Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 4

Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 4:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Stanwood 60, North Creek 51

Sedro-Woolley 73, Sultan 46

Orcas Island at South Whidbey, not reported

King’s 75, King’s Way Christian 66

Lake Washington 63, Cedar Park Christian 48

Cedar Park Christian-MLT at Mount Vernon Christian, not reported

Toledo 51, Darrington 45

BOYS WRESTLING

North Torrance Tournament

At North Torrance H.S.

Team scores: Not reported.

Local placers: Not reported.

Gut Check

At ShoWare Center

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Blair Academy 351, 2. Toppenish 208, 3. Chiawana 161, 4. Granter 131, 5. Othello 120, 17. Edmonds-Woodway 61.5, 34. Marysville Pilchuck 36, 50. Darrington 20, 51. Cedarcrest 19,

Local placers: 106—7. Ethan Nguyen (Edmonds-Woodway). 113—7.Baylor Denkinger (Edmonds-Woodway). 120—6. Reece LeCompte (Edmonds-Woodway). 182—3. Cayden White (Marysville Pilchuck). 195—3. Johnny Franke (Darrington).

Shoreline Invitational

At Shorecrest H.S.

Team scores: 1. Shorewood 187.5, 2. North Creek 154.5, 3. Monroe 138, 4. Edmonds-Woodway 135, 5. Shorecrest 133, 6. Lakewood 123, 7. Ingraham 62, 8. Roosevelt 27.

Local placers: 106—3. Corey Stone (Monroe), 4. George Fernandez (Shorecrest). 113—2. Jack O’Hara (Lakewood). 120—1. Quincy Laflin (Shorewood), 3. Angus Rate (Edmonds-Woodway). 126—1. Isaac Van Horn (Shorewood), 2. Talon Carswell (Monroe), 3. Jacob Pahre (Edmonds-Woodway). 132—1. Ousman Fatty (Edmonds-Woodway), 2. Joseph Rivera (Shorewood), 3. Aidan Jung (Shorewood). 138—1. Kaiya Conway (Shorecrest), 2. Curt Tanaka (Shorewood), 3. Punchy O’Hara (Lakewood), 4. Brendan Boldcock (Edmonds-Woodway). 145—2. Howie Hare (Edmonds-Woodway), 3. Kody Carpenter (Shorewood), 4. Gage Wetzel (Lakewood). 152—1. Trentyn Good (Shorecrest), 2. Brenden McClellan (Lakewood), 3. Jonathan Littrell (Monroe), 4. Ephram Wright (Lakewood). 160—1. Joseph Littrell (Monroe), 3. Cole Becker (Shorewood), 4. Dre Ang (Lakewood). 170—1. Ian Mortensen (Shorecrest), 2. Russel Hare (Edmonds-Woodway), 3. William Hayan (Lakewood), 4. RJ Buchheit (Shorewood). 182—1. Hunter Tibodeau (Shorewood), 3. Paul Bishoff (Monroe), 4. John Christin-Eriksen (Edmonds-Woodway). 195—1. Evan Gibbs (Edmonds-Woodway), 2. Max Null (Shorewood), 4. Barrett Meyer (Lakewood). 220—1. Ben Davis (Monroe), 2. Elyjah Schultz (Shorecrest), 4. Isaac Kabuchi (Shorewood). 285—1. Keegan Bach (Lakewood), 2. Chris Reber (Monroe), 3. Jordan Glesener (Shorecrest).

Everett Classic

At Everett H.S.

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Everett 169.5, 2. Steilacoom 135.5, 3. Meadowdale 127, 4. Woodinville 113.5, 5. Arlington 96, 11. Lake Stevens 73.5, 12. Mountlake Terrace 71.5, 15. Mariner 68.5, 19. Cascade 31.

Local placers: 106—1. Jonah Palabrica (Everett), T-3. Hilmy Burch (Meadowdale), T-5. Seraphim Treperinas (Mountlake Terrace). 113—1. Jose Zamora Solorano (Mariner), T-3. Eric Vogel (Arlington), T-5. Thinh Tong (Lake Stevens). 120—1. Dorian Tollenaar (Arlington), T-3. Casten Tollenaar (Arlington). 126—1. Fernie Vasquez (Everett), T-3. Christian Anderson (Lake Stevens), T-5. Levi Ellsberry (Mariner). 132—T-3. Nathan Lee (Meadowdale), T-3. James Fletcher (Mountlake Terrace), T-5. Cole Phillips (Arlington). 138—1. Jin Lee (Meadowdale), T-3. Trevor Latta (Arlington), T-5. Jackson Balmer (Lake Stevens). 145—T-3. Devin DeWeese (Meadowdale), T-5. Joseph Adee (Mariner). 152—1. Christian De Guzman (Everett), 2. Thaddeus Gonzalez (Meadowdale), T-5. Alex Williams (Mountlake Terrace). 160—T-5. Thomas Trautman (Everett). 170—T-3. Rowland Whited (Mariner), T-5. Skylar O’Donahue (Everett). 182—1. Saul Hernandez (Meadowdale). 195—T-3. Seth Becker (Lake Stevens), T-5. Victor Montiel (Everett). 220—1. Sam Kolesar (Cascade), 2. Joey Hudson (Everett). 285—1. Sam Smith (Everett), 2. Kadin Hixon (Mountlake Terrace).

Mount Baker Invitational

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Mount Baker 252, 2. Glacier Peak 202, 3. Granite Falls 193.5, 4. Sultan 114, 5. Lynden 112.5, 6. South Whidbey 78.5, T-7. Darrington 73.

Local placers: 106—3. Aksel Espeland (Darrington), 5. Ulysses Lopez-Vazquez (Glacier Peak), 6. Christopher Bergevin (Glacier Peak). 113—1. Riley Hoople (Granite Falls), 3. Colin Gibbs (Glacier Peak). 120—2. Darin Sedenius (Darrington), 3. Joshua Verheul (Sultan). 126—1. Kyle Nget (Glacier Peak), 2. Chrsitian Roberts (Granite Falls), 3. Drew Aposhyan (South Whidbey), 5. Ashin Whittaker (Darrington), 6. Cooper Johnsen (Sultan). 132—1. Lucas Owen (Glacier Peak), 4. Howard Wilde (Granite Falls). 138—2. Aidan Fleming (Sultan), 4. Logan Tonsgard (Granite Falls). 145—2. Hunter Jones (Sultan), 3. Kolby Petraburg (Granite Falls), 4. Carlos Brambila (Granite Falls), 5. Joseph West (Darrington), 6. Richard Zinnato (Darrington). 152—1. Mason McBride (Granite Falls), 3. William Bennett (Sultan), 4. Ashton Weidmen (Darrington), 5. Daniel Carlson (Granite Falls), 6. William Carroll (Glacier Peak). 160—1. Hayden Long (Granite Falls), 3. Roman Nichols (Glacier Peak), 4. Landen Brown (Darrington), 5. Justin Moberly (South Whidbey), 6. Kaidyn Brinks (South Whidbey). 170—1. Antelmo Hernandez (Granite Falls), 3. Dayton Birchfield (South Whidbey). 182—1. Dylan Owen (Glacier Peak), 2. Aiden Coleman (South Whidbey), 5. Keith Larkin (Glacier Peak). 195—2. Jacob Erickson (Glacier Peak), 3. Kameron Weaver (Sultan), 6. Magun Nyberg (South Whidbey). 220—2. Elijah Palmaffy (Glacier Peak), 4. Cody Deason, 5. Jared Barth (Granite Falls). 285—1. Mason Bridges (Glacier Peak), 2. Preston Barr (Glacier Peak), 3. Ben Vanderwel (Granite Falls), 4. Dylan Davis (South Whidbey).

Pacific Northwest Classic

At University H.S.

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Flathead 214.5, 2. Mount Spokane 182, 3. Mead 148, 4. Hanford 147, 5. Lake City 133, 8. Snohomish 87.

Local placers: 132—3. Jayme Gonzales (Snohomish). 160—1. Ryan Cote (Snohomish). 170—4. Kyle Carlson (Snohomish). 195—5. Karson Castillo (Snohomish).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wesco 4A

Glacier Peak 66, Lake Stevens 52

Non-conference

Monroe 52, Interlake 47

Orcas Island at South Whidbey, not reported

King’s 52, Moses Lake 47

Darrington 32, Tulalip Heritage 29

GYMNASTICS

Sehome Invite

At Gym Star Sports Center

Team scores: Not reported.

GIRLS WRESTLING

Women’s Woolley Tournament

At Sedro-Woolley H.S.

Team scores: Not reported.

Reported local placers: 155—3. Laura Langer (Darrington).

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