Everett’s Caroline Jameson (30), Farrah Parrish (23), Lilli Thompson (24) and Ella Sylvester (20) react to their team scoring a basket during the Seagulls’ annual BruGull Fest game at on Friday in Everett. Everett won 55-31. (Katie Webber / The Herald)

Everett’s Caroline Jameson (30), Farrah Parrish (23), Lilli Thompson (24) and Ella Sylvester (20) react to their team scoring a basket during the Seagulls’ annual BruGull Fest game at on Friday in Everett. Everett won 55-31. (Katie Webber / The Herald)

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Prep results for Friday, Dec. 6

PREP RESULTS FOR FRIDAY, DEC. 6, WITH LINKS TO STATS WHERE APPLICABLE:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Glacier Peak 58, King’s 53

Everett 69, Cascade 58

Marysville Getchell 66, Lakewood 61, stats not reported

Mariner 71, Pasco 47

Shorewood 58, Bellingham 42, stats not reported

Arlington 56, Anacortes 51, stats not reported

Shorecrest 62, Ferndale 52

Edmonds-Woodway 53, Juanita 41

Sehome at Cedarcrest, not reported

Overlake 48, Granite Falls 23

South Whidbey 80, Port Townsend 44, stats not reported

Cedar Park Christian 51, University Prep 27, stats not reported

Sultan at Northwest, not reported

BOYS WRESTLING

Non-conference

Lynnwood 42, Cascade 30

At Lynnwood H.S.

106—Phillipe Ban (L) won by forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Kevin Jack (C) pinned Bryan Nunez (L) 1:58; 126—Vinh Ngo (C) pinned Luis Hernandez (L) :41; 132—Mar Mendez (C) pinned Malachi Vazquez 1:10; 138—Kayden Richman-Myers (L) dec. Nam Ngo (C) 17-2 (TF); 145—Josiah Powell (L) pinned Gabriel Gibbs (C) 4:39; 152—Georgino Moraga (L) maj dec. Connor Olsen (C) 9-0; 160—Oscar Vazquez (L) dec. Vadym Lusygiyan (C) 4-1; 170—Nate Johnson (L) pinned Chrstian Leyva-Prieto (C) 2:46; 182—Francisco Beltran (C) pinned Diego Amos (L) 1:15; 195—Isaac Hernandez (L) pinned Alan Garcia 1:57; 220—Sam Kolesar (C) pinned Dylan White (L) :36; 285—Blake Reed-Henderson (L) pinned Dimas Minginfel 2:44.

Jackson 63, Mountlake Terrace 11

At Lynnwood H.S.

120—AJ Dunham (J) won by forfeit; 126—Jacob Lykken (J) won by forfeit; 132—Anders Haugen (J) won by forfeit; 138—Cris Wilson (J) pinned Tyler Ekse 1:00; 145—Matt Kastelle (J) dec. James Fletcher 8-4; 152—Charles Immendorf (J) pinned Arum Khou :30; 160—Alex Williams (MT) pinned George Lansana 1:02; 170—Xavier Wilkening-Joly (J) pinned Dylan Breuer 2:18; 182—Evan Johnson (J) won by forfeit; 195—Jesse Juarez (J) won by forfeit; 220—Double forfeit; 285—Iain Gurr (J) pinned Kayden Hickson 5:09; 106—Sam Treperinas (MT) dec. David Fairwell 16-0 (TF); 113—Jonah Justice (J) won by forfeit.

Jackson 51, Lynnwood 28

At Lynnwood H.S.

126—Jacob Lykken (J) pinned Luis Hernandez 1:48; 132—Anders Haugen (J) pinned Malachi Vazquez 1:27; 138—Cris Wilson (J) pinned Kayden Richman-Myers 1:46; 145—Matt Kastelle (J) pinned Josiah Powell 1:44; 152—Georgino Moraga (L) maj. dec. Charles Immendorf 16-4; 160—George Lansana dec. Oscar Vasquez 4-1; 170—Xavier Wilkening-Joly (J) pinned Nate Johnson 1:54; 182—Lynnwood (L) pinned Evan Johnson 3:23; 195—Isaac Hernandez (L) pinned Jesse Juarez 1:10; 220—Dylan White (L) won by forfeit; 285—Iain Gurr (J) pinned Lynnwood 1:38; 106—David Fairwell (J) pinned Phillipe Ban 1:40; 113—Jonah Justice (J) won by forfeit; 120—Bryan Nunez pinned AJ Dunham 1:00.

Cascade 48, Mountlake Terrace 24

At Lynnwood H.S.

126—Vinh Ngo (C) won by forfeit; 132—Mar Mendez (C) won by forfeit; 138—Nam Ngo (C) pinned Tyler Ekse :29; 145—James Fleicher (MT) pinned Cascade 1:09; 152—Connor Olsen (C) dec. Arun Khou 10-4; 160—Alex Williams (MT) pinned Vadym Lusygiyan 1:55; 170—Dylan Breuer (MT) pinned Cristian Leyva-Prieto; 182—Alan Garcia (C) won by forfeit; 195—Francisco Beltran won by forfeit; 220—Dimas Minginfel (C) won by forfeit; 285—Sam Kolesar (C) dec. Kadin Hixon 7-0; 106—Sam Treperinas (MT) won by forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Kevin Jacks (C) pinned Hope Ambachew 1:31.

Lake Stevens at Sidney Eagle Invitational (Sidney, Montana)

Team scores after Day 1 (Top 7 of 25): 1, Sidney (Mont.) 71.5, 2, Bozeman (Mont.) 53.5, 3, Post Falls (Idaho) 53, 4, Columbia (Mont.) 48, 5, Minot (ND) 47, 6, Rapid City (SD) 46.5, 7, Lake Stevens 44.

Lake Stevens wrestlers in Saturday’s quarterfinals—103: Theron Tate; 113: Jake Hubby; 120: Tyler Fouts; 145: Caden Cauley; 152: Wyatt Springer; 160: Ali Hasan; 205: Jacob Vincent.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Everett 55, Cascade 31

Lake Stevens 57, Arlington 54

Snohomish 42, Cedarcrest 27

Archbishop Murphy 56, North Kitsap 53

Lynden Christian 68, Edmonds-Woodway 34

University Prep 36, Cedar Park Christian 17, stats not reported

South Whidbey 36, Port Townsend 29, stats not reported

Sultan 41, Northwest 19

King’s 61, La Center 29

Sedro-Woolley 67, Granite Falls 29, stats not reported

GIRLS BOWLING

Wesco

Cascade 3, Jackson 0

At Evergreen Lanes

HighlightsCascade: Jessie Brambach 404 (210-194); Alyssa Elenbaas 322 (161-161). Jackson: Meadow Hart 330 (146-184); Hailey Marberg 310 (170-140). Records—Cascade 5-0, 4-0 league; Jackson 4-1, 3-1.

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