Mariner takes control of E-W in 2nd period

EDMONDS – The Mariner boys basketball team took advantage of the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors’ second-quarter shooting woes to capture a 49-43 Wesco South victory Tuesday night at Edmonds-Woodway High School.

The Marauders held Edmonds-Woodway to four points in the second quarter and took a seven-point lead at halftime. Mariner would never relinquish the lead after the half.

“They were hot and we were cold,” Warriors coach Gail Pintler said.

“They played very tough (defense). They jumped out in front and played hard the rest of the way and never gave up the lead.”

Mariner spread the scoring around with Danny Chhan leading the way with 10 points. Joey Dillon and Jerrel Grant both had eight and Tevin Dillon finished with seven.

Casey Hamlett scored 13 and Eric Greenwood had 11 to lead the Edmonds-Woodway.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

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Mariner-J. Dillon 8, Chhan 10, T. Dillon 7, Grant 8, Bastys 2, Malysheff 4, Purnell 8. Edmonds-Woodway-Ortiz 4, Wafer 9, Greenwood 11, Hamlett 13, Donaldson 6, Callahan. 3-point goals-J. Dillon 2, Chhan 2, T. Dillon 1, Wafer 1, Greenwood 1. JV score-Mariner def. Edmonds-Woodway. Records-Mariner 2-0 in league, 2-1 overall. E-W 1-1, 2-2, .

Jackson 70, Meadowdale 53: At Mill Creek, Jamie Eisinger scored 16 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to break open a close Wesco South contest. Nero Threet (17 points) and Milan Moncreif (16 points) led Meadowdale.

At Jackson H.S.

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Meadowdale-Clampitt 2, Moncrief 16, Werner 2, Dooley 2, Threet 17, Johnson 4, Law 10. Jackson-Ozuna 4, Reimer 13, Koch 2, Eisinger 22, Rucker 15, Wishko 12, Heneghan 2. 3-point goals-Reimer 3, Rucker 3, Threet 1. JV score-Meadowdale 53, Jackson 41. Records-Meadowdale 0-2 in league, 2-2 overall. Jackson 1-0, 2-1.

Kamiak 53, Lynnwood 39: At Mukilteo, after trailing most of the first half, Kamiak went on a 23-0 run in the third quarter of the Wesco South victory. Ryan Bullock had 14 of his 18 points in the third quarter and Ben Iddins added solid play at point guard with 12 points and five assists for the Knights.

At Kamiak H.S.

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Lynnwood-Beatty 19, Stone 9, Milne 5, Oasay 4, Fajesimin 2. Kamiak-Iddins 12, Bullock 18, Stormo 9, Swarthout 2, Engelbert 3, Tarver 5, Parcells 4. 3-point goals-Tarver 1. JV score-Kamiak 58, Lynnwood 42. Records-Lynnwood 0-2 in league, 1-2 overall. Kamiak 2-0, 2-2.

Shorewood 46, Shorecrest 43: At Shoreline, Shorewood led 46-41 with a minute to play but the Scots cut the margin to three points with a field goal. Shorecrest had a chance to tie the Wesco South game at the buzzer but the shot from beyond the arc bounced off. The Thunderbirds improved to 1-1 in division and 1-4 overall with the victory. The Scots fell to 0-2, 2-2.

Stanwood 53, Monroe 52: At Monroe, the Bearcats rallied from a 10-point deficit late in the third quarter but were unable to overcome the Spartans in the Wesco North contest. Tyler Monroe’s game-high 20 points led Stanwood and Derek Anderson added 12 points, all in the second half. Jason Waltman had 16 points to lead Monroe and Stephen Waltman added 10 points.

At Monroe H.S.

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Stanwood-Monroe 20, Edlund 2, Schmidt 6, Anderson 12, Johnson 1, Lawrence 4, Lipinski 8. Monroe-Ohlsen 3, Wright 5, Vargas 2, Silva 9, Cornelius 5, J. Waltman 16, MacIntyre 2, S. Waltman 10. 3-point goals-Monroe 1, Schmidt 1, Anderson 1, Ohlsen 1, Wright 1, Silva 1, J. Waltman 1. JV score-Monroe def. Stanwood. Records-Stanwood 2-0 in league, 2-2 overall. Monroe 1-1, 2-1.

Marysville-Pilchuck 67, Everett 44: At Marysville, Nathan Lozeau had a double-double, scoring a game-high 22 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco North win. Jared Stohl finished with 16 points for the Tommies and Taylor Stevens, in his first varsity start, had nine points. Brett Lund’s 11 points led Everett.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

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Everett-Homer 4, Barhanovich 8, J. Mattson 8, Lund 11, Anderson 1, F. Mattson 2, Jones 6, Safstrom 4. Marysville-Pilchuck-Holm 8, Stohl 16, Clark 3, Fridrich 3, Holtenrichs 2, Thomason 2, Moser 2, Stevens 9, Lozeau 22. 3-point goals-Stohl 3, Clark 1, Fridrich 1, Lozeau 1, Lund 2. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 48, Everett 47 Records-Everett 0-2 in league, 0-5 overall. M-P 1-1, 4-1.

Snohomish 68, Cascade 39: At Everett, Tim Diederichs had 19 points and Zach Wilde added 13 to lead Snohomish to the Wesco North victory. Dirk Snel had a game-high 21 points for Cascade.

At Cascade H.S.

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Snohomish-B. Low 2, Shilling 4, Bone 8, M. Low 2, Diederichs 19, Wilde 13, Shaw 6, Jorve 1, Jenkins 4, Jelinek 7, Johnson 2. Cascade-Barton 8, Benson 4, Snel 21, Wilkins 2, Reading 4. 3-point goals-Bone 2, Shaw 2, Wilde 1, Snel 5. JV score-Snohomish def. Cascade. Records-Snohomish 2-0 in league, 4-0 overall. Cascade 0-2, 0-3.

Coupeville 49, Chimacum 46: At Chimacum, with three seconds to play, Coupeville’s Tony Prosser broke a 46-all tie on a three-point play – he was fouled sinking a field goal and then made the ensuing free throw – to lift the Wolves to the non-league victory. Coupeville’s Casey Larson had a game-high 16 points and Brian Miller, who got the assist on Prosser’s tie-breaking basket, finished with 13 points.

At Chimacum H.S.

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Coupeville-Larson 16, Evans 4, Smith 4, Prosser 6, O’Keefe 6, Miller 13. Chimacum-Evasick 11, Worley 10, Breithaupt 10, Kilmer 4, Freitas 6, McWilliams 3, Peters 2. 3-point goals-Evasick 1, Breithaupt 3, McWilliams 1. JV score-Coupeville 48, Chimacum 43. Records-Coupeville 3-1 overall. Chimacum 2-2.

Mount Vernon Christian 44, Shoreline Christian 38: At Mt. Vernon, Daniel VanderKooy scored a game-high 15 points to lead Mount Vernon Christian to the Northwest 1A/2B victory. James Vermeer led Shoreline Christian with 14 points.

At Mt. Vernon H.S.

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Shoreline Christian-Hodges 2, Thomas 5, Van Wechel 6, James Vermeer 14, Jason Vermeer 11. Mount Vernon Christian-Blade 2, Marriott 10, De Vries 7, Andrew 2, VanderKooy 15, McClelland 8. 3-point goals-Marriott 2, Thomas 1, James Vermeer 1. Records-Shoreline Christian 0-1 in league, 1-2 overall. Mt. Vernon Christian 1-0, 1-1.

Darrington 66, La Conner 58: At Darrington, three Loggers scored in double-digits – Brennan Vincent and Mark Jones each had 20 points and Kenneth Kelley added 10 – to help Darrington win its Northwest 1A/2B League opener. Vincent also grabbed seven rebounds and had five steals and two blocked shots for the Loggers. Quentin Kellerman’s 18 points led La Conner and Taylor Thostenson added 12 points.

At Darrington H.S.

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La Conner-Kellerman 18, Linderman 2, Marble 2, G. McKnight 5, Schwindler 8, Stanback 5, Thostenson 12, Van Pelt 6. Darrington-O’Dell 6, Vincent 20, Green 4, Parris 3, Jones 20, A. Olsen 3, Kelley 10. 3-point goals-Kellerman 6, G. McKnight 1, Van Pelt 2, Vincent 1, Green 1, Jones 6. JV score-La Conner 37, Darrington 36. Records-La Conner 0-1 in league, 4-1 overall. Darrington 1-0, 2-2.

Master’s Touch 58, Grace Academy 57: At Marysville, After a Jeff Kelly steal, Nick Van Dam of Master’s Touch got off a buzzer-beating shot to clinch the win for the Falcons in the Northwest 1B game. Van Dam led all scorers with 18 points.

At Grace Academy

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Masters Touch-Enge 11, Graber 4, Schreiner 2, Van Dam 18, Crawford 14, Kelly 9. Grace Academy-Israel 6, Young 7, McAuliffe 1, Munneke 5, Conklin 9, Lugg 8, Weinberg 10, Yorio 11. 3-point goals-Israel 2, Munneke 1, Conklin 1, Crawford 4, Kelly 1. Records-Master’s Touch 1-0 in league, 2-2 overall. Grace Academy 1-1, 1-4.

Girls basketball

Concrete 55, Granite Falls 54: At Concrete, Beka Thomas scored 24 points to lead Concrete to the non-league victory. Jacque Goss scored 16 and Hannah Anderson had 11 points and nine rebounds to pace the Tigers.

At Concrete H.S.

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Granite Falls-L. Sannon 5, Setzer 4, Dudder 6, T. Sannon 3, Goss 16, Saffell 4, Anderson 11, Murphy 5. Concrete-Claybo 3, K. Taylor 9, Smith 5, A. Taylor 6, Thomas 24, League 8. 3-point goals-Goss 3, K. Taylor 1, Thomas 2. JV score-Granite Falls 69, Concrete 21. Records-Granite Falls 2-1 overall. Concrete 1-0.

Chimacum 44, Coupeville 42: At Chimacum, Shawna West had a game-high 15 points for Coupeville in the non-league game.

At Chimacum H.S.

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Coupeville-Kayla Lawson 5, Myhr 4, Rosenkrance 4, Burgoyne 4, Smith 4, West 16, Manker 6. Chimacum-K. Garing 2, Friedrich 12, Morganson 2, R. Garing 2, Eldridge 10, Nelson 4, Jensen 8. 3-point goals-not reported. JV score-not reported. Records-Coupeville 1-2 overall. Chimacum not reported.

Darrington 42, La Conner 35: At Darrington, Jordan Corley scored 12 of her game-high 16 points in the decisive third quarter (23-3) to lead Darrington to the Northwest 1A/2B victory.

At Darrington H.S.

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La Conner-Hagman 5, Marble 11, Kellerman 10, John 3, Schwinder 6. Darrington-Thompson 6, Pendergrass 9, Turner 9, Corley 16, Frable 2. 3-point goals-Turner 1, Pendergrass 1, Hagman 1. Records-La Conner 0-1 in league, 3-1 overall. Darrington 1-0, 2-3.

Shoreline Christian 66, Mount Vernon Christian 25: At Mt. Vernon, Julia DeKoekkoek scored a game-high 17 points to lead Shoreline Christian to the Northwest 1A/2B victory.

At Mt. Vernon H.S.

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Shoreline Christian-Barrick 15, Lam 5, Novion 2, Daigneault 2, A. DeKoekkoek 6, Hodges 4, Ott 5, J. DeKoekkoek 17, Woods 10. Mount Vernon Christian-McKinney 1, VandenBosch 5, Hoag 4, VanBerkum 2, Geertsma 4, Peters 9. 3-point goals-Woods 3, Barrick 2, Peters 2, Barrick 2, Lam 1, Geertsma 1. Records-Shoreline Christian 1-0 in league, 4-0 overall. Mt. Vernon Christian 0-1, 0-2.

Orcas Island 50, Friday Harbor 45: At Eastsound, Cara Peacock led the way with 23 points and four rebounds and teammate Lanie Padbury added eight points and 11 rebounds to lead Orcas Island to the Northwest 1A/2B victory.

At Orcas Island H.S.

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Friday Harbor-Radden 20, Heereen 12, McCormick 8, Jangard 4, Greenway 1. Orcas Island-McClary 6, L. Padbury 8, S. Padbury 2, Peacock 23, Thomas 4, Wrightsman 7. 3-point goals-Peacock 2, Radden 2. JV score-Orcas Island 42, Friday Harbor 32. Records-Friday Harbor 0-1 in league, x-2 overall. Orcas Island 1-0, 4-0.

Master’s Touch 40, Grace Academy 19: At Marysville, Shayara Burrows had 12 points to lead all scorers and grabbed 14 rebounds and Chelsea Graber had 13 rebounds to lead Master’s Touch to the Northwest 1B win. Freshman Lauren Krumm had three points and nine rebounds for the Eagles.

At Grace Academy

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Master’s Touch-Breekveldt 6, Burrows 12, Brown 8, Mattson 2, Hodges 4, K. Graber 2, C. Graber 5, Sande 1. Grace Academy-Krumm 3, Spencer 8 Holmes 1, Musgrove 3, Weinberg 2, Webb 2. 3-point goals-none. Records-Master’s Touch 1-0 in league, 2-2 overall. Grace Academy 0-1, 1-4.

Girls bowling

Everett 3, Ferndale 0: At Mount Vernon, Brianna Kinman bowled a 211 game and had a meet-high 541 series to lead Everett (22-2) to the Wesco victory at Riverside Lanes. Ferndale dropped to 9-15.

Jackson 3, Anacortes 0: At Mount Vernon, Baiba Rubens rolled a 195 game and a 505 series to lead Jackson (18-6) to the Wesco victory over winless Anacortes (0-24) at Riverside Lanes.

Cascade 2, Mount Vernon 1: At Mount Vernon, Anastasia Adams had a 500 series and a 213 game to lead Cascade (19-5) to the Wesco win at Riverside Lanes. Host Mount Vernon dropped to 4-20.

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