Prep results for Thursday, Dec. 5

PREP RESULTS FOR THURSDAY, DEC. 5, WITH LINKS TO STATS WHERE APPLICABLE:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Northwest 1B

Grace Academy 53, Orcas Christian 41, stats not reported

Non-conference

Monroe 54, Snohomish 45

Blaine 67, Archbishop Murphy 61

Mountlake Terrace 76, Squalicum 55

Winlock 56, Darrington 39

BOYS WRESTLING

Non-conference

Archbishop Murphy at Granite Falls, not reported

South Whidbey at Granite Falls, not reported

Lakewood def. Archbishop Murphy (forfeit)

Mariner 42, Shorecrest 30

At Shorecrest H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Jose Zamora (M) def. Thomas Rhodes 9-3; 120—Malichi Hamishito (M) won by forfeit; 126—Kayleb Matishak (M) won by forfeit; 132—Levi Ellsberry (M) def. Matthew Curtis; 138—Kaiya Conway-Yasuyama (S) def. Chris Gutierrez; 145—Oscar Valencia (M) def. Colby Nichols; 152—Joseph Adee (M) def. Arthur Christopher; 160—Trentyn Good (S) won by forfeit; 170—Beau Ormsby (S) won by forfeit; 182—Rowland Whited (M) def. Ian Mortensen 5-4 (OT); 195—Abraham Rodriguez (M) def. Evan Claar; 220—Connor Carrell (S) won by forfeit; 285—Jordan Glesener (S) won by forfeit.

Oak Harbor 51, Squalicum 30, stats not reported

Lake Stevens at Vashon Island, not reported

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Northwest 1B

Grace Academy 50, Orcas Christian 11

Non-conference

Kamiak 40, Stanwood 38

Bellingham 45, Marysville Getchell 38, OT

Bothell 82, Lynnwood 61

Jackson 45, Tenison Woods College (Australia) 35

GIRLS BOWLING

Wesco

Mount Vernon 3, Everett 0, stats not reported

GIRLS WRESTLING

Wesco

Snohomish/Glacier Peak 48, Mariner/Kamiak 24

At Snohomish H.S.

155—Cassy Vendo (S/GP) pinned Valenci Sinbolon 4:20 3rd; 170—Alycia Pidgeon (S/GP) pinned Rowan Fraiser 1:05 1st; 190—Abby Aney (S/GP) pinned CJ Debolt 3:21 2nd; 235—Maddi Marshall (S/GP) won by forfeit; 100—Tina Tran (M/K) pinned Lillian Gemer :46 1st; 105—Solana Ordonez (M/K) won by forfeit; 110—Myia Gilmore (S/GP) won by forfeit; 115—Diana Cantini (M/K) won by forfeit; 120—Parker Lastaia (S/GP) won by forfeit; 125—Double forfeit; 130—Double forfeit; 135—Alondra Gonzales (M/K) won by forfeit; 140—Holly Butler (S/GP) won by forfeit; 145—Jay Ledezma (S/GP) pinned Maline Scalas :28 1st.

Snohomish/Glacier Peak 42, Sedro-Woolley 36

At Snohomish H.S.

145—Haley Brison (S-W) pinned Jay Ladezma 3:20 2nd; 155—Stazia Kramer (S-W) pinned Cassy Vando 1:30 1st; 170—Chloe Heistand (S/GP) won by forfeit; 190—Alycia Pidgeon (S/GP) pinned Sam Meyer 1:25 1st; 235—Maddi Marshall (S/GP) pinned Elenor Flair 3:33 2nd; 100—Lilly Germer (S/GP) won by forfeit; 105—Double forfeit; 110—Myia Gilmore (S/GP) won by forfeit; 115—Shanoah Shanes (S-W) won by forfeit; 120—Parker Lastaia (S/GP) won by forfeit; 125—Lexani Brown (S-W) won by forfeit; 130—Makinzie Hamilton (S-W) won by forfeit; 135—Kaydance Schanex (S-W) pinned Hannah Wheeler 3:50 2nd; 140 Holly Butler (S/GP) pinned Tessa Smith :48 1st.

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