Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 15

Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 15:

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


Wesco 3A/2A

Shorecrest 77, Shorewood 47

Mountlake Terrace 67, Edmonds-Woodway 39


Kamiak 74, Arlington 60

MUKILTEO — Jaytin Harta poured in 26 points and Josiah Pierre added 21 as Kamiak pulled away in the fourth quarter for a non-league win over Arlington.

Harta made 13 of 14 free-throw attempts, including 10 of 11 in the fourth, as the Knights (4-4) closed the game out down the stretch by connecting on 19 of 23 attempts from the foul line in the fourth.

Alex Lundquist chipped in 11 points for Kamiak.

Ethan Martin led the Eagles (8-2) with 15 points and Grayson Falk added 13.

Lake Stevens 55, Inglemoor 37

KENMORE — Kye Taylor led a balanced scoring attack with 17 points and Lake Stevens earned a non-league victory over Inglemoor.

Lake Stevens improved to 6-4.

Ingelmoor fell to 0-12.

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Lynden Christian 76, Stanwood 54

Cedarcrest 68, Sultan 65

Highline at Archbishop Murphy, score not reported

Marysville Pilchuck at Bothell, canceled


Viking Invite

At Cavalero Mid-High

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Tahoma 200, 2. Orting 195.5, 3. Yelm 178, 4. Lake Stevens 159, 5. Graham-Kapowsin 128.5, 12. Darrington 21.5, 13. Snohomish 16.

Local placers: 106—3. Jacob Christanson (Lake Stevens), 5. Troy Valentine (Lake Stevens); 113—Aksel Espeland (Darrington); 120—3. Edrik Khanphet (Lake Stevens), 5. Trevor Wilson (Lake Stevens); 126—5. Theron Tate (Lake Stevens); 132—7. Jaden Jennings (Lake Stevens); 145—1. Tyler Fouts (Lake Stevens); 160—3. Jackson Balmer (Lake Stevens); 170—2. Wyatt Springer (Lake Stevens); 182—6. Jack Kelley (Snohomish); 220—2. Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens), 5. Connor King (Snohomish); 285—6. Zane Werner (Lake Stevens).


Wesco 3A/2A

Shorewood 44, Shorecrest 40

SHORELINE — Shorewood sank 9 of 10 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off crosstown rival Shorecrest in a Wesco 3A/2A matchup.

Joy Brandenstein scored a team-high 11 points and Kate Evans added nine for the Thunderbirds (5-7, 2-4 Wesco 3A/2A).

Jordan Tikalsky poured in a game-high 24 points for Shorecrest (2-7, 0-6).

Emerald Sound Conference

Coho Division

Granite Falls 49, Eastside Prep 36


Lynden Christian 68, Archbishop Murphy 45

LYNDEN — Libby Stump scored a game-high 23 points as Lynden Christian beat Archbishop Murphy in a non-league contest.

Ava Marr led a balanced scoring attack for Archbishop Murphy (7-3) with 11 points. Claire Esping added 10 points and Taylor Reed nine.

Grace Hintz chipped in 13 points for Lynden Christian (11-4).

Cedarcrest 59, Sultan 49

SULTAN — Holly Williams netted a game-high 19 points to help lift Cedarcrest past Sultan in a non-league clash.

Gracie Mattison chipped in 13 points and Madelyn Davidson 12 for the Red Wolves (5-3).

Faith Anderson led the Turks (8-2) with 13 points.

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Lake Stevens 63, Inglemoor 51



At Blaine H.S.

Team scores (top 5 and locals): 1. Arlington 117, 2. Bellingham 116, 3. Meridian 98.5, 4. Blaine 97, 5. Mount Baker 96, 11. Mariner 20.5, 12. Kamiak 15.

Local placers: 100—3. Lilly Bates (Kamiak), 5. Samantha Garcia-Luna (Mariner), 6. Sierra Gonzales (Arlington); 105—3. Rebecca Serati (Kamiak); 110—4. Kaitlyn Sawnson (Arlington), 6. Andrea Garcia-Ruiz (Mariner); 120—1. Rose Walthers (Arlington); 125—1. Hanna Crew (Arlington), 3. Jaiden Cochran (Arlington); 130—2. Raina Allen (Arlington); 140—5. Alondra Gonzalez (Mariner), 6. Ariel Allen (Arlington); 155—6. Lindsey Ray (Arlington); 170—5. Elizabeth Williams-Bales (Arlington); 235—2. Janay Beckman (Arlington), 3. Laura Meno (Arlington).

Arlington, Everett, Kamiak, Mariner at Blaine H.S.

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