Meadowdale loses to Blanchet

Herald staff

SEATTLE – Michelle Augustavo scored 11 points in the first quarter, including three 3-pointers as Bishop Blanchet jumped out to a lead it would never relinquish.

Augustavo finished with 19 points and Kolleen Horton scored 12 as Bishop Blanchet captured its 10-consecutive victory Saturday, defeating Meadowdale, 54-49 in a non-conference showdown.

“I think we were still on holiday vacation,” Meadowdale coach Karen Blair said. “There’s a reason why they (Bishop Blanchet) are ranked No.1 in the polls.

“We are a young team and it was good for us to play in a hostile environment against such a good team. Hopefully it was a good lesson.”

Bishop Blanchet held Meadowdale to seven points in the second quarter while taking a commanding 30-19 halftime lead.

Meadowdale, however, made a charge in the second half but never got closer than seven points. Anne Martin, who led the team with 22 points and Tara Jacob combined for 24 of Meadowdale’s 30 second-half points.

“We did a good job in the second half,” Blair said. “But every time we got close they would hit a shot or two.”


Meadowdale-Fenimore 2, Martin 22, Brewe 4, Jacob 17, Swerk 2, Hoffman 2. Blanchet– Augustavo 19, Reinhart 6, Cunningham 8, Wegman 5, Feeney 4, Horton 12. 3-point goals– Jacob 2, Augustavo 3, Reinhart 2, Wegman. Records– Meadowdale 6-0 in league, 6-2 overall. Blanchet 9-1, 10-1.

Shorecrest 57, Sehome 52: Shorecrest overcame an eight-point, fourth quarter deficit in the final five minutes of the game to claim the Lynden Christmas Classic title. Angela Cornejo scored the go-ahead basket with 1:20 remaining in the game to give Shorecrest a 52-51 lead. Haley Martin, who led Shorecrest with 22 points, and Whitney Michiels (12 points) combined for 19 of the team’s 26 fourth-quarter points.


Shorecrest

19

8

4

26

57

Sehome

12

12

10

17

52


SC– Dennis 7, Michiels 12, Martin 22, Cornejo 14, O’Suna 2, Sehome– Erickson 2, Zarcumba 3, Weden 7, Oberleitner 6, Hubka 4, Crowley 10, McEvoy 2, Busch 15, Parks 3. 3-point goals– Dennis, Martin, Zarcumba, Parks. Records– SC 2-3 in league, 4-3 overall. Sehome 0-3, 2-7.

Mariner 48, West Seattle 29: Playing without leading scorer Amanda Kerr who is out with a knee injury, Shaniyha Moore and Samantha Richardson stepped up and scored 19 and 13 points respectively to lead the Marauders to the non-league victory over West Seattle. Richardson also had three 3-point goals.


West Seattle

2

4

11

12

29

Mariner

11

13

8

16

48


W. Seattle-Buckingham 15, Chang 5, Mackey 3, Wong 4, Sim 1, Phan 1. Mariner-Moore 19, Richardson 13, Rambo 8, Flowers 3, Bartlett 2, Burns 2, Desimone 1. 3-point goals-Richardson 3, Rambo 1. JV score-Mariner 35, W. Seattle 17. Records-W. Seattle 0-8 overall. Mariner 2-4.

Sultan 49, Sedro-Woolley 38: The Turks, leading by 15 at the end of the first quarter, were led by Lola Nelson’s 22 points and won going away, limiting Sedro-Woolley to 15 points in the second half in the non-league game.


Sedro-Woolley

5

18

8

7

38

Sultan

20

15

5

9

49


Sedro-Woolley-Cheadle 15, Sandelin 5, Buckmeier 11, Overway 5, Winters 2. Sultan-Szypulski 1, Fuqua 5, Nelson 22, Valdez 2, Harris 8, Drivstuen 6, Cramer 6. 3-point goals-Cheadle 1, Buckmeier 2, Overway 1. JV score-Sultan def. Sedro-Woolley. Records-Sedro-Woolley 1-7 overall. Sultan 3-6.

South Whidbey 67, Sequim 66: Julie Robinson sank the game-winning free throw with 14 seconds remaining in overtime as South Whidbey won the Falcon Classic. South Whidbey’s Bronwyn Russell hit a 10-footer along the baseline with one second remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime. Hilary Wick led all scorers with 26 points and pulled down 16 rebounds for South Whidbey.


Sequim

8

23

16

9 10

66

S. Whidbey

15

15

15 11

11-

67


Sequim– Tr. Millett 8, Yamamoto 2, O’Hara 2, Thornton 14, Collins 15, Te Millett 19. SW– Russell 8, Robinson 9, Hussey 7, Iddins 3, Bindford 4, Poolman 8, Wick 26, Johnson 2. 3-point goals– Russell 2, Robinson 2, Iddins. Records– SW 0-5 in league, 4-5 overall. Sequim 1-0, 6-1.

Shoreline Christian 63, Bush 38: Danielle VanHall scored 15 points to go along with eight rebounds and four assists and Kate Maxwell added 12 points to lead Shoreline Christian to the non-league victory over Bush.


Bush

11

6

11

10

38

Shoreline Christian

16

21

16

10

63


Bush-True 2, Hyde 17, Childs 1, Phillips 6, Ferrin 4, Carpenter 8. Shoreline Christian-DeYeager 6, Nelson 8, Smart 8, Madison 10, Maxwell 12, D. VanHall 15, B. VanHall 4. 3-point goals-Maxwell 2. Records-Shoreline Christian 8-3 overall. Bush not reported.

Grace Academy 44, Master’s Touch 34: Natalie Holt led all scorers with 15 points and teammate Christie Howard added eight points and 12 rebounds for Grace Academy in the non-league victory.


Master’s Touch

6

8

7

13

34

Grace Academy

12

8

14

10

44


Master’s Touch-Sharp 6, Spencer 11, Vanderpool 13, Smith 2, Debellis 2. Grace Academy-Lugg 4, Zueger 2, Holt 15, Steinberg 6, Short 9, Howard 8. 3-point goals-Spencer 1, Vanderpool 1, Short 1. Records-Grace Academy: 3-7 overall.

Seattle Prep 63, Mount Vernon 18: Che Oh scored a game-high 13 points to lead Seattle Prep to the non-league victory over Mount Vernon.


Mount Vernon

10

2

0

6

18

Seattle Prep

26

22

4

11

63


Mount Vernon-Castillo 6, Anderson 5, Lorenz 3, Leibrand 3, Smith 1. Seattle Prep-Oh 13, Grattis 10, Hollingsworth 9, Potneaude 6, Padden 6, Lovejoy 6, Kane 5, Urban 4, Cane 2, Fitzmaurice 2. 3-point goals-Castillo 2, Anderson 1, Hollingsworth 2, Padden 2. JV score-Seattle Prep 52, Mount Vernon 34. Records-Mount Vernon 1-7 overall.

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