Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep results for Thursday, Dec. 2

Prep results for Thursday, Dec. 2:

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Meridian 74, Granite Falls 54

BELLINGHAM — Grayson Hott scored a game-high 19 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, but Granite Falls opened its season with a non-league loss to Meridian on Thursday night.

Gavin Toland added 17 points, and also made three 3-pointers, and Evan Campbell chipped in eight for Granite Falls (0-1).

Hunter Jones led Meridian (1-1) with 14 points.

Kamiak 71, Lynnwood 51

MUKILTEO — Josiah Pierre scored a team-high 19 points as Kamiak beat Lynnwood in a non-league game for its first win of the season.

Zach Meyer added 15 points and eight rebounds for Kamiak (1-1).

The game was the first of the season for Lynnwood.

Sehome 77, Arlington 65

BELLINGHAM — Ethan Martin poured in 30 points, but Arlington fell to Sehome in a hard-fought non-league contest on Thursday night.

David Zachman had 14 points and Trent Nobach added eight for Arlington (0-1).

Grant Kepley led six Sehome (1-0) scorers in double-figures with 15 points.

Blaine 70, Archbishop Murphy 53

EVERETT — Ben Snider scored 19 points, but Archbishop Murphy opened its season with a non-league loss to Blaine on Thursday night.

Daniel Shin added nine points for Archbishop Murphy (0-1).

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Shorewood 94, Kamiak 91

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Shorewood (Ben Allen, Nathan Hagemeier, Larson Buchholz, Liam Kelly) 1:48.56; 200 freestyle—Ethan Cunningham (SW) 1:58.99; 200 individual medley—Allen (SW) 2:13.01; 50 freestyle—Oliver Holod (K) 22.73; Diving—Eli Farmer (K) 128.75; 100 butterfly—Tsuyoshi Kameda (K) 58.50; 100 freestyle—Holod (K) 50.46; 500 freestyle—Bryan Zi Wong (K) 5:21.10; 200 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Giovanni Baez, Lawrence Wang, Noah Lee, Wong) 1:42.05; 100 backstroke—Allen (SW) 59.58; 100 breaststroke—Wang (K) 1:10.77; 400 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Cunningham, Andrew Mitchell, Buchholz, Allen) 3:36.58.

Archbishop Murphy 91, Cascade 76

At West Coast Aquatics

200 medley relay—Archbishop Murphy (Evan Wold, Steven Locke, Noah Tran, Kirk Shelton) 1:53.49; 200 freestyle—Tran (AM) 2:22.03; 200 individual medley—Noah Henderson (C) 2:06.21; 50 freestyle—Vaughn Thompson (C) 25.60; 100 butterfly—Henderson (C) 55.84; 100 freestyle—Shelton (AM) 57.70; 500 freestyle—Wold (AM) 5:42.12; 200 freestyle relay—Cascade (Thompson, Aries Goodman, John Graham, Henderson) 1:53.80; 100 backstroke—James Jensen (AM) 1:17.91; 100 breaststroke—Wold (AM) 1:05.97; 400 freestyle relay—Archbishop Murphy (Tran, Shelton, hayden Burgess, Wold) 4:06.15.

Snohomish 115, Marysville Pilchuck 18; Snohomish 91, Marysville Getchell 76; Glacier Peak 121, Marysville Pilchuck 21; Glacier Peak 103, Marysville Getchell 58

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

200 medley relay—Glacier Peak (Kaiu Taylor, Shouei Tong, Brendan Gaffney, Parera Monne) 1:47.98; 200 freestyle—Gaffney (GP) 1:54.09; 200 individual medley—Owen Collins (S) 2:12.92; 50 freestyle—Taylor (GP) 23.14; Diving—Gavin Clements (GP) 163.85; 100 butterfly—Gaffney (GP) 58.85; 100 freestyle—Ryker Lichtenberg (MG) 56.41; 500 freestyle—Connor Colloton (S) 5:08.54; 200 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Dylan Schwartzmiller, Levi Beck, Torsten Hokanson, Colloton) 1:37.32; 100 backstroke—Schwartzmiller (S) 1:03.69; 100 breaststroke—Collins (S) 1:06.80; 400 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Schwartzmiller, Collins, Hokanson, Colloton) 3:37.64.

Lake Stevens 146, Everett 33

At Lake Stevens H.S.

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Reece Gerhart, Connor Weldon, DJ Trout, Demitri Levien) 1:48.74; 200 freestyle—Garrett Chesley (LS) 1:55.43; 200 individual medley—Laird Marlatt (LS) 2:15.98; 50 freestyle—Ethan Posey (LS) 26.70; Diving—Jaden Cardona (LS) 306.45; 100 butterfly—Camden Blevins-Mohr (LS) 59.81; 100 freestyle—Trout (LS) 53.61; 500 freestyle—Chesley (LS) 5:05.55; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Chesley, Blevins-Mohr, Levien, Marlatt) 1:39.71; 100 backstroke—Gerhart (LS) 59.56; 100 breaststroke—Weldon (LS) 1:10.92; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Chesley, Trout, Marlatt, Blevins-Mohr) 3:37.00.

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Stanwood 74, Sedro-Woolley 42

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Vivienne Berrett scored 19 points and Ava DePew added 11 as Stanwood earned a non-league win over Sedro-Woolley on Thursday night.

The Spartans outscored Sedro-Woolley 31-8 in the second quarter to take a 47-18 lead at half and never looked back.

Tatum Brager had nine points and Ava Cook added eight for Stanwood (2-0).

Lake Stevens 60, Port Angeles 58

LAKE STEVENS — Baylor Thomas scored 23 points as Lake Stevens held off Port Angeles for a non-league win on Thursday night.

Chloe Pattison scored 16 points and Camille Jentzsch added 10 for Lake Stevens (2-0).

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Lynnwood 47, Marysville Getchell 26

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