Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 8

Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 8:

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

BOYS BASKETBALL

NON-LEAGUE

Bellevue 59, Mariner 58

EVERETT — Jailin Johnson scored a team-high 12 points, but Mariner fell to Bellevue in a close non-league game on Saturday night.

Dakota Joseph scored 11 points and Makai Bloomfield chipped in 10 for Mariner (6-5).

Ryan Brush scored a game-high 23 points for Bellevue (9-2).

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

WESCO 4A

Lake Stevens 70, Glacier Peak 32

LAKE STEVENS — Baylor Thomas led five Lake Stevens players in double-figures with 17 points, and the Vikings opened league play with a dominant win over Glacier Peak.

Cori Wilcox scored 12, Perla Ruiz added 11 and Camille Jentzsch and Nisa Ellis scored 10 each for Lake Stevens (7-1, 1-0).

Brynna Pukis scored 21 of the 32 points for Glacier Peak (3-5, 0-1), including five 3-pointers.

WESCO 3A/2A

Arlington 57, Stanwood 47

ARLINGTON — Jenna Villa and Keira Marsh scored 15 points apiece as Arlington pulled away to beat rival Stanwood in a key Wesco 3A/2A matchup Saturday night.

With the game tied at 43-43 midway through the fourth quarter, Villa drained a 3-pointer and converted a tough layup on back-to-back possessions to kickstart a decisive 10-0 run by the Eagles.

Samara Morrow, Jersey Walker and Kierra Reese each added eight points for Arlington (5-1, 3-0 Wesco 3A/2A).

Grace Walker led Stanwood (5-2, 3-1) with 17 points and Vivienne Berrett added 12.

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BOYS WRESTLING

NON-LEAGUE

Everett Classic

At Everett H.S.

Local teams scores: 1. Lake Stevens 180.5, 9. Arlington 81, 13. Everett 46, 15. Marysville Getchell 35, 19. Archbishop Murphy 20,

Championship matches: 106—Junior Sandoval (Burlington-Edison) tech. fall Alexzander DePass (Ferndale) 18-3 (4:09); 113—Chris Lopez Gonzales (Burlington-Edison) pinned Austin Merwin (Ferndale) 1:25; 120—Kaleb Marciszewski (Steilacoom) pinned Omar Salcedo (Marysville Getchell) 2:45; 126—Ryan Wilson (Mount Vernon) pinned Cael Button (Blaine) 3:34; 132—Colin McIntyre (Vashon Island) maj. dec. Chase Weber (Sedro-Woolley) 12-2; 138—Dustin Baxter (Arlington) dec. Eric Vogel (Arlington) 7-2; 145—Gavin Lang (Anacortes) dec. Jacob Gandy (Ferndale) 4-2; 152—Tyler Fouts (Lake Stevens) tech. fall Andrew Finsrud (Ferndale) 17-0 (4:00); 160—Vincent Parry (Steilcaoom) tech. fall Jack Cheatham (Blaine) 19-4 (4:29); 170—Wyatt Springer (Lake Stevens) dec. Trevor Latta (Arlington) 7-3; 182—Brady Malone (Issaquah) pinned Owen Carpenter (Sedro-Woolley) 4:23; 195—Elliot Carlsson (Steilacoom) pinned Dayne Camacho (O’Dea) 3:47; 220—Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens) pinned Lucas Overaland (Lake Stevens) :44; 285—Gersai Herrera (Ferndale) pinned Emiliano Velazquez (Everett) 1:48.

Snohomish Panther Classic

At Snohomish H.S.

Team scores: Glacier Peak 160, Stanwood 156, Mount Baker 139, Snohomish 116, Lynnwood 107, Juanita 102, Oak Harbor 88.5, Cascade 49, Jackson 44.

Championship matches: 106—Marc Hrushka (Stanwood) pinned Noah Bates (Juanita) :41; 113—Robert Westre (Juanita) pinned Phillipe Ban (Lynnwood) 4:30; 120—Jorey Johnson (Mount Baker) pinned Bryan Roodzant (Stanwood) 5:44; 126—Tyler Rhue (Stanwood) pinned Cole Valdez (Oak Harbor) 4:55; 132—Lane Ovenell (Stanwood) pinned Miles Lamb (Snohomish) 1:54; 138—Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak) dec. Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood) 5-3; 145—Nathaniel Wilder (Lynnwood) dec. Daniel Washburn (Mount Baker) 7-4; 152—Adrian Klinkenberg (Juanita) dec. Ryan Carlson (Snohomish) 6-5; 160—Elijah Washburn (Mount Baker) pinned Percie Hatfield (Oak Harbor) 1:57; 170—Lucas Owen (Glacier Peak) pinned Vance Lawrence (Mount Baker) 3:21; 182—Mason Ferguson (Stanwood) pinned Jack Kelley (Snohomish) 1:47; 182B—Carter Kinney (Stanwood) pinned Dylan Moa (Mount Baker) 5:23; 195—Ethan Frati (Snohomish) dec. Elijah Fleck (Stanwood) 4-1; 220—Jacob Erickson (Glacier Peak) pinned Connor King (Snohomish) :52; 285—Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) pinned Elisha Abuhanna (Lynnwood) 4:42.

Cedarcrest 45, Mountlake Terrace 18

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

126—Ashton Butterfield (C) pinned Seraphim Treperinas 3:03; 132—Isaac Williams (MT) pinned Justin Link :54; 138—Francisco Contreras (C) dec. Malachi Hashimoto 12-11; 145—Shawn Nykreim (C) won by forfeit; 152—Peter Schaefer (C) pinned Bryce Pawling 1:04; 160—Sebastian Zambrano Bossa (C) won by forfeit; 170—Koby Sedy (MT) pinned Joey Soroka 1:27; 182—Jamison Davis (MT) pinned Zander Cole 1:00; 195—Double forfeit; 220—Andrew Weiker (C) won by forfeit; 285—Jacob Hansen (C) won by forfeit; 106—Ben Adams (C) won by forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Double forfeit.

Ingraham 53, Mountlake Terrace 20

132—Daniel Martinez (I) pinned Malachi Hashimoto 2:59; 138—Jack Bode (MT) dec. Thom Stahlecker 8-5; 145—Eleazar Malaki (I) pinned Bryce Pawling 3:09; 152—Frederick Mangan (I) won by forfeit; 160—Jonathan Arana (I) won by forfeit; 170—Koby Sedy (MT) pinned Isaiah Phillips 2:52; 182—Barut Abdullahi (I) tech. fall Jamison Davis 21-6 (5:48); 195—Kieran Geisness (I) won by forfeit; 220—Tyee Ford (I) won by forfeit; 285—Double forfeit; 106—Noah Hill (I) won by forfeit; 113—Samuel Moery (I) won by forfeit; 120—Seraphim Treperinas (MT) pinned Kai Seaton :30; 126—Isaac Williams (MT) tech. fall Galen Baird 18-0 (5:19).

Meadowdale 36, Mountlake Terrace 30

138—Malachi Hashimoto (MT) pinned Skylar Rivera 2:11; 145—Cy Dethlefs (Mead.) pinned Bryce Pawling :38; 152—Daniel Sok (Mead.) won by forfeit; 160—Double forfeit; 170—Double forfeit; 182—Koby Sedy (MT) pinned Omega Ijaya 5:01; 195—Saul Hernandez (Mead.) pinned Jamison Davis 2:14; 220—Joseph Williams (Mead.) won by forfeit; 285—Aidan Falin (Mead.) won by forfeit; 106—Double forfeit; 113—Hilmy Burch (Mead.) won by forfeit; 120—Seraphim Treperinas (MT) pinned Maddox Millikan :30; 126—Isaac Williams (MT) pinned Miguel Garcia 4:29; 132—Jack Bode (MT) pinned Trisan Dodds :50.

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