MacIntyre leads Monroe by Everett

EVERETT—The Everett boys basketball team had Cascade in their rearview mirror and Arlington in their headlights. Unfortunately, they shared a bumpy ride with Monroe Saturday night, falling to the Bearcats 56-33 in a Wesco North matchup at Everett High School.

Coming off an emotional win Friday night against crosstown rival Cascade, the Seagulls had no answers for a Monroe offense that dominated the paint.

“Monroe was just more physical than us,” said Everett head coach Aaron Nations. “Their big guys controlled the offensive boards, they were all over the glass.”

Six-foot-six senior forward James MacIntyre led the Bearcat attack with 25 points, more than 11 points above his season average. Junior guard Tim Ohlsen chipped in with 10.

With the 23-point loss behind them, the Seagulls look ahead to Tuesday night and a big matchup at Arlington that should go a long way towards determining 3A playoff seeding as the regular season heads down the home stretch.

At Everett H.S.



Monroe — Bunge, Churlin, Lucke 2, MacIntyre 25, Macke 2, Ohlsen 10, Parker 2, Roppo 3, Shelford, Waltman 7, Wright 5. Everett — Brown, Frauenholtz 4, Grim Jr. 3, Gunnerson 2, Hennings 2, Homer 3, Jones 2, Mattson 17, Murray, Nguyen. 3-point goals — Homer, Roppo, Wright, Ohlsen. Records — Monroe 6-5 league,

Cedarcrest 87, Granite Falls 48: At Granite Falls, Cameron Padron scored 20 points to lead five Red Wolves players in double figures as Cedarcrest defeated Granite Falls in Cascade Conference action.

Matt Coltom added 19 points, Cullen Hammontree had 13, Louie LaBate had 11 and Alex Fromm added 10 for the Red Wolves.

Jacob Howard scored 11 points and Thomas Knudson had 10 to lead Granite Falls.

At Granite Falls H.S.


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Cedarcrest — Coltom 19, Cook 6, Corpus, Cu. Hammontree 13, Fromm 10, LaBate 11, Leland 7, McKinney 1, Mcrae, Padron 20, Clark, Campbell. Granite Falls — Beard 9, Campbell, Hereth, Hillery, Howard 11, Knudson 10, Ogren 5, C. Walker 2, T. Walker 5, Whitt 6. 3-point goals — Leland 1, LaBate 3, Coltom 3, Howard 1, Knudson 2, Ogren 1. Records — Cedarcrest 5-2 league, 10-4 overall. G. Falls 2-5, 5-8.

Grace Academy 67, Tulalip Heritage 58: At Marysville, Garrett Weinberg scored 25 points for Grace Academy in its Northwest 1B League victory.

At Grace Academy H.S.



Tulalip Heritage — Davis 3, George, Hatch, Henry, Johnson 8, Mathias 11, Ramos 3, Wasko 33. Grace Academy — Ga. Weinberg 25, Gr. Weinberg 10, Israel 10, McAuliffe 8, Lee 4, Young 10. 3-point goals — Johnson 2, Wasko 2, Mathias 1. Ga. Weinberg 3, Young 2, Israel 2, Gr. Weinberg 1. Records — TH 0-7 league, 3-13 overall. GA 4-4. 8-10.

Girls basketball

Tulalip Heritage 42, Grace Academy 27: At Marysville, after going scoreless in the first quarter, the Hawks came back to earn the Northwest 1B League victory.

At Grace Academy H.S.



Tulalip Heritage — Dean 3, Enick 2, Fryberg, Jack 16, Jones 9, Oldham 2, Robinson 2, Velazquez 8. Grace Academy — Galbreath, L. Krumm 6, McAuliffe 5, Monteith 2, Moore, Nielsen 9, Schlumpf, Schuler, Timmerman 2, Wennersten 3. 3-point goals — Jack 1. Records — TH 2-3 league, 5-8 overall. GA not reported.

Shorewood 58, South Whidbey 36: At Shoreline, Becky Farden scored 17 points and Erin Ellersick added 15 as the Thunderbirds defeated the Falcons in the non-league contest. Lindsey Newman led South Whidbey with 21 points.

At Shorewood H.S.

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South Whidbey—Calderwood 7, Harris, Holt, Lachaussee 2, Murphy, Newman 21, O’Sullivan 2, Roberts 4. Shorewood— Allen 5, Bronson 4, Clark 1, Dorrance 6, A. Ellersick 4, E. Ellersick 15, England, Farden 17, Hammer, Nephew 4, Nichols 2, Ogbazghi. 3 point goals—Newman 1, E. Ellersick 2. Records—S. Whidbey 5-9 overall. Shorewood 4-11.


Jackson at Jaguar Invite: At Puyallup, the Jackson girls finished sixth out of 22 teams and the boys finished sixth out of nine teams at the Jaguar Invite at Emerald Ridge High School. The Timberwolves only took two girls to the meet and both Danika Shafer and Terra Miller won their weight classes, at 103 pounds and 112 pounds respectively. On the boys’ side, freshman Danny Davis placed third at 103 pounds, the first time he has placed in a tournament this season. The Timberwolves received fourth-place finishes from Jared Mead (119), Michael Shapiro (135), Roderick Gray (160), Myles Bittinger (171), and Timothy St. Marie (285).

Kamiak at South Kitsap Tournament: At Port Orchard, the Knights took second at the South Kitsap Tournament. Anthony Jacobson won the 135-pound title, defeating North Kitsap’s Jeff Jones en route to the victory. Jones is ranked third in the state by the Washington Wrestling Report. Tyler Nigg (215) and Colton Kusilik (119) each won their respective weight classes and scored pins in each of their matches. Mike Salazar (125), Nate Regan (145) and Collin Munos (171) each posted second-place finishes for Kamiak.

Oak Harbor at Tahoma Mat Classic At Covington, Oak Harbor took third at the Tahoma Mat Classic with first-place finishes in three different weight classes. Josh Martinez won the 103-pound weight class and had a 12-second pin in the first round. John Tuttle at 140 pounds won each of his matches by major decision and took first. At 189 pounds, Tyler Elliott defeated Zach Folden of Graham-Kapowsin in the finals. Folden was ranked in the top five of his weight class in the state by the Washington Wrestling Report. Connor Zimmerman took second place at 112 pounds and Jacob Martin took second at 160 pounds. Colton Elliott took third at 125 pounds.

Darrington at Meridian Tournament: At Bellingham, the Loggers finished third in the 15-team tournament. Scott Regelbrugge was named the tournament’s “Most Outstanding Wrestler” and won at 285 pounds. Johnny Loughnan won at 119 pounds, pinning 2007 1B/2B 103-pound state champion Monte Benjamin of Concrete for the second consecutive week. Colton Palmer (140), Rich Groh (152) and Paden Newberry (160) each finished second for Darrington.

Edmonds-Woodway, Meadowdale and Sultan at Klahowya Invite: At Silverdale, Sultan placed third and Edmonds-Woodway placed fourth in the 13-team tournament, highlighted by Andrew Vulliet of Edmonds-Woodway taking first-place at 103 pounds. Mikey Varnell (130) of Sultan won a 12-1 decision in the finals. Sultan’s Colt Kamiski (140) defeated Cameron Anthony of Central Kitsap in the finals. Sultan’s Mark Henrickson (215) pinned Josh Garvin of Kennewick in the finals. Garret Varnell (103) and Abe Bray (152) each received third-place finishes for Sultan. The Warriors also received third-place finishes from William Murphy (171) and Rudy Johanson (189). Meadowdale, which finished in tenth place, had third place finishers in Michael Loutsis (215), Andrew Parada (130) and Philip Stevenson (160).

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