Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep results for Friday, May 28

Prep results for Friday, May 28:

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Emerald Sound Conference

Eastside Prep 108, Granite Falls 39

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Lake Stevens 95, Cascade 53

At Lake Stevens H.S.

200 medley relay—Cascade (Theodor Kezkial, Noah Henderson, Max White, Miles Thompson) 1:54.43; 200 freestyle—Darin Hardie (LS) 2:08.24; 200 individual medley—Nathan Fleischmann (LS) 2:04.45; 50 freestyle—Fleischmann (LS) 23.76; 100 butterfly—Henderson (C) 59.35; 100 freestyle—Thompson (C) 56.00; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Fleischmann, Hardie, Christian Santori, Oscar Westendorf) 1:42.40; 100 backstroke—Ben Howard (LS) 1:06.14; 100 breaststroke—Westendorf (LS) 1:10.50; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Fleischmann, Howard, Hardie, Santori) 3:43.22.

Lake Stevens, 107, Marysville Getchell 60; Lake Stevens 134, Marysville Pilchuck 22

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Reece Gerhart, Laird Marlatt, Garrett Chesley, Demitri Levien) 1:50.74; 200 freestyle—Andrew Christensen (MG) 2:02.62; 200 individual medley—Marlatt (LS) 2:21.62; 50 freestyle—Eli Christensen (MG) 24.31; Diving—Jadon Cardona (LS) 294.85; 100 butterfly—Chesley (LS) 58.53; 100 freestyle—Christensen (MG) 54.51; 500 freestyle—Erik Kristensen (MG) 6:44.06; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (DJ Trout, Connor Weldon, Caleb Schiessl, Cardona) 1:50.94; 100 backstroke—Garrett (LS) 57.03; 100 breaststroke—Weldon (LS) 1:14; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Levien, Trout, Marlatt, Chesley) 3:49.73.

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Snohomish 58, Shorecrest 24

At Shorecrest H.S.

106—Kaiju Fergerson (SC) pinned Justin Kerr 2:51; 113—Ian Thorsteinson (Sno.) dec. George Fernandez 8-0; 120—Miles Lamb (Sno.) won by forfeit; 126—Bryce Skowron (Sno.) won by forfeit; 132—Cooper Kunard (Sno.) won by forfeit; 138—Double forfeit; 145—Thomas Rhodes (SC) pinned Ryan Carlson 5:18; 152—Colby Skowron (Sno.) pinned Matthew Curtis 4:45; 160—Peter Grimm (SC) pinned Paul Johnson 2:40; 170—Jack Kelley (Sno.) pinned Max Rutledge 2:38; 182—Trevin Weeks (Sno.) won by forfeit; 195—Ethan Frati (Sno.) pinned Jacob Smith 1:12; 220—Meier Brackman (Sno.) won by forfeit; 285—Connor King (Sno.) pinned Elyjah Schultz 1:21.

Edmonds-Woodway 53, Mountlake Terrace 12

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Sam Terperinas (MT) pinned AP Tran :47; 120—Double forfeit; 126—Abishai Gounder (MT) won by forfeit; 132—Baylor Denkinger (EW) dec. Arun Khou 9-3; 138—Jacob Pahre (EW) pinned Jack Bode 1:59; 145—Reece LeCompte (EW) maj. dec. James Fletcher 11-2; 152—George Quintans (EW) pinned Tyler Ekse 1:17; 160—Brendan Baldock (EW) pinned Jacob Arevalo 1:05; 170—Liam Fitting (EW) maj. dec. Koby Sedy 15-2; 182—Justus Whittaker (EW) pinned Garret Stockl :22; 195—Alex Rapelje (EW) pinned Eddie Dodgin :57; 220—Evan Gibbs (EW) pinned Mason Michlitch :39; 285—George Kartano (EW) pinned Griyphon Aman 1:20.

Cascade 36, Shorewood 30

At Cascade H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Kevin Jacks (C) pinned Clayton Elder 3:59; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Quincy Laflin (S) pinned Vinh Ng 1:45; 138—Jeremy Delap (C) pinned Henry Poetzl 1:18; 145—Isaac Van Horn (S) pinned Nam Ngo 1:06; 152—Carlos Garcia (C) pinned Joseph Rivera 5:37; 160—Mohammed Chorr (C) won by forfeit; 170—Connor Olson (C) pinned Alberto Solano 3:57; 182—RJ Buchheit (S) pinned Ronan McKague 1:14; 195—Hunter Tibodeau (S) pinned Daniel Eriksson 1:46; 220—Sam Kolesar (C) pinned Max Null 5:57; 285—Milan Johnson (S) pinned Luis Del Moral 1:29.

Glacier Peak 57, Lakewood 17

At Glacier Peak H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Chris Bergevijn (GP) won by forfeit; 120—Ulysses Lopez-Vazquez (GP) won by forfeit; 126—Jack O’Hara (L) won by forfeit; 132—Taylor Brock (L) maj. dec. Justin Choe 17-1; 138—Marcus Rodriguez (GP) won by forfeit; 145—Gil Mossburg (GP) pinned Punchy O’Hara 5:19; 152—Spencer Dhondt (GP) pinned Chase Dawson 1:08; 160—Luke Owen (GP) pinned Gage Wetzel 3:39; 170—Roman Nichols (GP) pinned Dre Ang 5:24; 182—Keith Larkin (GP) pinned Jackson Hodgins 1:28; 195—Kobe Phothvongsa (GP) pinned Sean Spencer; 220—Joe Schutt (L) pinned Angus Van Valey 3:14; 285—Jacob Erickson (GP) dec. Keegan Bach 8-5.

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Cedarcrest 27, Mariner 12

Everett 48, Marysville Getchell 18

Stanwood 70, Monroe 18

Meadowdale 31, Lynnwood 27

Marysville Pilchuck 40, Arlington 36

Jackson at Lake Stevens, score not reported

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Glacier Peak 59, Snohomish 35

SNOHOMISH — Aaliyah Collins scored a team-high 15 points as undefeated Glacier Peak used a 24-8 run in the final quarter to beat crosstown-rival Snohomish on Friday night.

Maya Erling and Elyse Waldal each scored 11 and Madison Rubino chipped in nine for Glacier Peak (5-0).

Ella Gallatin scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Snohomish (4-2) offense.

Meadowdale 59, Lynnwood 57 (OT)

LYNNWOOD — Kaisha Stark and Fatoumata Jaiteh combined for 27 points, including six in overtime, to lead Meadowdale to a hard-fought win over Lynnwood.

Stark finished with 14 points, Jaiteh had 13, and Jordan Leith, Ava Powell and Jenaly Gabriel each had eight for Meadowdale (3-3).

Mia Jones scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, Kayla Lorenz added 13, and Aniya Hooker and Dina Yonas each chipped in 10 for Lynnwood (3-2).

Cedarcrest 59, Mariner 30

DUVALL — Ava Erhardt scored a game-high 25 points as Cedarcrest earned a Wesco win over Mariner on Friday night.

Ava LaPorte added 10 points for Cedarcrest (4-3).

Doneysia Cain led Mariner (1-4) with 12 points.

Marysville Pichuck 33, Cascade 28

MARYSVILLE — Freshman guard Gianna Frank scored 11 points and Marysville Pilchuck held off Cascade in a back-and-forth game Friday night.

Junior guard Christy de la Paz added seven points for Marysville Pilchuck (2-4).

Miriam Sylla had 10 points and Abby Surowiec chipped in nine for Cascade (0-6).

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Lake Stevens 50, Jackson 32

Shorecrest 56, Lakewood 40

Monroe at Stanwood 67, Monroe 43

Mountlake Terrace 52, Edmonds-Woodway 47

Emerald Sound Conference

Sultan 61, South Whidbey 57

SULTAN — Grace Trichler scored a game-high 27 points, including a late 3-pointer that sealed the win as Sultan held off a late charge from South Whidbey on Friday.

Faith Anderson had 12 points and Katelynn Gunderson added nine for Sultan (5-0), which stayed undefeated on the season.

Elizabeth Haines had 20 points and Isabelle Wood added 18 for South Whidbey (2-4).

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