Mountlake Terrace earns district berth

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — For three Mountlake Terrace seniors Monday night’s game against Mariner was the last time they would put on a Hawks jersey and play in front of their home crowd. They made the most of it in a 55-34 Wesco South victory.

The win also secured a Class 4A District 1 playoff berth for the Hawks, since Shorewood lost to Jackson.

“It was Senior Night so we just went all out,” Mountlake Terrace coach Deidra Ducheane said.

The Hawks outscored the Marauders 21-8 in the first quarter. With the home-court crowd cheering them on, Mountlake Terrace was able to make stops on the defensive end.

“Everything was sinking for us,” Ducheane said about the team’s first-quarter effort. “We got a lot of fast-breaks.”

The Hawks kept the pressure on thoughout the rest of the game, outscoring the Marauders in all but the fourth quarter, but by then the game was already out of reach.

Corinne Pingul led all scorers with 19 points for the Hawks in what was the last game for Emma Fritz, Christina Ramirez and Katy Hinson.

At M. Terrace H.S.


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Mariner — Andeberhan, Branham 1, Campos, Carter, Collins 16, Geyer, Ruscha 2, Schmidt 4, Varde 11. Mountlake Terrace — Boxley, Fritz 12, Hinson 6, Peeples 3, Pingul 19, Ramirez 5, Seidlitz 4, Staley 6. 3-point goals — Collins 2, Varde 1. Pingul 3. Records — Mariner 1-14 league, 2-17 overall. M. Terrace 4-11, 4-15.

Kamiak 67, Meadowdale 60: At Mukilteo, down 12 points heading into the fourth quarter, the Knights completely locked down Meadowdale with aggressive man-to-man defense, not giving up a single field-goal in the quarter. Kelsey Patrick had 12 points,nine rebounds, three steals and three assists in the Kamiak victory and teammate Jordan Keller had 14 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks.

At Kamiak H.S.



Meadowdale — Beyer 5, Carlow 7, Coronacion 11, J. Fjortoft 4, H. Fjortoft 12, Jones 17, Molitor 2, Streit 2, Zickefoose. Kamiak — Church 12, Johnson 6, K. Kussman 3, Keller 14, McClaskey 2, Patrick 12, Simmons 1, Sovich 3, T. Kussman 14, Taglialavore. 3-point goals — Coronacion 2, Corian 1, H. Fjortoft 1, Carlow 1, Beyer 1. Sovich 1, K. Kussman 1. Records — Meadowdale 12-3 league, 15-3 overall. Kamiak 11-4, 14-6.

Oak Harbor 64, Monroe 50: At Monroe, after trailing by two points at halftime, Oak Harbor rebounded in the second half to outscore Monroe 36-20 and win the Wesco North game. Jessica Denmon led the Wildcats with 16 points and Clair Thiel added 13. Monroe’s top scorers were Brittany Matkins and Suzanna Ohlsen, both with 13.

At Monroe H.S.

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Oak Harbor — Baeyen 8, Chong, Denmon 16, Henrickson 2, Jansen 8, Smith, Smollack 15, Thiel 13, Tubo 2. Monroe — Brazel, Drawsky 3, Matkins 13, Ohlsen 13, Ojalehto 2, Robertson 3. 3-point goals — not reported. Records — Oak Harbor 11-4 league, 14-5 overall. Monroe 5-10, 6-13.

Marysville-Pilchuck 61, Arlington 33: At Marysville, Britt Harris scored 17 points and had 12 rebounds to lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco North victory over Arlington. Kylie Fordon and Jessica Masters added 10 points each for M-P and Arlington’s Quinn Kesselring scored 11 points.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.



Arlington — Czaban 2, Daggett, Evans, Kesselring 11, Murrin, Prause 8, Scheppele 8, Van Loo 2, White 2. Marysville-Pilchuck — Adams 5, Enberg, Fordon 10, Harris 17, Heckendorf, Juco, Lucas 6, Martinis, Masters 10, Peterson 4, Pierce 2, West 7. 3-point goals — Adams 1, Scheppele 2, Prause 2. Records — Arlington 4-11 league, 7-11 overall. M-P 10-5, 15-5.

Jackson 64, Shorewood 40: At Shoreline, the Thunderbirds’ philosophy heading into last night’s game against Jackson was to shut down UW-bound guard Kristi Kingma who’s averaging 21.8 points per game. They held Kingma to just six points but the help defense on Kingma left Erin Feeney with a wide open look at the basket from the wing. Feeney took advantage and had a game-best 21 points with five 3-pointers.

At Shorewood H.S.



Jackson — Bruns 6, Bylsma 3, Feeney 21, Funke, Guzman 2, Harkness, Hataaja, Kingma 6, Kirton 8, O’Neal 2, Sam 14, Todd 2. Shorewood — Allen 2, Bronson 2, Clark 2, A. Ellersick, E. Ellersick 2, England 4, Farden 13, Hammer 2, Nephew 9, Nichols 2, Ogbazghi 2. 3-point goals — Feeney 5. Records — Jackson 15-0 league, 18-1 overall. Shorewood 3-12, 4-15.

Stanwood 53, Everett 49: At Stanwood, seniors Kristin Kline, Sarahann Johnson and Kelcy Harris combined to hit four free throws in the final minute to help Stanwood defeat Everett on Senior Night. Fellow seniors Tarin Nicholas and Courtney Collins scored six and seven points, respectively, for the Spartans.

At Stanwood H.S.



Everett — Bell 2, Burton, Fingarson 11, A. Hope 7, L. Hope 3, Letourneau 12, MacCormac 14, McMullen. Stanwood — Collins 7, Harris 9, Jackson 11, Kline 5, Nemo 11, Nicholas 6, Vargas 2, Voelckers, Wietzke 2. 3-point goals — L. Hope 1, Nemo 1, Jackson 2. Records — Everett 4-11 league, 5-13 overall. Stanwood 2-14, 4-16.

Lummi 60, Highland Christian 51: At Bellingham, Shelby Landsem scored a game-high 16 points to lead Lummi to the Northwest 1B victory over Highland Christian. Lacey Mattson sank four three-pointers and had 10 rebounds for Highland.

At Lummi H.S.



Highland Christian Prep — Breekveldt 14, Brown 3, Dullum, Graber 6, Hodges 6, K. Burrows 2, Lyons, Mattson 12, S. Burrows 8, Sytsma. Lummi — Humphreys 2, Brady 5, Fryberg 9, Jones 9, Jefferson 3, Edwards 4, Cultee 6, Hatch 6, Landsem 16, Revey, Jimmy, Bob. 3-point goals — Brady 1, Fryberg 1, Hatch 2, Mattson 4, Breekveldt 1, Hodges 1. Records — HC 6-3 league, 10-7 overall. Lummi 9-1, 11-5.

North Sound Christian 46, Grace Academy 28: At Grace Academy, Elyse Bunger led all scorers with 17 points for North Sound Christian in the Northwest 1B league victory.

At Grace Academy



NSC — Castor 8, Reymore 8, Bunger 17, Speck 1, Washio 10, Oakland 2, Stewart, Jenness, Johnson, Ton, Vaughn. GA — McAuliffe 2, Schuler, L. Krumm 12, Nielsen 6, Galbreath, Wennersten 3, Moore, Timmerman, Holmes 5. 3-pointers — Castor 2. Records — NSC: 8-1 league, 11-7 overall. GA 1-9, 2-18.

Boys basketball

Highland Christian 59, Lummi 52: At Bellingham, Caleb Brown led all scorers with 20 points and secured the victory at the free throw line going 6-for-7 in the fourth quarter.

At Lummi H.S.



Highland Christian Prep — Brown 20, Crawford 9, Enge 12, Kelly 14, Simmons 4, Teal. Lummi — James 2, Tom 8, Jefferson 17, Finkbonner 8, Revey 5, Lopez 2, Wilson 10, Dennis, Jomison. 3-point goals — Crawford 3, Brown 2. Finkbonner 2, Wilson 2, Jefferson 1. Records — HC 7-2 league, 12-4 overall. Lummi 6-4, 9-6.

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