Prep results for Thursday, Nov. 29

Here are prep results for Thursday, Nov. 29, with links to box scores and recaps where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Archbishop Murphy 52, Blaine 47

Shorecrest 60, Ferndale 54, stats not reported

Mountlake Terrace 54, Squalicum 40, stats not reported

Tulalip Heritage 58, Concrete 22

BOYS WRESTLING

Non-conference

Mariner 45, Shorecrest 20

At Mariner H.S.

220—Vasilchenko (M) pinned Pease 2:54; 285—Rivera (S) maj. dec. Kyshka (M) 21-9; 106—Double forfeit; 113—Rhodes (S) maj. dec. Zamora 14-2; 120—Elsberry (M) pinned Shadduck 3:47; 126—Torres (M) won by forfeit; 132—Didio (S) dec. Britton 12-10; 138—Olivares (M) dec. Schmidt 10-7; 145—Conway-Yasuyama (S) dec. Adee 14-9; 152—Nelson (M) pinned Christopher 0:36; 160—Good (S) pinned Barrijo 1:55; 170—Fry (M) pinned Martensen 2:48; 182—Whited (M) pinned Ng 2:25; 195—Jeffrys-Berry (M) pinned Carroll 0:20.

Cedarcrest 54, Marysville Getchell 30

At Cedarcrest H.S.

182—Dimitrios Giampapa (C) pinned Marysville Getchell :36; 195—Matthew Weinert (C) pinned Caleb Blonk 1:39; 220—Macauley Miles (C) pinned Corbin Bonner 3:05; 285—Caleb Lay (C) pinned Samuel Villanueva 1:08; 106—Jacob Steele pinned Ezekiel Bender 3:27; 113—Omar Salcedo won by forfeit; 120—Cody Mitchell won by forfeit; 126—Evan Reid (C) pinned Taylor Herridge 5:56; 132—Austin Link (C) pinned Miguel Garcia-Ramirez 5:17; 138—Jack Gallagher pnined Cameron Lauck 2:43; 145—Michael Norris (C) pinned Matthew Gallagher :47; 152—Jesus Cabandas (MG) pinned Peyton Wyman :43; 160—Preston Goodwin (C) pinned Andrew Canto 1:46; 170—Freddy Reid pinned Chris Bonner 2:44.

Kennedy Catholic 39, Archbishop Murphy 30, stats not reported

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Marysville Getchell at Bellingham, not reported

Lakewood 37, Marysville Pilchuck 31

Shorecrest 47, Juanita 38

Lynnwood 49, Bothell 48

Cedar Park Christian 58, Bear Creek 13

Tulalip Heritage 48, Concrete 31

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