Prep results for Friday, Jan. 18

Here are the prep results for Friday, Jan. 18, with links to box scores and recaps where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Wesco 4A

Mariner at Cascade, score not reported

Jackson 68, Kamiak 45

Mount Vernon 64, Lake Stevens 60

Glacier Peak 58, Monroe 43

Wesco 3A

Marysville Getchell 60, Everett 54

Marysville Pilchuck 63, Oak Harbor 47

Meadowdale 66, Edmonds-Woodway 47

Lynnwood 55, Mountlake Terrace 53

Stanwood 66, Snohomish 58

Archbishop Murphy 62, Cedarcrest 43, box score not reported

North Sound Conference

South Whidbey 64, Coupeville 43

King’s 67, Cedar Park Christian 43, box score not reported

Sultan 76, Granite Falls 47, box score not reported

Northwest 1B

Providence Christian at Arlington Christian, score not reported

Tulalip Heritage 64, Fellowship Christian 52, box score not reported

Grace Academy 45, Shoreline Christian 43, box score not reported

BOYS WRESTLING

Wesco 3A North

Arlington 54, Oak Harbor 20

At Arlington H.S.

106—Casten Tollenaar (A) dec. Cole Valdez 7-1; 113—Daniel Heiss (A) pinned Timothy Powers 3:06; 120—Dorian Tollenaar (A) won by forfeit; 126—Jakob Dailey (OH) dec. Trevor Latta 12-7; 132—Caleb Fitzgerald (OH) pinned Gunner Olson 2:38; 138—Dimitri Shaffer (A) pinned Vernados Barber 5:35; 145—Blake McBride (OH) dec. Caleb Abenroth 15-0 (TF); 152—Gavin Howell (A) pinned Jeremiah Dailey 1:39; 160—Sam Rush (A) pinned Evan Beerbower 3:18; 170—Krstian Fairbanks (A) pinned Branden Liberty 1:40; 182—Levi Wiseman (A) dec. Ethan Pace 4-2; 195—Cole Hahn (A) won by forfeit; 220—Dawson Reed (A) won by forfeit; 285—Deandre Bennett (OH) pinned Hunter Strande 3:51.

Everett 49, Stanwood 24

At Everett H.S.

132—Isaac Ortega (S) pinned Aaron Chan 1:34; 138—C.J. Lefsky (S) pinned Michael Moore 1:41; 145—Dayne Tuohimaa (E) dec. Ben Woolman 9-6; 152—Riley Bennett (E) dec. Jeremy Williams 12-6; 160-Christian De Guzman (E) pinned Tylor San Nicholas 2:46; 170—Riley Van Scoy (S) pinned Thad Zwar 1:02; 182—Skylar O’Donahue (E) dec. Chris Tabor 8-1; 195—Victor Montiel (E) won by forfeit; 220—Sam Smith (E) pinned Will Inghram 5:10; 285—Wyatt Tayon (S) pinned Marcus Sholdez 3:49; 106—Jonah Palabrica (E) dec. Arlan Eichler 23-8 (TF); 113—Chaves Petronave (E) pinned Cameron O’Neill 5:02; 120—Daniel Ramirez (E) won by forfeit; 126—Fernie Vasquez (E) dec. Ben Wemett 20-3 (TF).

Marysville Getchell 42, Snohomish 33

At Snohomish H.S.

113—Omar Salcedo (MG) pinned Bryce Skowron; 120—Cody Mitchell (MG) pinned Gunnar Sturlaugson; 126—Timothy Doroshuk (MG) pinned Jayme Gonzales; 132—Matthew Miller (S) pinned Garcia-Ramirez; 145—Keean Ohlsen (S) pinned Jesus Cabadas; 152—Kyle Carlson (S) dec. Chris Bonner 9-4; 160—Ryan Cote pinned John Allen; 170—Dylan Wheeler (S) pinned Andrew Cantu; 182—Edgar Duenas (MG) pinned Meier Bracken; 195—Ryan Douglas (S) pinned Corbin Bonner; 220—Caleb Blonk (MG) won by disqualification; 285—Erick Duenes (MG) dec. Duncan King 3-1; 106—Jacob Steele (MG) dec. Mikayla Jardine 6-1.

Marysville Pilchuck 55, Arlington 19

At Arlington H.S.

113—Daniel Heiss (A) pinned Mikey Bejar 4:18; 120—Dorian Tollenaar (A) maj. dec. Alex Foster 14-5; 126—Tanner Lauzon (MP) pinned Trevor Latta :26; 132—Austin Davis (MP) pinned Gunner Olson 1:19; 138—Nick Cantu (MP) pinned Dimitri Shaffer 4:29; 145—Jonathan Goeden (MP) pinned Caleb Abenroth 1:09; 152—Isaiah Galindo (MP) maj. dec. Gavin Howell 10-1; 160—Sam Rush (A) dec. Ahmad Humoud 17-14; 170—Mauro Bejar (MP) dec. Kristian Fairbanks 11-9; 182—Cayden White (MP) pinned Levi Wiseman 1:52; 195—Ikaika Naweli (MP) pinned Cole Hahn 2:25; 220—Kamiakin Craig (MP) pinned Dawson Reed 1:19; 285—Jeff Rouiller (MP) pinned Hunter Strande :18; 106—Casten Tollenaar (A) won by forfeit.

Non-conference

Shorewood, Renton, South Bend, Willapa Valley at Raymond, not reported

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wesco 4A

Mariner 31, Cascade 25, box score not reported

Jackson 45, Kamiak 32

Lake Stevens 49, Mount Vernon 37

Glacier Peak 66, Monroe 17

Wesco 3A

Edmonds-Woodway 77, Meadowdale 58

Lynnwood 63, Mountlake Terrace 35

Archbishop Murphy 44, Cedarcrest 32

North Sound Conference

Coupeville 37, South Whidbey 16

King’s 61, Cedar Park Christian 21

Sultan 62, Granite Falls 57

Northwest Conference

Bellingham 50, Lakewood 44, box score not reported

Northwest 1B

Tulalip Heritage 41, Darrington 24, box score not reported

Grace Academy 42, Shoreline Christian 31

GIRLS BOWLING

Wesco

Cascade 3, Jackson 0

At Evergreen Lanes

Cascade (12-1, 10-1 Wesco)—Paris Smith 226 game, 436 two-game series; Nikki Duell 185 game, 354 series.

Jackson (12-2, 10-2)—Molly Jo Myers 190 game, 355 series; Crystal Le 174 game, 308 series.

Seattle Prep 3, Everett 0

At Evergreen Lanes

Everett (1-11, 1-9 Wesco)—Jayden Ferrier 130 game, 260 two-game series.

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