M-P wins in its third straight OT contest

EVERETT – It may be early in the season but the Marysville-Pilchuck basketball team has been putting in some extra work.

The Tomahawks played their third straight overtime game Tuesday night, squeaking out a 69-66 victory over Cascade in a Wesco North game.

“All four of our games have been very, very tightly contested games. We played three close non-conference games and I think it’s been a great experience for our team,” said Marysville-Pilchuck coach Mike Lowery.

Guard Jared Stohl scored 29 points, raising his season average to a team-high 22.8 points per game.

It was Stohl’s poise at the free-throw line that made the difference in the game.

“He’s an excellent shooter for us. His poise as a sophomore is amazing,” Lowery said of Stohl.

The sophomore made four free throws and the Tomahawks shot 8-for-8 from the stripe in the extra period.

After losing their season-opener to Bellingham, the Tomahawks have played three straight overtime games.

The Tomahawks’ (1-0 in league, 2-2 overall) two wins have been by a combined total of four points.

Cascade overcame a 14-point halftime deficit, switching to a 2-3 zone to start the second half.

“I was impressed by Cascade. They really took it to us in the second half,” said Lowery.

Sean Carter scored 14 of his 15 points in the second half for the Bruins (0-1, 0-2).

At Everett

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Marysville-Pilchuck-Stohl 29, Bailey 4, Taitingfong 8, Lanphere 4, Gallaher 12, Lozeau 2, Lovell 10. Cascade-Matson 17, Gill 5, Hilliard 8, Snel 9, Guffey 12, Carter 15. 3-point goals-Stohl 5, Matson 2, Snel 1. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 46, Cascade 45. Records-M-P 1-0 in league, 2-2 overall. Cascade 0-1, 0-2.

Lake Stevens 53, Arlington 52: Josh Rojas’ last second lay-up sealed the Wesco North win for the Vikings. Off a missed free throw, Rojas received a pass that allowed him to score the winning shot. Jeremy Roe led the Vikings with 19 points. Adam Petereit had 14 points for Arlington.

At Arlington

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Lake Stevens-Roe 19, Merrill 1, Schreiber 13, Rojas 8, Tennant 9, Smith 3. Arlington-Gunter 10, Griffiths 7, Smith 7, Thompson 5, Petereit 14, Devery 4, Swesey 5,. 3-point goals- Roe 1, Schreiber 1 Gunter 2, Griffiths 2. JV score-Lake Stevens 47, Arlington 46 . Records-Lake Stevens 1-0 in league, 1-2 overall. Arlington 0-1, 0-2.

Monroe 61, Stanwood 58 OT: Evan Churlin scored 21 points, connecting on five 3-point field goals to help lead Monroe to the Wesco North victory. Dan Welk shared game-high honors with 21 for Stanwood.

At Monroe

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Stanwood-Contreras 4, Boehme 2, Fure 18, Welk 21, McCutchen 8, Monroe 5. Monroe-Churlin 21, Marley 8, Brown 3, Erickson 4, Santjer 16, Hamik 1, Waltman 8. 3-point goals-Churlin 5, Marley 1, McCutchen 2, Santjer 3. JV score-Monroe 64, Stanwood 36. Records-Stanwood 0-1 in league, 0-3 overall. Monroe 1-0, 1-0.

Edmonds-Woodway 76, Shorecrest 65: Edmonds-Woodway held off a late Shorecrest comeback and the Warriors opened up Wesco South play with a victory. For the Warriors, Huston Conti scored 20 of his 31 points in the first half. Shorecrest’s Jon Moe scored 18 of his 26 in the fourth quarter.

At Shoreline

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Edmonds-Woodway-Torgerson 4, Baeder 3, Thoms 9, Conti 31, Fenning 15, Moss, Schaefer 4, Lange 2, Hamlett 8. Shorecrest-Hollinshed 19, Franklin 4, Bible 10, Moe 26, Clemmens 1, Acholonu 1, Lindsey 4. 3-point goals-Hollinshed 1, Moe 5, Baeder 1, Conti 6, Thomas 1. JV-Edmonds Woodway defeated Shorecrest. Records-E-W 1-0 in league, 1-1 overall. Shorecrest 0-1, 0-1.

Lynnwood 74, Jackson 62: Nathan Rudd scored 20 points, including eight in the fourth quarter, and Brian Hill scored 15 points to lead Lynnwood to a Wesco South victory. Maurice Baldwin sparked Lynnwood’s defense with seven rebounds and contributed 10 points and three assists.

At Lynnwood

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Jackson-Simshauser 9, Santoro 2, Musgrave 7, Sohn 2, J. Eisinger 17, D. Eisinger 22, Wilson 1, Gelakoska 2. Lynnwood-Carrero 3, Hill 15, J. Rudd 9, N. Rudd 20, Cline 4, Kinney 4, Grubb 6, Matzen 3, Baldwin 10. 3-point goals-Simshauser 1, Musgrave 1, J. Eisinger 3, D. Eisinger 4, Hill 2. JV score-Jackson 68, Lynnwood 55. Records-Jackson 0-1 in league, 1-1 overall. Lynnwood 1-0, 1-1.

Everett 62, Meadowdale 58: Micah Stanovsky led Everett with 22 points, going 11-for-12 from the floor in the Seagulls’ Wesco South opener. Clay Kincaid had 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Everett. Jake Linton had 24 points for the Mavericks.

At Everett

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Meadowdale-Huffman 4, McGinnis 7, Linton 24, Atcho 4, Reece 4, Hagen 15. Everett-Gans 3, Luu 5, Lampi 9, Blacker 4, Stanovsky 22, Kincaid 12, Overton 7. 3-point goals-Gans 1, McGinnis 2, Linton 2. JV-Meadowdale won. Records-Meadowdale 0-1in league, 1-1 overall. Everett 1-0, 2-0.

Darrington 60, Concrete 54: Billy McMillen made three 3-pointers in a 21-point fourth quarter for Darrington in a Northwest 1A/B game. Darrington’s Cody Werst recorded his second double-double of the season, scoring 13 points and grabbing 13 boards. Concrete’s Scott Brown led all scorers with 20 points.

At Concrete

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Darrington-McMillen 13, Reece 19, Jones 2, Rosselli 4, Gladsjo 9, Werst 13. Concrete-Beazizo 3, Brown 20, Walker 5, Aldridge 8, Taylor 18. 3-point goals-McMillen 3, Reece 5, Brown 3, Aldridge 2, Taylor 4. JV score-Darrington 49, Concrete 38. Records-Darrington 1-0 in league, 2-1 overall. Concrete 0-1, 1-2.

La Conner 64, Shoreline Christian 62: David Stephens and Luke Keel scored 17 points apiece as La Conner sneaked by Shoreline Christian in a Northwest 1A/B league game. Grant Brandal scored 20 points for Shoreline Christian.

At La Conner

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Shoreline Christian-Bekker 1, Vermeer, Hauptli, Jacobs 15, Brandal 20, DeYager 11, Dodd 7, Groen 4, Weiford 2, Wahlman 2. La Conner-Hulbert 3, Kellerman, Stephens 17, Kennedy, Watkinson, Keel 17, Roth 4, Coone 6, Stamback, Hanson 8, Oosterhof 9. 3-point goals-Jacobs 1, Brandal 1, DeYager 2, Stephens 3, Keel 4, Coone 1, Oosterhof 1, Hulbert 1. JV-La Conner def. Shoreline Christian. Records-Shoreline Christian 0-1 in league, 2-1 overall. La Conner 1-0, 1-2.

Tulalip Heritage 69, Lopez Island 66: Marc Robinson scored 18 points, igniting Tulalip Heritage’s 27-point fourth quarter in a Northwest B League victory. Brad Faylor had a game-high 25 points for Lopez Island.

At Lopez Island

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Tulalip Heritage-Miller 14, McKinney 4, Hatch 13, Iukes 10, Robinson 18, Fryberg 11. Lopez-Arps 2, Faylor 25, Johnson 2, Elings 4, Jardine 3, Ja. Smith 16, Potts 2, Farris 2, Fowler 6, Jo. Smith 16. 3-point goals-Jardine 1, Ja. Smith 3, Fowler 1, Miller 1, McKinney 1. Records-Tulalip Heritage 1-0 in league, 2-0 overall. Lopez Island 0-1, 1-2.

Grace Academy 59, Northwest Yeshiva 41: Josh Short scored 20 points to lead Grace Academy to the non-conference victory.

At Marysville

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Northwest Yeshiva-Cohen 11, Rosen 7, Azose 14, Lavine 5, Goldberg 4. Grace Academy-Ronk 4, LaFors 7, Short 20, Walton 12, Knudson 4, Phifer 12. 3-point goals-Ronk 1, Short 3, Knudson 1, Cohen 2, Azose 1, Lavine 1. JV score-Northwest Yeshiva 39, Grace Academy 35. Records-NW 1-2 overall. Grace Academy 3-0.

Girls basketball

Archbishop Murphy 57, Orting 40: Krista Eknes opened up the game in the third quarter, scoring 14 of her 23 points to lead Archbishop Murphy in the non-league win. Lisa Coate snagged nine rebounds and Ashley Reinig grabbed seven and led the team with six steals.

At Orting

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Archbishop Murphy-Eknes 23, Coate 15, Taylor 8, Reinig 4, Lasswell 3, J. Zitnik 3, Westlund 1. Orting-Brooks 21, Allman 7, Johnson 6, Thomas 4, Reeves 2. 3-point goals-Eknes 4, Brooks 1. JV-Archbishop Murphy def. Orting. Records-Murphy 3-0 overall, Orting 0-2.

Shoreline Christian 44, La Conner 30: Colleen Woods led the Crusaders with 12 points in the Northwest 1A/B League victory. Julia De Koekkoek had 10 points and eight rebounds for Shoreline Christian. La Conner’s Erica John had 12 points.

At La Conner

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Shoreline Christian-Fertello 8, Nelson 2, Hoekzema 4, Hodges 2, De Koekkoek 10, Van Hal 6, Woods 12. La Conner-Hageman 3, Marble 6, Kellerman 2, Lisser 2, Steele 1, John 12, Fohn 2. 3-point goals-Fertello 2, Woods 2, Hageman 1, John 3. Records-Shoreline Christian 1-0 in league, 3-0 overall. La Conner0-1, 0-2.

Darrington 69, Concrete 67: Eliza Schillhammer led Darrington’s winning effort with a game-high 30 points, highlighting her torrid shooting performance with four 3-pointers. Jackie Louis led Concrete with 25 points in the Northwest 1A/B game.

At Concrete

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Darrington-Schillhammer 30, Bryson 14, Smith 2, Nations 4, Harris 10, Kuper 9. Concrete-Louis 25, Taylor 18, Swanson 2, Schoolland 3, Johnson 7, Dalesky 2. 3-point goals-Schillhammer 4, Cooper 2, Louis 2, Taylor 1. JV Scores-Darrington 32, Concrete 24 Records-Darrington 1-0 in league, 2-1 overall. Concrete 0-1. 1-1.

Snohomish County Christian 69, Master’s Touch 24: Snohomish County Christian outscored Master’s Touch 20-4 in the first quarter en route to a Northwest B League victory. Tia Breekveldt led Master’s Touch with 13 points.

At Mountlake Terrace

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Master’s Touch-Harkin 2, Santeford 3, Bardwell 3, Breekveldt 13, Mattson 3 SCC-Jackson 7, Bunger 7, Brekkaa 8, Oakland 20, Holgate 23, Bazlinski 4 3-point goals-Mattson 1. JV-Master’s Touch def. SCC. Records-Master’s Touch 0-1 in league, 1-2 overall. SCC 1-0, 4-0.

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