M-P girls sink Bothell

Herald staff

BOTHELL – The Marysville Tomahawks led the game from beginning to end with a 69-62 victory in a girls non-conference basketball game Saturday night.

The Tomahawks had to call upon their free throw shooting in the fourth quarter with the Cougars fouling them every time they touched the ball.

The Tommies were 13-for-19 at the line in the fourth quarter and 23-for-33 for the game.

“We made a lot of our free throws when we had to make them,” assistant M-P coach Emil Whitman said.

The Tomahawks were lead by the trio of Jocylin Duce scoring 11 points, Lisa Howell with 11 and Bibiana Ancheta with 18 points and six rebounds.

LeAnn Johnson tried to keep the Cougars close by scoring 18 points with four 3-point shots.


Marysville-Pilchuck-Kaveney 3, Bradley 8, Hopp 2, Howell 11, Duce 11, Zamora 1, Coverdale 2, Ancheta 18, Smith 9, Roth 4. Bothell-Kmiecik 10, Johnson 18, Corbin 7, Musseau, Zubiuch 10, Automan 3, Behreds 12. 3-point goals-Kaveney 1, Bradley 2, Howell 2, Duce 3, Johnson 4. JV score-M-P 61, Bothell 40. Records-Marysville Pilchuck 4-1 overall. Bothell 1-3.

  • Granite Falls 50, Mount Baker 49: Denise Wilbur had 16 points, six rebounds, four steals, and made the winning shot at the buzzer to lead Granite Falls to the North Cascade Conference victory.


    Mount Baker

    14

    11

    10

    14

    49

    Granite Falls

    11

    11

    17

    11

    50


    Mount Baker-Ambrose 12, Kennedy 3, K. Postelwait 2, Galbraith 2, Flannery 2, L. Postelwait 10, Van Brocklin 12, Maricle 2, Auguston 4. Granite Falls-Allison 2, Getz 6, Getchell 2, Goss 3, Geary 8, Wilbur 16, Wright 6, Willard 7. 3-point goals-Ambrose 2, L. Postelwait 2, Wilbur 1. JV-Mount Baker def. Granite Falls. Records-Mount Baker 1-1 league, 2-2 overall. Granite Falls 1-0, 1-2.

  • Meridian 47, Lakewood 43: Stephanie Anderson scored 13 points and Shaketta Teasley had seven rebounds to lead Lakewood in the North Cascades loss.


    Lakewood

    10

    11

    7

    15

    -43

    Meridian

    13

    11

    8

    15

    -47


    Lakewood-Black 6, S. Anderson 13, A. Anderson 8, McFarland 6, Ludington 4, Teasley 3, Guske 3. Meridian-Stockton 6, Brandt 4, DeVries 5, Coulp 3, Pederson 7, Olson 7, Rainer 2, Bennett 13. 3-point goals-Stockton 1, DeVries 1, McFarland 2, Guske 1. JV score-Lakewood 49, Meridian 23. Records-Lakewood 1-1 league, 2-2 overall. Meridian 1-1, 2-1.

  • South Whidbey 63, Sultan 45: Hilary Wick scored 16 points and had eight rebounds to lead South Whidbey to the North Cascades Conference victory. Lola Nelson scored 15 points and Natalia Valdez had 14 to lead Sultan.


    Sultan

    10

    6

    16

    13

    45

    South Whidbey

    13

    19

    17

    14

    63


    Sultan-Brown 5, Nelson 15, Valdez 14, Graham 5, Cramer 6. South Whidbey-Skouras 4, J. Robinson 8, K. Robinson 3, Binford 6, Gabelein 6, Gutzmer 8, Poolman 8, Wick 16, Johnson 4. 3-point goals-none. JV-South Whidbey def. Sultan. Records-Sultan 0-2 in league, 1-3 overall. South Whidbey 1-1, 2-2.

  • Riverside Christian 55, Shoreline Christian 48: Kate Nudelman and Darcy Madison each scored 17 points for Shoreline Christian in the non-conference loss. The Crusaders were leading 41-37 going into the fourth quarter. Riverside Christian made 10 of 15 free throws in the quarter.


    Riverside Christian

    15

    16

    6

    18

    55

    Shoreline Christian

    18

    11

    12

    7

    48


    Riverside Christian-Shuel 8, Brown 4, Shively 3, Wolverton 5, Mathias 14, Horsley 2, Uhlman 19. Shoreline Christian-Nudelman 17, Hodges 3, Madison 17, Van Hal 11. 3-point goals-none. JV score-Shoreline Christian 44, Riverside Christian 21. Records-Riverside Christian 3-1 overall. Shoreline Christian 4-1.

  • Bush 51, Grace Academy 26: Tiffany Howard scored nine points and Jamie Short had five steals to lead Grace Academy in the non-conference loss.


    Bush

    9

    8

    15

    19

    51

    Grace Academy

    10

    4

    2

    10

    26


    Bush-Rigas 3, Hyde 8, Vinnedge 4, Childs 2, Phillips 9, Ferrin 5, Combardo 2, Lolsan 12, Carpental 6. Grace Academy-Calvin 2, Holt 5, Setzer 2, Short 2, T. Howard 9, C. Howard 6. 3-point goals-none. Records-Bush 2-2 overall. Grace Academy 3-2.

  • Master’s Touch 54, Quilcene 35: Brianna Findlay scored 12 points and Joy Vander Pool scored 11 to lead Master’s Touch to the non-conference victory.


    Master’s Touch

    13

    12

    19

    10

    54

    Quilcene

    6

    13

    8

    8

    35


    Master’s Touch-Brooke Sharp 4. Esser 8, H. Findlay 8, Brown 3, Breanna Sharp 4, B. Findlay 12, Van Pool 11, Turner 4. Quilcene-Brewer 14, Weed 5, Alcafaras 3, Bacon 9, Holman 4. 3-point goals-Alcafaras 1, Bacon 1, Vander Pool 1. – Records-Master’s Touch 2-1 overall. Quilcene not reported.

  • Lynden Christian 61, South Whidbey 31: Hilary Wick scored 10 points to lead the Falcons in the North Cascades Conference loss on Friday night.


    South Whidbey

    8

    11

    7

    5

    31

    Lynden Christian

    16

    13

    18

    13

    61


    South Whidbey-Skouras 2, Robinson 7, Binfor 3, Gabelein 2, Gutzmer 6, Poolman 3, Wick 10. Lynden Christian-Bajemea 2, Boustorm 6, Haggren 16, Kramer 2, T. De Boer 8, L. DeBoer 7, Timmermans 7, Vandenhoak 9. 3-point goals-Robinson 1, T. Deboer 1. JV-LC defeated SW. Records-South Whidbey 0-1 in league, 1-2 overall. Lynden Christian 1-0, 2-0.

  • Oak Harbor 53, Lake Stevens 43: Josh Brown scored 18 points and Chad Riepma had 13 to lead Oak Harbor to the non-conference win. Lance Barton scored 17 points for Lake Stevens.


    Lake Stevens

    5

    14

    13

    11

    43

    Oak Harbor

    13

    8

    10

    22

    53


    Lake Stevens-Roundy 8, Graham 8, Russum 4, Miller 6, Barton 17. Oak Harbor-Gooding 2, Hall 5, Denton 7, Bull 8, Brown 18, Riepma 13. 3-point goals-Brown 2, Bull 1, Denton 1, Roundy 2, Russum 1. JV score-Lake Stevens def. Oak Harbor. Records-Lake Stevens 2-3 overall. Oak Harbor 1-4.

  • Sultan 45, South Whidbey 43: Brandon Agnew scored five points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead the Turks to the North Cascades Conference victory.


    South Whidbey

    15

    12

    10

    6

    43

    Sultan

    11

    6

    17

    11

    45


    South Whidbey-B. Gabelein 4, Perkins 2, Ellis 4, T. Gabelein 22, Gathings 2, Turner 9. Sultan-Wilcox 1, Cotterill 8, Los Lauren 4, Powers 3, Nelson 9, Agnew 5, Hernandez 15. JV score-South Whidbey 54, Sultan 52. Records-South Whidbey 0-2 in league, 0-4 overall. Sultan 1-1, 2-3.

  • Darrington 62, Mount Vernon JV 48: Bryce Boyd scored 22 points to lead Darrington to the non-conference victory.


    Mount Vernon JV

    17

    7

    6

    18

    48

    Darrington

    16

    10

    17

    19

    62


    Mount Vernon JV-Martin 8, Rindall 5, Johnson 13, Kutz 2, Carillo 9, Scott 11. Darrington-Hall 8, Schillhammer 4, McCoy 2, Grimer 7, Massingale 15, Bogart 4, Boyd 22. 3-point goals-Rindall 1, Scott 3, Hall 1, Grimer 2, Massingale 1. JV score-Mount Vernon Sophomores 53, Darrington 52. Records-Darrington 3-0 overall.

  • Shoreline Christian 59, Riverside Christian 34: Senior captain Dustian DeKoekkoek scored 18 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead Shoreline Christian.


    Riverside Christian

    6

    8

    8

    12

    34

    Shoreline Christian

    19

    14

    13

    13

    59


    Riverside Christian-Jaeckel 3, McKinney 7, Horsley 7, Ocker 7, P. Tompkins 4, K. Tompkins 2, Grahm 2. Shoreline Christian-Broekhuis 9, Prins 8, Womelsduff 4, DeKoekkoek 18, Hicks 2, House 4, Firnell 4, Groen 10. 3-point goals-Jaeckel 1, McKinney 1, Broekhuis 1. JV score-Shoreline Christian 55, Riverside Christian 39. Records-Riverside Christian 2-2 overall. Shoreline Christian 5-0.

  • Bellevue Christian 48, Friday Harbor 41: Rick Lartz scored 17 points and Shane Coulter had 14 points, nine rebounds and three blocked shots for Friday Harbor in the non-conference loss.


    Bellevue Christian

    8

    17

    11

    12

    48

    Friday Harbor

    8

    12

    14

    7

    41


    Bellevue Christian-Biege 4, Oswald 4, Baranowski 15, Downs 6, Campbell 4, Visser 2, Kent 10, Dean 3. Friday Harbor-Williams 6, Posenjak 4, Coulter 14, Lartz 17. 3-point goals-Kent 1. JV score-Bellevue Christian 76, Friday Harbor 55. Records-Friday Harbor 4-1 overall. Bellevue Christian not reported.

  • Bush 53, Grace Academy 43: Ryan Andrews scored 12 points and pulled down 12 rebounds and teammate Aaron Norton had 21 points for Grace Academy in the non-conference game.


    Bush

    9

    14

    12

    18

    53

    Grace Academy

    6

    17

    13

    7

    43


    Bush-Uman 2, Niccolls 12, De. McClain 6, Dw. McClain 4, Wald 6, Barclay 13. Grace Academy-Vogus 6, Andrews 12, Norton 21, Stocks 4. JV score-Bush 57, Grace Academy 55 OT. Records-Bush not reported. Grace Academy 3-2 overall.

  • Lopez 69, Lummi 53: Jason Buffum had a triple double with 38 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists to lead Lopez to the Northwest B League victory.


    Lopez

    20

    8

    21

    20

    69

    Lummi

    12

    5

    9

    12

    53


    Lopez-Seifert 9, Silkiss-Hero 4, Buffum 38, Cashule 7, Foley 6, Franko 1, Doss 4. Lummi-Clark 21, Jumes 12, L. Lawrence 3, Sulamm 4, Bob 4, I. Lawrence 3, Lechga 2, Kielx 4. 3-point goals-Clark 4, Jumes 1, L. Lawrence 1, I. Lawrence 1, Buffum 1. Records-Lopez 3-2 overall. Lummi not reported.

  • Holiday Wrestling Tournament: Everett captured first in the tournament with 197 points followed by Juanita in second with 166.5 points.

    103-Kyle McCarron (Juanita); 112-John Phimasanne (Juanita); 119-Tom Buck (Kentlake); 125-Jeremy Darling (Port Angles); 130-Adam McGrath (Juanita); 135-David King (Everett), Joe Sutter (Kentlake); 140-Rusty Pruden (Everett); 145-Tyler Chelone (Mariner); 152-Matt Symons (Everett); 160-Davis Graney (Kentlake); 171-Cecilio Martinez (Mariner); 189-Jason Hawkings (Everett); 215-Jeff Savage (Kentlake); 275-Brian Jones (Everett).

  • Bellevue Christian Tournament: Darren Holt placed second at 103 pounds for Darrington at the tournament. Kyle Stevens placed fourth at 130 pounds and Jordan Padget, at 135 pounds, also placed fourth for Darrington.

  • Decatur 40, Marysville Pilchuck 25: Nick Delbrouk pinned his opponent for the Tomahawks in the third round when he was trailing 9-0.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 62, River Ridge 12: Marc Remey and Dom Harris both scored technical falls for the Tomahawks to lead them to the victory.

  • Lynnwood 35, Federal Way 34: Reese Cogdill and Josh Martin scored major decisions to pull out the victory for the Royals.

  • WF West 45, Lynnwood 24: Kyle Hayward (112 pounds) scored a 16-1 technical fall for Lynnwood.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 48, Lynnwood 30: Tyler Dormaier pinned his opponent 52 seconds into the second round to lead the Tomahawks to the victory. Joel Middelman pinned Tony Botelho 1:15 in the third round for the Royals.

    103-Hanks (MP) won by forfeit; 112-Hayward (L) pinned Ryan :52 first; 119-Mittelman (L) pinned Botelho 1:15 third; 125-Zerfing (MP) pinned LaGrandeur 1:42 second; 130-Ramsey (MP) dec. Al-Hussaini 17-6; 135-Dormaier (MP) pinned Mingo :52 second; 140-Thompson (MP) dec. Ngyen 10-2; 145-Harris (MP) dec. Friedman 16-3; 160-Day (MP) pinned Suthern 1:18 first; 171-Still (L) (L) pinned Swardz 1:30 third; 189-Cogdill (L) pinned Thompson 1:06 third; 215-Martin (L) pinned Rives 1:15 first; 275-Silva (MP) won by forfeit.

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