Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep results for Thursday, May 20

Prep results for Thursday, May 20:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email


Emerald Sound Conference

Sultan 81, Granite Falls 26

GRANITE FALLS — Tyler Sargent scored 20 points, including four 3-pointers, to help lead Sultan to a conference win over rival Granite Falls.

Eli Trichler scored 15 points, Toby Trichler had 13 and Chaz Bush added 10 for Sultan (2-0).

Grayson Hott led Granite Falls (0-1) with seven points.

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Stanwood 97, Cascade 63

At Stanwood H.S.

200 medley relay—Stanwood (Chance Haugstad, Bryce Barr, Clayton Peterson, Syler Velasquez) 2:00.43; 200 freestyle—Noah Henderson (C) 1:54.99; 200 individual medley—Barr (S) 2:38.36; 50 freestyle—Miles Thompson (C) 24.65; 100 butterfly—Aidan Link (S) 1:09.40; 100 freestyle—Miles Thompson (C) 56.82; 500 freestyle—Isaac Smith (S) 6:32.91; 200 freestyle relay—Cascade (Henderson, Vaughn Thompson, Jonathan Lopez, Miles Thompson) 1:43.54; 100 backstroke—Haugstad (S) 1:11.59; 100 breaststroke—Henderson (C) 1:06.27; 400 freestyle relay—Cascade (Henderson, Max White, Vaughn Thompson, Miles Thompson) 3:58.22.

Shorewood 132, Meadowdale 20

At Lynnwood H.S.

200 medley relay—Shorewood (Ben Allen, Brian Nguyen, Larson Buchholz, John Beres) 1:51.03; 200 freestyle—Kurt Lumbera (SW) 2:01.63; 200 individual medley—Beres (SW) 2:17.85; 50 freestyle—Liam Kelly (SW) 25.54; 100 butterfly—Buchholz (SW) 1:02.94; 100 freestyle—Beres (SW) 54.00; 500 freestyle—Peter Ingalsbe (SW) 6:21.38; 200 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Kelly, Mason Tobey, Ethan Cunningham, Buchholz) 1:44.18; 100 backstroke—Allen (SW) 1:00.70; 100 breaststroke—Nguyen (SW) 1:11.30; 400 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Lumbera, Nguyen, Seaton Sanders, Beres) 3:46.70.

Lake Stevens 118, Snohomish 54; Lake Stevens 106, Glacier Peak 76

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

200 medley relay—Glacier Peak (Kaiu Taylor, Shouei Tong, Brendan Gaffney, Kyle Grubb) 1:48.09; 200 freestyle—Garrett Chesley (LS) 1:49.82; 200 individual medley—Nathan Fleischmann (LS) 2:06.47; 50 freestyle—James Boggeri (S) 22.34; Diving—Jaden Cardona (LS) 274.45; 100 butterfly—Fleischmann (LS) 56.26; 100 freestyle—Boggeri (S) 51.04; 500 freestyle—Chesley (LS) 5:00.27; 200 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Boggeri, Lucas Donohue, Dylan Schwartzmiller, Noah Clarke) 1:34.34; 100 backstroke—Taylor (GP) 56.44; 100 breaststroke—Tong (GP) 1:07.41; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Chesley, Laird Marlatt, DJ Trout, Fleischmann) 3:28.77.

Shorecrest 123, Edmonds-Woodway 41

At Shorewood H.S.

200 medley relay—Shorecrest (Gavin Kelley, Andrew Harness, Cade Birgfeld, Simon Jacobs) 1:44.81; 200 freestyle—Birgfeld (SC) 1:58.41; 200 individual medley—Harness (SC) 2:07.94; 50 freestyle—Jacobs (SC) 23.01; 100 butterfly—Birgfeld (SC) 55.82; 100 freestyle—Jacobs (SC) 50.87; 500 freestyle—Andrew Miner (SC) 5:40.67; 200 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Jacobs, Diego Reed, Sean Neils, Harness) 1:34.82; 100 backstroke—Jeff Plum (EW) 1:00.20; 100 breaststroke—Harness (SC) 1:09.87; 400 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Reed, Kelley, Jiahao Zeng, Birgfeld) 3:38.97.

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Shorewood 60, Archbishop Murphy 6

At Shorewood H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Ethan Robinson (AM) won by forfeit; 126—Clayton Elder (SW) won by forfeit; 132—Quincy Laflin (SW) won by forfeit; 138—Henry Poetzl (SW) won by forfeit; 145—Isaac Van Horn (SW) won by forfeit; 152—Joseph Rivera (SW) won by forfeit; 160—Addison Brueck (SW) won by forfeit; 170—Double forfeit; 182—RJ Buchheit (SW) pinned Cade Jansen :23; 195—Leyton Houck (SW) pinned Logan Kendrick :40; 220—Max Null (SW) pinned Shae Burke 2:31; 285—Milan Johnson (SW) pinned Kohl Burke :56.

Edmonds-Woodway 60, Mariner 0

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—AP Tran (EW) won by forfeit; 120—Double forfeit; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Double forfeit; 138—Jacob Pahre (EW) pinned MJ Nguyen 1:42; 145—Reece LeCompte (EW) pinned Nazariy Leolnchyk 1:35; 152—Tsvetomir Krumov (EW) pinned Jydin Singh 1:16; 160—Brendan Baldock (EW) pinned Eric Bang :51; 170—Liam Fitting (EW) won by forfeit; 182—Aaron Montano (EW) won by forfeit; 195—Alex Rapelje (EW) pinned Robert Galeana :44; 220—Evan Gibbs (EW) won by forfeit; 285—George Kartano (EW) pinned Gianni Toledo :41.

Glacier Peak 54, Everett 24

At Glacier Peak H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Jonah Palabrica (E) pinned Ulyssis Lopez-Vazquez; 120—John Nelson (E) won by forfeit; 126—Bryce Campbell (E) won by forfeit; 132—Justin Choe (GP) pinned Elias Tracy 1:38; 138—Marcus Rodriguez (GP) won by forfeit; 145—Urbano Torres (GP) won by forfeit; 152—Gil Mossburg (GP) pinned Kyle Cormick :27; 160—Luke Olsen (GP) won by forfeit; 170—Joey Saparto (GP) won by forfeit; 182—Roman Nichols (GP) pinned Cavan Campbell :10; 195—Kobe Phothivongsa (GP) pinned Jase Caveny 1:45; 220—Angus Van Valey (GP) won by forfeit; 285—Jacob Erickson (GP) pinned Joey Hudson 2:53.

Cascade 37, Lynnwood 36

At Lynnwood H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Phillipe Ban (L) won by forfeit; 120—Kevin Jacks (C) won by forfeit; 126—Brayan Nunez (L) won by forfeit; 132—Jeremy Delap (C) won by forfeit; 138—Vinh Ngo (C) dec. Kaden Myers 6-3 ; 145—Nam Ngo (C) won by forfeit; 152—Timothy Johann (L) pinned Thomas Phan 1:50; 160—Nate Wilder (L) pinned Mohammed Chorr 3:26; 170—Connor Olson (C) pinned Coty Green 3:42; 182—Alan Garcia (C) dec. Diego Amos 13-11 (OT); 195—Isaac Hernandez (L) pinned Ronan McKague 2:32; 220—Sam Kolesar (C) pinned Dylan White 4:38; 285—Elisha Abahanna (L) pinned Luis Del Moral 2:58.

Cedarcrest 42, Shorecrest 36

At Cedarcrest H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Kaiju Fergerson (SC) won by forfeit; 120 Ashton Butterfield (C) pinned Joseph Martinez 2:10; 126—Miguel Tamayo (C) won by forfeit; 132—Jarod Linerud (C) won by forfeit; 138—Thomas Rhodes (SC) pinned Fransisco Contreras 1:39; 145—Jacob Lougee (SC) pinned Colby Butterfield :54; 152—Evan Reid (C) pinned Matthew Curtis 3:47; 160—Max Rutledge (SC) won by forfeit; 170—Peter Grimm (SC) won by forfeit; 182—Ryder Baldwin (SC) won by forfeit; 195—Anthony Weiker (C) pinned Jacob Smith 1:41; 220—Matthew Weinert (C) won by forfeit; 285—Dimitrios Giampapa (C) pinned Elyjah Shultz 5:35.

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Lake Stevens 48, Stanwood 33 (Click here for a photo gallery)

Arlington at Jackson, score not reported

Marysville Getchell at Monroe, score not reported

Meadowdale at Kamiak, score not reported

Lakewood at Snohomish, score not reported

Northwest 2B/1B

Concrete at Darrington, score not reported

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Lynnwood 61, Cascade 14

EVERETT — Mia Jones scored a team-high 14 points and Lynnwood made nine 3-pointers in a Wesco win over Cascade.

Jones made two 3-pointers, Kayla Lorenz made three, Dina Yonas made two, and Faith Roberts and Aniya Hooker each made one for the hot-shooting Royals.

Hooker finished with 11 points and Lorenz had nine for Lynnwood (2-1).

Abby Surowiec and Mariam Sylla each had four points for Cascade (0-3).

Archbishop Murphy 44, Cedarcrest 36

EVERETT — Archbishop Murphy took a 19-point lead into the fourth quarter and earned a win over Cedarcrest in an early Wesco matchup of two undefeated teams.

Taylor Reed scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, and Hannah Humphrey added 12 points for Archbishop Murphy (4-0).

Kat Townley led seven different scorers with 11 points for Cedarcrest (3-1).

Arlington 76, Jackson 36

ARLINGTON — Jenna Villa led a balanced scoring attack with 22 points as Arlington cruised to a win over Jackson.

Keira March and Josie Stupey scored 15 points each, and Makenzie Gage added 12 points as 10 different players scored for Arlington (3-1).

The Eagles shot 68% from inside the 3-point line in the game.

Giselle Dogan scored 13 points and Abby Grayson added 10 for Jackson (2-2).

Snohomish 60, Edmonds-Woodway 45

EDMONDS — Ella Gallatin scored 23 points in just 19 minutes on the floor and the Snohomish defense swiped 18 steals in a win over Edmonds-Woodway.

Cheyenne Rodgers added 11 points and Kayla Soderstrom had a team-high six steals for Snohomish (3-1).

Halle Waram scored 11 points and Nya Deng and Sofia Chamorro had nine points each for Edmonds-Woodway (1-3).

Mountlake Terrace 63, Marysville Pilchuck 34

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Maya Davis scored 13 points and Cameron Dunn added 12 as Mountlake Terrace stormed to a win over Maysville Pilchuck.

Ainsley Ward, Lindsey Ho and Mya Sheffield scored eight points each for the balanced Mountlake Terrace (2-1) offense.

Marysville Pilchuck fell to 1-3 on the season.

Meadowdale 60, Kamiak 34

LYNNWOOD — Fatoumata Jaiteh scored a game-high 19 points and Gia Powell added 13 as Meadowdale earned a Wesco win over Kamiak.

Kaisha Stark had 10 points and Jordan Leith chipped in eight for Meadowdale (2-2).

Bella Hasan scored a team-high 16 points, including a trio of 3-pointers for Kamiak (2-2).

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Shorewood 56, Shorecrest 38

Glacier Peak 70, Everett 40

Lakewood 38, Mariner 35

Emerald Sound Conference

Sultan 54, Granite Falls 28

GRANITE FALLS — Grace Trichler scored 18 points in three quarters as Sultan rolled to a win over rival Granite Falls.

Twin sisters Abby and Ella Owens chipped in 11 and 10 points, respectively, for Sultan (2-0).

Makena McGill led eight Granite Falls (0-2) scorers with nine points.

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