Meadowdale keeps hold on first in Wesco 3A

Herald staff

ARLINGTON – The Meadowdale Mavericks knocked off the Arlington Eagles 2-0 in a girls soccer game on Thursday night at Arlington to stay on top of the Western Conference 3A.

Sophomore midfielder Kate Nelson scored the first of her two goals in the 73rd minute off Lora Reed’s cross from the left side of the goal.

Nelson struck again in the 78th minute from 18 yards out off a drop pass from Joscelyn Riach.

“Our team defense was the key tonight, we controlled the ball that led to our counter attacks,” Mavericks coach Mike Bartley said.

Bartley said Mavericks’ stopper Kelsey Neagle stepped up to limit the effectiveness of Arlington’s Kayla Burt.

Mavericks’ goalkeeper Ally Wirtala cleared a breakaway chance for the Eagles 25 yards off the goal line. Wirtala recorded her third shutout of the season.

“It was a great win for us in a game where both teams played well,” Bartley said.

  • Jackson 3, Stanwood 1: Jessica Shadle scored two goals to lead Jackson to victory in the Wesco 3A game. Jackson led 1-0 at the half, and got a goal each from Shadle and Shauna Marshall to counter a score by Stanwood’s Paige Leatherman.

    Goals-Jackson: Shadle 2, Marshall, Stanwood: Leatherman. Goalkeepers-Stanwood: Wood. Jackson: Ellenwood. Records-Jackson 2-4, in league, 2-5-1 overall. Stanwood 2-2-2, 3-3-2.

  • Lake Stevens 4, Everett 0: Lake Stevens got two goals from Amy Carnell and opened up a 3-0 lead at the half en route to the Wesco 3A victory. Kelly Bay added a goal and two assists for the Vikings.

    Goals-Lake Stevens: Carnell 2, Bay, Kruse. Goalkeepers-Lake Stevens: Todd, Simnowitz. Everett: Loesche, Hawkins. Records-Lake Stevens 5-1 in league, 5-2-1 overall. Everett 1-5, 2-6.

  • Monroe 4, Lynnwood 1: Mindy Lyski scored twice for Monroe in the Wesco 3A game.

    Goals-Monroe: Lyski 2, Nelson, Brown. Lynnwood: Owen. Goalkeepers-Monroe: Fish. Lynnwood: Goold Records-Lynnwood 0-5-1 in league, 0-7-1 overall. Monroe 3-2-1, 5-2-1.

  • Cascade 6, Kamiak 0: The Hardin sisters, Natalie and Brook, combined for three goals and two assists to lead Cascade to the Wesco 4A victory. Goalie Hillary Grouns recorded the shutout for the Bruins.

    Goals-Cascade: N. Hardin 2, B. Hardin, Ray, Forbes, Baines. Goalkeepers-Kamiak: Adolfi. Cascade: Grouns. Records-Cascade 2-0 in league, 8-0 overall. Kamiak 0-2, 2-5-1.

  • Snohomish 1, Shorewood 0: Snohomish stayed undefeated in early Wesco 4A play. Jessica Garrity’s first-half goal proved to be enough for the Panthers, who handed Shorewood its first loss of the season.

    Goals-Snohomish: Garrity. Goalkeepers-Snohomish: Cornwell. Shorewood: Riley. Records-Shorewood 0-1 in league, 5-1 overall. Snohomish 2-0, 4-2.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 3, Mountlake Terrace 2: Edmonds-Woodway’s Tiffany Barbour scored the game-winning goal in the Warriors’ the Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Mountlake Terrace: Ryan, Everett. Edmonds-Woodway: Moore, Bishop, Barbour. Goalkeepers-Mountlake Terrace: Nolan. Edmonds-Woodway: Hamilton. Records-Mountlake Terrace 1-1 in league, 4-3-1 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 1-1, 5-2-1.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 6, Sehome 3: Marysville-Pilchuck’s Shawnna Hopp scored her third hat trick of the season to help lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Marysville-Pilchuck: Hopp 3, Brenner, Norsby, Jensen. Sehome: Taddonio 3. Goalkeepers-Marysville-Pilchuck: Coyne. Sehome: Thompson. Records-Sehome 1-1 in league, 3-5 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-1, 4-2-1.

  • Oak Harbor 12, Mariner 0: Oak Harbor won the Wesco 4A game.

    Records-Mariner 0-2 in league, 0-6 overall. Oak Harbor 1-1, 6-1.

  • Lakewood 3, Blaine 0: Lakewood scored its three goals in the second half of the North Cascades Conference game.

    Goals-Lakewood: Barker, Steinborn, Johnston. Goalkeepers-Blaine: Robertson. Lakewood: Mattson. Records-Blaine 0-1 in league, 3-3-1. Lakewood 1-0, 8-1.

  • Meridian 3, Sultan 2: Jessi Hill scored for Sultan in its North Cascades Conference game.

    Goals-Meridian: Harrison, Seaman, J. Johnson. Sultan: Hill, Savelesky. Goalkeepers-Meridian: not reported. Sultan: Kramer. Records-Meridian 1-0 in league, 5-2 overall. Sultan 0-1, 4-3-1.

  • Granite Falls 2, Lynden Christian 1 (shootout): Amanda Anes scored once in regulation and another in the shootout for Granite Falls in the North Cascades Conference game.

    Goals-Lynden Christian: Hendricks, (DeVoer). Granite Falls: Anes (Anes, Mills, Goss). Goalkeepers-Lynden Christian: DeVoer. Granite Falls: Willard. Records-Lynden Christian 0-1 in league, 2-4 overall. Granite Falls 1-0, 1-4.

  • South Whidbey 1, Mount Baker 0 (shootout): Jamie Dusmore, Jaci Gutzmer, Shannon Skouras, Amy Burrow and Deanne Waterman converted their penalty kicks to lead the Falcons to the North Cascades victory.

    Goalkeepers-Mount Baker: not reported. South Whidbey: Horn. Records-Mount Baker 0-1 in league, 3-3 overall. South Whidbey 1-0, 5-3.

  • Snohomish County Christian 4, Mount Vernon Christian 2: Soo Lee had at hat trick for Snohomish County Christian in the Northwest A/B League game.

    Goals-Snohomish County: Peterson, Lee 3. Mount Vernon: Medema, Hibma. Goalkeepers-Snohomish County: Kehris. Mount Vernon: not reported. Records-Mount Vernon Christian 1-1 in league, 6-2 overall. Snohomish Country Christian 2-0, 5-0-2.

  • Shoreline Christian 3, Friday Harbor 2 OT: Brandon Dennis scored the winning goal in sudden death overtime off an assist by Darren Broekhuis to lead Shoreline Christian to its first victory of the season in the Northwest A/B League game. Chris Ching and Nathan Barr each scored a goal for Shoreline Christian.

    Goals-Shoreline Christian: Ching, Barr, Dennis. Friday Harbor: Ross, Coulter. Goalkeepers-Shoreline Christian: Hertzog. Friday Harbor: Kellogg. Records-Friday Harbor 0-2 in league, 1-2 overall. Shoreline Christian 1-1, 1-3-2.

  • Archbishop Murphy 2, LaConner 0: Archbishop Murphy improved to 2-0 in the Northwest A League.

    Goals-LaConner: Ferris, Proctor. Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Albo. LaConner: not reported. Records-Archbishop Murphy 2-0 in league, 5-1 overall. LaConner 0-2, 3-2.

  • Grace Academy 4, Orcas Island 0: Grace Academy’s Peter Vogues had a hat trick, and goalie Michael Wilkes recorded the shutout in the Northwest A/B League game.

    Goals-Grace Academy: Voges 3, Stocks. Goalkeepers-Grace Academy: Wilkes. Orcas Island: Not reported. Records-Grace Academy 2-0 in league, 5-3 overall. Orcas Island 1-1, 1-1.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 32, Shorecrest 34, Mountlake Terrace 83, Shorewood 88: Andrew Robinson finished first with a time of 17:34 to help lead Edmonds-Woodway to a Wesco 4A victory.

    At Hamlin Park

    3.1 miles

    1. Robinson (EW) 14:34, 2. Walsh (SC), 3. Searing (EW), 4. Hansen (SC), 5. Pelland (SC).

  • Oak Harbor 39, Snohomish 40, Kamiak 51, Sehome 107.: Paced by Scott Sebens’ first-place finish, Oak Harbor took three of the top five spots to pull out a Wesco 4A victory.

    At Lake Padden, Bellingham

    2.6 miles

    1. Sebens (OH) 13:19, 2. Rooney (OH), 3.Boyd (K), 4. Pankiewicz (K), 5. Pulliam (OH), 6. Rockenbach (Sno), 7. Brandt (Sno), 8. McCulloch (Sno), 9. White (Sno), 10. Poier (Sno).

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 31, Cascade 36, Mariner 65: Cascade’s Andy Fader won by 8 seconds in the Wesco 4A meet.

    At McCollum Park

    3.1 miles

    1. Fader, (C) 16:56 2. Whitaker (M-P), 3. Mandi (M), 4. Krier (C), 5. Brown (M-P), 6. Hayman (M-P), 7. Tenbrink (M-P), 8. Peel (M), 9. Impson (C), 10. Erickson (C).

  • Lynnwood 30, Stanwood 32, Arlington 97, Monroe 108: Joel Mittelman finished second and Eric Walkingshaw third for Lynnwood, as the Royals took four of the top seven spots to win the Wesco 3A meet.

    At Lynnwood H.S.

    2.5 miles

    1. Carrius (S) 13:52, 2. Mittelman (L), 3. Walkingshaw (L), 4. Hallman (S), 5. Walker (L), 6. King (M), 7. Ortiz (L), 8. Wilson (St), 9. Pinkham (S), 10. Smith (S).

  • Jackson 26, Meadowdale 48, Everett 66, Lake Stevens 94: Everett’s Russ Pruden won his third race of the year, but Jackson won the Wesco 3A meet by 18 points.

    At Lynndale Park

    2.7 miles

    1. Pruden (Everett) 15:02, 2. Nuro (J), 3. Paschki (J), 4. Shimer (M), 5. Jennings (M), 6. Hamm (J), 7. Haynes (J), 8. Curry (J), 9. Knox (J), 10. Hoover (LS).

  • Shorewood 30, Mountlake Terrace 48, Edmonds-Woodway 57, Shorecrest 93: Celia MacLean finished in first with a time of 20:58 to lead Shorewood to a Wesco 4A victory.

    1. MacLean (SW) 20:58, 2. McCallum (EW), 3. Ardissono (SW), 4. Schwerdtfegel (MT), 5. Perbix (SC).

  • Snohomish 15, Kamiak 61, Oak Harbor 82, Sehome 88: Snohomish swept the top five places to record a perfect score of 15 in the Wesco 4A meet. The Panthers were led by Jessica Culnane’s first-place finish and claimed nine of the top 10 spots.

    At Lake Padden, Bellingham

    2.6 miles

    1. Culnane (Sno) 16:40, 2. Malgesini (Sno), 3. Spada (Sno), 4. Mowers (Sno), 5. Campbell (Sno), 6. Costello (K), 7. Meyers (Sno), 8. Christensen (Sno), 9. Moreno (Sno), 10. Boxman (Sno).

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 20, Cascade 45, Mariner 87: Camille Connelly set a course record by 58 seconds for Marysville-Pilchuck in the Wesco 4A meet. Freshman Kim Johnson set a Mariner school record.

    At McCollum Park

    3.1 miles

    1. Connelly (M-P) 19:08, 2. Simpkins (M-P), 3. Sadler (C), 4. Hanks (M-P), 5. Bonn (M-P), 6. Dahlen (C), 7. Isbey (C), 8. Perkins (M-P), 9. Johnson (M), 10. Farmer (M-P).

  • Stanwood 26, Lynnwood 33, Monroe 70, Arlington 110: Chenoa Urness finished second to lead Stanwood to victory in the Wesco 3A meet. The Spartans took five of the top nine spots to edge Lynnwood, which took four of the top seven.

    At Lynnwood H.S.

    2.5 miles

    1. Kashcheyeba (L) 17:41, 2. C. Urness (S), 3. Z. Urness (S), 4. Cory (S), 5. Raboyr (L), 6. Carter (L), 7. Diamico (L), 8. Prebesi (S), 9. Fure (S), 10. Ocalanto (M).

  • Jackson 23, Lake Stevens 53, Everett 68, Meadowdale 95: Jackson’s Brittany Duke won the race, and the Timberwolves won the Wesco 3A meet by 30 points over Lake Stevens.

    At Lynndale Park

    2.7 miles

    1. Duke (Jackson) 17:54, 2. Barclay (J), 3. Nickelson (LS), 4. Kuhlman (LS), 5. Ranialard (J), 6. Follis (E), 7. Hoard (J), 8. Morris (J), 9. Fraser (LS), 10. Duncan (J).

  • Sehome 49, Shorecrest 0: Sehome’s Andrew Holloway ran 13 times for 108 yards and scored twice in the Wesco 4A shutout.








    Sehome-McEvoy 4 run (Andersen kick)

    Sehome-Brock 12 pass from Monrean (kick failed)

    Sehome-McEvoy 1 run (holloway run)

    Sehome-Holloway 2 run (Andersen kick)

    Sehome-Holloway 55 run (Andersen kick)

    Sehome-McEvoy 1 run (Andersen kick)

    Sehome-Strickler 23 run (Andersen kick

    Records-Sehome 4-0 in league, 4-0 overall. Shorecrest 0-3, 0-4.

  • Bothell 41, Franklin 12: .Kyle Allred completed 14 of 21 passes for 220 yards and three touchdowns in the Kingco 4A victory.








    Bothell-Townsend 62 run scoring play (Auld kick)

    Bothell-Lumberg 1 run (Auld kick)

    Franklin-(name not reported) 66 run (run failed)

    Bothell-Safety, ball fumbled out of end zone.

    Bothell-Ng 7 run (run failed)

    Bothell-Shumate 9 pass from Allred (kick failed)

    Bothell-Newhouse 19 pass from Allred (Auld kick)

    Bothell-Shumate 26 pass from Allred (kick failed)

    Franklin-(name not available) 22 yard interception return.

    School-scoring play (PAT result)


    Records-Bothell 3-1 in conference and overall. Franklin 0-4, 0-4.

  • Jackson 4, Everett 3: With the Wesco 3A meet tied, Jackson’s No. 3 doubles team won its match giving Everett its first loss of the season.

    Singles-Samuel (E) def. Inocencio, 6-4, 6-2; Twisselman (E) def. Kim, 6-0, 6-0; Le (E) def. Cutter, 6-0, 6-1; Lee (J) def. Wagar, 6-0, 7-5. Doubles-Kr. Pope-Ko. Pope (J) def. Johnson-Wertheimer, 0-6, 6-2, 6-4; Chong-Oung (J) def. Nichols-Morell, 6-4, 7-6, (7-4); Bolstad-Santos (J) def. Wicklund-Mattson, 7-5, 6-4. Records-Jackson 9-2 in league, 10-2 overall. Everett 8-1, 10-1.

  • Monroe 4, Lake Stevens 3: Erick Natividad and Nick Garbareno led a Monroe sweep of the doubles with a three-set victory at No. 1 doubles in the Wesco 3A meet.

    Singles-Froman (LS) def. Koester, 6-2, 7-5; Osborne (LS) def. Weaver, 7-6 (7-5), 2-6, 6-2; walsh (M) def. Ferrocci, 6-3, 6-4; Primm (LS) def. Pickens, 6-4, 1-6, 7-5. Doubles-Natividad-Garbareno (M) def. Corbonalto-Osborne, 7-5, 5-7, 6-4; Hammerquist-Dragavon (M) def. Summers-Dowd, 6-0, 7-6 (7-2); Anderson-Pieroni (M) def. Kruse-Maland, 6-1, 6-2. Records-Lake Stevens 1-6 in league, 3-6 overall. Monroe 7-3, 7-3.

  • Shorewood 95, Oak Harbor 85: Jackie Benson and Vonni Moorman won individual races to lead Shorewood to victory in the Wesco 4A meet.

    200 medley relay-Shorewood (Moorman, Benson, McCall, Maryatt) 2:14.62; 200 freestyle-Vo. Moorman (S) 2:17.14; 200 individual medley-Johnson (OH) 2:33.49; 50 freestyle-Meuer (OH) 28.67; 100 butterfly-Rupert (OH) 1:10.88; 100 freestyle-Johnson (OH) 1:02.19; 500 freestyle-Birr (OH6:38.55 200 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Meuer, Rupert, Cook, Johnson) 1:58.02; 100 backstroke-Meuer (OH) 1:10.30; 100 breaststroke-Benson (S) 1:20.96; 400 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Meuer, Rupert, Cook, Johnson) 4:18.92. Records-Shorewood 3-1 league and overall. Oak Harbor 1-3.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 143, Mariner 38: Edmonds-Woodway swept all 12 events in the Wesco 4A meet.

    200 medley relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Schauermann, Yamamoto, Dinn, Crawford) 2:10.50; 200 freestyle-Murphy (E-W) 2:21.65; 200 individual medley-Dinn (E-W) 2:38.13; 50 freestyle-Spillman (E-W) 26.83; Diving-Hawkens (E-W) 152.00; 100 butterfly-Crawford (E-W) 1:11.93; 100 freestyle-Stoll (E-W) 58.45; 500 freestyle-Hall (E-W) 5:54.32; 200 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Stoll, Vlasic, Spillman, Quick) 1:50.03; 100 backstroke-Schauermann (E-W) 1:14.40; 100 breaststroke-Spillman (E-W) 1:15.21; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Hally, Brooks, Quick, Svenson) 4:20.91. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 4-1 in league and overall. Mariner 0-5, 0-6.

  • Mountlake Terrace 110, Stanwood 75: Mountlake Terrace’s Colleen Connelly, Alaina Cunningham and Bonna Pak each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays in the non-league meet.

    200 medley relay-Mountlake Terrace (Nick, Pak, Cunningham, Connelly) 2:01.37; 200 freestyle-Pak (MT) 2:11.03; 200 individual medley-Robbins (S) 2:57.90; 50 freestyle-Cunningham (MT) 26.05; Diving-Eskelsen (S) 144.95; 100 butterfly-Cunningham (MT) 1:03.46; 100 freestyle-Connelly (MT) 1:02.99; 500 freestyle-Pak (MT) 5:52.98; 200 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Bell, Burleigh, Rothenberger, Cuppoulliez) 2:02.79; 100 backstroke-Connelly (MT) 1:14.90; 100 breaststroke-Harmmon (S) 1:21.62; 400 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Pak, Nick, Connelly, Cunningham) 4:10.06 Records-Mountlake Terrace 2-4 overall. Stanwood 2-3.

  • Kamiak 3, Cascade 0: At Cascasde, Kamiak remained undefeated with a 15-12, 15-2, 15-8 Wesco 4A victory over the Bruins (1-1 in league, 5-1 overall). Shandra Sanford led the Knights (2-0, 6-0) with 15 kills and four service aces, while Lindsey Page added 12 kills. LuAnn Anderson led Cascade with seven kills.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 3, Mountlake Terrace 2: At Mountlake Terrace H.S., Edmonds-Woodway was led by Nicole Bordeaux’s 56 assists in its 15-9, 5-15, 13-15, 15-5, 15-8 Wesco 4A victory. Jennifer Johnson had 23 kills for the Warriors (1-1 in league, 2-4 overall). Breanne Appleby was 19-for-19 serving with 28 assists for Mountlake Terrace (0-1, 3-2), while teammate Jen Mundt had 10 kills and 19 blocks.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 3, Sehome 1: At Sehome H.S., Marysville-Pilchuck’s Ashley Isaksen had 20 kills and four blocks and teammate Stephanie Parker had 36 assists to help lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco 4A victory 15-8, 15-10, 14-16, 15-10. Marysville-Pilchuck improved to 2-0 in league, and 5-1 overall. Sehome fell to 0-2, and 4-2.

  • Oak Harbor 3, Mariner 0: At Mariner, Valene Flortman had 19 assists and three aces to lead Oak Harbor (1-0 in league, 2-4 overall) to a 15-1, 15-2, 15-6 Wesco 4A victory. Oak Harbor’s Shannon Corroll had seven kills, two aces, and a block. Constance Burnette also added seven kills. Mariner’s Melissa Kessell had four kills and four blocks. Nicole Mange added five assists for the Marauders (0-2, 0-6).

  • Shorewood 3, Snohomish 1: Shorewood H.S., Sue Blake had 22 kills, 15 digs and two blocks as teammate Anna Johnson had 36 assists, 10 assists and two aces to lead the Thunderbirds (1-0 in league, 2-3 overall) to the 12-15, 15-8, 15-12, 15- 8 Wesco 4A victory. Annie Hots had 26 assists for the Panthers(1-1, 1-5) in the defeat.

  • Monroe 3, Arlington 0: At Arlington, Monroe (4-1 in league and overall) got 20 assists from Katie Habich to defeat the Eagles (0-5, 0-6) 15-7, 15-5, 15-9. Erin Keck added 11 kills and five blocks for the Bearcats, who also got six kills and three blocks from Tristen Curtis.

  • Stanwood 3, Meadowdale 2: At Meadowdale H.S., Stanwood won the Wesco 3A match to stay undefeated at 5-0 in league play and overall with a 12-15, 15-13, 12-15, 15-13, 15-10 victory. The Spartans combined for 43 assists, and 66 kills. Meadowdale’s Anne Dawson had 12 kills, and 15 blocks, and the Mavericks fell to 1-4, and 1-4.

  • Lake Stevens 3, Jackson 2: At Jackson H.S., Amanda Doak had 33 assists in Lake Stevens’ 3-15, 15-6, 15-8, 11-15, 15-13 Wesco 3A victory, and Deanna Cooper had 10 kills for Lake Stevens (4-1 in league and overall). Jackson is 3-3, 3-3.

  • Lynnwood 3, Everett 1: At Everett, Lynnwood used 26 assists from from Annalise Nash and three assists and 12 kills from Becky Werden to defeat the Seagulls 15-9, 15-6, 8-15, 16-14 in a Wesco 3A match. Sarah Ingram added 11 kills for Lynnwood (3-2 in league and overall), while Emily Olson was all over the floor for Everett (1-5, 1-6), finishing with 13 assists and 22 digs. Tracy Webber added 10 kills for the Seagulls.

  • Darrington 3, Coupeville 2: At Darrington H.S., Darrington’s Casey West and Michelle Meece combined for 36 kills and 11 blocks to help win the Northwest A League match 15-5, 15-9, 11-15, 13-15, 15-1. The win improve the Loggers record to 6-0 in league and 7-3 overall. Coupeville is 4-2, and 9-3.

  • Orcas Island 3, Archbishop Murphy 0: At Orcas Island H.S., Rose Sharp led Oracs Island (5-1 in league, 5-2 overall) with 10 kills, and teammate Caitlan Green dished out 18 assists in Orcas Island’s 15-9, 15-6, 15-3 Northwest A League victory over Archbishop Murphy (2-4, 5-7).

  • Life Christian 3, King’s 0: At King’s, Tisha Groff had 20 kills to lead Life Christian (5-0 in league) to the 15-7, 15-3, 15-11 Chinook League victory. Nicole Eliot had five kills, five assists and 13 digs and Kelly Irvin had three kills, five assists and 13 digs for King’s (1-4).

  • Shoreline Christian 3, Mount Vernon Christian 2: At Shoreline Christian, the Crusaders (2-1 in league, 4-4 overall) fought off a match point in the third game to rally past Mount Vernon Christian (1-1, 2-1) and win the Northwest B League match 12-15, 9-15, 18-16, 15-6, 15-7. Shoreline Christian finished the match with a team-total of 21 blocks.

  • Cedar Park Christian 3, Kent View Christian 2: At Kent View Christian, Stephanie Miksa had eight aces, six kills, nine assists and 31 digs to lead Cedar Park Christian (3-4 overall) to the non-league victory.
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