Prep results for Saturday, Nov. 10

Check out links to reported stats and upcoming postseason matchups.

PREP RESULTS FOR SATURDAY, NOV. 9 (LINKS TO STATS WHERE APPLICABLE) AND UPCOMING POSTSEASON MATCHUPS:

CROSS COUNTRY

4A STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

At Sun Willows G.C. (Pasco)

Boys

Top 10 teams: 1, Camas 53; 2, Tahoma 97; 3, Lewis and Clark 123; 4, Central Valley 126; 5, Jackson 155; 6, Olympia 173; 7, Mount Si 199; 8, Curtis 219; 9, West Valley Yakima 234; 10, Newport 235.

Local runners in top 20: 14, Brenden Charbeneau, Jackson, 15:31.2.

Girls

Top 10 teams: 1, Redmond 86; 2, Camas, 107; 3, Tahoma 113; 4, Eastlake 144; 5, Lewis and Clark 162; 6, Glacier Peak 172; 7, Bellarmine Prep 181; 8, Richland 198; 9, Lake Stevens 240; 10, Emerald Ridge 281.

Local runners in top 20: 4, Aviry Stratton, Glacier Peak 18:26.7; 8, Alexis Palmer, Glacier Peak, 18:34.9; 15, Emma Arceo, Kamiak, 18:44.7; 19, Ashley Reeck, Lake Stevens, 18:52.6.

3A STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

At Sun Willows G.C. (Pasco)

Boys

Top 10 teams: 1, Kamiakin 34; 2, Bishop Blanchet 52; 3, North Central 86; 4, Arlington 118; 5, Interlake 169; 6, Stadium 211; 7, Yelm, 259; 8, Seattle Prep 269; 9, Ballard 272; 10, Lakes 282.

Local runners in top 20: 15, Micah Murphy, Lynnwood, 15:50.5.

Girls

Top 10 teams: 1, North Central 20; 2, Holy Names Academy 84; 3, Bishop Blanchet 159; 4, Central Kitsap 174; 5, Arlington 189; 6, Edmonds-Woodway 191; 7, Kennewick 212; 8, Marysville Getchell 222; 9, Eastside Catholic 252; 10, Capital 261.

Local runners in top 20: 8, Ellie Gard, Edmonds-Woodway, 18:23; 12, Ellie Baxter, Snohomish, 18:36.8; 15, Jasmine Nguyen, Marysville Getchell, 18:49.7; 19, Jemma Willcox, Edmonds-Woodway, 18:56.9.

2A STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

At Sun Willows G.C. (Pasco)

Boys

Top 10 teams: 1, Sehome 89; 2, Steilacoom 105; 3, Ellensburg 114; 4, Bellingham 133; 5, Sedro-Woolley 170; 6, Columbia River 173; 7, Cheney 182; 8, Tumwater 237; 9, Selah 250; 10, Ridgefield 251.

Local runners in top 20: 15, Alex Williams, Mountlake Terrace, 16:05.4; 18, Joshua Beam, Mountlake Terrace, 16:10.7.

Girls

Top 10 teams: 1, Ellensburg 83; 2, Bellingham 102; 3, Sehome 107; 4, West Valley Spokane 107; 5, Selah 192; 6, Pullman 192; 7, Liberty 201; 8, Anacortes 236; 9, Port Angeles 236; 10, Tumwater 244.

Local runners in top 20: None.

1A STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

At Sun Willows G.C. (Pasco)

Boys

Top 10 teams: 1, Lakeside 92; 2, Klahowya 109; 3, Medical Lake 112; 4, South Whidbey 137; 5, Cascade Leavenworth 145; 6, Cashmere 147; 7, Charles Wright Academy 174; 8, Connell 200; 9, Northwest 209; 10, University Prep 283.

Local runners in top 20: 3, Isaac Cortes, Granite Falls 16:03.0; 8, Nick Lebar, King’s, 16:21.4;

Girls

Top 10 teams: 1, Deer Park 98; 2, Lakeside 107; 3, La Center 121; 4, Klahowya 135; 5, Cashmere 148; 6, King’s 164; 7, Seton Catholic 190; 8, South Whidbey 213; 9, Northwest 218; 10, Goldendale 230.

Local runners in top 20: 2, Naomi Smith, King’s, 18:24.0; 20, Elie Bassett, Granite Falls, 19:44.7.

2B/1B STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

At Sun Willows G.C. (Pasco)

Boys

Top 10 teams: 1, Northwest Christian (Lacey) 70; 2, Pope John Paul II 98; 3, Trout Lake 148; 4, Manson 162; 5, Brewster 167; 6, Asotin 188; 7, Ilwaco 193; 8, Liberty Bell 211; 9, Davenport 223; 10, Life Christian 242.

Local runners in top 20: None.

Girls

Top 10 teams: 1, Pope John Paul II 96; 2, Liberty Bell 102; 3, St. George’s 145; 4, Kettle Falls 148; 5, Cedar Tree Classical Christian 151; 6, Ilwaco 156; 7, Trout Lake 157; 8, Northwest Christian (Lacey) 161; 9, Colfax 184; 10, Garfield-Palouse 192.

Local runners in top 20: None.

FOOTBALL

4A PLAYOFFS

Saturday’s game

Loser out

Mount Si 34, Monroe 20

1A PLAYOFFS

Saturday’s game

Loser out

Meridian at King’s 7 p.m.

1B Playoffs

Saturday’s game

Loser out

Evergreen Lutheran 50, Darrington 44

STATE SCORES

Crescent 2, Taholah 0 (forfeit)

Ridgefield 49, Aberdeen 6

Bethel 41, Bishop Blanchet 13

Hockinson 59, Centralia 7

Lincoln 56, Rainier Beach 6

Seattle Prep 28, Lake Washington 17

Tekoa-Rosalia 56, Yakama Tribal 18

Union 42, Mount Rainier 6

Woodinville 45, Emerald Ridge 21

GIRLS SOCCER

3A NORTHWEST DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s games

At Shoreline Stadium

Consolation final

Winner to state, loser out

Snohomish 2, Edmonds-Woodway 0

Final

Both to state

Marysville Getchell 2, Ferndale 0

2A NORTHWEST DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s games

At Liberty H.S.

Consolation final

Winner to state, loser out

Sehome 5, Sammamish 0

Championship

Both to state

Liberty 6, Cedarcrest 1

1A BI-DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s games

At Granite Falls H.S.

Consolation final

Winner to state, loser out

Lynden Christian 2, Overlake 1, OT

Final

King’s 2, Seattle Academy 0

GIRLS SWIMMING

4A NORTHWEST DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

Team scores: 1, Jackson 525.5; 2, Kamiak 400; 3, Lake Stevens 372; 4, Glacier Peak 273; 5, Monroe 187; 6, Cascade 157.5; 7, Mount Vernon 63; 8, Mariner 54.

Individual champions: 200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Emma Olsen, Cheyenne Kreide, Aaliyha Fricke, Madelynn Butler) 1:51.86; 200 freestyle—Elli Straume (Kamiak) 1:54.16; 200 individual medley—Mia Chang (Jackson) 2:02.06; 50 freestyle—Butler (Lake Stevens) 24.6; Diving—Ryzele Lagdaan (Glacier Peak) 392.2; 6, 100 butterfly—Macy Fidler (Glacier Peak) 57.48; 100 freestyle—Straume (Kamiak) 52.52; 500 freestyle—Parker Hoppe (Jackson) 5:25.86; 200 freestyle relay—Jackson (Chang, Caitlyn Anderson, Emily Mun, Heidi Ly) 1:38.59. 100 backstroke—Chang (Jackson) 54.56; 100 breaststroke—Kreide (Lake Stevens) 1:05.62; 400 freestyle relay—Jackson (Anderson, Mun, Ly, Chang) 3:35.43.

3A NORTHWEST DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

Team scores: 1, Shorecrest 471; 2, Snohomish 430; 3, Shorewood 248; 4, Stanwood 181; 5, Meadowdale 177; 6, Squalicum 137; 7, Everett 127; 8, Marysville Pilchuck 115; 9, Edmonds-Woodway 83; 10, Lynnwood 70; 11, Ferndale 61; 12, Marysville Getchell 57; 13, Oak Harbor 50.

Individual champions: 200 medley relay—Shorecrest (Abby Crum, Jiahui Zeng, Paige Moss, Marina Or) 1:50.97; 200 freestyle—Grace Lindberg (Shorewood) 1:52.2; 200 individual medley—Kendall Bensen (Snohomish) 2:11.08; 50 freestyle—Audrey Marrs (Snohomish) 25.0; Diving—Kayli Kersavage (Snohomish) 443.7; 100 butterfly—Lindberg (Shorewood) 57.8; 100 freestyle—Marrs (Snohomish) 55.4; 500 freestyle—Natalie Lesh (Shorecrest) 5:12.76; 200 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Moss, Anna Sargent, Aiko Beauchamp, Zeng) 1:41.06; 100 backstroke—Bensen (Snohomish) 57.09; 100 breaststroke—Jetlynn Hau (Stanwood) 1:04.44; 400 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Anna Kowalchyk, Rylee Johnston, Bensen, Marrs) 3:41.25.

VOLLEYBALL

4A WES-KING BI-DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s play-in matches

Losers out

Mount Vernon 3, Newport 0

Eastlake 3, Monroe 2

Issaquah 3, Kamiak 0

Bothell 3, Glacier Peak 0

Saturday’s first round

Mount Si 3, Mount Vernon 1

Lake Stevens 3, Eastlake 1

Jackson 3, Issaquah 2

North Creek 3, Bothell 1

Tuesday’s consolations

Losers out

At Mariner H.S.

Issaquah vs. Newport, 5 p.m.

Bothell vs. Monroe, 7 p.m.

At Bothell H.S.

Mount Vernon vs. Kamiak, 5 p.m.

Eastlake vs. Glacier Peak, 7 p.m.

Tuesday’s semifinals

Winners to state

At Glacier Peak H.S.

Mount Si vs. Lake Stevens, 5 p.m.

Jackson vs. North Creek, 7 p.m.

Thursday’s consolations

At Glacier Peak H.S.

Losers out

Issaquah-Newport winner vs. Bothell-Monroe winner, 5 p.m.

Mount Vernon-Kamiak winner vs. Eastlake-Glacier Peak winner, 7 p.m.

3A NORTHWEST DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Tuesday’s first round

Stanwood at Oak Harbor, 7 p.m.

Shorecrest at Snohomish, 7 p.m.

Ferndale at Edmonds-Woodway, 7 p.m.

Lynnwood at Arlington, 6 p.m.

Thursday’s matches

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Consolations

Losers out

Stanwood-Oak Harbor loser vs. Shorecrest-Snohomish, loser, 5 p.m.

Ferndale/Edmonds-Woodway loser vs. Lynnwood-Arlington loser, 5 p.m.

Semifinals

Winner to state

Stanwood-Oak Harbor winner vs. Shorecrest-Snohomish winner, 7 p.m.

Ferndale/Edmonds-Woodway winner vs. Lynnwood-Arlington winner, 7 p.m.

2A NORTHWEST DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s matches

At Lynden H.S.

Consolation semifinal

Losers out

Anacortes 3, Archbishop Murphy 1

Sehome 3, Sedro-Woolley 2

Consolation final

Winner to state, loser out

Sehome 3, Anacortes 1

Championship, both to state

Burlington-Edison 3, Lynden 2

1A BI-DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s matches

At Overlake H.S.

Loser out

Nooksack Valley 3, University Prep 0

Winner to state

Nooksack Valley 3, Seattle Academy 0

3rd/4th place match

Both to state

Lynden Christian 3, Nooksack Valley 1

Final

Both to state

King’s 3, Overlake 0

At Bear Creek School

Loser out

Meridian 3, Bush 1

Winner to state

Lynden Christian 3, Meridian 0

Winner to state, loser out

Meridian 3, Seattle Academy 1

2B TRI-DISTRICT TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s match

At La Conner H.S.

Winner to state, loser out

Crosspoint 3, Darrington 0

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