Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep results for Friday, Feb. 18

Prep results for Friday, Feb. 18:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com)

BOYS BASKETBALL

2A DISTRICT 1 TOURNAMENT

3rd/4th-place (winner to state, loser out)

Lakewood 71, Burlington-Edison 58

MOUNT VERNON — Justice Taylor scored 36 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter, as fourth-seeded Lakewood held off No. 3 Burlington-Edison to clinch third place in the 2A Disrict 1 Tournament and clinch a state berth on Friday evening.

Taylor hits five 3-pointers in the game, and Blake Conyers added 19 for Lakewood (14-6).

Bennett Howe scored 20 and Zach Watson added 12 for Burlington-Edison, which ended its season with a 13-8 overall record.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

4A DISTRICT 1/2 TOURNAMENT

Championship (Both to state)

Woodinville 63, Lake Stevens 36

EVERETT — Second-seeded Lake Stevens fell to No. 1 Woodinville in the championship game of the 4A District 1/2 Tournament on Friday night.

Lake Stevens (19-3) finished second in the bracket and advanced to that state tournament.

Woodinville improved to 22-1 overall on the season.

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BOYS WRESTLING

Mat Classic Day 1

At Tacoma Dome

4A State Tournament

Semifinal matchups involving local wrestlers

138—Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak) vs. Jake Hubby (Hanford); 160—Wyatt Springer (Lake Stevens) vs. John Rendon (Sunnyside); 182—Sean Sanchez (Lake Stevens) vs. Michael Ager (Rogers-Puyallup); 220—Jacob Erickson (Glacier Peak) vs. Evan Berdan (Wenatchee), Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens) vs. Johnathan Gressett (Curtis); 285—Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) vs. Hunter Hill (Graham-Kapowsin).

Quarterfinal matches involving local wrestlers

106—Elias McDonald (Sumner) tech. fall Troy Valentine (Lake Stevens) 18-2 (6:00), Bennett Beard (Central Valley) pinned Jacob Christianson (Lake Stevens) 1:58; 113—Daeton Johnson (Chiawana) pinned Ulysses Lopez-Vazquez (Glacier Peak) 2:37; 120—Isaac Muniz (Gonzaga Prep) dec. Edrik Khanphet (Lake Stevens) 10-4; 138—Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak) pinned Emilio Castro III (Sunnyside) 1:44; 145—Caden Wilson (Hanford) dec. Tyler Fouts (Lake Stevens) 9-3; 152—Cody Miller (Sumner) pinned Jackson Balmer (Lake Stevens) 5:01; 160—Wyatt Springer (Lake Stevens) pinned Noah Holman (Gonzaga Prep) :38; 182—Sean Sanchez (Lake Stevens) maj. dec. Alex Grant (Olympia) 13-4; Caleb Braswell (West Valley-Yakima) pinned Lucas Overland (Lake Stevens) 1:41; Jacob Erickson (Glacier Peak) tech. fall Matthew Ager (Rogers-Puyallup) 16-1 (4:30), Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens) dec. Evann Tauscher (Eastlake) 5-3; Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) dec. Mateo Armendariz (Sunnyside) 7-5.

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3A State Tournament

Semifinal matchups involving local wrestlers

126—Tyler Rhue (Stanwood) vs. Emanuel Carter (Silas); 132—Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood) vs. Cole Turner (Mead); 138—Eric Vogel (Arlington) vs. Hudson Buth (Mt. Spokane); 145—Thomas Rhodes (Shorecrest) vs. Mateo Caso (Walla Walla); 152—Alex Rapelje (Edmonds-Woodway) vs. Samuel Thomas (University); 170—Alec Rust (Edmonds-Woodway) vs. Jake Humphrey (Walla Walla); 182—Saul Hernandez (Meadowdale) vs. Deklen Agloinga (Mead); 195—Hunter Tibodeau (Shorewood) vs. Jarom Liljenquist (Mt. Spokane).

Quarterfinal matches involving local wrestlers

113—James Mason (Mead) pinned Seraphim Treperinas (Mountlake Terrace) 3:57; 126—Tyler Rhue (Stanwood) dec. Jaysen Rodriguez (Hermiston) 9-5; 132—Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood) pinned William Richardson (Lincoln) 5:09; 138—Jake Mark (Mead) dec. Dustin Baxter (Arlington) 6-3, Eric Vogel (Arlington) dec. Michael Olsen (University) 3-2; 145—Thomas Rhodes (Shorecrest) dec. Garrett Casey (Mead) 3-0, Q’Veli Quintanilla (University) pinned Nathaniel Wilder (Lynnwood) 2:00; 152—Alex Rapelje (Edmonds-Woodway) pinned Dalton Taylor (Cheney) 2:38; 160—Austin Justice (Mead) inj. def. Trevor Latta (Arlington) 3:00, Alex Ford (Prairie) pinned Brian Zebley Jr. (Monroe) 2:43; 170—Alec Rust (Edmonds-Woodway) dec. William Carreto (Yelm) 7-1; 182—Saul Hernandez (Meadowdale) dec. Mason Ferguson (Stanwood) 5-2; 195—Hunter Tibodeau (Shorewood) dec. Ray Wright (Yelm) 6-2.

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2A State Tournament

Semifinal matchups involving local wrestlers

None.

Quarterfinal matches involving local wrestlers

138—Owen Cline (Orting) inj. def. Punchy O’Hara (Lakewood) 1:26; Francisco Ayala (Ellensburg) maj. dec. Evan Reid (Cedarcrest) 10-1.

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1A State Tournament

Semifinal matchups involving local wrestlers

None.

Quarterfinal matches involving local wrestlers

None.

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2B/1B State Tournament

Finals matchups involving local wrestlers

None.

Semifinal matches involving local wrestlers

113—Tanner Grooms (Okanogan) dec. Aksel Espeland (Darrington) 8-3; Noah Holston (Liberty Bell) pinned Landen Brown (Darrington) 1:07.

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GIRLS WRESTLING

Mat Classic XXXIII

At Tacoma Dome

All Classifications State Tournament

Semifinal matchups involving local wrestlers

125—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) vs. Gloria Ramirez (Quincy); 130—Juju Kilroy (Marysville Pilchuck) vs. Lexie Garza (Wapato); 135—Abby Varady (Cedarcrest) vs. Nicole Poussier (White River); 170—Hailey Rich (Stanwood) vs. Shannon Workinger (Quincy); 190—Alivia White (Marysville Pilchuck) vs. Katie Gakin (Aberdeen).

Quarterfinal matches involving local wrestlers

105—Cailee Denison (Tonasket) pinned Cianna Helenihi (Lake Stevens) 1:48; 125—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) pinned Janessa O’Connell (Union) 5:22; 130—Lexie Garza (Wapato) pinned Raina Allen (Arlington) :41, Juju Kilroy (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Mattison Stayrook (Southridge) 2:25; 135—Abby Varady (Cedarcrest) dec. Ruby Clark (Toppenish) 2-0; 170—Hailey Rich (Stanwood) pinned Lily Lawson (Yelm) 3:58; 190—Alivia White (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Yasmari Rodriguez (Wapato) :19; 235—Makayla Torres (Toppensih) pinned Elizabeth Aleo (Lakewood) 5:56.

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BOYS SWIMMING

State Swim and Dive Prelims

At King County Aquatic Center

4A Prelims

Leaders and locals in the top 8

200 medley relay—1. Newport (Nathan Xu, Christian Koh, Dylan Ling, Liam Campbell) 1:34.04, 5. Jackson (Braden Thompson, Alex Georgiev, Ethan Chen-Parks, Ethan Georgiev) 1:37.32; 200 freestyle—1. Patrick Keough (Curtis) 1:41.20, 2. Jensen Elsemore (Jackson) 1:43.62, 8. Braden Thompson (Jackson) 1:48.44; 200 individual medley—1. Noah Laird (Inglemoor) 1:51.71; 50 freestyle—1. Tolu Young (Curtis), 2. Alex Georgiev (Jackson) 20.79, 7. Kaiu Taylor (Glacier Peak) 21.96; 100 butterfly—1. Patrick Keough (Curtis), 7. Garrett Chesley (Lake Stevens) 52.47; 100 freestyle—1. Young Tolu (Curtis) 45.66, 4. Jensen Elsemore (Jackson) 46.62; 500 freestyle—1. Aidan Davis (Puyallup) 4:37.24; 200 freestyle relay—1. Curtis (Tolu Young, David Idio, Eric Kwon, Patrick Keough) 1:24.85, 4. Jackson (Ethan Chen-Parks, Jensen Elsemore, Braden Thompson, Ethan Georgiev) 1:28.08; 100 backstroke—1. Andy Gelston (Hanford) 50.05, 5. Garrett Chesley (Lake Stevens) 52.92; 100 breaststroke—1. Chris Louie (Kennedy Catholic) 56.73; 400 freestyle relay—1. Curtis (Tolu Young, Logan Kwon, Eric Kwon, Patrick Keough) 3:07.86, 2. Jackson (Braden Thompson, Jensen Elsemore, Ethan Georgiev, Alex Gerogiev).3:10.43.

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3A Prelims

Leaders (No locals qualified in the top 8)

200 medley relay—1. Mercer Island (Jakson Winn, Emmett Ralston, Brandon Petersen, Matthew Shield) 1:33.34; 200 freestyle—1. Matt Williamson (Mercer Island) 1:41.73; 200 individual medley—1. Evan Liu (Mercer Island) 1:51.93; 50 freestyle—1. Brian Lee (Bellevue) 20.97; 100 butterfly—1. Brian Lee (Bellevue) 48.06; 100 freestyle—1. Jakson Winn (Mercer Island) 45.81; 500 freestyle—1. Matt Williamson (Mercer Island) 4:36.67; 200 freestyle relay—1. Mercer Island (Jakson Winn, Emmett Ralston, Colin Carmichael, Matthew Shield) 1:25.05; 100 backstroke—1. Jakson Winn (Mercer Island) 50.98; 100 breaststroke—1. Charlie Arnold (Eastside Catholic) 55.43; 400 freestyle relay—1. Mercer Island (Brandon Petersen, Evan Liu, Matt Williamson, Colin Carmichael) 3:09.21.

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2A Prelims

Leaders and locals in the top 8

200 medley relay—1. North Kitsap (Ian Stefanski, James Correll, Isaac Beers, Mac MacKinnon) 1:38.29, 7. Archbishop Murphy (Philip Wold, Evan Wold, Hayden Burgess, Mitchell Abramson) 1:46.80; 200 freestyle—1. William Miller (Pullman) 1:43.69; 200 individual medley—1. Zuriahn Yun (Sammamish) 1:56.37; 50 freestyle—Charles Hudson (Selah) 21.97; 100 butterfly—1. Rocco Velie (Kingston) 52.20, 7. Evan Wold (Archbishop Murphy) 56.98; 100 freestyle—1. Isaac Beers (North Kitsap) 45.81; 500 freestyle—1. Ryan Horr (Anacortes) 4:38.65; 200 freestyle relay—1. North Kitsap (Isaac Beers, James Correll, Mac MacKinnon, Ian Stefanski) 1:29.37; 5. Archbishop Murphy (Kirk Shelton, Evan Wold, Philip Wold, Mitchell Abramson) 1:35.65; 100 backstroke—1. Isaac Beers (North Kitsap) 49.84; 100 breastsroke—1. Zuriahn Yun (Sammamish) 58.43, 8. Philip Wold (Archbishop Murphy) 1:01.83; 400 freestyle relay—Pullman (William Miller, Felix Gomez, Teo Uberuaga, Jake McCoy) 3:19.12.

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