Prep results for Monday, Nov. 28

Prep roundup for Monday, Nov. 28:

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



Cascade 55, Highline 36

BURIEN — Aidan Kopra led nine different Cascade scorers with 14 points and the Bruins used a 22-2 advantage in the second quarter to pull away from the Pirates in a non-league game.

Devin Gilbert scored 10 points and Nate Lagutang added nine for Cascade (1-0).

Corey Crosby scored 12 of his game-high 20 points in the first quarter for Highline (0-1).

Lake Stevens 72, Marysville Pilchuck 52

LAKE STEVENS — Maddox Preder netted 16 of his game-high 19 points in the first half as the Vikings topped the Tomahawks in a non-league contest.

Marshall Adams scored 13 points and Christopher Cook Jr. and Bryson Wheat added 10 apiece for Lake Stevens (1-0), which connected on 10 3-pointers.

Jackson Poe scored 14 points and Gaylan Gray chipped in nine for Marysville Pilchuck (0-1).

Stanwood 52, Kamiak 51

MUKILTEO — John Floyd hit five 3-pointers and poured in a game-high 25 points as the Spartans pulled out a hard-fought victory over the Knights in their non-league season opener.

Colby Campbell added nine points and Cole Williams and Aidan Manzuk each had eight for Stanwood (1-0).

Chance Loudenback and Jaytin Hara netted 15 points apiece and Luke Strand chipped in 12 for Kamiak (0-1).

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Monroe 71, Ingraham 29

MONROE — University of Montana signee Adria Lincoln delivered a record-setting performance and the Bearcats routed the Rams in their season opener.

Lincoln set single-game school records with 43 points and 17 made field goals. She also tied Monroe’s single-game record with 25 rebounds and added six assists. Mya Mercille added eight points for the Bearcats (1-0), who led 34-7 at half.

Ingraham fell to 0-1.

Kamiak 79, Mount Vernon 30

MOUNT VERNON — Bella Hasan poured in 40 points and Nayella George added 25 as the Knights rolled past the Bulldogs in a non-league contest.

Brooklyn Huguenot chipped in 12 points for Kamiak (1-0).

Mount Vernon fell to 0-1.

Lakewood 59, Marysville Pilchuck 22

MARYSVILLE — Emma Tocco netted a game-high 23 points to help the Cougars cruise by the Tomahawks in a non-league game.

Elle Agee added 12 points and Alanna Jones seven for Lakewood (1-0), which jumped out to a 22-1 lead in the first quarter.

Kiawna Calkins led Marysville Pilchuck (0-1) with eight points.

Bellevue 71, Cedarcrest 51

DUVALL — Laine McKenzie tallied 25 points, but the Red Wolves fell in their non-league opener against the Wolverines.

Myana Calloway led Bellevue (1-0) with 25 points.

Cedarcrest fell to 0-1.

Nooksack Valley 73, Archbishop Murphy 55

EVERSON — Ava Marr scored a team-high 24 points and added five assists, but Archbishop Murphy (0-1) fell to Nooksack Valley in its season opener.

Devin Coppinger scored a game-high 27 points for Nooksack Valley (1-0).

Mariner 46, Marysville Getchell 36

MARYSVILLE — Mariner (1-0) opened its season with a double-digit non-league win over Marysville Gethchell.

Fran’shay Wright had 10 points and Janelle Bagtas added nine for the Chargers (0-1).

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Lake Washington 71, Everett 30


Jackson 2, Meridian 1

Ashley Shim bowled a team-high 154 and Jackson defeated Meridian.

Meridian’s Dakota Hill led all bowlers with a 247-point game.

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