Prep results for Saturday, Dec. 1

Here are the prep results for Saturday, Dec. 1, with links to box scores and recaps where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-league

Kennewick 60, Mariner 49

Jackson 73, Skyview 62

Sedro-Woolley 87, Oak Harbor 72

Meadowdale 57, Squalicum 52

Interlake 59, Lynnwood 48

Lakewood 83, Sultan 61

Mount Baker 93, Granite Falls 39

Bush 49, Coupeville 30

Cedar Park Christian-MLT 47, Christian Faith 39

Grace Academy 44, Tacoma Baptist 41

BOYS WRESTLING

Meadowdale Invite

Edmonds-Woodway Invite

Team scores: 1. Yelm 202, 2. Edmonds-Woodway 192.5, 11. Kamiak 90, 13. Everett 67.5, 15. Arlington 65, 16. Oak Harbor 64.5, 17. Mariner 64, 20. Shorewood 51, 23. Meadowdale 45, 33. Coupeville 3.

Local winners: 113—Richard Chung, Kamiak; 132—Grayson LeCompte, Edmonds-Woodway.

Acosta Invite

Team scores: 1. Rainier 149, 2. Darrington 126

Local winners: 120—Darin Sedenisu; 132—Jonny Romero; 152—Joseph Monchack; 182—Lucas Reuwsaat; 195—Elrik Lynd; 220—Johnny Franke.

Sydney Montana Tournament

Team scores: 1. Post Falls 238.5, 13. Lake Stevens 60.5.

FOOTBALL

Class 4A state championship game

At the Tacoma Dome

Union 52, Lake Stevens 20

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-league

Kingston 47, Shorewood 36

Issaquah 59, Meadowdale 39

Bellingham 60, Marysville Pilchuck 26

Sedro-Woolley 59, Oak Harbor 36

Everett 45, Blaine 32

Mount Baker at Granite Falls

Lakewood 45, Sultan 29

Cashmere 68, King’s 37

Bush 51, Coupeville 27

Tacoma Baptist 57, Grace Academy 53

GIRLS WRESTLING

Non-league

Bonney Lake at Meadowdale

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