Prep results for Saturday, Dec. 28

Prep results for Saturday, Dec. 28, with links to box scores where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Cedarcrest 52, Kalama 48

Marysville Pilchuck 76, Spanaway Lake 54

Monroe 66, De La Salle 61

Service (Alaska) 91, Lake Stevens 62

Marysville Getchell 61, Sunnyside 56

Lynnwood 58, Mount Baker 50

Whitney (California) 70, Kamiak 56

Archbishop Murphy 61, Fife 52

Mariner 48, Mountlake Terrace 46

Stanwood 76, Blaine 52

Glacier Peak 71, Lynden Christian 55

Jackson 59, Bothell 52

TBD vs. Shorewood, not reported

Lakewood 89, Ellensburg 60

Granite Falls 64, Chimacum 26

Sunnyslope (Arizona) 59, King’s 43

Friday Harbor at South Whidbey, not reported

Edmonds-Woodway 67, Enumclaw 59, OT

BOYS WRESTLING

Pac Coast Championships

At Mountain View H.S.

Team scores (Top five and locals): 1. Selah 208, T-2. Orting 202.5, T-2. West Linn 202.5, 4. 187.5, 5. Dallas 180.5, T-18. Glacier Peak 89, 42. Jackson 30.

Local placers: 195—4. Jacob Erickson (Glacier Peak).

The Rock

At Vashon Island H.S.

Team scores (Top five and locals): 1. Zillah 187, 2. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 145, 3. Everett 124.5, 4. Forks 116.5, 5. Granite Falls 105, 9. Lake Stevens 96.5, 10. Darrington 73.5.

Local placers: 106—T-3. Jonah Palabrica (Everett). 113—2. Riley Hoople (Granite Falls). 120—T-3. Darrin Sedenius (Darrington). 126—1. Fernie Vasquez (Everett). 138—1. Aidan Fleming (Sultan), T-3. Logan Tonsgard (Granite Falls), T-3. Ethan West (Lake Stevens). 152—T-3. William Bennett (Sultan). 160—2. Hayden Long (Granite Falls), T-3. Ali Hasan (Lake Stevens). 170—1. Lucas Reuwsaat (Darrington), T-3. Skyler O’Donahue (Everett). 182—T-3. Trevor Alongi (Everett). 195—1. Johnny Franke (Darrington), T-3. Victor Montiel (Everett). 220—2. Cody Deason (Sultan), T-3. Joey Hudson (Everett). 285—1. Ben Vanderwel (Granite Falls), T-3. Michael Schultz (Lake Stevens), T-3. Sam Smith (Everett).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Meadowdale 67, Lincoln 60

Shorewood 50, Daysland (Canada) 27

Cedarcrest 75, Neah Bay 46

Glacier Peak 67, Eastlake 50

West Valley (Yakima) 59, Lynnwood 49

Anacortes 53, Archbishop Murphy 46

Mariner 41, Marysville Pilchuck 35

Snohomish at Lake Stevens, not reported

Lakewood 27, Lummi Nation 25

Burlington-Edison 77, Granite Falls 22

Friday Harbor at South Whidbey

King’s 54, Meridian 51

Jackson 44, Westview (Oregon) 42

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