Monroe defeats Stanwood 60-50

MONROE – Chelsea Drivstuen scored a game-high 21 points in leading the Monroe Bearcats girls basketball team to a 60-50 Wesco North victory over the Stanwood Spartans at Monroe High School Wednesday night.

Drivstuen also grabbed 14 rebounds and made four steals.

The Bearcats were down 4-0 early in the first quarter and missed their first six shot attempts.

“We started out cold in the first two minutes and then warmed up,” Monroe assistant coach Marc Dickson said.

Stanwood was 9-for-12 from the free throw line in the first quarter, but could not keep pace with Monroe.

Sarah Morton, recovering from a knee injury suffered last season, played just 16 minutes and had four points. Teammate Keena Hopkins picked up the slack for Monroe with a double-double, scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

“Hopkins was phenomenal,” Dickson said.

Rachele Kloke scored 18 points for the Spartans.

At Monroe H.S.

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Stanwood-Collins 2, Jackson 6, Kloke 18, Nemo 2, Nicholas 8, Shaughnessy 6, Sudweeks 8. Monroe-Thomas 8, Battle 3, Morton 4, C. Drivstuen 21, Hopkins 10, E. Drivstuen 8, Wangner 6. 3-point goals-Thomas 2, C. Drivstuen 3, Hopkins 1, E. Drivstuen 2, Jackson 2. JV score-Monroe 50, Stanwood 29. Records-Stanwood 0-2 in league, 2-3 overall. Monroe 2-0, 2-2.

Lake Stevens 58, Mountlake Terrace 46: At Lake Stevens, Mary Ochiltree and Karri Gallagher each scored 15 points to lead the Vikings to the nonleague victory. Tatiana Heck scored 20 points to lead the Hawks.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

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Mountlake Terrace-Fritz 3, Schrock 2, Annissipour 3, Pingul 6, Bouche 2, Ramirez 2, Hinson 8, Heck 20. Lake Stevens-Ochiltree 15, K. Tri 8, Aanstad 6, Tate 3, B. Tri 11, Gallagher 15. 3-point goals-Fritz 1 Pingul 2, Annissipour 1, Hinson 2, K. Tri 2, Tate 1. JV score-Lake Stevens def. Mountlake Terrace. Records-M. Terrace 2-2 overall. Lake Stevens 3-0.

Snohomish 52, Cascade 40: At Snohomish, Katie Benson scored 19 points to lead the Panthers to the Wesco North victory. Danielle Love had 21 to pace the Bruins.

At Snohomish H.S.

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Cascade-Shattuck 1, Condotta 6, Gross 4, MorEslick 2, Love 21, Hayden, Nelson 6. Snohomish-Schmitt 3, Lampman 9, Artim 9, E. Heard 2, Benson 19, Yates 1, M. Heard 2, Scott 7. 3-point goals-Lampman 1, Benson 1, Artim 1, Love. JV score-Snohomish def. Cascade. Records-Cascade 0-2 in league, 0-3 overall. Snohomish 2-0, 2-2.

Shorewood 54, Shorecrest 48: At Shoreline, Becky Farden scored 19 points and Jane Fleck added 16 to lead Shorewood to the Wesco South victory and break a 12-game losing streak to Shorecrest. Jocelyn Riordan scored 17 and Nicole Dodson had 10 to pace the Scots.

At Shorecrest H.S.

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Shorewood-Eckerlin 1, Dorrance 2, Ellersick 3, Farden 19, Allen 2, Bronson 9, Menth 2, Fleck 16. Shorecrest-Towles 3, Richards 2, Adams 9, Gibson 2, Riordan 17, Osborn 5, Dodson 10. 3-point goals-Bronson 1, Riordan 3, Adams 1, Osborn 1. JV score-Shorewood def. Shorecrest. Records-Shorewood 2-0 in league, 3-1 overall. Shorecrest 0-2, 0-4.

Kamiak 66, Lynnwood 46: At Lynnwood, Nicole Bozek scored 21 points and Taige Kussman added 10 to lead Kamiak to the Wesco South victory. Kari Hella’s 18 points led Lynnwood and Alex Kilmer finished with eight assists.

At Lynnwood H.S.

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Kamiak-Taglialavore 1, Chittick 8, Patrick 4, Keller 7, Larsen 5, Ellis 2, Kussman 10, Church 8, Bozek 21. Lynnwood-Kang 4, Hella 18, Anthony 6, L. Hill 6, Kilmer 2, Eddy 8, Watson 2. 3-point goals-Chittick 1. JV score-Kamiak won. Records-Kamiak 2-0 in league, 3-2 overall. Lynnwood 0-2, 1-4.

Oak Harbor 79, Arlington 36: At Oak Harbor, Jessica Denmon scored 18 points and Danica Russell had 17 to lead the Wildcats to the Wesco North victory. Kayla Prause scored 11 points to lead Arlington.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

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Arlington-K. Prause 11, S. Prause 4, Davis 3, Scheppele 5, Tanguay 6, Jensen 3, Cornist 1. Oak Harbor-Chong 11, Thiel 8, Denmon 18, Smith 4, Russell 17, Henricksen 2, Smollack 8, Baeyen 12. 3-point goals-Denmon 4, Baeyen 3, K. Prause 1, Scheppele 1. JV score-Arlington def. Oak Harbor. Records-Arlington 0-1 in league, 1-3 overall. Oak Harbor 2-0, 3-0.

Edmonds-Woodway 49, Mariner 45: At Everett, Abby Butler had a double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Warriors to the Wesco South win. Brittany Ruscha had a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds for Mariner.

At Mariner H.S.

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Edmonds-Woodway-Butler 23, Quick 8, Singh 10, Shovlin 1, Waldron 2, Olson 4, Lauber 1. Mariner-Carter 3, Collins 12, Varde 13, Schmidt 5, Ruscha 12. 3-point goals-Collins 3. JV score-E-W def. Mariner. Records-E-W 1-1 in league, 1-3 overall. Mariner 0-2, 2-2.

Marysville-Pilchuck 57, Everett 47: At Everett, Nancy Couls scored 18 points to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco North victory. Maureen Frauenholtz had 23 points to pace the Seagulls.

At Everett H.S.

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Marysville-Pilchuck-Lucas 4, Couls 18, West 4, Juco 2, Peterson 12, Masters 8, Harris 2, Degerness 6, Wright 1. Everett-Frauenholtz 23, Fingarson 6, Taleu 6, L. Hope 12. 3-point goals-L. Hope 4, Couls 1. JV score-M-P def. Everett. Records-M-P 1-1 in league, 4-1 overall. Everett 0-2, 0-4.

North Sound Christian 35, Northwest Yeshiva: At Mountlake Terrace, Elyse Bunger scored 17 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead North Sound Christian to the nonleague victory.

At N. Sound Christian

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Northwest Yeshiva-Golan 8, Lovy 6, Becker 3, Barber 4, Notile 4. North Sound Christian-Brekkaa 5, Bunger 17, Castor 9, Reymore 4. 3-point goals-Castor 1, Becker 1. Records-Northwest Yeshiva 7-1 overall. N. Sound Christian 3-0.

Boys basketball

Edmonds-Woodway 45, Lake Stevens 43: At Edmonds, with 20 seconds remaining, Max Ortiz made a layup and was fouled for a 3-point play to lead the Warriors to the nonleague victory. Ortiz had 14 points and four assists. Teammate Eric Greenwood grabbed 13 rebounds.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

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Lake Stevens-Aker 8, Denney 4, Dvorak 7, Bryant 2, Carter 6, Legg 4 , Steinruck 7, Pearson 3, Kurisu 2. Edmonds-Woodway-Ortiz 14, McCartney 4, Wafer 3, Greenwood 4, Hamlett 7, Dondaldson 6, Callahan 2. 3-point goals-Greenwood 1, Wafer 1, Ortiz 1, Carter 1, Legg 1, Dvorak 1. JV score-Lake Stevens def. Edmonds-Woodway. Records-Lake Stevens 0-1 league, 0-2 overall. E-W 1-1, 3-2.

Northwest Yeshiva 60, North Sound Christian 34: At Mountlake Terrace, Mark Schettler and Keith Kochendorfer each scored six points for North Sound Christian in the nonleague loss.

At N. Sound Christian

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Northwest Yeshiva-Folomyka 2, Sobel 9, Fever 4, M. Azose 4, Cohn 4, Blumenstein 5, Y. Azose 17, Billman 5. Longman 3, Krohn 7. North Sound Christian-Cathey 1, Doucet 3, Kochendorfer 6, McNabb 2, Oakland 4, Olson 4, Patton, Wallace 3. Otis 5. Schettler 6. 3-point goals-Wallace 1, Otis 1, Sobel 1, Y. Azose 5, Billman 1, Longman 1. Records- N. Sound Christian 0-3 overall.

Wrestling

Kamiak 49, Lynnwood 27: At Lynnwood, Nate Regan of Kamiak scored an 11-5 decision at 130 pounds to secure the Wesco South win for the Knights Tuesday. The meet was not reported in Wednesday’s paper because of phone problems at The Herald.

At Lynnwood H.S.

103-Henderson (L) pinned Price; 112-Kusilek (K) maj. dec. Taneal Detschman 13-3; 119-Mason (L) pinned Chow; 125-Takashina (L) dec. Lenari 15-8; 130-Regan (K) dec. Miller 11-5; 135-Rein (K) pinned Lauderdale; 140-Raner (K) pinned Levreault; 145-Jacobsen (K) pinned Bisset; 152-Graika (K) won by forfeit; 160-Munoz (K) pinned Forrest; 171-Tanner Detschman (L) pinned Pak; 189-Boyle (K) pinned Ingalls; 215-Emry (K) pinned Jackson; 285-Crow (L) pinned Loftin. Records-Kamiak 2-0 league, 2-1 overall. Lynnwood 1-1, 1-2.

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