Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 12

Here are the prep results for Saturday, Jan. 12, with links to box scores and recaps where applicable:


Northwest 1B

Cedar Park Christian-MLT at Lopez, score not reported


Lakewood 60, Friday Harbor 42

Sultan 80, Orcas Island 60

South Whidbey 66, Chimacum 43

Mount Vernon Christian 47, Grace Academy 41, box score not reported


Kentridge Invite

At King County Aquatic Center

Team scores (Top five and locals)—1. Mercer Island 687, 2. Bainbridge 664, 3. Curtis 423, 4. Kamiak 419, 5. Issaquah 313, 9. Edmonds-Woodway 221, 11. Shorecrest 176, 13. Shorewood 124, 16. Lake Stevens 82.5, 20. Snohomish 48, 23. Everett 37, 24. Cascade 33, 27. Marysville Pilchuck 19.

Top local Finishers—200 medley relay—7. Edmonds-Woodway (Jell Plum, Daniel Eno, Yuteng Wang, Anton Teplouhov) 1:39.61; 200 freestyle—4. Vlad Gilszmer (K) 1:44.39; 50 freestyle—3. Teplouhov (K) 22.20; 100 butterfly—4. Maxwell Fang (K) 52.56; 100 freestyle—4. Aric Prieve (SC) 47.87; 500 freestyle—1. V. Gilzmer (K) 4:39.67; 200 freestyle relay—3. Kamiak (Brian Park, Alex Kirby, V. Gilszmer, Fang) 1:28.46; 100 backstroke—5. Prieve (SC) 53.34; 400 freestyle relay—3. Kamiak (Kirby, Fang, V. Gilszmer, Slava Gilszmer) 3:12.37.


Matman Classic

At Central Kitsap H.S.

Team scores (Top five and locals)—1. Peninsula 152.5, 2. Curtis 145, 3. North Mason 132, 4. Black Hills 125, 5. Graham-Kapowsin 125, 14. Cascade 36.5.

Local placers—145: 2. Kaige Bunsngeam, Cascade.

King of the Mountain Tournament

At Darrington H.S.

Cedarcrest, Monroe, Sultan, South Whidbey at Darrington, score not reported

Marysville Pilchuck Premier

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Team scores (Top five and locals)—1. Kentwood 255.5, 2. Bethel 176, 3. Marysville Pilchuck 173, 4. Stanwood 112, T-5. Decatur 111, T-5. Wenatchee 111, 6. Edmonds-Woodway 105.5, 7. Granite Falls 87, 9. Glacier Peak 71.5, 11. Jackson 67, 12. Kamiak 59.5

Local placers—106: 2. Reece LeCompte, Edmonds-Woodway; T-5. Riley Hoople, Granite Falls. 113: T-3. Daylor Denkinger, Edmonds-Woodway; T-3. Richard Chung, Kamiak. 120: 1. Tanner Lauzon, Marysville Pilchuck; T-5. Kyle Nget, Glacier Peak. 126: 2. Austin Davis, Marysville Pilchuck; T-3. Anders Haugen, Jackson; T-3. Gavin Macdonald, Glacier Peak; T-5. Elias Meyer, Edmonds-Woodway. 132: 2. Isaac Ortega, Stanwood; T-3. David Richards-Perhatch, Glacier Peak; T-3. Nick Cantu, Marysville Pilchuck: T-5. Iakov Bondar, Marysville Pilchuck; T-5. Grayson Lecompte, Edmonds-Woodway. 138: T-3. Howie Hare, Edmonds-Woodway; T-3. C.J. Lefsky, Stanwood. 145: 1. Isaiah Galindo, Marysville Pilchuck; 2. Mason McBride, Granite Falls; T-5. Charles Immendorf, Jackson. 152: 1. Hayden Long, Granite Falls; T-3. Jeremy Williams, Stanwood; T-5. Ahmad Humoud, Marysville Pilchuck. 160: 1. Riley Van Scoy, Stanwood; T-5. Mauro Bejar, Marysville Pilchuck. 170: T-3. Cayden White, Marysville Pilchuck; T-5. Seth Harris. 182: 2. Christian Balmer, Jackson; T-5. Christian Simpson, Edmonds-Woodway. 195: T-3. Ian Faucher, Kamiak; T-5. Josh Brown, Edmonds-Woodway; T-5. Ikaika Naweli, Marysville Pilchuck. 285: T-3. Jeff Roullier, Marysville Pilchuck; T-5. Nick Garza, Kamiak; T-5. Wyatt Tayon, Stanwood.

Cleveland Invite

At Cleveland H.S.

Archbishop Murphy, Lakewood, score not reported

Viking Invite

At Cavalero Mid High School

Lake Stevens, not reported



Cedar Park Christian 43, Friday Harbor 26

Sultan 43, Orcas Island 38

La Salle 54, King’s 27

South Whidbey at Northwest, score not reported

Mount Vernon Christian 45, Grace Academy 39


Arlington Ladies Wrestling Tournament

At Arlington H.S.

Team scores (Top four)—1. Arlington 308, 2. Chief Sealth 136, 3. Mount Vernon 104, 4. Burlington-Edison 99

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