Monroe defeats Panthers 65-60 in girls basketball

Herald staff

MONROE – Coach Alan Dickson of Monroe called time out when his team fell behind by 10 points to Snohomish in the first quarter of Wednesday night’s girls basketball game against Snohomish.

Whatever he said during the time out helped the Bearcats to a 65-60 non-conference victory at Monroe High School.

“The game was played in spurts and we just had more spurts then they did,” Dickson said.

The game was close throughout.

Snohomish came out quickly by taking an early 16-6 lead halfway through the quarter.

After the time out, Monroe went on a 13-2 run to end the quarter with a 19-18 lead.

Fauziya Muhammud led Monroe (1-0) with 24 points, seven steals, and five assists.

Freshman teammate Che’ Oh scored 19 points and pulled down eight rebounds off the bench for the Bearcats.

Snohomish (0-1) was led by Tiffany Speer’s 19 points.


Snohomish-Speer 19, Markey 9, Mock 9, Hopkins 9, Staley 7, Bailey 3, Cornwell 2, Barston 2. Monroe-Muhammad 24, Che’ Oh 19, Johnson 8, Keck 5, Cia Oh 5, Curtis 2, Zimmerman 2. 3-point goals-Muhammad 2, Bailey 1, Markey 1, Hopkins 1, Staley 1. JV score-Monroe 40, Snohomish 37. Records-Monroe 1-0 overall. Snohomish 0-1.

  • Shorecrest 49, Stanwood 32: Adrienne Moore scored eight points in the fourth quarter and helped Shorecrest go on an 18-0 run to erase a 32-31 Stanwood lead. Stanwood led by a point with 2:52 left in the third quarter and failed to score in the remaining 10:52. Ashley Abrams scored 10 points for Stanwood.


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    Shorecrest-Dennis 5, Sullivan 4, Michiels 2, Martin 4, Cornejo 6, Lopez 6, O’Suna 1, Moore 14.

    Stanwood-Abrams 10, Amundson 4, Leatherman 5, C. Urness 2, Z, Urness 3, Brook 2, Donahue 6. 3-point goals-Dennis, Martin. JV score-Stanwood 39, Shorecrest 38. Records-Shorecrest 1-0 overall. Stanwood 0-1.

  • Mount Vernon 51, Marysville-Pilchuck 40: Bibiana Ancheta had 10 points and seven rebounds and freshman teammate Morgan Zamora had eight point for the Tomahawks.


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    Marysville-Pilchuck-Bradley 2, Howell 2, Duce 4, Zamora 8, Coverdale 4, Ancheta 10, Smith 5, Roth 5. Mount Vernon-Hayton 11, Burns 1, Lind 7, Maravich 14, Valentine 12, Bordin 6. 3-point goals-Lind, Maravich. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 50, Mount Vernon 36. Freshman-Marysville-Pilchuck 54, Mount Vernon 20. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 0-1overall. Mount Vernon 1-0.

  • Burlington-Edison 61, Everett 52 OT: Robyn Kilburn led the Tigers to the non-conference victory. Tracy Webber led Everett with 13 points.


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    Burlington-Edison-Kilburn 19, Petrez 9, Warren 9, Dann 6, Doyle 8, Schenke 6, Carabba 4. Everett-Bjella 12, Webber 13, Barton 4, Olson 6, Loesche 10, Huth 7. 3-point goals-Petrez 1, Dann 1, Bjella 1, Loesche 2. JV score-Burlington-Edison 48, Everett 44. Records-Burlington-Edison 1-0 overall. Everett 0-1.

  • Kamiak 52, Arlington 42: Kamiak’s Lindsey Page scored 26 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the non-conference victory. Kayla Burt and Christi Scheppele each scored 16 points for Arlington. Burt and Scheppele combined for eight 3-point goals.


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    Kamiak-Page 26, Larsen 3, Black 4, McDonnell 4, Peterson 8, Hohnhaus 1, Martin 2, Jenkins 2, Bothwell 2. Arlington-Burt 16, Scheppele 16, Penix 2, Kenower 2, S. Cort 2, Elliott 2, Murdock 2. 3-point goals-Scheppele 4, Burt 4, Page 2. JV score-Kamiak 34, Arlington 22. Records-Kamiak 1-0 overall. Arlington 0-1.

  • Juanita 63, Edmonds-Woodway 43: Jenny Hager scored 30 points to lead Juanita to the non-conference victory.


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    Juanita-Hager 30, White 2, Hancock 13, Ensign 3, Clapp 3, Wolkey 12. Edmonds-Woodway-Allen 6, Hitchner 5, C. Adix 3, Gifford 3, Woodard 2, T. Adix 3, Brown 6, Bordeaux 9, Harter 4. 3-point goals-Hitchner 1, Gifford 1, Bordeaux 2, Hancock 3. JV score-Edmonds-Woodway 28, Juanita 20. Records-Juanita 1-0 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 0-1.

  • Mariner 61, Sedro-Woolley 60: Michelle Desimone and Amanda Kerr combined to score 27 points to lead the Marauders to the non-conference victory.


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    Sedro-Woolley-Cheandale 10, Hyatt 20, Schiefelbin 5, Hawkings 7, Winters 16, Bisson 2. Mariner-Fowler 4, Kerr 12, Desimone 15, Burns 8, Moore 10, Ley 2, Minor 2, Richardson 8. 3-point goals-Richardson, Hyatt. JV score-Mariner 49, Sedro-Woolley 22. Records-Sedro-Woolley 0-1 overall. Mariner 1-0.

  • Anacortes 77, Oak Harbor 50: Valerie Hartman scored 19 points and Marcy Manibusan had nine points for the Wildcats in the non-conference game.


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    Anacortes-Haroy 9, Finch 8, Borlin 10, Brechenridge 6, Margenthaler 6, Andrews 4, Holm 15, Schwabe 3, Moore 16. Oak Harbor-Bull 2, Hartman 19, Manibusan 9, King 7, Bratt 3, Phillips 5, Armstrong 4, White 1. 3-point goals-Manibusan 3, Hartman 2. JV score-Anacortes 53, Oak Harbor 42. Records-Anacortes 1-0 overall. Oak Harbor 0-1.

  • Mountlake Terrace 71, Monroe 54: Center Cameron Rowland scored 22 points to lead Mountlake Terrace to

    the non conference victory. Senior Travis Piland of Monroe scored 25 points to lead all scorers.


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    Monroe-Pagon 9, Petrick 3, Wanick 2, Darnelle 1, Koenig 2, Walters 7, Piland 25, Hancock 5. Mountlake Terrace-Crosby 4, Webb 18, Russaw 11, Hedgecock 12, Rowland 22, Boxley 2, Craig 2. 3-point goals-Pagon 1, Petrick 1, Walters 1, Webb 2, Rowland 3. JV score-Mountlake Terrace 79, Monroe 48. Records-Monroe 0-1 overall. Mountlake Terrace 1-0.

  • Cascade 46, Bothell 37: Cascade’s Carson Hill scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds to lead the Bruins to the non-conference victory. Bothell was paced by Ryan Rourke’s 14 points.


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    Cascade-Konsmo 12, Hill 16, Sweeney 1, Bailey 7, Hansen 10. Bothell-Rourke 14, Gately 2, Bonorden 8, Sharpe 4, Zubovic 2, Haines 7. 3-point goals-Rourke 3, Hill 2, Konsmo 2, Sharp 1, Hansen 1, Bailey 1. JV score-Bothell 51, Cascade 36. Records-Cascade 1-0 overall. Bothell 0-1.

  • Jackson 68, Shorecrest 48: Jason Arango had 17 points, eight rebounds and three steals, and teammate J.J. Larsen had six points and seven rebounds to lead the Timberwolves to the non-conference victory.


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    Shorecrest-Davis 9, Christo 7, LaCasse 11, Naden 2, Antonchich 5, Huffman 3, Chorey 3, Block 8. Jackson-Marsh 2, Jamieson 6, Chambers 7, Cooper 3, Engel 6, Bolstad 5, Lillibridge 6, Arango 17, Keller 8, Larsen 6, Brush 2. 3-point goals-Keller 2, Block 2, Christo, Antochich, Huffman, Chorey, Jamieson, Chambers. Records-Shorecrest 0-1 overall. Jackson 1-0.

  • Sultan 82, Cedarcrest 46: Bryan Nelson and Terry Webster each had 20 points and combined for 11 rebounds and 12 steals to lead the Turks to the non-conference victory.


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    Cedarcrest-Blanchert 2, Taylor 3, Dewrise 6, Conrick 15, Rich 8, Hunter 2, Coe 3, Kracht 5, Stevenson 2. Sultan-Wilcox 10, Grigg 3, Cotterill 9, Webster 20, Olsleban 5, Powers 6, Nelson 20, Hervades 7, Kropp 2. 3-point goals-Conrick 2, Wilcox 2, Taylor, Rich, Cotterill, Webster, Nelson. JV score-Cedarcrest 77, Sultan 45. Records-Cedarcrest 0-1 overall. Sultan 1-0.

  • Sequim 91, Coupeville 65: Chris Good scored 19 points and Matt Helm scored 16 for Coupeville.


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    Sequim-S. Millet 17, Pendaleton 16, Word 8, Gebhart 6, McCutchen 26, Shinkel 11, Allen 4, M. Millet 3. Coupeville-C. Sherman 6, Helm 16, Roehl 8, Meek 1, Hageman 11, Callahan 1, Kelley 3, Good 19. 3-point goals-McCutchen 2, Helm 2, Sherman, Kelley, Hageman. JV score-Sequim 81, Coupeville 56. Records-Sequim 1-0 overall. Coupeville 0-1.

  • Meadowdale 42, Eastside Catholic 37: Brettz Washington pinned his opponent one minute and 34 seconds in the first period to lead the Mavericks to the victory.

    103-Lumm (EC) dec. Perrin 8-2; 112-Seeley (M) pin Prichet 119-Washington (M) pin Fujita.; 125-D. Primachio (M) pin Dowell; 130-Oliver (M) pin Seeger; 135-Alunni (M) pin Eubank; 140-Bruaw (M) pin Camble; 145-D. Blomgren (M) pin Wanser; 152-Abbott (EC) dec. M. Piimacio 13-2; 160-Holding (EC) forfeit; 171-Priticte (EC) pin Vidmore; 189-Priticte (EC) pin Hollingsworth; 215-Eastside won by forfiet; 275-Eastside won by forfeit. Records-Eastsid Catholic 0-1 overall. Meadowdale 1-0.

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