Prep results for Friday, Nov. 30

Here are prep results for Friday Nov. 30, with links to box scores where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-league

Mariner 68, Pasco 54

Shorewood 58, Bellingham 54

Snohomish 56, Monroe 41

Edmonds-Woodway 58, Juanita 44

Glacier Peak 44, King’s 37

Arlington 63, Anacortes 42

Cedarcrest 63, Sehome 62

Cascade 57, Everett 37

South Whidbey at Vashon Island, not reported

Overlake 60, Cedar Park Christian 55

Mount Vernon-FR 47, Arlington Christian 30

Grace Academy at Cedar Park Christian-MLT, not reported

Shoreline Christian at Fellowship Christian, not reported

BOYS WRESTLING

Sidney (Montana) Invitational

Team scores after Day 1—1, Columbia (Mont.) 63; 2, Bozeman (Mont.) 51.5; 2, Post Falls (Idaho) 51.5; 4, Sidney (Mont.) 49.5; 5, Glasgow (Mont.) 38; 6, Dickinson (N.D.) 37.5; 7, Billings West (Mont.) 34.5; 8, Bowman (N.D.) 29; 9, Lake Stevens 28; 10, Colstrip (Mont.) 25.

Lake Stevens quarterfinalists: 103—Theron Tate; 113—Tyler Fouts; 126—Kyle LaCoursiere; 152—Talon Tate; 170—Julian Fryberg; 205—Jacob Vincent.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-league

Everett 51, Cascade 13

Snohomish 38, Cedarcrest 31

Lynden Christian 65, Edmonds-Woodway 53

Lake Stevens 59, Arlington 44

Archbishop Murphy 53, North Kitsap 18

Seattle Academy 63, South Whidbey 24

Overlake 63, Cedar Park Christian 52

Northwest 39, Sultan 35

Sedro-Woolley 67, Granite Falls 33

Moses Lake 54, King’s 49

GIRLS BOWLING

Cascade 3, Everett 0

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