Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep results for Saturday, Feb. 19

Prep results for Saturday, Feb. 19:

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

BOYS BASKETBALL

4A DISTRICT 1/2 TOURNAMENT

3rd/4th place (Both to state)

Mariner 70, Jackson 49

KIRKLAND — Second-seeded Mariner (16-8) cruised past Wesco 4A foe and No. 10-seed Jackson (14-9) in the third/fourth-place game of the 4A District 1/2 Tournament on Saturday.

Both teams advanced to the state tournament next weekend. Seedings for the tournament will be announced at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, according to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.

5th/6th (Winner to state, loser out)

Glacier Peak 42, Skyline 31

KIRKLAND — Fifth-seeded Glacier Peak clamped down and beat No. 4 Skyline in a 4A District 1/2 Tournament winner-to-state, loser-out game on Saturday.

The Grizzlies finished fifth in the tournament n which they previously lost to Skyline in the quarterfinals.

Glacier Peak (14-6) advanced to the state tournament with seedings to be announed on Sunday.

3A DISTRICT 1 TOURNAMENT

Championship (Both to state)

Mountlake Terrace 58, Ferndale 53

EVERETT — Fourth-seeded Mountlake Terrace (17-2) closed on a 14-3 run to end the game and came from behind to beat No. 7 Ferndale (11-11) in the 3A District 1 Tournament championship game on Saturday night.

The district title was Mountlake Terrace’s first since 2012.

Boht teams advanced to the 3A state tournament next weekend.

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Consolation bracket (Winner to state, loser out)

Shorecrest 59, Stanwood 56

EVERETT — Elijah Johnson and Parker Baumann were not going to let Shorecrest’s season come to an end.

Johnson and Baumann combined to score 20 fourth-quarter points, and the Scots overcame a double-digit fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Stanwood Spartans in a Class 3A District 1 boys basketball tournament winner-to-state, loser-out game Saturday at Everett Community College.

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Arlington 70, Cascade 54

EVERETT — Ethan Martin took the game by the scruff to ensure the top-seeded Eagles (17-5) lived to play another day, thanks to the victory in the winner-to-state, loser out game.

Cascade held Arlington’s star guard off the scoresheet until midway through the second quarter, keeping the score close. But Martin exploded after that, finishing with 32 points as the Bruins were unable to keep Martin out of the lane.

David Zachman added 12 points and four blocked shots for the Eagles, while Gage Price scored 11.

Devin Gilbert led Cascade (10-11) with 19 points and eight rebounds, while Andrew Cisneros added 12 points and Cameron Edwards scored 11.

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1A DISTRICT 1/2 CROSSOVERS

Winner to state, loser out

Lynden Christian 82, Sultan 53

SHORELINE — Sultan fell to Lynden Christian in a winner-to-state, loser-out District 1/2 crossover game on Saturday.

Sultan finished its season with a 14-9 overall record.

Lynden Christian (18-1) advanced to the state tournament.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

4A DISTRICT 1/2 TOURNAMENT

5th/6th place (Winner to state, loser out)

Inglemoor 51, Glacier Peak 46

KIRKLAND — Eight-seeded Glacier Peak narrowly fell to No. 6 Inglemoor in a 4A District 1/2 Tournament winner-to-state, loser-out game on Saturday.

Glacier Peak finished in sixth place in the tournament and ended its season with a 9-14 overall record.

Inglemoor (9-12) finished fifth in the tournament and advanced to state.

3A DISTRICT 1 TOURNAMENT

Championship (Both to state)

Arlington 52, Stanwood 39

EVERETT — Top-seeded Arlington (18-2) rolled past No.3-seed Stanwood (12-4) to capture the 3A District 1 Tournament championship on Saturday night.

The game was the second of the season between the two rivals, with the Eagles winning the first game 57-47 on Jan. 8.

Both teams advanced to the state tournament.

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Consolation bracket (Winner to state, loser out)

Snohomish 50, Mountlake Terrace 28

EVERETT — The Panthers puched their ticket to regionals with the victory over the Hawks to win the winner-to-state, loser-out contest.

Second-seeded Snohomish (15-3) overwhelmed sixth-seeded Mountlake Terrace (12-8) with its significant size advantage and constantly-changing defenses. The Panthers outrebounded the Hawks 38-17 and blocked eight shots.

Ella Gallatin paced the Panthers with 11 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, two blocks and two steals. Jada Andresen added 12 points — all on 3-pointers — and nine boards for Snohomish, while Cheyenne Rodgers chipped in with 10 points.

Lindsey Ho scored secen points to lead Mountlake Terrace.

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Everett 51, Meadowdale 31

EVERETT — Twin sisters Mae and Alana Washington did the heavy lifting as the fourth-seeded Seagulls (12-7) won the winner-to-state, loser-out game against the eighth-seeded Mavericks.

The skilled 6-foot sophomores combined to score 32 of Everett’s 51 points. Mae Washington led the way with 19 points, including three rainbow 3-pointers, along with six rebounds and four blocked shots, while Alana Washington scored 13. Emma Larson added 10 rebounds for the Seagulls.

Gia Powell scored 13 points and Ava Powell added 11 boards for Meadowdale, which finished its season 11-10.

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2A DISTRICT 1 TOURNAMENT

Championship (Both to state)

Archbishop Murphy 59, Burlington-Edison 44

MOUNT VERNON — Taylor Campbell scored a team-high 18 points and second-seeded Archbishop Murphy beat No. 1 Burlington-Edison in the 2A District 1 Tournament championship game on Saturday.

Taylor Reed scored 13 points and Hannah Humphrey added 12 for Archbishop Murphy (13-6).

Both teams advanced to the state tournament.

3rd/4th place (Winner to state, loser out)

Lynden 43, Cedarcrest 28

MOUNT VERNON — Seventh-seeded Cedarcrest lost to No. 3 Lynden in a 2A District 1 Tournament winner-to-state, loser-out game on Saturday.

Cedarcrest finished fourth in the tournament, but ended its season with a 9-12 overall record.

Lynden (15-6) advanced to the state tournament.

1A DISTRICT 1/2 CROSSOVERS

Winner to state, loser out

Lynden Christian 67, Sultan 34

SHORELINE — Senior Grace Trichler scored 14 points, including four 3-pointers, but Sultan lost to Lynden Christian in a winner-to-state, loser out District 1/2 crossover game on Saturday.

Sultan finished its season with an 18-4 overall record.

Libby Stump and Grace Hintz each scored 20 for Lynden Christian (19-4).

1B DISTRICT 1/2/3 TOURNAMENT

3rd/4th (Both to state)

Grace Academy 53, Evergreen Lutheran 45

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BOYS WRESTLING

MAT CLASSIC XXXIII

At Tacoma Dome

4A STATE TOURNAMENT

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Chiawana 166.5, 6. Lake Stevens 93, 8. Glacier Peak 70.5.

Championship matches involving local wrestlers (Winner 1st, loser 2nd)

160— Mateo De La Pena (Kennedy Catholic) pinned Wyatt Springer (Lake Stevens) 3:39; 220—Jacob Erickson (Glacier Peak) pinned Johnathan Gressett (Curtis) 1:24; 285—Jaxin McCallum (Kamiakin) dec. Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) 3-1 (OT).

Semifinal matches involving local wrestlers

138—Jake Hubby (Hanford) dec. Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak) 7-0; 160—Wyatt Springer (Lake Stevens) pinned John Rendon (Sunnyside) 1:33; 182—Michael Ager (Rogers-Puyallup) dec. Sean Sanchez (Lake Stevens) 6-2; 220—Jacob Erickson (Glacier Peak) dec. Evan Berdan (Wenatchee) 7-4, Johnathan Gressett (Curtis) dec. Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens) 8-4 (OT); 285—Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) dec. Hunter Hill (Graham-Kapowsin) 4-3.

All other local placers

106—4. Jake Christianson (Lake Stevens); 120—8. Edrik Khanphet (Lake Stevens); 138—3. Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak); 145—8. Tyler Fouts (Lake Stevens); 4. Jackson Balmer (Lake Stevens); 182—6. Sean Sanchez (Lake Stevens); 195—8. Lucas Overland (Lake Stevens); 220—6. Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens).

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3A STATE TOURNAMENT

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Mead 236.5, 7. Stanwood 83.5, 13. Edmonds-Woodway 65, 16. Arlington 62, 23. Shorewood 39, 24. Shorecrest 38, t30. Lynnwood 27, t30. Monroe 27, 33. Snohomish 23, t41. Meadowdale 18, 43. Mountlake Terrace 15, t50. Marysville Pilchuck 6, 55. Marysville Getchell 5, t60. Cascade 0.

Championship matches involving local wrestlers (Winner 1st, loser 2nd)

126—Kenndyl Mobley (North Central) dec. Tyler Rhue (Stanwood) 8-2; 145—Q’Veli Quintanilla (University) tech. fall Thomas Rhodes (Shorecrest) 22-7 (4:38); 152—Alex Rapelje (Edmonds-Woodway) dec. Jonathan Mason (Mead) 4-1; 195—Logan Platt (Yelm) maj. dec. Hunter Tibodeau (Shorewood) 14-4.

Semifinal matches involving local wrestlers

126—Tyler Rhue (Stanwood) pinned Emanuel Carter (Silas) 1:35; 132—Cole Turner (Mead) dec. Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood) 3-2; 138—Hudson Buth (Mt. Spokane) pinned Eric Vogel (Arlington) 4:53; 145—Thomas Rhodes (Shorecrest) dec. Mateo Caso (Walla Walla) 7-0; 152—Alex Rapelje (Edmonds-Woodway) maj. dec. Samuel Thomas (University) 14-5; 170—Jake Humphrey (Walla Walla) pinned Alec Rust (Edmonds-Woodway) 3:21; 182—Deklen Agloinga (Mead) dec. Saul Hernandez (Meadowdale) 12-11; 195—Hunter Tibodeau (Shorewood) dec. Jarom Liljenquist (Mt. Spokane) 13-7.

All other local placers

113—6. Seraphim Treperinas (Mountlake Terrace); 120—8. Bryan Roodzant (Stanwood); 132—3. Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood); 138—3. Dustin Baxter (Arlington), 5. Eric Vogel (Arlington), 6. Geroge Quintans (Edmonds-Woodway); 145—5. Nathaniel Wilder (Lynnwood); 160—3. Trevor Latta (Arlington), 4. Brian Zebley Jr. (Monroe); 170—4. Alec Rust (Edmonds-Woodway); 182—4. Saul Hernandez (Meadowdale); 195—8. Ethan Frati (Snohomish).

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2A STATE TOURNAMENT

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Orting 214.5, 30. Cedarcrest 14, 36. Lakewood 7, t45. Archbishop Murphy 0.

All local placers

132—8. Francisco Contreras (Cedarcrest).

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1A STATE TOURNAMENT

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Toppenish 402, t31. Granite Falls 0, t31. Sultan 0.

All local placers

None.

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2B/1B STATE TOURNAMENT

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Granger 161.5, 12. Darrington 22.5.

All local placers

113—3. Aksel Espeland (Darrington); 195—4. Landen Brown (Darrington).

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GIRLS WRESTLING

Mat Classic XXXIII

At Tacoma Dome

All Classifications State Tournament

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Toppenish 206, 7. Marysville Pilchuck 61, 23. Glacier Peak 31, 36. Arlington 26, 40. Cedarcrest 23.5, 47. Stanwood 21, 53. Everett 18, t81. Lake Stevens 11, t84. Monroe 10, t84. Shorewood 10, t89. Lakewood 8, t97. Cascade 6, t97. Kamiak 6, t119. Marysville Getchell 0, t119. Mountlake Terrace 0.

Championship matches involving local wrestlers (Winner 1st, loser 2nd)

125—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) maj. dec. Alexandra Templeton (Olympia) 10-1; 130—Shelby Moore (White River) pinned Juju Kilroy (Marysville Pilchuck) 1:54; 190—Alivia White (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Delaney Cobbs (Burlington-Edison) 1:51.

Semifinal matches involving local wrestlers

125—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) dec. Gloria Ramirez (Quincy) 6-0; 130—Juju Kilroy (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Lexie Garza (Wapato) 1:59; 135—Nicole Poussier (White River) dec. Abby Varady (Cedarcrest) 10-3; 170—Shannon Workinger (Quincy) pinned Hailey Rich (Stanwood) 1:44; 190—Alivia White (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Katie Gakin (Aberdeen) 4:29.

All other local placers

130—8. Raina Allen (Arlington); 135—3. Abby Varady (Cedarcest), 8. Sophia Breaker (Monroe); 170—5. Hailey Rich (Stanwood); 235—8. Briana Williams-Bales (Arlington).

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BOYS SWIMMING

STATE SWIM AND DIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS

At King County Aquatic Center

4A FINALS

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Curtis 292, 3. Jackson 168, 11. Lake Stevens 72, 20. Glacier Peak 35, 27. Kamiak 11.

Winners and local top-8 placers

200 medley relay—1. Newport (Nathan Xu, Christian Koh, Dylan Ling, Liam Campbell) 1:33.06, 3. Jackson (Braden Thompson, Alex Georgiev, Ethan Chen-Parks, Ethan Georgiev) 1:36.98; 200 freestyle—1. Patrick Keough (Curtis) 1:41.20, 2. Jensen Elsemore (Jackson) 1:44.13, 6. Braden Thompson (Jackson) 1:49.21; 200 individual medley—1. Noah Laird (Inglemoor) 1:50.90; 50 freestyle—1. Tolu Young (Curtis) 20.46, 3. Alex Georgiev (Jackson) 20.92, 8. Kaiu Taylor (Glacier Peak) 22.20; 100 butterfly—1. Patrick Keough (Curtis)48.37, 8. Garrett Chesley (Lake Stevens) 53.54; 100 freestyle—1. Liam Campbell (Newport) 45.22, 6. Jensen Elsemore (Jackson) 47.51; 500 freestyle—1. Aidan Davis (Puyallup) 4:39.13; 200 freestyle relay—1. Curtis (Tolu Young, David Idio, Eric Kwon, Patrick Keough) 1:23.23, 4. Jackson (Ethan Chen-Parks, Jensen Elsemore, Braden Thompson, Ethan Georgiev) 1:28.40; 100 backstroke—1. Tony Ponomarev (Olympia) 50.27, 6. Garrett Chesley (Lake Stevens) 53.50; 100 breaststroke—1. Chris Louie (Kennedy Catholic) 56.04; 400 freestyle relay—1. Curtis (Tolu Young, Logan Kwon, Eric Kwon, Patrick Keough) 3:06.45, 3. Jackson (Braden Thompson, Jensen Elsemore, Ethan Georgiev, Alex Gerogiev) 3:12.00.

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3A FINALS

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Mercer Island 367.5, t18. Shorecrest 34, 22. Cascade 18, t23. Marysville Getchell 15, t26. Shorewood 8, t26. Edmonds-Woodway 8, 28. Snohomish 6.

Winners (No locals placed in the top 8)

200 medley relay—1. Mercer Island (Jakson Winn, Emmett Ralston, Brandon Petersen, Matthew Shield) 1:32.42; 200 freestyle—1. Matt Williamson (Mercer Island) 1:41.08; 200 individual medley—1. Drew Huston (Gig Harbor) 1:50.65; 50 freestyle—1. Brian Lee (Bellevue) 20.64; 100 butterfly—1. Brian Lee (Bellevue) 47.60; 100 freestyle—1. Jakson Winn (Mercer Island) 45.41; 500 freestyle—1. Matt Williamson (Mercer Island) 4:36.67; 200 freestyle relay—1. Mercer Island (Jakson Winn, Emmett Ralston, Colin Carmichael, Matthew Shield) 1:24.16; 100 backstroke—1. Jakson Winn (Mercer Island) 50.71; 100 breaststroke—1. Charlie Arnold (Eastside Catholic) 55.08; 400 freestyle relay—1. Mercer Island (Brandon Petersen, Evan Liu, Matt Williamson, Colin Carmichael) 3:08.13.

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2A FINALS

Teams scores (winner and locals): 1. Anacortes 280, 10. Archbishop Murphy 95.

Winners and local top-8 placers

200 medley relay—1. Pullman (Jake McCoy, Felix Gomez, William Miller, Adam Carter) 1:37.90, 7. Archbishop Murphy (Philip Wold, Evan Wold, Hayden Burgess, Mitchell Abramson) 1:46.66; 200 freestyle—1. William Miller (Pullman) 1:41.88; 200 individual medley—1. Jake McCoy (Pullman) 1:55.84; 50 freestyle—Charles Hudson (Selah) 21.73; 100 butterfly—1. Trent Calloway (Quincy) 51.72, 7. Evan Wold (Archbishop Murphy) 56.62; 100 freestyle—1. Isaac Beers (North Kitsap) 45.98; 500 freestyle—1. Ryan Horr (Anacortes) 4:38.29; 200 freestyle relay—1. North Kitsap (Isaac Beers, James Correll, Mac MacKinnon, Ian Stefanski) 1:28.96; 5. Archbishop Murphy (Kirk Shelton, Evan Wold, Philip Wold, Mitchell Abramson) 1:34.94; 100 backstroke—1. Isaac Beers (North Kitsap) 49.88; 100 breastsroke—1. Felix Gomez (Pullman) 59.09, 7. Philip Wold (Archbishop Murphy) 1:01.83; 400 freestyle relay—Pullman (William Miller, Felix Gomez, Teo Uberuaga, Jake McCoy) 3:18.21.

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