Meadowdale swimmers shine

Herald staff

LYNNWOOD – Meadowdale (3-0 in league, 6-2 overall) showed why it is the most experienced and probably the most talented team in the Western Conference 3A by defeating Everett (2-1, 7-2) 110-75 Thursday in a girls swim meet at the Lynnwood city pool.

The Mavericks won 11 of 12 events. Meredith Storey had state qualifying times in the 200-yard individual medley (2:16.82) and 500 freestyle (5:22.36).

“Meredith had her best meet of the season, and she was very self motivated. That impressed me,” said Meadowdale coach Ron Martin.

Everett had nine second-place finishes and one first-place finish by Kimberly Hunter, who won the 50 freestyle.

Meadowdale and Jackson both (3-0) in league will square off Tuesday with the conference title on the line.

  • Jackson 121, Lake Stevens 58: Stephanie Aasland and Maito Hoshino each won two events and swam on winning relay teams to push Jackson to the Wesco 3A victory. Tonya Pater won two individual events for Lake Stevens.

    200 medley relay-Jackson (Hoshino, Lite, Hardy, Cramer) 2:06.72; 200 freestyle-Aasland (J) 1:59.96; 200 individual medley-Hoshino (J) 2:18.68; 50 freestyle-Pater (LS) 26.51; Diving-Remillard (J) 110.25; 100 butterfly-Hardy (J) 1:06.87; 100 freestyle-Pater (LS) 59.05; 500 freestyle-Aasland (J) 5:17.40; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Hoshino, Marolla, Hardy, Aasland) 1:48.10; 100 backstroke-Hoshino (J) 1:02.61; 100 breaststroke-Litz (J) 1:19.25; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Marolla, Plitt, Aasland, Cramer) 4:05.02. Records-Jackson 3-0 league, 5-0 overall. Lake Stevens 0-3, 2-5.

  • Stanwood 142, Lynnwood 23: Stanwood won all 11 events, taking the top three spots in all three relays and six individual races.

  • Shorewood 130, Mountlake Terrace 56: The Thunderbird relay teams all swam state qualifying time in the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Shorewood (Vi. Moorman, Benson, McCall, Johnstun) 1:59.24*; 200 freestyle-Vo. Moorman (S) 2:03.50*; 200 individual medley-Vi. Moorman (S) 2:20.47; 50 freestyle-Cunningham (MT) 26.06; Diving-Bernhard (S) 166.70; 100 butterfly-McCall (S) 1:08.55; 100 freestyle-Johnstun (S) 57.07; 500 freestyle-Cunningham (MT) 5:26.24*; 200 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Vi. Moorman, Maryatt, Vo. Moorman, Johnstun) 1:45.69*; 100 backstroke-Benson (S) 1:08.61; 100 breaststroke-Hill (S) 1:17.70; 400 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Vo. Moorman, Maryatt, Vi. Moorman, Johnstun) 3:51.95*. Records-Shorewood 7-1 in league, 7-1 overall. Mountlake Terrace 2-7, 4-7.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 111, Shorecrest 75: Shannon Stoll captured two individual events and swam in two winning relays to lead the Warriors to the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Hall, Dinh, Stoll, Spillman) 2:00.85; 200 freestyle-Spillman (E-W) 2:03.45*; 200 individual medley-Stoll (E-W) 2:26.42; 50 freestyle-Jacobson (S) 26.62; Diving-Kabler (S) 109.10; 100 butterfly-Quick (E-W) 1:05.31; 100 freestyle-Stoll (E-W) 57.53; 500 freestyle-Hall (E-W) 5:46.00; 200 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Swenson, Vlasic, Quick, Stoll) 1:47.14; 100 backstroke-Hench (S) 1:06.63; 100 breaststroke-Appleseth (S) 1:12.50; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Swenson, Vlasic, Quick, Spillman) 3:54.27. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 6-1 in league, 7-1 overall. Shorecrest 2-6, 2-6.

  • Snohomish 139, Cascade 44: Erica Chandler of Snohomish had state qualifying times in the 200-yard freestyle and 100 breastroke as the Panthers won the Wesco 4A meet.

    200 medley relay-Snohomish (C.Neely, Richmond, Cuevas, Boxman) 1:58.94*; 200 freestyle-E.Chandler (S) 2:02.12*; 200 individual medley-Duke (S) 2:21.83; 50 freestyle-Boxman (S) 26.28; Diving-Enders (S) 183.75; 100 butterfly-R.MacNeil (C) 1:00.26*; 100 freestyle-C.Neely (S) 58.43 500 freestyle-R.Chandler (S) 5:40.01; 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (E.Chandler, Jo.Blue, Boxman, C.Neely) 1:47.49; 100 backstroke-Biddick (S) 1:11.70; 100 breaststroke-E.Chandler (S) 1;09.71*; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Jo.Blue, Neely, Duke, E.Chandler) 4:03.45. Records-Snohomsih 7-0 league, 7-0 overall. Cascade 0-7 1-8.

  • Kamiak 104, Marysville-Pilchuck 79: The Knights took nine of 12 events in their Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Kamiak (Best, George, Van Gerpen, Cleven) 2:03.19; 200 freestyle-Best (K) 2:03.35*; 200 individual medley-Sluis (K) 2:31.07; 50 freestyle-Van Gerpen (K) 27.20; Diving-Wood (K) 172.15; 100 butterfly-Rema (MP) 1:08.52; 100 freestyle-Cleven (K) 1:02.47; 500 freestyle-Von Jentzen (MP) 5:44.58; 200 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Van Gerpen, Spencer, White, Fitzpatrick) 1:50.87; 100 backstroke-Best (K) 1:04.25; 100 breaststroke-George (K) 1:18.63; 400 freestyle relay-Marysville-Pilchuck (Holt, George, Austin, Sutherland) 4:21.65. Records-Kamiak 6-2, league, 7-2 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 3-3, 5-3.

  • Shorewood 6, Edmonds-Woodway 1: Shorewood won all of its singles matches to cruise to a Wesco 4A victory. The Edmonds-Woodway No. 2 doubles team of Jon Heideman and Ryan Nelson won their match in three sets.

    Singles-Jablonski (S) def. Yuse, 6-2, 6-1; R.Michelson (S) def. Minaker, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4; J.Michelson (S) def. Varnau, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3); Larson (S) def. Kent, 6-3, 6-0. Doubles-Jones-Gupra (S) def. Kam-Bruscas, 6-1, 6-1; Heideman-Nelson (M) def. Nichols-Schneider, 5-7, 6-3, 6-1; Throolin-Edwards (M) def. Quigley-Sheilds, 6-3, 6-4. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 4-4 in league, 6-7 overall. Shorewood 8-0, 12-1.

  • Mountlake Terrace 4, Shorecrest 3: Kevin Nguyn and Dan Lum won at No. 3 doubles to lead the Hawks to the Wesco 4A victory.

    Singles-Pederson (S) def. Lee 6-4, 6-1; Frese (MT) def. Hildebarand 3-6, 6-1, 6-3; Allen (MT) def. Wadem 6-4, 6-4; Matthews (MT) def. Lehman 7-5, 6-2. Doubles-Lin-Geddes (S) def. Tesfaldet-Wong 6-4, 6-2; Isler-Kerr (S) def. Ramirez-Choi 6-2, 6-3; Nguyn-Lum (MT) def. McDonald-Gowen 7-5, 6-4. Records-Shorecrest 2-4 in league, 5-6 overall. Mountlake Terrace 1-7, 2-11.

  • Snohomish 5, Cascade 2: Justin Stevens won his No. 1 singles match in three sets to help Snohomish win three out of four singles matches in its Wesco 4A victory.

    Singles-Stevens (S) def. Pawlak, 1-6, 6-0, 6-2; Holderman (S) def. Bovard, 6-3, 6-1; Vancil (S) def. Melseth, 6-2, 6-2; Allen (C) def. Marshall, 6-1, 6-2. Doubles-Whitney-Christensen (S) def. Schroeder-McDonnell, 7-6, 6-3; Boyer-Jackson (S) def. Dawson-Aljets, 7-5, 7-6; Wade-Williams (C) def. Bell-Pratt, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4. Records-Snohomish 5-2 in league, 8-4 overall. Cascade 3-2, 7-4.

  • Sehome 6, Marysville-Pilchuck 1: Sehome won all four singles matches to win the Wesco 4A meet.

    Singles-Stoner (S) def. Smith, 6-0, 6-0; Johnson (S) def. Spooner, 6-0, 6-1; Metzler (S) def. Garcia, 6-2, 7-5; Zemel (S) def. Parshall, 6-3, 6-4. Doubles-Staves-Sellereit (S) def. Eckert-Clouse, 6-1, 6-2; A. Berry-Busch (S) def. Goffin-Larkin, 7-6 (7-1),1-6, 6-1; Christopher-Belknat (MP) def. J. Berry-Spencer, 6-2, 6-3. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 1-4 in league, 4-7 overall. Sehome 5-1, 10-2.

  • Everett 6, Jackson 1: Sunny Samuel, Everett’s No. 1 player, defeated E.J. Inocencio to remain undefeated this season as Everett claimed a victory in the Wesco 3A meet. Everett, which is 14-1 this year, avenged a loss to Jackson earlier in the season.

    Singles-Samuelson (E) def. Inocencio, 6-0, 6-0; Twisselman (E) def. Kim, 6-2, 6-0; Le (E) def. Cutter, 6-0, 6-2; Wagar (E) def. Lee, 7-5, 7-6 (7-3). Doubles-Chong-Oung (J) def. Johnson-Morell, 7-5, 2-6, 6-4; Nichols-Wertheimer (E) def. Bolstad-Santos, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4; Wicklund-Mattson (E) def. Pope-Todd, 6-4, 6-3. Records-Everett 12-1 in league, 14-1 overall. Jackson 11-3, 13-3.

  • Stanwood 6, Arlington 1: Nick Palaniuti won his No. 2 singles match and Bryan Bryant and Mike Carlson won at No. 1 doubles to help lead Stanwood to victory in the Wesco 3A meet.

    Singles-Osmundson (A) def. Beutler, 6-1, 7-6; Palaniuti (S) def. Israel, 6-1, 6-0; Thoreen (S) def. Lindell, 6-0, 6-0; Bryant (S) def. Lindell, 6-0, 6-3. Doubles-Bryant-Carlson (S) def. Giese-Osting, 6-0, 6-0; Merrick-Brokaw (S) def. Twitchell-Dolman, 6-4, 6-3; Morgan-Schmitt (S) def. White-Macomber, 6-0, 6-1. Records-Stanwood 8-5 in league, 10-5 overall. Arlington 0-12, 0-13.

  • Meadowdale 7, Lynnwood 0: The Mavericks captured all seven matches in the Wesco 3A victory. Meadowdale coach Mark Schneider will let the team shave his head for winning 10 matches this year.

    Singles-Lucero (M) def. Wong, 6-3, 6-1; Fry (M) def. Wise, 6-1, 6-3; Lee (M) def. Loch, 6-0, 6-0; Thatch (M) def. Z.Wachtveiti, 6-0, 6-1. Doubles-Park-Johnston (M) def. Stallings-Hjerstedt, 6-4, 6-3; Chu-Morrison (M) def. Batista-Thompson, 6-1, 6-0; Pickard-Stayley (M) def. Gollard-J.Wachtveiti 6-3, 6-1. Records-Meadowdale 8-6 in league, 10-6 overall. Lynnwood 2-12, 2-12.

  • Monroe 5, Lake Stevens 2: Monroe’s No. 1 player Aaron Koester defeated Lake Stevens’ Nick Froman in two tiebreakers as Monroe claimed a victory in the Wesco 3A meet.

    Singles-Koester (M) def. Froman, 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-5); Osborne (LS) def. Pickars, 6-2, 6-0; Ferrucci (LS) def. Hammerquist, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1; Walsh (M) def. Haugen, 6-1, 6-0. Doubles-Weaver-Gavareno (M) def. Carbonatto-Osborne, 6-4, 6-4; Pagon-Nedividad def. Kruse-Moyland, 6-0, 6-2; Anderson-Dragavin(M) def. Summers-Dowd, 6-4, 6-2. Records-Lake Stevens 3-9 in league, 5-9 overall. Monroe 9-5, 10-5.

  • North County meet: Braden Giswold won the seniors race to lead South Whidbey to the team championship in the non-league event. Team scores were: South Whidbey 15, Stanwood 18, Marysville-Pilchuck 19, Shorecrest 21, Lakewood 31, Arlington 49, Granite Falls 90, Lake Stevens 112, Shorewood 125, Oak Harbor 139, Monroe 143, Cascade, Sultan DNQ.

    At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

    3.06 miles

    Seniors

    1. Giswold (SW) 15:18, 2. Perkins (SW), 3. Walsh (SC), 4. Hymas (SW), 5. Whitaker (MP), 6. McConnell (L), 7. Brown (MP), 8. Pelland (SC), 9. Tenbrink (MP), 10. Hoover (LS).

    Juniors

    1. Hansen (SC) 15:48, 2. Cairus (ST), 3. Hartman (L), 4. Hallman (ST), 5. Dewey (L), 6. Fekkes (ST), 7. Khalsa (SC), 8. Dewey (L), 9. Wilson (ST), 10. Smith (ST).

    Sophomores

    1. Hayman (MP) 16:24, 2. Cottrell (SC), 3. Poh (ST), 4. Bilyeu (SW), 5. Brown (MP), 6. Hein (SW), 7. Wills (SW), 8. Galusha (A), 9. Thomas (L), 10. Goulet (MP).

    Freshmen

    1. Christensen (MP) 16:43, 2. Hollo (GF), 3. Resetar (ST), 4. Sundquist (SW), 5. Klein (SH), 6. Queen (ST), 7. Brady (A), 8. Carlton (SC), 9. Rowan (ST), 10. Harper (A).

  • Everett School District 42, Mukilteo School District 48: Kamiak’s Travis Boyd finished in first place, but the Everett School District came away with a team victory in the non-league meet.

    At McCollum Park

    3.1 miles

    1. Boyd (K) 16:22, 2. Fader (C), 3. Nuro (J), 4. Wirkkala (J), 5. Mandi (M), 6. Paschke (J), 7. Pruden (E), 8. Pankiewicz (K), 9. Hamm (J), 10. Garrett (K).

  • Edmonds-Woodway 28, Lynnwood 50, Meadowdale 55, Mountlake Terrace 78: Andrew Robinson and Pat Searing ran 1-2 for Edmonds-Woodway in the Edmonds District meet.

    At Lynndale Park

    2.7 miles

    1. A. Robinson (E-W) 14:39, 2. Pat Searing (E-W), 3. Shimer (M), 4. Walkingshaw (L), 5. Mittleman (L), 6. Jennings (M), 7. R. Robinson (E-W), 8. Matthews (E-W), 9. Walker (L), 10. Brancheau (E-W).

  • Woodinville 27, Eastlake 32.: Adam McCann placed first in the meet to lead the Courgars to the Kingco 4A victory.

    At Marymoor Park

    3.1 in miles

    1. McCann (W) 16:38, 2. Moulton (E), 3. Pantitat, 4. Beason, 5. Lobdell, 6. E. Smith (W), 7. Iverson-Long (W), 8. I. Smith (W), 9. Sheeks (W), 10. Anderson (W).

  • North County meet: Marysville-Pilchuck runners won all four races to dominate the non-conference meet. Team scores were: Marysville-Pilchuck 6, Stanwood 18, South Whidbey 28, Lake Stevens 49, Monroe 52, Arlington 56, Granite Falls 57, Lakewood 61, Shorecrest 69, Shorewood DNQ, Sultan DNQ.

    At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

    3.06 miles Seniors

    1. C. Connelly (M-P) 18:01, 2. Dependrer (SW), 3. Roark (Stan), 4. Vandenekart (Arl), 5. Criger (Lkwd), 6. Metzker (GF), 7. Jensen (Arl), 8. Ruhoff (Stan), 9. Bond (GF), 10. Pederson (LS).

    Juniors

    1. Simkins (M-P) 18:38, 2. Perbix (Sct), 3. T. Dutton (Stan), 4. Rodkey (M-P), 5. Fure (Stan), 6. Schwager (SW), 7. Ellsworth (Arl), 8. Farmer (M-P), 9. Smethurst (SW), 10. Gribler (M-P).

    Sophomores

    1. Bonn (M-P) 19:39, 2. Preboski (Stan), 3. Gabelein (SW), 4. Decker (M-P), 5. B. Connelly (M-P), 6. Kuhlman (LS), 7. Jordan (Stan), 8. Wright (GF), 9. Johnson (Mon), 10. Berg (Mon).

    Freshman

    1. Hanks (M-P) 19:38, 2. Perkins (M-P), 3. Nickelson (LS), 4. Ojalento (Mon), 5. H. Dutton (Stan), 6. Bishop (Stan), 7. Phillips (M-P), 8. Hatt (SW), 9. Olson (Stan), 10. Stebing (Stan).

  • Everett School District 46, Mukilteo School District 59: Cascade runners Katie Sadler, Maryanne Dablen and Rikki Isbey finished in the top three spots to help the Everett School District get a victory over the Mukilteo School District in the non-league meet.

    At McCollum Park

    3.1 miles

    1. Sadler (C) 20:11, 2. Dablen (C), 3. Isbey (C), 4. Kaligis (K), 5. Costello (K), 6. Barclay (J), 7. Mathes (K), 8. Jensen (K), 9. Follis (E), 10. Johnson (M).

  • Mountlake Terrace 36, Edmonds-Woodway 39, Lynnwood 48, Meadowdale 116: Edmonds-Woodway’s Kelsey McCallum won the individual championship, but Mountlake Terrace runners ran 2-4-5 to help the Hawks edge Edmonds-Woodway for the team title in the Edmonds District meet.

    At Lynndale Park

    2.7 miles

    1. McCallum (E-W) 17:47, 2. Lee (MT), 3. Kashcheyeva (L), 4. Olsen (MT), 5. Schakrdtfeger (MT), 6. Schutt (E-W), 7. Pruitt (E-W), 8. D’Amico, 9. Carter, 10. Revoyr (L).

  • Eastlake 23, Woodinville 32: Susannah Shaw placed first in the meet to lead Eastlake to the Wesco 4A victory.

    At Marymoor park

    3.1 in miles

    1. Shaw (E) 18:47, 2. Gordan (W), 3. Strong (E), 4. Mingrione (E), 5. Corroune (W), 6. Gipson (W), 7. Ginsey (E), 8. Schmitt (E), 9. Mikesell (W), 10. Whaley (W).

  • Shorewood 1, Marysville-Pilchuck 0: Nanda McCormick scroed the only goal in the 14th minute to lead the Thunderbirds to the Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Shorewood: McCormick. Goalkeepers-Shorewood: Riley, Williams. Marysville-Pilchuck: Coyne. Records-Shorewood 3-1-1 in league, 8-1-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 2-4, 5-5-1.

  • Shorecrest 6, Mariner 0: Shorecrest’s Vicky Ormsby scored twice and had an assist in the Scots’ Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Shorecrest: Ormsby 2, Bernhard 2, McManus, Michiels. Goalkeepers-Mariner: Musseau, and Good. Shorecrest: Barnes, and Moore. Records-Mariner 0-6 in league, 0-11 overall. Shorecrest 4-1, 4-4-3.

  • Snohomish 4, Kamiak 0: Jessica Bailey scored two goals to lead Snohomish to the Wesco 4A victory. Carrie Patten and Katelyn Waterhouse each added a goal for the Panthers.

    Goals-Snohomish: Bailey 2, Patten, Waterhouse. Goalkeepers-Snohomish: Lee. Kamiak: Good. Records-Snohomish 5-0 in league, 8-3 overall. Kamiak 1-5, 3-8-1.

  • Oak Harbor 1, Edmonds-Woodway 0: Oak Harbor’s Molly Bull converted on a through ball in the 65th minute for the only goal in the Wesco 4A game.

    Goals-Bull Goalkeepers-Oak Harbor: Busic. E-W: Hamilton, Natterstad. Records-Oak Harbor 2-2-1 in league , 7-2-1 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 2-4, 6-5-1.

  • Mountlake Terrace 1, Sehome 1 2OT: In a Wesco 4A game, Melissa Dixon’s early goal gave Mountlake Terrace a 1-0 lead, but Sehome rallied to tie before the half with a goal by Tracey Taddonio off an assist by Erica Frey.

    Goals-Mountlake Terrace: Dixon. Sehome: Taddonio. Goalkeepers-Mountlake Terrace: Nolen. Sehome: Norton. Records-Mountlake Terrace 4-2 in league, 7-4-1 overall. Sehome 1-3-1, 3-7-1.

  • Stanwood 1, Monroe 0 OT: Paige Leatherman scored off an 18-yard free kick in overtime to lift the Spartans to the Wesco 3A victory.

    Goals-Stanwood: Leatherman. Goalkeepers-Stanwood: Wirtala. Monroe: Fish. Records-Stanwood 4-4-2 in league, 5-5-2 overall. Monroe 4-3-3, 6-3-3.

  • Meadowdale 1, Everett 0: Tara Darrow’s first-half goal proved to be enough for Meadowdale in its Wesco 3A victory.

    Goals-Meadowdale: Darrow. Goalkeepers-Meadowdale: Wirtala. Everett: Hawkins. Records-Everett 2-7-1 in league, 3-8-1 overall. Meadowdale 7-0-3, 7-2-3.

  • Lake Stevens 3, Lynnwood 0: Lake Stevens’ goalies Maegan Simnowitz, and Maisie Todd combined for the Wesco 3A shutout.

    Goals-Lake Stevens: Carnell, Cruse, Bay. Goalkeepers-Lynnwood: not reported. Lake Stevens: Simnowitz, and Todd. Records-Lynnwood 0-9-1 in league, 0-11-1 overall. Lake Stevens 6-2-2, 6-3-3.

  • Jackson 2, Arlington 1: Jackson took a 1-0 lead at the half with a goal from Shauna Marshall, but Arlington rallied to tie the game late in the second half. Jessica Shadle’s goal in the 77th minute helped propel her team to the Wesco 3A victory.

    Goals-Arlington: Not reported. Jackson: Marshall, Shadle. Goalkeepers-Arlington: Lamb. Jackson: Shropshire. Records-Arlington 6-3-1 in league, 7-4-1 overall. Jackson 4-5-1, 5-5-2.

  • Blaine 6, Granite Falls 0: Blaine opened up a 3-0 lead at the half and got goals from six different players in its North Cascades victory.

    Goals-Blaine: Harmening, Taylor, Jones, Lott, Trembley, Lawrenson. Goalkeepers-Blaine: Robertson. Granite Falls: not reported. Records-Blaine 2-3 in league, 5-5-2 overall. Granite Falls 1-3, 1-9.

  • Sultan 5, Nooksack Valley 3: Sultan’s Jenny Brown scored two goals and had two assists in the North Cascades victory.

    Goals-Sultan: Brown 2, Saveleski, Potteiger, Lashbrook. Nooksack Valley: Wilburg 2, Seatherston. Goalkeepers-Sultan: Cramer. Nooksack Valley: McDonald. Records-Nooksack Valley 1-2 in league, 1-8 overall. Sultan 4-1, 8-3.

  • South Whidbey 1, Lakewood 0: Claudie Gil-Osorio assisted on Hannah McCabe’s goal to lift the Falcons to the North Cascades ictory.

    Goals-South Whidbey: McCabe. Goalkeepers-South Whidbey: Horn. Lakewood: Mattson. Records-Lakewood 3-1 in league, 10-2 overall. South Whidbey 2-2, 6-6.

  • Archbishop Murphy 1, Friday Harbor 0 (shootout): The Wildcats made all five of their penalty kicks to lead them to the Northwest A/B victory.

    Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Albo. Friday Harbor: not reported. Records-Archbishop Murphy 6-0 in league, 9-2 overall. Friday Harbor 0-5, 1-5

  • Mount Vernon Christian 1, LaConner 0: Mark Medema’s goal in the fourth minute stood up for Mount Vernon Christian in the Northwest A/B game.

    Goals-Medema. Goalkeepers-MVC: Haveman. LaConner: not reported.. Records-MVC 4-2 in league, 9-3 overall. LaConner 2-4, 6-6.

  • Grace Academy 8, Arlington Christian 3: Jeremy Short had two of his three goals and Kevin Poirier had both of his in a six-goal second half for Grace Academy in the Northwest A/B game. Austin Chaffee notched two goals for Arlington Christian.

    Goals-Grace Academy: Short 3, Poirier 2, Voges, Stocks, Henning. Arlington Christian: Chaffee 2, Wessel. Goalkeepers-Grace Academy: Wilkes, Stocks. Arlington Christian: Martinez. Records-Grace Academy 6-0 in league, 9-3 overall. Arlington Christian 2-4, 2-4.

  • Snohomish County Christian 5, Shoreline Christian 1: Hyeon Soo Lee scored three times and teammate John Korpi tallied two goals to lead Snohomish County Christian to the Northwest A/B victory.

    Goals-Snohomish County Christian: Lee 3, Korpi 2. Shoreline Christian: Prins. Goalkeepers-Snohomish County Christian: Kehres, Rouse. Shoreline Christian: Hertzog. Records-Snohomish County Christian 5-1 in league, 9-1 overall. Shoreline Christian 1-5, 1-7.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 3, Shorewood 1: At Shorewood, Marysville-Pilchuck (5-1 league, 8-2 overall) got 15 kills from Ashley Isaksen and 30 assists from Stephanie Parker in a 10-15, 16-14, 16-14, 15-2 Wesco 4A victory. Libby Hubbard had eight kills and 13 digs for Shorewood (1-4, 2-7), and Megan Tribble added six kills and 12 digs.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 3, Oak Harbor 1: At Edmonds-Woodway H.S., the Warriors won the Wesco 4A match behind Marie King’s 18 kills, and six digs. Edmonds-Woodway improved to 5-1 in league, and 6-4 overall, while Oak Harbor fell to 3-1, and 4-5.

  • Kamiak 3, Snohomish 1: At Snohomish, Kamiak (6-0 league, 10-0 overall) used 20 kills by Chandra Sanford and 43 assists from Tori Black to defeat Snohomish 9-15, 15-9, 15-9, 17-15 and remain atop the Wesco 4A. Lindsay Page added 15 kills for Kamiak. Annie Hots had a tremendous game for Snohomish (1-4, 1-8), finishing with 50 assists, while Julie Henningaards and Megan Silver added 17 and 13 kills, respectively, for the Panthers.

  • Shorecrest 3, Mariner 0: At Mariner, Kellie Harold had 13 assists to lead the Scots (2-3 in league, 5-4 overall) to the 15-2, 15-5, 15-3, Wesco 4A victory. Melissa Kessell had six blocks for the Mauraders (0-6, 0-10).

  • Mountlake Terrace 3, Sehome 1: At Mountlake Terrace H.S., Breanne Appleby led the Hawks to the 15-9, 15-10, 12-15, 15-12 Wesco 4A victory with 17-for-17 serving, and 32 assists. The win improved the Hawks record 1-4 in league, and 4-5 overall, while Sehome fell to 1-4, and 5-4.

  • Stanwood 3, Lynnwood 1: At Lynnwood, Stanwood (8-1 league and overall) collected 65 kills, 83 digs and 14 service aces as a team to defeat the Royals 15-8, 12-15, 15-13, 15-11 in a key Wesco 3A game. Lynnwood was led by 34 assists from Annalise Nash, while Jenna Huston finished with 18 kills and Leanne Schmid added 10 kills and six blocks.

  • Meadowdale 3, Jackson 2: At Meadowdale H.S., Meadowdale (4-5 in league, 4-5 overall) won the Wesco 3A match 15-10, 8-15, 15-6, 7-15, 15-10. The Mavericks were led by Mira Demendjiava with 26 assists, and Alecia Suelzle’ 19 kills. Jackson (4-5, 4-5) was led by Melissa Klein’s 37 assists.

  • Lake Stevens 3, Arlington 0: At Lake Stevens, the Vikings (7-2 league and overall) got eight kills from Chelsey Holloway in their 15-6, 16-14, 15-1 Weco 3A victory over Arlington (0-9). Rachel Israel finished with 15 assists for Lake Stevens.

  • Monroe 3, Everett 0: At Monroe H.S., Monroe’s Tristen Curtis was 14-for-14 serving and had five kills and three blocks to lead the Bearcats to the 15-6, 15-0, 15-6 Wesco 3A victory. Monroe improved to 6-3 both in league and overall, while Everett fell to 1-8, and 1-9.

  • Granite Falls 3, Blaine 1: At Blaine, Ashley Quinn had 17 assists to lead Granite Falls (2-1 league, 7-3 overall) to the 15-10, 15-11, 3-15, 15-4 North Cascades victory over Blaine (0-4, 1-7). Denise Wilbur had 11 kills, four blocks and a 14-for-14 serving day for Granite Falls, while Becky Kirchgessner chipped in with six service aces.

  • South Whidbey 3, Lakewood 0: At Lakewood H.S., South Whidbey won the North Cascades match 15-3, 15-10, 15-9 to improve to 3-1 in league and 7-4 overall. Lakewood (0-3, 6-3) was led by Stacey Oas with six kills, six blocks and 7-for-7 serving in the losing effort for the Cougars.

  • Lynden Christian 3, Mount Baker 0: At Lynden Christian H.S., The Lions were led by Debbie Vanden Hook’s 15 kills, and 10 blocks in the 15-9, 15-9, 15-7 North Cascades victory. The win gives Lynden Christian a record of 4-0 in league, and 10-0 overall. Mount Baker fell to 2-2, and 4-4.

  • Nooksack Valley 3, Sultan 0: At Nooksack Valley, Jenny Mitchell had 17 kills to lead Nooksack Valley (2-1 league, 2-4 overall) to the 15-2, 15-2, 15-3 North Cascades victory over Sultan (0-4, 0-11).

  • Friday Harbor 3, Archbishop Murphy 1: At Friday Harbor, Katie Carlton had eight kills and seven aces and Summer Ausillio added five kills to lead Friday Harbor (1-7 league, 1-13 overall) to the 15-8, 11-15, 15-11, 15-6 Northwest A victory over Archbishop Murphy (2-7, 5-10).

  • Orcas Island 3, Coupeville 0: At Coupeville H.S., Orcas Island put together a team effort on defense and won the Northwest A League match 15-8, 15-13, 15-7. Orcas Island improved to 7-1 in league, and 7-2 overall, while Coupeville fell to 6-3, and 11-4.
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