Prep results for Friday, Dec. 13

BOYS BASKETBALL

Northwest 1B

Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace 61, Providence Classical Christian 31, stats not reported

Lummi Nation 77, Tulalip Heritage 34, stats not reported

Non-conference

Shorecrest 60, Shorewood 50

Edmonds-Woodway 70, Kamiak 64

Lake Stevens 68, Archbishop Murphy 52

Monroe 53, Arlington 52

Jackson 65, Meadowdale 55, OT

Cascade 59, Snohomish 57

North Kitsap 67, Stanwood 56

South Whidbey 79, Oak Harbor 65

Mercer Island 58, Marysville Pilchuck 56

Ferndale 60, Everett 42

Marysville Getchell 63, Sehome 40

Cedar Park Christian 70, Cedarcrest 64, stats not reported

Inglemoor 71, Lynnwood 46, stats not reported

La Salle at King’s, not reported

Sedro-Woolley at Sultan, ppd. (Jan. 4)

BOYS WRESTLING

Battle at the Border

At Blaine H.S.

Team scores after Day 1—1, Everett 98; 2, Issaquah 80; 3, Steilacoom 78; 4, Lake Stevens 73; 5, Ferndale 69.5; 6, Kent Meridian 65; 7, Blaine 61; 8, Darrington 55; 9 (tie), North Thurston, Sehome 47; 11, Liberty 45; 12, Rochester 36; 13, Todd Beamer 32; 14, Mount Vernon 26.5; 15, Lynden 26.

Local wrestlers in semifinals—106: Jonah Palabrica, Everett. 120: Darin Sedenius, Darrington; Mick McClain, Lake Stevens. 126: Fernie Vasquez, Everett; Christian Anderson, Lake Stevens. 138: Mereke Hoffman, Lake Stevens. 152: Christian De Guzman, Everett. 160: Thomas Trautman, Everett. 170: Skylar O’Donahue, Everett. 182: Lucas Reuwsaat, Darrington. 195: Johnny Franke, Darrington. 285: Derek Bryant, Everett; Michael Schulz, Lake Stevens.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Northwest 1B

Tulalip Heritage at Lummi Nation, not reported

Non-conference

Meadowdale 50, Everett 40

Marysville Pilchuck 41, Cascade 38

Archbishop Murphy 54, Kamiak 35

Lake Stevens 79, Edmonds-Woodway 69, OT

Union 49, Glacier Peak 45

Cedarcrest 63, Cedar Park Christian 21

Inglemoor 69, Lynnwood 30

La Salle 44, King’s 24

Oak Harbor 46, South Whidbey 40

Prairie 41, Snohomish 36

Mount Si 50, Monroe 38

Lynden Christian 75, Stanwood 27, stats not reported

Sultan at Sedro-Woolley, ppd. (Jan. 22)

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