Winter prep sports roundup.

Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep results for Monday, June 7

Prep results for Monday, June 7:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email



Cascade 82, Mariner 57

200 medley relay—Cascade (Theodor Hezkial, Noah Henderson, Max White, Miles Thompson) 1:58.37; 200 freestyle—Thompson (C) 2:09.16; 200 individual medley—Itzack Tambanua (M) 2:24.02; 50 freestyle—Henderson (C) 24.12; 100 butterfly—Thompson (C) 1:09.63; 100 freestyle—Matthew Meisner (M) 59.24; 200 freestyle relay—Cascade (Henderson, Vaughn Thompson, White, Miles Thompson) 1:53.66; 100 backstroke—Hezkial (C) 1:11.58; 100 breaststroke— Henderson (C) 1:06.39; 400 freestyle relay—Mariner (Meisner, Jonathan Kim, Dominic Cruz-Estrada, Tambanua) 4:14.33.

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Cascade 40, Monroe 34

At Cascade H.S.

106—William Carpenter (M) won by forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Kevin Jacks (C) won by forfeit; 126—Carter Greene (M) won by forfeit; 132—Vinh Ngo (C) won by forfeit; 138—Geroge Heber (M) dec. Jermy Delap 9-4; 145—Talon Carswell (M) pinned Nam Ngo; 152—Brian Zebley (M) pinned Thomas Phan; 160—Joshua Maggard (M) pinned Gage McCrillis; 170—Connor Olson (C) won by forfeit; 182—Francisco Beltran (C) won by forfeit; 195—Daniel Eriksson (C) pinned Jonathan Coonan; 220—Sam Kolesar (C) maj. dec. Benjamin Davis 13-4; 285—Luis Del Moral (C) won by forfeit.

Shorecrest 35, Meadowdale 34*

At Meadowdale H.S.

106—Kaiju Fergerson (SC) won by forfeit; 113—Hilmy Burch (M) pinned George Fernandez 1:19; 120—Joseph Martinez (SC) maj. dec. Zach Sinnes (M); 126–Double forfeit; 132—Double forfeit; 138—Cy Dethlefs (M) pinned Finn Kennedy :48; 145—Jacob Lougee (SC) pinned Charles Illiff 1:02; 152—Thomas Rhodes (SC) pinned Henry Gates 3:20; 160—Devin DeWeese (M) pinned Max Rutledge 5:46; 170—Peter Grimm (SC) pinned Daniel Sok 1:21; 182—Bolar Sodnombayar (M) won by forfeit; 195—Thomas Nakamura (M) maj. dec. Jacob Smith 13-2; 220—Zachary Evans (SC) won by forfeit; 285—Aidan Falin (M) pinned Jessie Gigrich :53.

*-Shorecrest won via tiebreaker criteria

Edmonds-Woodway 48, Cedarcrest 24

At Cedarcrest H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Tram (EW) won by forfeit; 120—Tamayo (C) won by forfeit; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Denkinger (EW) pinned Linerud; 138—Pahre (EW) pinned Contreras; —145—LeCompte (EW) won by forfeit; 152—Reid (C) tech. fall Quitans 13-0; 160—Baldock (EW) won by forfeit; 170—Fitting (EW) won by forfeit; 182—McPhee (C) won by forfeit; 195—Rapelje (EW) pinned Weiker; 220—Whitaker (EW) won by forfeit; 285—Weinert (C) pinned Kartona.

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Lynnwood 66, Mariner 6

Marysville Getchell 34, Jackson 33

Snohomish 39, Arlington 28

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Glacier Peak 67, Archbishop Murphy 41

SNOHOMISH — Eight different Glacier Peak players scored as the Grizzlies used a balanced attack to rout Archbishop Murphy and stay unbeaten.

Aaliyah Collins scored all 15 of her points in the first three quarters to lead a quartet of Grizzlies (8-0) in double figures. Elyse Waldol added 13 points, Madison Rubino had 12 and Maya Erling 11.

Taylor Reed posted a game-high 17 points and Taylor Campbell chipped in nine to lead the Wildcats (6-3).

Shorecrest 53, Mariner 49

SHORELINE — Jordan Tikalsky poured in a game-high 22 points and Shorcrest came back in the fourth quarter to earn a victory over Mariner.

Jocelyn Shea scored seven of her 11 points in the final period to help the Scots (2-7) erase a four-point deficit in the fourth.

Danaysia Cain led the Marauders (1-7) with 20 points and Elsie Rudberg chipped in 14.

Arlington 77, Snohomish 36

ARLINGTON — Keira Marsh shot 11-of-17 from the field, including 3-for-4 on 3-pointers, as she led Arlington with a game-high 26 points in a victory over Snohomish.

Marsh scored 24 of her points in the first three quarters while the Eagles (6-2) built a 40-point lead. Jenna Villa added 17 points and Abbey Hassing and Josie Stupey each had seven.

Ella Gallatin paced the Panthers (6-3) with 10 points.

Everett 42, Monroe 29

MONROE — Alana Washington led all scorers with 18 points and Everett improved .500 on the season with a victory over Monroe.

Ella Sylvester and Mae Washington chipped in seven points apiece for the Seagulls (4-4).

Adria Lincoln netted 14 points to lead the Bearcats (1-7).

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Jackson 55, Marysville Getchell 23

Meadowdale 66, Lynnwood 53

Kamiak 68, Mountlake Terrace 28

Edmonds-Woodway 44, Shorewood 37

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Granite Falls 54, Summit Sierra 24

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