Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 14

Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 14:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com. Please report results by 10:30 p.m.)


Wesco 3A/2A

Everett 60, Edmonds-Woodway 56

EVERETT — Danny Savovic netted a game-high 26 points, Isaiah White scored 20 points and the Seagulls pulled out a victory over the Warriors in league play.

Hayden Conaxis added 17 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks for Everett (9-5, 7-2 Wesco 3A/2A).

Steven Warren Jr. had 22 points, including six 3-pointers, and Drew Warner chipped in 13 points for Edmonds-Woodway (5-8, 3-6).

Snohomish 71, Marysville Getchell 64

SNOHOMISH — Jason Roth scored 20 points, Drew Davis posted a double-double with 19 points and 12 rebounds, and the Panthers earned a league win over the Chargers.

Amari Biggs had 15 points and Hudson Capelli added nine for Snohomish (5-7, 3-5 Wesco 3A/2A).

Bubba Palacol poured in 27 points, Shawn Ethridge chipped in 13 and Wyatt Harris added eight for Marysville Getchell (9-4, 5-4).

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Cedarcrest 62, Archbishop Murphy 52


Sultan, 64, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 39

SULTAN — Toby Trichler and Eli Trichler combined for 10 3-pointers and poured in 26 points apiece as the Turks cruised past the Eagles for a non-league win.

Five other players scored for Sultan (10-1).

Denis Anischenko had 16 points to lead Cedar Park Christian (1-14).

Gig Harbor 71, Lake Stevens 56

GIG HARBOR — Tyson Eyman scored 20 points, but the Vikings fell in a non-league clash with the Class 3A fourth-ranked Tides.

Maddox Preder had 15 points and Javon McFerrin added 11 for Lake Stevens (8-5).

Luke Browne netted 25 points and Will Landram scored 22 for Gig Harbor (12-1).

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Orcas Island 72, Granite Falls 70

Northwest Conference

Mount Vernon 66, Lakewood 64

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Marysville Premier

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Stanwood 218, 3. Glacier Peak 150.5, 6. Snohomish 95.5, 8. Lakewood 78, 9. Granite Falls 71, 10. Marysville Pilchuck 69, 15. Jackson 21.

Finals involving locals: 113—Jonah Papetti (Squalicum) maj. dec. Soren Andersen (Stanwood) 18-8; 120—Bryan Roodzant (Stanwood) dec. Isaiah Adamson (Kentwood) 5-2; 126—Miles Lamb (Snohomish) pinned Ivan Willson (Mount Si) 2:41; 132—Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood) dec. Darrell Nanpuya (Omak) 5-3 (SV); 138—Tyler Rhue (Stanwood) pinned Peyton Rihtarich (Granite Falls) 2:08; 145—Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak) pinned Lane Ovenell (Stanwood) 5:45; 152—Cristopher Alva (Lakewood) dec. Colin Edmonds (Glacier Peak) 11-7; 160—Chase Jones (Woodinville) pinned Dakota Wilkinson (Granite Falls) :41; 170—Ryder Bumgarner (Stanwood) pinned Emmet Crowder (Mount Si) 1:33; 182—Mason Ferguson (Stanwood) pinned Jack Kelley (Snohomish) 3:03; 195—Evan Berdan (Wenatchee) dec. Elijah Fleck (Stanwood) 9-3; 220—Frank Kissick (Mount Si) pinned Conoor King (Snohomish) 1:57; 285—Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) pinned Chase Nunan (Mount Si) 1:15.

Viking Invite

At Cavelero Mid-High School

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Mt. Spokane 190.5, 5. Lake Stevens 136.

Finals involving locals: 113—Jacob Christianson (Lake Stevens) dec. Brennen Williams (South Kitsap) 10-6; 220—Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens) dec. Matthew Ager (Rogers) 6-1.

Fife Lads and Lasses

At Fife H.S.

Team scores not available

Finals involving locals: 170—Kaivone Cooks (Lincoln-Tacoma) dec. Max Rutledge (Shorecrest) 4-3.

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Monroe, Cascade, Cedarcrest, Mountlake Terrace, Archbishop Murphy at Issaquah H.S., 9 a.m.

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Wesco 3A/2A

Arlington 68, Cascade 12

EVERETT — All 12 Arlington players scored and the 3A fourth-ranked Eagles used a balanced effort to earn a league win over the Bruins.

Katie Snow scored 11 points, Jenna Villa had 10, Olivia Sizer added nine and Maddy Fischer and Khari Deberry chipped in eight apiece for Arlington (11-2, 9-0 Wesco 3A/2A), winner of five straight.

Abby Surowiec led Cascade (2-11, 1-8) with eight points.

Snohomish 48, Marysville Getchell 31

SNOHOMISH — Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles led a trio Panthers in double figures with 16 points as Snohomish bested the Chargers for a league victory.

Jada Andresen scored 13 points and Sienna Capelli added 12 for the Panthers (9-5, 6-3 Wesco 3A/2A).

Hayden Robinson led Marysville Getchell (5-8, 2-7) with 16 points.

Archbishop Murphy 70, Cedarcrest 38

DUVALL —Brooke Blachly scored a game-high 22 points, Ava Marr had 17 points and the Wildcats topped the Red Wolves for a league win.

Kayla Hookfin added 13 points and Caroline Burns chipped in 10 for Archbishop Murphy (9-5, 6-3 Wesco 3A/2A).

Bella Rose led Cedarcrest (2-10, 1-7) with nine points.

Meadowdale 71, Marysville Pilchuck 10

LYNNWOOD — Audrey Lucas led 10 Meadowdale scorers with 18 points and the Mavericks beat the Tomahawks for a league victory.

Mia Brockmeyer scored nine points and Payton Fleishman and Angela Ton each added eight for Meadowdale (10-4, 6-3 Wesco 3A/3A).

Kiawna Calkins led Marysville Pilchuck (0-11, 0-8) with five points.


Stanwood 55, Lake Stevens 50 (OT)

STANWOOD — Vivienne Berrett netted a game-high 21 points and the 3A sixth-ranked Spartans outlasted the Vikings for an overtime victory in non-league play.

Tatum Brager hit four 3-pointers and scored 14 points and Grace Walker hit three 3s and chipped in 11 points for Stanwood (11-2).

Nisa Ellis scored 14 of her team-high 20 points in the second half, Keira Tupua added 14 points and Ella Edens had nine for Lake Stevens (8-6).

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Orcas Island 29, Granite Falls 20

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Borderite Blizzard

At Blaine H.S.

Team scores: 1. Everett 193, 2. Arlington 171.5, 3. Stanwood 138, 12. Lakewood 36, 14. Mariner 32, 15. Kamiak 30, 18. Darrington 11.

Finals involving locals: 100—Araxi Crew (Arlington) pinned Ella Moa (Mount Baker) 2:34; 110—Genesis Vazquez (Blaine) pinned Carolina Barajas (Mariner) 1:25; 115—Danielle Crew (Arlington) maj. dec. Parker Halgren (Mount Vernon) 12-4; 125—Micayla Yates (Sedro-Woolley) pinned Sienna Kuehn (Everett) :37; 130—Felecity Wright (Lakewood) pinned Hailey Latta (Arlington) 1:49; 135—Milania Rodirguez (blaine) pinned Mariah Fulgenzi (Stanwood) 4:34; 140—Raina Allen (Arlington) pinned Katana Karasti (Stanwood) 1:41; 145—Samara Knudsen (Mount Vernon) pinned Samantha Williamson (Everett) 1:15; 170—Maricela Mendoza-Garcia (Everett) inj. def. Callie Debolt (Kamiak); 235—Mia Cienega (Everett) pinned Riley Ost (Stanwood) 1:49.

Fife Lads and Lasses

At Fife H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. White River 283, 9. Shorecrest 55, 15. Kamiak 25.5.

Finals involving locals: 105—Rebecca Serati (Kamiak) pinned Mia Han (Federal Way) 3:26; 110—Ana Reed (Shorecrest) dec. Cecilia Ledesma (Spanaway Lake) 10-8; 115—Janessa Bailey (Lincoln-Tacoma) pinned Rebecca Rhodes (Shorecrest) 2:50.

Justice for All

At Issaquah H.S.

Team scores not available

Finals involving locals: 110—Madilynn Haney (Eastlake) pinned Venus Hernandez (Lynnwood) :59; 120—Sheryl Joy Hufford (Monroe) pinned Hailey Carswell (Monroe) 3:00; 130—Saniyah McKinney (Seattle Academy) pinned Neela Lopez Hernandez (Mountlake Terrace) :18; 140—Emily Marquez-Ortiz (Jackson) pinned Audrey Rinehart (Thomas Jefferson) 1:13.

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