Prep results for Thursday, Jan. 24

Here are the prep results for Thursday, Jan. 24, with links to box scores and recaps where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Northwest Conference

Sehome 61, Lakewood 55

Northwest 1B

Lopez 56, Grace Academy 39, box score not reported

BOYS SWIMMING

Wesco North

Everett 109, Marysville Getchell 52

Everett 124, Marysville Pilchuck 32

At Forest Park Pool

200 medley relay—Marysville Getchell (Andrew Christensen, Nicholas Carlson, Kameron Wilkes, Jesse Nahinu) 2:00.09; 200 freestyle—Ethan Harber (E) 2:14.68; 200 individual medley—Chris Raynor (E) 2:16.77; 50 freestyle—Ethan Ahrendt (E) 24.46; 100 butterfly—Wilkes (MG) 1:04.73; 100 freestyle—Ahrendt (E) 53.46; 500 freestyle—Quinn Wieber (E) 6:09.55; 200 freestyle relay—Everett (Raynor, Harber, Wieber, Ahrendt) 1:46.25; 100 backstorke—Joseph Strzelec (E) 1:10.93; 100 breaststorke—Nahinu (MG) 1:16.7; 400 freestylve relay—Everett (Harber, WIeber, Raynor, Ahrendt) 3:55.12.

Glacier Peak 128, Mount Vernon 52

Snohomish 94, Mount Vernon 89

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

200 medley relay—Glacier Peak (Taylor Erickson, Liam Phan, Alex Kennedy, Evan Blume) 1:59.1; 200 freestyle—Noah Clarke (S) 1:55.16; 200 individual medley—Daniel Pokorny (GP) 2:20.75; 50 freestyle—Isaac Smith (MV) 22.22; Diving—Chance Anderson (S) 189.3; 100 butterfly—Kennedy (GP) 1:00.29; 100 freestyle—Smith (MV) 50.5; 500 freestyle—Clarke (S) 5:18.33; 200 freestyle relay—Mount Vernon (Freeman Parker, Lane Harlan, Doug McPeak, Smith) 1:37.45; 100 backstorke—Dylan Schwartzmiller (S) 1:04.78; 100 breaststroke—Keegan Lisenby (GP) 1:10.96; 400 freestyle relay—Glacier Peak (Jake Ramsdell, Pokorny, Caden Ness, Jack Renschler) 3:43.36.

Stanwood at Oak Harbor, not reported

Wesco South

Kamiak 107, Jackson 63

At West Coast Aquatics Pool

200 medley relay—Kamiak (Vlad Gilszmer, Michael Viray, Maxwell Fang, Brian Park) 1:38.76; 200 freestyle—Slava Gilszmer (K) 1:49.09; 200 individual medley—Justim Limberg (J) 2:00.34; 50 freestyle—Park (K) 22.64; 100 butterfly—Jonathan Ke (K) 55.35; 100 freestyle—Fang (K) 47.74; 500 freestylve—Viray (K) 5:07.25; 200 freestylve relay—Kamiak (V. Gilszmer, Edward Whalen, Alex Kriby, S. Gilszmer) 5:53.52; 100 backstroke—Tony Kim (K) 1:00.82; 100 breaststroke—Limberg (J) 59.68; 400 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Fang, Whalen, Kim, S. Gilszmer) 3:22.33.

Cascade 104, Mariner 85

At Kamiak High School

200 medley relay— Cascade (Robertson, Roberts, Huynh, Thompson) 1:57.28; 200 freestyle — Nelson (C) 2:05.84; 200 individual medley—Graham (M) 2:29.29; 50 freestyle—Roberts (C) 24.13; Diving — Steen (M) 133.40; 100 butterfly—Hansen (C) 1:07.99; 100 freestyle—Roberts (C) 52.78; 500 freestyle—Thompson (C) 6:14.00; 200 freestyle relay—Mariner (Kukhotskiy, Krutiy, Graham, Stacey) 1:42.18; 100 backstroke—Smith (M) 1:07.02; 100 breaststroke—Graham (M) 1:13.02; 400 freestyle relay—Cascade (Nelson, Thompson, Hansen, Roberts) 3:43.50.

Shorecrest 97, Shorewood 88

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Shorecrest (Aric Prieve, Andrew Harness, Erick Hallgrimson, Gavin Kelley) 1:42.24; 200 freestyle— Spencer Thurman (SC) 1:47.93; 200 individual medly—Cole Nouwnes (SW) 2:04.67; 50 freestyle—Prieve (SC) 22.5; Diving—Isaac Poole (SW) 347.85; 100 butterfly—Bennett Vana (SW) 56.39; 100 freestyle—Prieve (SC) 49.86; 500 freestyle—Thurman (SC) 4:54.54; 200 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Karl Lapham, Conrad Rich, Kevin Lee, Jack Brodersen) 1:34.1; 1oo backstroke—Vana (SW) 57.51; 100 breaststorke—Nouwens (SW) 1:03.38; 400 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Thurman, Kelley, Harness, Prieve) 3:20.00.

BOYS WRESTLING

Wesco 4A

Glacier Peak 41, Monroe 27

At Glacier Peak H.S.

195—Hunter Harris (M) pinned Preston Barr 2:40; 220—Chris Reber (M) pinned Elijah Palmaffy 5:22; 285—Mason Bridges (GP) won by forfeit; 106—Double forfeit; 113—Luke Owen (GP) pinned Hollis Willet 5:18; 120—Kyle Nget (GP) pinned Xavier Aguirre 4:47; 126—Cole Lance (M) pinned Gavin MacDonald 3:45; 132—Parker Hardy (GP) tech fall Chad Pease; 138— David Richards-Perhatch (GP) pinned Josh Maggard 0:58; 145—Jonathan Littrell (M) dec. Will Carroll; 152—Taylor Ivy (M) pinned Roman Nichols 5:04; 160—Easton Howe (GP) pinned Michael Pygott 1:47; 170—Jacob Erickson (GP) dec. Sheldon George; 182—Dylan Owen (GP) dec. Paul Bischoff.

Mariner 39, Monroe 38

Mariner 45, Cascade 29

Kamiak 56, Mount Vernon 21

At Mount Vernon H.S.

160—Vincent Johnson (K) won by forfeit; 170—Ryan Foster (MV) pinned Corbin Dunston 3:39; 182—Stephen Berry (K) pinned Tye Vargas 2:55; 195—Ian Faucher (K) won by forfeit; 220—Ethan Akers (K) won by forfeit; 285—Tristin Willis (MV) dec. Nick Garza 3-1; 106—Brendyn Manning (MG) won by forfeit; 113—Richard Chung (K) won by forfeit; 120—Diana Cantini (K) won by forfeit; 126—Odin Nieshe (K) dec. Mikai Young 16-0 (TF); 132—Kirill Chirva (MV) pinned Jin Terrada-White 1:21; 138—Elliott Szoke (K) pinned Antonio Delmuro 3:42; 145—Sam Furlong-Benedetti (K) won by forfeit; 152—Guage Holland (K) maj. dec. Joshua Torupe 12-4.

Jackson 38, Kamiak 36

At Mount Vernon H.S.

106—Jonah Justice (J) won by forfeit; 113—Richard Chung (K) pinned Jacob Lykken 1:24; 120—Diana Cantini (K) pinned Nick Johnson :36; 126—Anders Haugen (J) pinned Odin Nieshe 4:45; 132—Cris Wilson (J) pinned Jin Terrada-White 1:54; 138—Larry Gregor (J) pinned Elliott Szoke 5:47; 145—Sam Furlong-Benedetti (K) dec. Charles Immendorf 9-4; 152—George Holland (K) dec. Xavier Wilkening-Joly; 160—Evan Johnson (J) dec. Vincent Johnson 6-5 (2OT); 170—David Moore (J) pinned Corbin Dunston 1:26; 182—Christian Balmer (J) dec. Stephen Berry 16-1 (TF); 195—Ian Faucher (K) dec. Sam Jenkins 5-3; 220—Ethan Akers (K) pinned Mark Finnerty 0:38; 285—Nick Garza (K) won by forfeit.

Lake Stevens 70, Jackson 6, box score not reported

Glacier Peak 60, Cascade 7

At Glacier Peak H.S.

182—Jacob Erickson (GP) pinned Shaffer 1:30; 195—Preston Barr (GP) dec. Sam Kolesar; 220—Elijah Humbyrd (C) pinned Elijah Palmaffy 2:17; 285—Mason Bridges (GP) pinned Zacurry Hunter 1:13; 106—Ajay Bhatti (C) won by forfeit; 113—Luke Owen (GP) pinned Kevin Jacks 1:13; 120—Kyle Nget (GP) pinned Marcellio Mendez 1:30; 126—Gavin MacDonald (GP) tech. fall Nam Ngo; 132—Parker Hardy (GP) maj. dec. Saiyan Moeun; 138—David Richards-Perhatch (GP) dec. Connor Olson; 145—Kaige Bunsngeam (C) tech. fall Will Carroll; 152—Roman Nichols (GP) pinned Dawson Pheng 4:56; 160—Easton Howe (GP) pinned McKauge 1:22; 170—Dylan Owen (GP) pinned Daniel Eriksson 3:25.

Lake Stevens 66, Mount Vernon 11, box score not reported

Wesco 3A North

Marysville Pilchuck 60, Stanwood 18

At Stanwood H.S.

106—Eichler (S) wins by forfeit; 113—Mi. Bejar (MP) pinned O’Neill 1:46; 120—Lauzon (MP) won by forfeit; 126—Davis (MP) pinned Wemett 1:46; 132—Cantu (MP) dec. Ortega 3-1; 138—Lefsky (S) pinned Woods 3:55; 145—Goeden (MP) pinned Woolman 1:52; 152—Galindo (MP) dec. Williams 9-8 (SV); 160—Van Scoy (S) pinned Humoud 1:45; 170—Ma. Bejar (MP) won by forfeit; 182—White (MP) pinned Tabor :09; 195—Naweli (MP) pinned Inghram :29; 220—Craig (MP) won by forfeit; 285—Roullier (MP) pinned Evans :49.

Oak Harbor 39, Stanwood 29

At Stanwood H.S.

106—Valdez (OH) maj. dec. Eichler 10-2; 113—Warden (OH) dec. O’Neil 10-5; 120—Graham (OH) won by forfeit; 126—Daily (OH) dec. Wemett 16-1 (TF); 132—Fitzgerald (OH) dec. Ortega 8-6 OT; 138—Lefsky (S) pinned Barber 1:11; 145—McBride (OH) dec.Woolman 9-2; 152—Daily (OH) pinned Cooper :56; 160—Williams (S) dec. Hangan 20-4 (TF); 170—Van Scoy (S) pinned Liberty :49; 182—Pace (OH) won by injury default; 195—Taber (S) won by forfeit; 220—Inghram (S) won by forfeit; 285—Bennett (OH) dec. Evans 9-2.

Arlington at Marysville Getchell, not reported

Snohomish 37, Everett 30

At Snohomish H.S.

106—Jonah Palabrica (E) pinned Bryce Skowron 0:58; 113—Chaves Petronave (E) pinned Mikayla Jardine 5:11; 120—Gunnar Sturgalson (S) pinned Aaron Chan 2:58; 126—Daniel Ramierez (E) pinned Jayme Gonzales 2:58; 132—Matthew Miller (S) dec. Fernie Vasquez 8-6 OT; 138—Dayne Tuohimaa (E) dec. Keean Ohlsen 6-2; 145—Trevin Weeks (S) maj. dec. Michael Moore 12-1; 152—Kyle Carlson (S) pinned Christian De Guzman 3:02; 160—Riley Bennett (E) dec. Ryan Cote 13-6; 170—Skylar O’Donahue (E) pinned Preston Smith 3:43; 182—Dylan Wheeler (S) dec. Victor Montiel 7-4; 195—Ryan Douglas (S) dec. Joey Hudson 8-3 220—Elijah Osbourne (S) pinned Sam Smith 1:30; 285—Duncan King won by forfeit.

North Sound Conference

Sultan 69, South Whidbey 6

At Sultan H.S.

106—Daniel Krause (S) won by forfeit; 113—Cooper Johnson (S) won by forfeit; 120—Chad Berlin (S) won by forfeit; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Luke Weaver (S) pinned Jonathan Price 1:38; 138—Aidan Fleming (S) won by forfeit; 145—Willie Bennett (S) won by forfeit; 152—Hunter Jones (S) pinned Dayton Birchfield 3:19; 160—Donald Dennis (S) pinned Cameron Martin 1:11; 170—Kameron Weaver (S) dec. Aiden Coleman 8-1; 182—Skyler Talik (S) won by forfeit; 195—Jason Atkinson (S) won by forfeit; 220-Tyler Deason (S) pinned Kobe Balora 28.5; 285—Dylan Davis (SW) pinned CJ Vas 2:30.

Sultan 48, Granite Falls 24

At Sultan H.S.

113—Cooper Johnson (S) won by forfeit; 120—Christian Roberts (GF) pinned Chad Berlin 1:41; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Luke Weaver (S) pinned Howard Wilde 1:47; 138—Aidan Fleming (S) dec. Kolby Petraborg 15-0 (TF 5:59); 145—Willie Bennett (S) maj. dec. Daniel Carlson 13-1; 152—Hayden Long (GF) pinned Michael Moss :52; 160—Donald Dennis (S) pinned Antelmo Hernandez 2:28; 170—Kameron Weaver (S) pinned Jayden Larsen-Gordon 3:08; 182—Skyler Talik (S) dec. Seth Harris 10-9; 195—Jason Atkinson (S) pinned Tucker Canfield 2:41; 220—Tyler Deason (S) pinned Blake Williams 2:08; 285—Jared Barth (GF) pinned CJ Vas 1:48; 106—Riley Hoople (GF) pinned Daniel Krause 1:37.

Northwest 2B/1B

Darrington 52, Concrete 24

At Concrete H.S.

106—Nick Requa pinned Anna 4:12; 113—Bobby Monchak (D) won by forfeit; 120—Darrin Sednius (D) pinned Jayden 2:41; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Robert (C) pinned Jonny Romero 5:14; 138—Ashton Wiedman (D) pinned Sean 3:07; 145—Joe Monchak (D) maj. dec. Killian 11-0; 152—Peyton Sanchez (C) pinned Richard Zinnato :54; 160—Landon Brown (D) pinned Corbin 3:27; 170—Lucas Reuwsaat (D) pinned Skyler 1:20; 182—Elrik Lind (D) pinned Blake 4:14; 195—Johnny Franke (D) pinned Cody 1:20; 220—Hunter Olmstad (C) won by forfeit; 285—Double forfeit.

Darrington 66, Friday Harbor 12, box score not reported

Darrington 48, La Conner 15, box score not reported

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wesco 3A/2A

Archbishop Murphy 51, Shorewood 27

Cedarcrest 53, Mountlake Terrace 33

Shorecrest 57, Meadowdale 38

Northwest 1B

Grace Academy 43, Lopez 30

GIRLS WRESTLING

North Sound Conference

South Whidbey at Sultan, not reported

Granite Falls vs. South Whidbey, not reported

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