Prep results for Friday, Jan. 17

Prep results for Friday, Jan. 17:


Wesco 4A

Jackson 82, Cascade 46

Glacier Peak 69, Mount Vernon 49

Lake Stevens 75, Monroe 65

Wesco 3A/2A

Arlington 61, Archbishop Murphy 50

Marysville Pilchuck 73, Cedarcrest 62

Edmonds-Woodway 60, Marysville Getchell 57

Stanwood 56, Meadowdale 45

Mountlake Terrace 73, Everett 49

Shorecrest 78, Oak Harbor 56

Snohomish 46, Lynnwood 45

Northwest Conference

Lakewood at Nooksack Valley, ppd.

North Sound Conference

South Whidbey 64, Coupeville 50

Cedar Park Christian at King’s, not reported

Northwest 1B

Lummi Nation 56, Tulalip Heritage 50


Darrington 58, Grace Academy 55


Wesco 4A

Jackson 66, Cascade 18

At Cascade H.S.

138—Wilson (J) pinned Dione 2:00; 145—Kastelle (J) fall Gibbs-Castillo (C) 5:47 152—Immendorf (J) pinned Olson 1:14; 160 —Lasana (J) pinned Giordan 3:54; 170—Wilkening-Joly (J) pinned Betham 1:13; 182—Garcia (C) pinned Johnson (J); 195—Humbyrd (C) won by forfeit; 220—Kolesar (C) won by forfeit; 285—Gurr (J) pinned Dinh 1:44; 106—Rasamouff (J) won by forfeit; 113—Fairwell (J) pinnedBerdahl 5:07; 120—Dunham (J) pinned Jacks 2:25; 126—Haugen (J) inj. def. Mendez; 132—Georger (J) pinned Delap 3:25.

Kamiak 54, Mariner 25

At Kamiak H.S.

120—Richard Chung (K) pinned Jose Zamora 3:52; 126—Levi Elsberry (M) dec. Kevin Cantini 13-2; 132—Sam Serati (K) pinned Kayleb Matishak 3:03; 138—Odin Nieshe (K) pinned Chirstopher Gutierrez 3:24; 145—Cesar Pacheco (M) pinned Eli Farmer 5:36; 152—Joseph Adee (M) dec. Leo Furlong 10-6; 160—Barrett Stengele (K) won by forfeit; 170—Elliot Szoke (K) won by forfeit; 182—Rowland Whited (M) pinned Corbin Dunston 1:45; 195—Jace Barnette (K) won by forfeit; 220—Mark Holcomb (K) won by forfeit; 285—Carlos Baez (K) won by forfeit; 106—Marc Hruschka (K) won by forfeit; 113—Malachi Hashimeto (M) won by forfeit.

Lake Stevens 55, Glacier Peak 18

At Glacier Peak H.S.

106—Theron Tate (LS) pinned Ulysses Lopez-Vazquez; 113—Aiden Eberlein (LS) dec. Colin Gibbs 12-2; 120—Jake Hubby (LS) tech. fall Hunter Hollenbeck 18-3; 126—Tyler Fouts (LS) dec. Kyle Nget 8-6; 132—Luke Owen (GP) pinned Mereke Hoffman 3:29; 138—Ethan West (LS) pinned Justin Cole :48; 145—Caden Cauley (LS) pinned Marcus Rodriguez 3:30; 152—Wyatt Springer (LS) pinned Will Carroll 1:15; 160—Ali Hasan (LS) dec. Ronan Nichols 9-7; 170—Brandon Poe (LS) pinned Mark Yerokihn 3:45; 182—Dylan Owen (GP) pinned Sean Sanchez 1:33; 195—Jacob Erickson (GP) pinned David Vadlenshchuk :23; 220—Jacob Vincent (LS) dec. Elijah Palmaffy 12-3; 285—Wyatt Hall (LS) pinned Mason Bridges 4:43.

Mount Vernon at Monroe, ppd.


Wesco 3A/2A

Arlington 76, Archbishop Murphy 59

Cedarcrest 64, Marysville Pilchuck 22

Marysville Getchell 40, Edmonds-Woodway 34

Meadowdale 52, Stanwood 38

Everett 47, Mountlake Terrace 32

Shorecrest 77, Oak Harbor 38

Snohomish 39, Lynnwood 38

Northwest Conference

Nooksack Valley at Lakewood, ppd.

North Sound Conference

King’s 68, Cedar Park Christian 32

Coupeville 34, South Whidbey 25

Sultan 45, Grantie Falls 26

Northwest 1B

Lummi Nation 40, Tulalip Heritage 32


Grace Academy 54, Darrington 39



Burlington-Edison at Everett, ppd.


Othello Lady Huskies Invite

At Othello H.S

Team scores through Friday (top five and locals): 1. Othello 88, 2. Sunnyside 67, 3. Hanford 65, 4. Kennewick 55, 5. Eisenhower 59, T-52. Lake Stevens 0.

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