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Prep results for Tuesday, Dec. 10

PREP RESULTS FOR TUESDAY, DEC. 10, WITH LINKS TO STATS WHERE APPLICABLE:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Blaine 84, Oak Harbor 53, stats not reported

Snohomish 56, Sammamish 49

Glacier Peak 67, Anacortes 27

Lakewood 66, Sultan 18

Granite Falls vs. Summit Sierra, not reported

BOYS SWIMMING

Wesco

Mount Vernon 96, Archbishop Murphy 68

At WEST Coast Aquatics

200 medley relay—Mount Vernon (Logan Jenkins, Jonathan McNeil, Wyatt Carlton, Will Johnson) 1:54.91; 200 freestyle—Andres Rivas (MV) 2:15.28; 200 individual medley—Kainoa Evans (AM) 2:28.7; 50 freestyle—Carlton (MV) 23.57; 100 butterfly—Carlton (MV) 53.78; 100 freestyle—Kirk Shelton (AM) 59.76; 500 freestyle—Mitchell Abramson (AM) 5:42.3; 200 freestyle relay—Mount Vernon (Isaac Strom, Joey Hinderstein, Samuel Mentel, Jaden Nelson) 1:54.37; 100 backstroke—Evans (AM) 1:05.78; 100 breaststroke—McNeil (MV) 1:13.23; 400 medley relay— Mount Vernon (Jenkins, Rivas, McNeil, Carlton) 3:59.02.

Stanwood 91, Monroe 78, stats not reported

Kamiak 143, Meadowdale 33; Kamiak 126, Lynnwood 53

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Kamiak (Vlad Gilszmer, Michael Viray, Brian Park, Slava Gilszmer) 1:41.68; 200 freestyle—Oliver Holod (K) 1:56.69; 200 individual medley—Elijah Milan (L) 2:08.15; 50 freestyle—V. Gilszmer (K) 22.24; Diving—Ryan Quinn (K) 153.55; 100 butterfly—Zachary Bevans (L) 52.13; 100 freestyle—Martin Park (K) 53.36; 500 freestyle—S. Gilszmer (K) 4:57.63; 200 freestyle relay—Kamiak (S. Gilszmer, Zach Durocher, Tyler Jackson, Quinn) 1:42.59; 100 backstroke—V. Gilszmer (K) 52.48; 100 breaststroke—Jared Luong (K) 1:05.48; 400 freestyle relay—Kamiak (S. Gilszmer, B. Park, Ryan Fang, V. Gilszmer), 3:22.54.

Snohomish 101, Everett 74; Everett 98, Glacier Peak 80

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

200 medley relay—Everett (Chris Raynor, Joseph Strzelec, Ethan Ahrendt, Connor Simmons) 1:53.91; 200 freestyle—Noah Clarke (S) 1:56.48; 200 individual medley—Taylor Erickson (GP) 2:26.41; 50 freestyle—Ahrendt (E) 22.68; Diving—Shane Morrill (S) 191.8; 100 butterfly—Ahrendt (E) 57.53; 100 freestyle—James Boggeri (S) 52.41; 500 freestyle—Clarke (S) 5:16.54; 200 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Lucas Donohue, Dylan Schwartzmiller, Clark, Boggeri) 1:39.87; 100 backstroke—Raynor (E) 1:03.92; 100 breaststroke—Keegan Lisenby (GP) 1:14.01; 400 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Clarke, Donohue, Schwartzmiller, Boggeri) 3:52.3

Shorewood 141, Mariner 41, stats not reported

Oak Harbor vs. Cascade, ppd. (Jan. 16)

BOYS WRESTLING

Non-conference

Marysville Pilchuck 51, Jackson 30

At Jackson H.S.

120—Preston Phillips (MP) pinned Isaiah Lyadnov 1:47; 126—Jacob Lykken (J) pinned Miguel Chavez 1:04; 132—Austin Davis (MP) pinned Aiden Valentine 3:03; 138—Iakov Bondar (MP) dec. Cris Wilson 9-3; 145—Ammar Humoud (MP) pinned Matt Kastelle; 152—Charles Immendorf (J) pinned Bodee Davis 1:04; 160—Douglas Cruz-Young (MP) maj. dec. George Lansana 13-5; 170—Xavier Wilkening-Joly (J) pinned Andon Merrick 1:30; 182—Cayden White (MP) pinned Evan Johnson :11; 195—Darren Johnston-Jones (MP) pinned Jesse Juarez 1:01; 220—Kamiakin Craig (MP) won by forfeit; 285—Justin Albee (MP) pinned Iain Gurr :43; 106—David Fairwell (J) pinned Aiden Johnston 1:22; 113—Jackson White (J) won by forfeit.

Stanwood 58, Cascade 24

At Jackson H.S.

106–Lane Ovenell (S) won by forfeit; 113–Tyler Rhue (S) won by forfeit; 120–Bryan Roodzant (S) pinned Jacks 3:03; 126–Keaton Mayernik (S) pinned Ramirez 1:04; 132–Dustin Campbell (S) maj. dec. Mendez 18-8; 138–Cameron O’Neill (S) pinned Ngo 2:15; 145–Isaac Ortega (S) pinned C. Garcia 2:55; 152–Olson (C) won by forfeit; 160–Mason Ferguson (S) pinned Giordan :44; 170–Riley Van Scoy (S) pinned Bredikhin 1:09; 182–Leyva-Prieto (C) won by forfeit; 195–Chris Tabor (S) pinned A. Garcia 3:23; 220–Kolesar (C) pinned Will Inghram 3:21; 285–Minginfel (C) won by forfeit.

Stanwood 64, Jackson 18

At Jackson H.S.

106—Lane Ovenell (S) pinned David Fairwell 1:45; 113—Tyler Rhue (S) pinned Jackson White 1:34; 120—Bryan Roodzant (S) pinned Isaiah Lyadnov 1:44; 126—Keaton Mayernik (S) pinned Jacob Lykken 1:44; 132—Dustin Campbell (S) maj. dec. Aiden Valentine 10-0; 138—Cameron O’Neill (S) pinned Cris Wilson 1:30; 145—Isaac Ortega (S) pinned Matt Kastelle 1:04; 152—Charles Immendorf (J) won by forfeit; 160—Mason Ferguson (s) pinned George Lansana 1:24; 170—Riley Van Scoy (S) pinned Xavier Wilkening-Joly 1:24; 182—Evan Johnson (J) won by forfeit; 195—Chris Tabor (S) pinned Jesse Juarez 1:44; 220—Will Inghram (S) won by forfeit; 285—Iain Gurr (J) won by forfeit.

Marysville Pilchuck 54, Cascade 24

At Jackson H.S.

106–Aiden Johnston (MP) won by forfeit; 113–Double forfeit; 120–Jacks (C) pinned Preston Phillips 1:31; 126–M. Ramirez (C) pinned Miguel Chavez :47; 132–Austin Davis (MP) pinned Ngo 1:34; 138–Iakov Bondar (MP) pinned Delap 5:12; 145–Ammar Humoud (MP) pinned C. Garcia 5:01; 152–Olson (C) pinned Bodee Davis 3:39; 160–Douglas Cruz-Young (MP) pinned Giordan 1:30; 170–Andon Merrick (MP) pinned Leyva-Prieto 2:39; 182–Cayden White (MP) pinned Shams Eddin :10; 195– Kamiakin Craig (MP) pinned A. Garcia 1:31; 220–Kolesar (C) pinned Rodriguez 1:19; 285–Justin Albee (MP) pinned Minginfel 1:27.

Shorewood 46, Mariner 26

At Mariner H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Jesse Zamora (M) pinned Clayton Elder 1:56; 120—Quincy Laflin (S) maj. dec. Malachi Hashimoto 21-9; 126—Kai Layton (S) pinned Kaleb Matishak 0:42; 132—Levi Elsberry (M) maj. dec. Aidan Jung 19-10; 138—Isaac Van Horn (S) pinned Chris Gutierrez; 145—Curt Tanaka (S) pinned Oscar Valencia 0:23; 152—Joey Adee (M) pinned Kody Carpenter 3:28; 160—Devin Leach (S) win by forfeit; 170—Sergio Oliverez (M) pinned Cole Becker 1:23; 182—Rowland Whited (M) maj. dec. Max Null 12-3; 195—Hunter Tibodeau (S) win by forfeit; 220—Isaac Kabuchi (S) win by forfeit; 285—Taejin Thongdee (S) pinned Mykhailo Kyshka 3:59.

Marysville Getchell 57, Lynnwood 15

182—Anatoliy Bay (MG) pinned Diego Amos :55; 195—Caleb Blonk (MG) pinned Issac Hernandez 1:59; 220—Erick Duenes (MG) pinned Dylan White 1:29; 285—Cheron Smith (MG) dec. Elisha Abuhanna 6-2; 106—Omar Salcedo (MG) won by forfeit; 113—Igor Shabalov (MG) pinned Phillipe Ban :52; 120—Jacob Steele (MG) won by forfeit; 126—Kayden Richman-Myers (L) pinned Ithan Sanchez 5:29; 132—Julian Mishoe (L) dec. Joel Foster 9-7; 138—Cody Mitchell (MG) dec. Josiah Powell 8-6; 145—TJ Schwietzberger (MG) pinned Ashley Lard 1:17; 152—Georgino Moraga (L) pinned John Allen 3:24; 160—Jesus Cabadas (MG) dec. Nate Johnson 13-9; 170—Chris Bonneru (MG) pinned Oscar Vazquez 3:55.

Snohomish 37, Glacier Peak 33

At Glacier Peak H.S.

113—Bryce Skowron (S) pinned Chris Bergevin 1:15; 120—Hunter Hollenbeck (GP) won by forfeit; 126—Kyle Nget (GP) dec. Gunnar Sturlaugson 10-8 (OT); 132—Luke Owen (GP) pinned Jayme Gonzales 5:27; 138—Mathew Miller (S) dec. Bryce Crowder 10-5; 145—Rafael Squadrito (S) pinned Marcus Rodriguez 3:40; 152—Will Carrol (GP) maj. dec. Paul Johnson 15-6; 160—Trevin Weeks (S) pinned Spencer Dhondt 5:14; 170—Ryan Cote (S) maj. dec. Roman Nichols 9-0; 182—Kyle Carlson (S) pinned Keith Larkin 1:00; 195—Dylan Owen (GP) maj. dec. Karson Castillo 20-9; 220—Jacob Erickson (GP) maj. dec. Meier Bracken 17-5; 285—Preston Barr (GP) won by forfeit; 106—Miles Lamb (S) pinned Ulysses Lopez-Vazquez 2:26.

Arlington 51, Kamiak 30

At Arlington H.S.

106—AJ Dorchak (A) pinned Marc Hruschka 3:22; 113—Richard Chung (K) pinned Eric Vogel 3:23; 120—Dorian Tollenaar (A) pinned Kevin Cantini 4:16; 126—Casten Tollenaar (A) pinned Keegan Waterstraw 1:37; 132—David Forslof (A) pinned Quinn Lockhart :40; 138—Samuel Serati (K) pinned Cole Phillips 4:02; 145—Trevor Latta (A) pinned Carlos Baez :38; 152—Dimitri Shaffer (A) pinned Leo Furlong-Benedetti 2:38; 160—Gabe Price (A) dec. Elliott Szoke 8-7; 170—Barrett Stengele (K) pinned Hayden Egbert :48; 182—Ian Faucher (K) pinned Dawson Reed 3:13; 195—Rylan Polkinghorn (A) pinned Corbin Dunston 1:35; 220—Mikhail Pavliukov (K) pinned Mason Marsh 1:35; 285—Hunter Strande (A) pinned Mark Holcomb 1:20.

Monroe at Everett, ppd. (Wednesday)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

King’s 45, Edmonds-Woodway 34

Arlington 63, Stanwood 16

Oak Harbor 53, Marysville Pilchuck 25, stats not reported

Mountlake Terrace 58, Cascade 16

Jackson 56, Lynnwood 47

Everett 43, Mariner 14

Mount Vernon 35, Marysville Getchell 30, stats not reported

Meadowdale 66, Monroe 34

Shorewood 47, Kamiak 45

Bear Creek 45, Sultan 37

Sedro-Woolley 76, South Whidbey 39, stats not reported

GIRLS BOWLING

Wesco

Jackson 3, Bellingham 0, stats not reported

GIRLS WRESTLING

Non-conference

Everett 60, Marysville 18

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

100—Sophie Averill (E) won by forfeit; 105—Craydi Moen (E) won by forfeit; 110—Sumina Gurung (E) won by forfeit; 115—Annie Carnelli (E) won by forfeit; 120—Kaitlan Flick (M) pinned Kaelin Anderson 1:00; 125—Lilia Servin (E) pinned Juju Kilroy 0:47; 130—Sela Ho (E) pinned Maria Ayala-Flores 1:08; 135—Chau Tran (E) pinned Ryanne Huh-Orrantia 2:58; 140—Jenna Fennell (E) won by forfeit; 145—Chelsey Goeden (M) pinned Frances O’Meara 3:12; 155—Brooklyn Hensen (E) pinned Ani Garner 0:40; 170—Danielle Stocks (E) won by injury default; 190—Alivia White (M) pinned Maria Fidow 1:23; 235—Julia Blair (E) pinned Beatriz Miranda-Ramirez 1:54.

Edmonds-Woodway 42, Snohomish/Glacier Peak 36

100—Lydia Biggs (EW) won by forfeit; 105—Double forfeit; 110—Mia Gilmore (S/GP) won by forfeit; 115—Jennifer Leon-Garcia (EW) won by forfeit; 120—Parker Lastaia (S/GP) won by forfeit; 125—Mikayla Jardine (S/GP) won by forfeit; 130—River Freeburg (EW) won by forfeit; 135—Arianna Arvelo-Andrade (EW) won by forfeit; 140—Kayla Guitierrez (EW) pinned Jay Ledezma; 145—Mia Soto (EW) won by forfeit; 155—Skyla Bristol (S/GP) won by forfeit; 170—Alycia Pidgeon (S/GP) pinned Destinee Harris; 190—Maddi Marshall (S/GP) pinned Kendell Summers; 235—Vatoria Keyes (EW) pinned Sasha Jackson.

Edmonds-Woodway scramble

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

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