Prep results for Friday, Jan. 24




Mount Vernon vs. Everett, not reported


Wesco 4A

Mariner 81, Cascade 31, stats not reported

Kamiak 65, Jackson 61, stats not reported

Lake Stevens 47, Mount Vernon 46

Glacier Peak 83, Monroe 43

Wesco 3A/2A

Meadowdale 64, Edmonds-Woodway 53

Mountlake Terrace 64, Lynnwood 43

Marysville Getchell 69, Everett 50

Marysville Pilchuck 78, Oak Harbor 37, stats not reported

Stanwood 66, Snohomish 43

Cedarcrest 46, Archbishop Murphy 43

North Sound Conference

King’s 78, Sultan 39, stats not reported

Cedar Park Christian 69, Coupeville 46, stats not reported

South Whidbey 64, Granite Falls 50

Northwest 2B

Darrington 59, Orcas Island 47

Northwest 1B

Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace 72, Shoreline Christian 31, stats not reported


Wesco 3A North

Everett 40, Stanwood 33

At Stanwood H.S.

145—Michael Moore (E) pinned Carter Kinney 1:35; 152—Anselm Budnik (E) won by forfeit; 160—Christian De Guzman (E) maj. dec. Mason Ferguson 11-3; 170—Riley Van Scoy (S) pinned Skylar O’Donohue 1:15; 182—Joey Hudson (E) dec. Chris Tabor 4-3; 195—Victor Montiel (E) pinned Anthony Fitzgibbon 5:04; 220—Will Inghram (S) pinned Andrew Lopez 3:16; 285—Sam Smith (E) pinned Jackson Houston 2:46; 106—Lane Ovenell (S) pinned John Nelson 1:19; 113—Tyler Rhue (S) dec. Jonah Palabrica 2-1; 120—Bryan Roodzant (S) pinned Xander Grauman 4:54; 126—Fernie Vasquez (E) dec. Keaton Mayernik 4-3; 132—Aaron Chan (E) pinned Cameron O’Neill 2:34; 138—Isaac Ortega (S) pinned Cole Venturo 3:05.

Snohomish at Marysville Getchell, not reported


Moses Lake 49, Lake Stevens 25

At Moses Lake H.S.

106—Saul Salinas (ML) maj. dec. Theron Tate 11-2; 113—Jake Hubby Jr. (LS) pinned Jeremiah Martinez; 120—Jonathan Tanguma (ML) pinned Tyler Fouts; 126—Ryan Grubb (ML) pinned Brayden Bowers; 132—Hunter White (ML) pinned Mereke Hoffman; 138—Camron Regan (ML) pinned Ethan West; 145—Lerenz Thomas (ML) dec. Caden Cauley 8-4; 152—Max Zamora (ML) pinned Wyatt Springer; 160—Ali Hasan (LS) pinned Gustavo Barajas; 170—Cruz Vasquez (ML) pinned Brandon Poe; 182—Sean Sanchez (LS) maj. dec. Isaiah Bernal; 195—Everett Ashley (ML) pinned David Voldenschuk; 220—Jacob Vincent (LS) pinned Andrew Kile; 285—Wyatt Hall (LS) dec. Saul Villa 5-0.


Wesco 4A

Mariner 49, Cascade 28

Jackson 70, Kamiak 48

Lake Stevens 67, Mount Vernon 30

Glacier Peak 66, Monroe 41

Wesco 3A/2A

Cedarcrest 38, Archbishop Murphy 31

Edmonds-Woodway 49, Meadowdale 45

Lynnwood 70, Mountlake Terrace 53

North Sound Conference

King’s 56, Sultan 20

Cedar Park Christian 35, Coupeville 21, stats not reported

South Whidbey 36, Granite Falls 27, stats not reported

Northwest 2A

Lakewood at Bellingham, not reported

Northwest 2B/1B

Orcas Island 55, Darrington 26, stats not reported

Northwest 1B

Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace 28, Shoreline Christian 26, stats not reported

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