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Prep results for Friday, May 20

Prep results for Friday, May 20:

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



Round of 16

At Edmonds Stadium

No. 11 Hazen 2, No. 6 Mead 1

No. 14 O’Dea 2, No. 3 Shorecrest 1

At Ingraham H.S.

No. 10 Peninsula 3, No. 7 North Central 1

No. 2 Lakeside-Seattle 4, No. 15 Edmonds-Woodway 0

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At Memorial Staidum (Seattle)

No. 12 Mercer Island 3, No. 5 Stadium 1

No. 4 Lincoln-Seattle 3, No. 13 Gig Harbor 0

At Anacortes H.S.

No. 8 Monroe 3, No. 9 Bainbridge 0

No 16 Seattle Prep 2, No. 1 Mount Vernon 1

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At Phil Johnson Ballfields

Championship game

Both to state

Skyline 7, Mount Si 0

Consolation bracket

Winner to state

Redmond 15, Inglemoor 0

Jackson 8, Lake Stevens 1

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Both to state

Jackson 7, Redmond 4

Winner to state, loser out

Inglemoor 7, Lake Stevens 6


At Janicki Fields

Championship game

Both to state

Lynden 10, Cedarcrest 4

Consolation bracket

Loser out

Sedro-Woolley 9, Burlington-Edison 4

Lakewood 11, Anacortes 3

Winner to state, loser out

Lakewood 10, Sedro-Woolley 5



At Lake Stevens High School

Boys team scores (top 10): 1. Lake Stevens 127.5, 2. Newport-Bellevue 81, 3. Kamiak 55, t4. Bothell 47, t4. Eastlake 47, 6. Skyline 46, 7. Mariner 43, t8. Glacier Peak 39, t8. North Creek 39, 10. Mount Si 38.75.

Girls team scores (top 10): 1. Lake Stevens 116, 2. Glacier Peak 90, 3. Kamiak 76, 4. Redmond 71, 5. Skyline 69, 6. Eastlake 51, t7. Bothell 50, t7. Issaquah 50, 9. Newport-Bellevue 24, 10. Mount Si 28.

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At Shoreline Stadium

Boys team scores (top 10): 1. Arlington 160, 2. Marysville Pilchuck 69, 3. Lynnwood 57, 4. Shorecrest 51, 5. Oak harbor 42, 6. Meadowdale 39, 7. Monroe 34, 8. Stanwood 31, 9. Snohomish 28, 10. Shorewood 27.

Girls team scores (top 10): 1. Snohomish 121, 2. Shorewood 97, 3. Edmonds-Woodway 85, 4. Arlington 55, 5. Meadowdale 51, 6. Stanwood 49, 7. Lynnwood 48, 8. Shorecrest 42, 9. Oak Harbor 39, 10. Mount Vernon 29.

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At Lakewood H.S.

Boys team scores (top five): 1. Sehome 121, t2. Squalicum 113, t2. Bellingham 113, 4. Lynden 90, 5. Sedro-Woolley 80.

Girls team scores (top five): 1. Sehome 102, 2. Lynden 99, 3. Anacortes 96, 4. Bellingham 88.5, 5. Burlington-Edison 82.5.

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