Prep results for Saturday, Dec. 21

Prep results for Satuday, Dec. 21, with links to box scores where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Wesco 3A/2A

Marysville Pilchuck 73, Edmonds-Woodway 60

Northwest 1B

Lummi Nation at Cedar Park Christian-MLT, not reported

Non-conference

Jackson 56, Inglemoor 55

Bellingham 79, Oak Harbor 44

Everett 73, Kingston 53

Snohomish 50, Juanita 45

Anacortes 59, Marysville Getchell 52

Meridian 71, Granite Falls 36

Nooksack Valley 71, Coupeville 48

Lynden Christian 62, Cedar Park Christian 50

Port Angeles 64, Lakewood 63

Sultan 44, Friday Harbor 37

King’s 53, Kent Meridian 35

Tulalip Heritage 69, Neah Bay 49

BOYS WRESTLING

Non-conference

Results not reported

Lindbergh Invitational

At Lindbergh H.S.

Results not reported

Tri-State Tournament

At North Idaho College

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Post Falls 176, 2. Mead 174.5, 3. Granger 173, 4. Moses Lake 170, 5. Mount Spokane 155, T-9. Lake Stevens 133, T-23. Darrington 54, T-29. Meadowdale 45, 54. Glacier Peak 16.

Local placers: 98—6. Aksel Espeland (Darrington). 106—8. Theron Tate (Lake Stevens). 113—7. Jacob Hubby (Lake Stevens). 138—7. Jin Lee (Meadowdale). 152—3. Wyatt Springer (Lake Stevens). 160—7. Brandon Poe (Lake Stevens). 170—4. Lucas Reuwsaat (Darrington). 195—2. Johnny Franke (Darrington). 220—1. Jacob Vincent (Lake Stevens). 285—8. Wyatt Hall (Lake Stevens).

Northwest Duals

At Linn County Fair & Expo Center (Albany, Ore.)

Thurston (Oregon) 40, Edmonds-Woodway 22

106—Kaylee Annis (T) pinned Evan Clugston :46; 113—Ethan Hguyen (EW) dec. Eduardo Mathews 3-2; 120—Kolton Malone (T) maj. dec. Baylor Denkinger 12-4; 126—Reece LeCompte (EW) dec. Elijah Southern 7-1; 132—Sawyer Fasarez (T) pinned Jacob Pahre 3:32; 138—Hunter Harwood (T) pinned Brendan Baldock :17; 145—Ousman Fatty (EW) pinned Trevor Selby 3:59; 152—Russel Hare (EW) dec. Calvin Royce 5-0; 160—Alex Rapelje (EW) maj. dec. Varney Doreen 15-3; 170—Shane Teigen (T) pinned Russel Hare 1:39; 182—Vaun Halstead (T) pinned John Christin-Eriksen :23; 195—Keannan Bowditch (T) pinned Evan Gibbs 5:08; 220—George Kartono (EW) dec. Jeremy Foss 9-2; 285—Double forfeit.

Cascade (Oregon) 44, Edmonds-Woodway 30

106—Adrian Cotton (C) pinned Evan Clugston :23; 113—Mauto Michel (C) pinned Ethan Nguyen 3:45; 120—Baylor Denkinger (EW) tech. fall over Khang Ma 17-2; 126—Reece LeCompte (EW) pinned Trenton Wymore :40; 132—Zackery Fulgham (C) pinned Jacob Pahre :20; 138—Ousman Fatty (EW) dec. Caymus Roache 9-2; 145—Joe Baxter (C) dec. Howie Hare 9-3; 152—Noah Thompson (C) tech. fall Alex Rapelje 17-2; 160—Ben Roth (C) pinned Alec Rust 2:23; 170—Kayden Lindquist (C) pinned Russel Hare 1:38; 182—John Christin-Eriksen (EW) maj. dec. Waylon Wymore 10-2; 195—Evan Fibbs (EW) pinned Braxton Tucker 1:14; 220—George Kartono (EW) pinned Rion Gage 2:40; 285—Brody Petterson (C) won by forfeit.

Edmonds-Woodway 37, Sweet Home (Oregon) 36

106—Jake Sieminski (SH) pinned Evan Clugston :22; 113—Ethan Nguyen (EW) dec. Treyson Smith 4-0; 120—Baylor Denkinger (EW) won by forfeit; 126—Reece LeCompte pinned Connor Ford 2:51; 132—Jacob Pahre (EW) pinned Christian Gregory 1:59; 138—Ousman Fatty (EW) pinned Kaden Zajic :49; 145—Brayden Newport (SH) dec. Howie Hare 8-3; 152—Alex Rapelje (EW) maj. dec. Gavin Walberg 17-7; 160—Travis Thorpe (SH) won by forfeit; 170—Jesse Jamison (SH) pinned Russel Hare 5:13; 182—Nich James (SH) pinned John Christin-Eriksen :39; 195—Iakona Howerton (SH) dec. Evan Gibbs 14-8; 220—George Kartono (EW) pinned Jake Fanning :56; 285—Colby Gazeley (SH) won by forfeit.

Rogers Holiday Tournament

At Rogers H.S.

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Rogers (Puyallup) 213.5, 2. Enumclaw 213, 3. Monroe 168, 4. Kent Meridian 135, 5. Jackson 124.

Local placers: 106—4. David Fairwell (Jackson), 7. Corey Stone (Monroe). 113—6. Carter Greene (Monroe). 120—5. Ralon Carswell (Monroe), 6. Jonah Justice (Jackson), 7. Alexander Dunham (Jackson). 126—4. Anders Haugen (Jackson). 132—3. Larry Goerger (Jackson), 8. Zeke Santo (Monroe). 138—4. Cristian Wilson (Jackson), 6. Josh Maggard (Monroe). 145—3. Brian Zebley (Monroe), 8. Eric Gibson (Jackson). 152—3. Charles Immendorf (Jackson), 7. Jonathan Littrell (Monroe). 160—1. Joseph Littrell (Monroe), 6. George Lansana (Jackson). 170—1. Xavier Wilkening-Joly (Jackson), 4. Garrett Negrete (Monroe). 182—1. Paul Bischoff (Monroe), 5. Sheldon George (Monroe), 8. Evan Johnson (Jackson). 195—4. Henry Deak (Monroe), 5. Jesse Jarez (Jackson). 220—1. Ben Davis (Monroe), 5. Rylan Hampton (Monroe). 285—2. Chris Reber (Monroe), 4. Iain Gurr (Jackson).

Graham Morin Invitational

At Squalicum H.S.

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Stanwood 207, 2. Heritage 163.5, 3. Bellingham 158.5, 4. Decatur 132, 5. Marysville Pilchuck 123.5, 6. Snohomish 120.5, 9. Arlington 95, T-10. Oak Harbor 89.

Local placers: 106—1. Tyler Rhue (Stanwood, 2. Lane Ovenell (Stanwood), T-3. Miles Lamb (Snohomish), T-5 Derek Salazar-Leyva (Oak Harbor). 113—T-3. Bryan Roodzant (Stanwood), T-3. Eric Vogel (Arlington). 120—1. Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood), 2. Dorian Tollenaar (Arlington), T-3. Cole Valdez (Oak Harbor), T-5. Casten Tolldenaar. 126—1. Austin Davis (Marysville Pilchuck), T-3. Timothy Powers (Oak Harbor), T-5. Jack Kelley (Snohomish). 132—2. Jamal Graham (Oak Harbor), T-3. Jayme Gonzales (Snohomish), T-3. Cole Phillips (Arlignton). 138—2. Trevor Latta (Arlington), T-3. Ryan Carlson (Snohomish), T-5. Iakov Bondar (Marysville Pilchuck). 145—1. Isaac Ortega (Stanwood). 152—1. Ryder Bumgarner (Stanwood). 160—T-3. Mason Ferguson (Stanwood), T-5. Sean Lee (Arlington), T-5. Trevin Weeks (Snohomish) 170—1. Riley Van Scoy (Stanwood), 2. Ryan Cote (Snohomish), T-3. Kyle Carlson (Snohomish). 182—1. Cayden White (Marysville Pilchuck). 195—T-3. Will Inghram (Stanwood), T-5. Kamiakin Craig (Marysville Pilchuck), T-5. Anthony Fitzgibbon (Stanwood). 220—T-5. Chris Tabor (Stanwood). 285—T-3. Justin Albee (Marysville Pilchuck).

Lynnwood Classic

At Lynnwood H.S.

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Mount Baker 173.5, 2. Shorecrest 123, 3. Kamiak 116.5, 4. Medowdale 94, 5. Lake Washington 79, 6. Mariner 66, 7. Lynnwood 65, 8. Mountlake Terrace 64, 9. South Whidbey 59, 11. Lakewood 52, 12. Glacier Peak 42, 13. Cascade 20, 14. Archbishop Murphy 15.

Local placers: 106—1. Hilmy Burch (Meadowdale, T-3. Seraphim Treperinas (Mountlake Terrace). 113—1. Richard Chung (Kamiak), 2. Jose Zaomora (Mariner), T-3. Thomas Rhodes (Shorecrest). 120—T-3. Joseph Martinez (Shorecrest), T-3. Javier Richmond (Meadowdale). 126—2. Odin Nieshe (Kamiak), T-3. Luke Kendrick (Archbishop Murphy). 132—1. Drew Aposhyan (South Whidbey), 2. James Fletcher (Mountlake Terrace), T-3. Vinh Ngo (Cascade). 138—1. Kaiya Conway-Yasuyama (Shorecrest), T-3. Josiah Powell (Lynnwood). 145—2. Joseph Adee (Mariner), T-3. Punchy O’Hara (Lakewood), T-3. Devin WeWeese (Meadowdale). 152—2. Alex Williams (Mountlake Terrace), T-3. Georgino Moraga (Lynnwood). 160—1. Trentyn Good (Shorecrest), T-3. Barrett Stengle (Kamiak), T-3. Nate Johnson (Lynnwood). 170—1. Ian Mortensen (Shorecrest), 2. Thomas Nakamiura (Meadowdale), T-3. Dayton Birchfield (South Whidbey), T-3. Elliott Szoke (Kamiak). 182—1. Saul Hernandez (Meadowdale), 2. Rowland Whited (Mariner), T-3. Isaac Hernandez (Lynnwood). 195—1. Ian Faucher (Kamiak), 2. Barret Meyer (Lakewood), T-3. Magnus Nyberg (South Whidbey), T-3. Jose Gonzalez (Glacier Peak). 220—2. Sam Kolesar (Cascade), T-3. Elyjah Schultz (Shorecrest), T-3. Marc Holcomb (Shorecrest). 285—2. Mason Bridges (Glacier Peak), T-3. Jordan Glesener (Shorecrest), T-3. Preston Barr (Glacier Peak).

Nathan Hale Invitational

At Nathan Hale H.S.

Results not reported

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Northwest 1B

Lummi Nation 48, Cedar Park Christian-MLT 33

Non-conference

Bishop Blanchet 44, Meadowdale 42

Edmonds-Woodway 61, Ferndale 54

Mariner 54, Concrete 22

Nooksack Valley 52, Coupeville 30

Sultan 31, Friday Harbor 27

Neah Bay at Tulalip Heritage, score not reported

GIRLS WRESTLING

Lynden “Pride of Lady Lions” Tournament

At Lynden H.S.

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Pasco 183, 2. Kennewick 166, 3. Mount Baker 146.5, 4. Washougal 142, 5. Burlington-Edison, 6. Everett 133, 10. Arlington 98, 13. Oak Harbor 80, 16. Cascade 72, T-19. Cedarcrest 47, T-19 Jackson 47, 21. Snohomish 45, 22. Edmonds-Woodway 43, T-24. Darrington 38, T-24. Glacier Peak 38

Locals placers: 100—2. Sophie Averill (Everett). 105—1. Sumina Gurung (Everett), 3. Arshspreet Kuar (Cascade). 110—2. Claudia Rojas-Guzman (Cascade). 125—3. Lilia Servin (Everett), 4. Kate Rosson (Arlington). 130—3. Abigail Varady (Cedarcrest), 5. Emma Ryan (Jackson), 6. Sela Ho (Everett). 140—6. Frances O’Meara (Everett). 145—3. Amanda Rasoumoff (Jackson), 4. Laura Langer (Darrington), 5. Diandra Dominguez (Oak Harbor). 155—4. Maria Dailey (Oak Harbor). 170—6. Souzanna Crew (Arlington). 190—4. Madi Marshall (Snohomish), 6. Maria Fidow (Everett). 235—1. Vatoria Keyes (Edmonds-Woodway), 6. Tayah Phillips (Everett).

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