Prep results for Friday, Dec. 27

Prep results for Friday, Dec. 27, with links to box scores where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Jackson 64, Shorewood 59

Kamiak 82, Willow Glen (California) 50

Cedarcrest 74, Olympic 55

South Anchorage (Alaska) 69, Lake Stevens 56

Stanwood 63, Lummi 57

Edmonds-Woodway 59, Hockinson 26

Glacier Peak 81, De La Salle (Oregon) 32

Marysville Getchell 66, Sammamish 57

Mariner 62, North Creek 54

Meadowdale 72, Bremerton 60

Mount Vernon 70, Oak Harbor 36

Blaine 68, Lynnwood 58

Monroe 71, Lynden Christian 68

Mountlake Terrace 70, South Kitsap 59

Davis 74, Lakewood 55

Rancho Solano (Arizona) 54, King’s 45

Granite Falls 52, Port Townsend 48

Marysville Pilchuck 69, Evergreen 33

BOYS WRESTLING

Pac-Coast Tournament

At Mountain View H.S.

Team scores through Friday (Top five and locals): 1. West Linn 139, 2. Selah 137.5, 3. Dallas 134.5, 4. Orting 126.5, 5. Union 121.5, 18 Glacier Peak 68, 42. Jackson 29.

Locals in semifinals: None.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Alameda (California) 65, Shorewood 19

Cedarcrest 62, Olympic 40

Mount Spokane 58, Glacier Peak 55

Eisenhower 60, Lynnwood 50, OT

Sedro-Woolley 49, Mountlake Terrace 44

Renton 73, Lakewood 16

Cedar Park Christian 41, Friday Harbor 30

King’s 63, Montesano 54

Port Townsend 48, Granite Falls 38

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