 3-point goals-Bradley 3, Howell 1, Doolen 1, Webber 2. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 57, Everett 25. Records-Everett 0-2 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-1.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 57, Lynnwood 34: The Warriors forced 26 turnovers in the non-league victory.


    Lynnwood

    8

    11

    6

    9

    34

    Edmonds-Woodway

    11

    15

    18

    13

    57


    Lynnwood-Chomos 6, Nash 6, Hunsinger 6, Quast 5, Ayres 4, Pratt 2, Filipo 2, Owen 2, Pitts 1. Edmonds-Woodway-T. Adix 12, Hitchner 11, Allen 8, Bordeaux 7, Brown 6, Gifford 5, Woodard 4, T. Adix 2, Harter 2. 3-point goals-Hichner 1, Gifford 1, Bordeaux 1, Quast 1. JV-Lynnwood def. Edmonds-Woodway. Records-Lynnwood 0-1 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 1-1.

  • Snohomish 60, Jackson 34: Snohomish outscored Jackson by 30 points in the second and third quarters of the non-conference game. Anne Bailey and Tiffany Speer each scored 12 points to lead the Panthers.


    Jackson

    7

    8

    6

    13

    34

    Snohomish

    9

    24

    20

    7

    60


    Jackson-Baller 2, Arango 5, McClanahan 2, Freimuth 9, Onken 2, Shadle 10, Eisinger 4. Snohomish-Barstow 2, Cornwell 4, Staley 4, Hopkins 9, Judy 5, Markey 10, Thompson 2, Bailey 12, Speer 12. 3-point goals-Cornwell 1, Hopkins 1, Judy 1, Markey 2. JV-Snohomish def. Jackson. Records-Snohomish 1-1 overall. Jackson 0-2.

  • Stanwood 45, Sehome 44: Tina Donahue had 21 points and sank two free throws in the closing seconds to lead the Spartans to the non-conference victory.


    Stanwood

    7

    13

    15

    10

    45

    Sehome

    12

    11

    2

    19

    44


    Stanwood-Abrams 1, Amundson 2, Karkberg 7, Leatherman 12, Urneff 2, Donahue 21. Sehome-K. Weadon 12, J. Weadon 2, Stevenson 14, Frey 7, Crowley 5, McEvoy 3, Bomont 1. 3-point goals-Leatherman 3, Donahue 2, Stevenson 1, Frey 1. JV score-Sehome 35, Stanwood 23. Records-Stanwood 1-1 overall. Sehome 0-2.

  • Lake Stevens 55, Burlington-Edison 50: Chelsey Holloway had 31 points, 11 rebounds and six blocked shots to lead the Vikings to the non-conference victory. Kelly Bay also chipped in 16 points, seven rebounds and five assists for Lake Stevens.


    Burlington-Edison

    10

    13

    11

    16

    50

    Lake Stevens

    12

    13

    10

    20

    55


    Burlington-Edison-Kilburn 4, Petrzelka 3, Warren 13, Dann 15, Doyle 1, Brester 1, Schenke 8, Carabba 5. Lake Stevens-Baldwin 4, Russum 2, Kelley 2, Bay 16, Holloway 31. 3-point goals-Petrzelka 1, Warren 1, Dann 3, Carabba 1. JV score-Not reported. Records-Burlington-Edison 1-1 overall. Lake Stevens 2-0 .

  • Coupeville 61, South Whidbey 55: Coupeville used a 31-point second quarter to hang on for the non-conference victory and were led by Brianne King’s 24 points.


    South Whidbey

    10

    16

    10

    19

    55

    Coupeville

    12

    31

    10

    8

    61


    South Whidbey-Robinson 6, Gabelein 18, Gutzmer 3, Watson 2, Poolman 1, Wick 24, Johnson. Coupeville-E. Young 4, Townstin 2, Ellsworth-Bagbe 12, L. Young 1, Lamb, King 24, Shelly 5, Taylor 5, Warder 4. 3-point goals-King 4, Shelly 1. JV score-South Whidbey 50, Coupeville 29. Records-Coupeville 1-1 overall. South Whidbey 0-1.

  • Archbishop Murphy 43, LaSalle 24: Archbishop Murphy improved its home winning streak to 36 games with the non-league victory. Freshman Jamie Lyons scored 13 points to help keep the streak alive for the Wildcats.


    LaSalle

    8

    3

    4

    9

    24

    Archbishop Murphy

    9

    11

    13

    10

    43


    LaSalle-Burch 11, Schoff 9, Cornell 2, Wall 2. Archbishop Murphy-Lyons 13, Coate 6, Kr. Turner 6, Terhar 6, Bookey 5, Linscott 2, Ka. Turner 2, Dubal 1, Furnas 1, Reynolds 1. 3-point goals– Terhar 2, Schoff 1, Lyons 1. JV-Archbishop Murphy def. LaSalle. Records-LaSalle 0-1 overall. Archbishop Murphy 2-0.

  • Friday Harbor 40, Lopez 38: Krysta Brem led Friday Harbor with 13 points in the non-league game. Teammate Erica Percich had 11 points and 16 rebounds, while Katie Earley had 10 steals for the Wolverines. Lauren Savage led Lopez with 20 points.


    Friday Harbor

    4

    11

    14

    11

    40

    Lopez

    15

    9

    11

    3

    38


    Friday Harbor-Reitan 1, Carlton 2, Earley 9, Peterman 4, Brem 13, Percich 11. Lopez-Marsnak 4, Jones 4, Chicousky 3, Savage 20, Elings 2, Dalton 5. 3-point goals-Savage 1, Brem 1. Records-Friday Harbor 1-0 overall. Lopez 0-1.

  • Nooksack Valley 60, King’s 42: In a non-conference game, Nooksack Valley was led by Devon Dykstra with 26 points. King’s was outscored 20-6 at the free-throw line.


    King’s

    9

    9

    15

    9

    42

    Nooksack Valley

    6

    17

    22

    15

    60


    King’s– Trias 11, Burk 6, Huebner 5, Kheriaty 5, Strand 4, Nordtvedt 4, Wikstom 4, Wine 2, Galliher 1. Nooksack Valley-Dykstra 26, Jackson 13, Harder 10, Mitchell 6, Handy 4, Wilburn 2. 3-point goals-Trias 1, Kheriatyl 1. JV score-Nooksack Valley 33, King’s 31. Records-Nooksack Valley 1-0 overall. King’s 0-1.

  • Snohomish Count Christian 47, Quilcene 26: Siri Brekka scored 15 points to lead the Lions to the non-conference victory.


    Quilcene

    0

    11

    7

    8

    26

    S.C.C.S.

    14

    15

    10

    8

    47


    Quilcene-Brewer 4, Weed 11, Monroe 3, Bacon 2, Holmon 4, Elswicoe 2. S.C.C.S.-S. Brekka 15, Farnham 8, Forswell 6, Tran 10, R. Brekka 4, Oakland 4. 3-point goals-Brewer 1. Records-S.C.C.S. 1-0 overall. Quilcene 0-1.

  • Shoreline Christian 53, Cedar Park Christian 14: Darcy Madison scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Shoreline Christian to the victory in the Seattle Lutheran tournament.


    Cedar Park Christian

    2

    2

    2

    8

    14

    Shoreline Christian

    22

    10

    6

    15

    53


    Cedar Park Christian-Janes 6, Kirkland 4, Cox 2, Faast 2. Shoreline Christian-Madison 19, Nudelman 10, VanHal 10, Nelson 6, Hodges 4, MacPherson 4. Records-Shoreline Christian 1-0 overall. Cedar Park Christian 0-1.

  • Master’s Touch 33, Seattle Academy 28: Master’s Touch’s Joy Vanderpool scored 10 points to lead her team to the non-conference victory.


    Master’s Touch

    6

    4

    7

    16

    33

    Seattle Academy

    7

    2

    10

    9

    28


    Master’s Touch-Sharp 3, Esser 2, H. Findlay 5, Brown 2, B. Findlay 8, Vandrerpool 10, Turner 3. Seattle Academy-Erickson 13, Freeman 2, Laffon, Tomlinson 8. 3-point goals-Laffon 1. Records-Master’s Touch 1-0 overall. Seattle Academy 0-1.

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