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Prep results for Friday, Nov. 12

Prep results for Friday, Nov. 12:

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



Snohomish 2, Roosevelt 1 (Snohomish wins 5-4 on PKs)

GIG HARBOR — Sara Rodgers scored a goal and also clinched the game in the penalty phase as ninth-seed Snohomish beat No. 8 Roosevelt in a shootout to advance to the quarterfinals of the 3A state tournament on Friday night.

Rogers scored with 12 minutes to play to break a scoreless tie, but Snohomish allowed a late goal to force overtime. The overtime period was scoreless and the Panthers earned the win on penalty kicks.

Catherine Greene had 12 saves in goal plus a huge save in penalty kicks to help lift the Panthers to the dramatic win.

Snohomish (14-4-2) will face either No. 16 Bonney Lake or No. 1 Gig Harbor at 5 p.m. Saturday at Roy Anderson Field.

Shorewood 5, Lakes 3

SEATTLE — Seventh-seed Shorewood held off No. 10 Lakes in a high-scoring match to advance to the 3A state quarterfinals.

Shorewood (17-3-0) will face No. 2 Holy Names Academy at 3 p.m. on Saturday at Interbay Athletic Complex.

Lakeside 2, Shorecrest 0

SEATTLE — Third-seed Lakeside blanked No. 19 Shorecrest in the opening round of the 3A state tournament.

Shorecrest finished its season with a 11-10-2 record.

Lakeside advanced to face No. 11 Lake Washington at 1 p.m. on Saturday at Interbay Athletic Complex.

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At King County Aquatic Center


Leaders and locals in the top 8

200 medley relay—1. Tahoma (Hannah Weissman, Makenna Portmann, Rowan Gaul, Hailey Sears) 1:45.91, 7. Kamiak (Julia Lorenzo, Sophia Ryu, Claire Smith, Janey Ryu) 1:52.92; 200 freestyle—1. Gabi Bellin (Curtis) 1:53.74; 200 individual medley—1. Catherine Yu (Redmond) 2:02.93, 3. Olivia Hoyla (Jackson) 2:09.38; 50 freestyle—1. Gillian Tu (Issaquah) 23.84, 5. Madelynn Butler (Lake Stevens) 24.46; Diving—1. Kaitlyn Holt (Mount Si) 158.20, 5. Lauren Wierschke (Jackson) 135.75; 100 butterfly—1. Joy Li (Newport) 57.37, 2. Smith (Kamiak) 57.79; 100 freestyle—1. Michelle Chen (Redmond) 51.33, 7. Butler (Lake Stevens) 53.43; 500 freestyle—1. Maya Clise (Puyallup) 5:02.87; 200 freestyle relay—1. Moses Lake (Laurel Knox, Julia Heaps, Makhaela Parrish, Issabelle Parrish) 1:40.35; 100 backstroke—1. Chen (Redmond) 55.78; 100 breaststroke—1. Yu (Redmond) 1:02.12, 8. Sophia Ryu (Kamiak) 1:07.85; 400 freestyle relay—1. Redmond (Chen, Reedy Ella, Andrea Wu, Yu) 3:35.19, 7. Kamiak (Janey Ryu, Lorenzo, Sophia Ryu, Smith) 3:44.44.


Leaders and locals in the top 8

200 medley relay—1. Bainbridge (Tierney Lenahan, Emma Solseng, Margaret Hayes, Alexa McDevitt) 1:45.57; 200 freestyle—1. Mia Foster (Garfield) 1:49.57; 200 individual medley—1. Piper Enge (Mercer Island) 2:02.29; 50 freestyle—1. Mary Clarke (Snohomish) 23.74; Diving—1. Jane Raffetto (Interlake) 173.25, 6. Saige Anderson (Cascade) 138.75; 100 butterfly—1. Ella Jablonski (Lakeside) 54.75; 100 freestyle—1. Clarke (Snohomish) 51.57, 5. Mia Grove (Monroe) 52.78; 500 freestyle—1. Foster (Garfield) 4:54.84; 200 freestyle relay—1. Bainbridge (Solseng, Piper Majors, Kathryn Houseman, Hayes) 1:36.87; 100 backstroke—1. May Peterson (Cheney) 55.02, 4. Grove (Monroe) 58.10; 100 breaststroke—1. Enge (Mercer Island) 1:02.31; 400 freestyle relay—Bainbridge (Lenahan, Majors, Sammy Segerson, McDevitt) 3:34.64.


Leaders and locals in the top 8

200 medley relay—1. Sammamish (Maya Gheewala, Milan Manfredi, Ava Gruner, Hanna Rhodes) 1:54.74; 200 freestyle—1. Alejandra Ruppe (Steilacoom) 1:57.38; 200 individual medley—1. Ava Gruner (Sammamish) 2:10.33; 50 freestyle—1. Mya Reed (Pullman) 24.61; Diving—1. Martina Klecka (Sehome), 3. Sami Mandeville (Archbishop Murphy); 100 butterfly—1. Gruner (Sammamish) 58.53; 100 freestyle—1. Reed (Pullman) 53.33; 500 freestyle—1. Poppy Edge (Pullman) 5:24.30; 200 freestyle relay—1. Pullman (Edge, Madi Weber, Bree Myers, Reed) 1:42.05; 100 backstroke—1. Ruppe (Steilacoom) 58.96; 100 breaststroke—1. Florence Lo (Sehome) 1:06.63; 400 freestyle relay—1. Pullman (edge, Myers, Melrose Gilbert, Reed) 3:45.46.

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At Yakima Valley SunDome

Loser-out consolation for 7th/8th place

Shoreline Christian 3, Grace Academy 0

YAKIMA — Eleventh-seed Grace Academy ended its season with a 25-22, 25-19, 25-17 loss to Shoreline Christian in the consolation bracket of the 1A state tournament.

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