PREP BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Snohomish falls by 2 at Mt. Vernon

MT. VERNON — In a back-and-forth game, Mount Vernon came from behind to defeat Snohomish 65-63 in the boys basketball season opener for both teams.

Mt. Vernon’s Jake Weber-Koetje led all scorers with 24, and had a 3-pointer with a minute and a half remaining in the game to put Mount Vernon up for good.

Luke Hamlin (19 points) and Trevor Carlson (18 points) helped the Panthers to an early lead. But Mt. Vernon outscored Snohomish 20-13 in the decisive fourth quarter.

“It’s a good first game,” Snohomish head coach Len Bone said. “We don’t like to lose, but it’s a good first game.”

At Mt. Vernon H.S.


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Snohomish—Yates 2, Hamlin 19, Sterley 2, Simpson 4, Carlson 18, McGee 10, Steele 8, Caldwell 0, Richenberger 0, Savage 0. Mt. Vernon—Acode 6, Knapp 13, Leek 10, Weber-Koetje 24, Barnell 9, Chaplain 2. 3-point goals—Carlson 3, Hamlin 1, Weber-Koetje 4, Knapp 3. Records—Snohomish 0-1 overall. Mt. Vernon 1-0.

Oak Harbor 71, Sedro-Woolley 47: Oak Harbor’s Mike Washington had 21 points and dished out five assists, and Stevie Bratt had 10 boards to go along with his six points in Oak Harbor’s non-conference win.

At Oak Harbor H.S.


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Sedro-Woolley—Bianchani 7, Fitzgibbons 2, Wortner 9, Stewart 16, Engberg 2, Brown 2, Darrison 2, Elms 3, Litdgard 7, Minkel 6. Oak Harbor—Smith 4, Fakkema 5, Anter 6, Bratt 6, Harden 17, Boesch, Stout 10, Tillotson 0, T. Paul 2, C. Paul 0, Washington 21. 3-point goals—Stout 1, Washington 2, Fakkema 1, Harden 2, Bianchani 1, Stewart 2. Records—Sedro-Woolley 0-1 overall. Oak Harbor 1-0.

Kamiak 66 Archbishop Murphy 53: Andrew Makori led all scorers with 20 points, Connor Conrad had 12 points and Jared Houghtaling had six points and 12 rebounds to lead Kamiak to the non-conference win. Jared McCann had 16 points for Murphy, which also had strong performances by Zach Smith (12 points) and Paris Felder (13 points). The duo accounted for 14 of the Wildcats’ 22 first-half points.

At Kamiak H.S.



Archbishop Murphy—Smith 12, Eichinger 3, Felder 13, Huesers 6, DeGrazia 0, Gordon 3, McCann 16, Ryan 0. Kamiak—Berg 6, Makori 20, Lee 5, Manchester 10, Blacksmith, Houghtaling 6, Conrad 12, Vicente 4, Wisnudroto 2. 3-point goals—Smith 3, Felder 1, McCann 1, Makori 3, Lee 1. Records—Archbishop Murphy 0-1 overall. Kamiak 1-0.

Shorecrest 82, Everett 55: Shorecrest started off hot from the get-go, with two big 3-pointers by Travis Hake which ignited Shorecrest to a 31-10 lead after the first quarter of the non-conference season opener.

At Shorecrest H.S.



Everett—Sissel 4, Vandelac 3, Brown 9, Edwards 10, McKinnon 5, Gebert 2, Miedema 0, Dickson 6, Sontra 3, Barhanovich 2, Smith 0, Frauenholtz 6, McDaly 5. Shorecrest—Clevenger 18, T. McCoy 5, Diel 8, Hake 8, Bateman 2, B. McCoy 3, Brown 19, Chibuogwu 17, Johnson 0, Joe Ghebrehiwot 2. 3-point goals—Clevenger 2, T. McCoy 1, Diel 1, Hake 2, B. McCoy 1, Vandelac 1, Edwards 2. Records—Everett 0-1 overall. Shorecrest 1-0.

South Whidbey 84, Cedar Park Christian 55: Riley Newman led all scorers with 26 points and Andy Bennett added 12 points for South Whidbey, which cruised to the season-opening, non-conference win.

At South Whidbey H.S.

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Cedar Park Christian—McCullough 8, Zoellick 4, McClure 2, Stephenson 18, Lin 11, Sviridyuk 10, Broman 1, Gutheil 1, Bettinger 0, Dinsmore 0, Kragerud 0. South Whidbey—Price 9, Comfort 6, Ball 3, Cary 3, Russell 3, Newman 26, Dibble 2, Bennett 12, Erikson 10, Thornley 10, George 0, Lee 0, Norris 0, Shoudy 0. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Cedar Park Christian 0-1 overall. South Whidbey 1-0.

Orcas Island 51, North Sound Christian 40: At Mountlake Terrace, the Orcas defense caused North Sound to make some ballhandling errors in the second quarter of the non-league game and it held North Sound to just two points in the period. Aaron Hudson led North Sound with 16 points.

At North Sound Christian H.S.

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Orcas Island—Nigretta 17, Langworthy 2, remaining scorers not reorted. North Sound Christian—Eun 2, Hudson 16, Martinez 7, Mengiste 2, M. Patterson 0, Purdy 0, Reidt 4, Schettler 2, W. Patterson 7. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Orcas Island 1-0 overall. North Sound Christian 0-1.

Shoreline Christian 59, Crosspoint Academy 44: Brooks Drollinger scored 18 points to lead Shoreline Christian to the non-conference victory.

At Crosspoint Academy H.S.

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Shoreline Christian—Taniguchi 0, DeKoekkoek 0, Jacobs 4, Lidstrom 10, Bauman 8, Drollinger 18, Hudson 14, Baker 0, Deelstra 4. Crosspoint Academy—J. Olson 14, Kriefels 2, Huang 0, N. Olson 11, Hewitt 10, Wright 7. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Shoreline Christian 1-0 overall. Crosspoint Academy 0-1.

Grace Academy 34, Northwest Yeshiva 23: Garrett Weinberg led all scores with 15 points to help Grace Academy to the non-conference win.

At Grace Academy H.S.

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Northwest Yeshiva—Sassoon 6, R. Kintzer 14, Angel 0, Becker 0, Hanan 0, Baral 0, D. Kintzer 3, Sobel 0. Grace Academy—O’Kelly 0, Weinberg 15, Elvrom 0, Herrington 3, Thompson 0, Jorgensen 10, Young 4, Moussi 0, Lugg 2. 3-point goals—R. Kintzer 2, D. Kintzer 1. Records—Northwest Yeshiva 0-1 overall. Grace Academy 1-0.

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