Mariner to victory

EVERETT – The Mariner wrestling team got the season off to a winning start by defeating Mount Vernon 62-15 Monday night.

Highlighting the non-league meet for Mariner (1-0 overall) was a come-from-behind victory by Justin Hammond, who rallied to record a 7-3 decision over the Bulldogs’ Kyle Newman in the 112-pound match.

The Marauders’ Brad Vongphraehanh (160 pounds) pinned Jerry Johnson in one minute, thirty-six seconds, one of six Mariner pins.

At Mariner H.S.

103-Do (M) pinned Koetje, 2:51; 112-Hammond (M) dec. Newman, 7-3; 119-Solano (MV) pinned Tiongco, 2:39; 125-Yee (M) pinned Hausauer, 2:39; 130-Haung (M) won by forfeit; 135-Bui (M) pinned Thompson, 3:06; 140-Kitner (M) pinned Gomez, 3:49; 145-Hendrickson (M) pinned C. Johnson, 3:33; 152-Dewey (M) won by forfeit; 160-Vongphraehanh (M) pinned J. Johnson, 1:36; 171-Wright (M) won by forfeit; 189-Mustafa (M) won by tech. fall over Rabenstein, 19-4; 215-Osborn (MV) pinned Pederson, :34; 275-Campbell (MV) dec. Rydzak, 11-7 Records-Mount Vernon 0-1. Mariner 1-0.

Marysville-Pilchuck 54, Meadowdale 22: At Bellingham, George King, Kenny Kubec and Jermey Dormaier each recorded first-round pins to lead the Tomahawks.

At Sehome H.S.

189-Cramer (Meadowdale) maj. dec. Doner 12-0; 215-Wilder (M)eadowdale pinned McKinney 1:45, first; 275-Long (Meadowdale) pinned Garton 2:49, second; 103-Wood (Meadowdale) pinned Dinh 1:29, first; 112-Ibea (MP) dec. Adams 13-11 OT; 119-Perrin (Meadowdale) pinned Libbing 2:41, second; 125-King (MP) pined Rogers 0:27, first; 130-Kubec (MP) pinned Scoscolib, 0:20, first; 135-Dormaier (Meadowdale) pinned Daly 0:49, first; 140-Fuller (MP) dec. Stevenson 17-14; 145-Masten (MP) pinned Cecil 0:57, first; 152-Michel (MP) Stevenson 3:50, second; 160-Montanari (Meadowdale) pinned Beardsley 1:30, first; 171-Doyle (MP) pinned Polutten 1:17, first.

Marysville-Pilchuck 51, Edmonds-Woodway 21: At Bellingham, Chris Doyle and Jason Wilder started the Tomahawks pins.

At Sehome H.S.

171-Doyle (MP) pinned Choi, 0:59 first; 189-Doner (MP) won by forfeit; 215-Wilder (MP) pinned Wilczynski 2:41, second; 275-Stanhard (EW) pinned Long 2:40, second; 103-Nguyen (EW) dec. Dinh 11-9; 112-Ibea (MP) won by forfeit; 119-Libbing (MP) pinned McCallister 1:48, first; 125-King (MP) pinned Treiu 4:37, third; 130-Kubec (MP) pinned Asefaw 0:49, first; 135-Dormaier (MP) pinned Toma 3:40, second; 140-Fiers (EW) dec. Fuller 10-5; 145-R. Alfie (EW) dec. Masten 4-2; 152-Michel (MP) maj. dec. D.Alfie 0-1; 160-Poulter (EW) Beardsley 1:40, first. Records-M-P 3-0. E-W 2-1.

Archbishop Murphy 52, Lakeside 27: At Everett, senior captain Matt Darnell recorded the Wildcats’ first pin at 152 pounds.

At Everett

145-Garcia (L) pinned Street 2:11, second; 152-Darnell (A) pinned Strong 1:08, first; 160-Shaw (A) pinned Raine 1:46, first; 171-Oestreich (A) maj. dec. Rodriguez 13-4; 189-Larson (A) pinned Riely 2:39, second; 215-Kimmey (L) dec. Yeilding 10-3; 275-Leonard (A) won by forfeit; 103-deChadenedes (A) won by forfeit; 112-Chang (L) won by forfeit; 119-Baehm (A) pinned Hussey 1:04, first; 125-Miller (A) won by forfeit; 130-Miller (A) pinned Oki 1:49, first; 135-Sukumoto (L) pinned Hummel 1:18, first; 140-Amkraut (L) won by forfeit. Records-Lakeside 0-1. Archbishop Murphy 1-0.

Girls basketball

Cedarcrest 45, Juanita 36: At Duvall, Karen Lawton had 19 points, nine steals and three assists to lead Cedarcrest.

At Cedarcrest H.S.



Juanita-Young 7, Anderson 13, Schinsterom 3, Jacobsen 7, Croteau 2, Dodd 2, Team 2. Cedarcrest-Hammontree 2, Kevin 4, Lawton 19, McKinlay 6, Oviatt 5, Rhode 3, E. Taylor 6, 3-point goals-Andserson. JV score-Cedarcrest 58, Jaunita 3. Records-Juanita 1-1. Cedarcrest 3-0.

King’s 51, Bothell 30: At Shoreline, Kaitlyn Faidley led all scorers with 15 points and Danielle Clauson had a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead King’s. The Knights’ Sarah Strand also recorded a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

At King’s H.S.



Bothell-Barclay 6, Marriott 2, Leite 2, McBright 11, Linnell 2, Vierra 3, Saintz 4. King’s-Clauson 14, Cutright 6, Faidley 15, Friar 4, Strand 12. 3-point goals-Cutright, Vierra. JV game-Bothell defeated King’s. Records-Bothell 1-2. King’s 2-0.

Tulalip Heritage 38, Lake Stevens sophs 37: At Lake Stevens, Lashina Edwards-Martin scored 16 points and grabbed four rebounds to help Tulalip Heritage.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

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Lake Stevens sophs99127-37

Tulalip Heritage-Bonner 4, Edwards-Martin 16, J. Hatch 4, Jack 14. Lake Stevens sophs-Kreitel 24, Artache 7, Rahn 2, Hicks 2, Colacecchi 2. 3-point goals-Kreitel 3, Jack 3, Edwards-Martin. Record-Tulalip Heritage 2-1.

Puget Sound Academy 45, Grace Academy 30: At Kirkland, Kim Weinberg scored 10 points for Grace Academy.

At Puget Sound Academy

Grace Academy710310-30

Puget Sound 7121214-45

Grace Academy-Martin 2, Spencer 1, Muskgrove 6, Weinbberg 10, Harris 2, Cline 5, Griffen 1, Retherford 2, Webb 1. Puget Sound Academy-A. Luce 2, Westman 9, H. Luce 6, Trent 8, Goodridge 4, Hardesty 16. JV game-Puget sound Academy def. Grace Academy. Records-Grace Academy 0-3. Puget Sound Academy 1-0.

Boys basketball

Tulalip Heritage 70, Lake Stevens sophs 62: At Lake Stevens, Lesjar McKinney led all scorers with 27 points – 15 on 3-point shots – to lead Tulalip Heritage.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

Tulalip Heritage15161425-70

Lake Stevens sophs1416923-62

Tulalip Heritage-Miller 13, McKinney 27, Hatch 13, Sedano 9, Fryberg 4, Sablan 4. Lake Stevens sophs-Pilon 13, Driscoll 9, Walton 1, Acfalle 2, Shoemuck 12, Johnson 2, Bywater 5, Eckhoff 2, Borges 2, Blacken 6, Huswick 7. 3-point goals-McKinney 5, Pilon 4, Driscoll 2, Bywater, Blacken. Record-Tulalip Heritage 1-1.

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