Glacier Peak’s Tucker Molina slams dunks on West Seattle’s Abdirahman Jama as Glacier Peak led West Seattle at the half in a season-opening non-league matchup on Tuesday in Snohomish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Tucker Molina slams dunks on West Seattle’s Abdirahman Jama as Glacier Peak led West Seattle at the half in a season-opening non-league matchup on Tuesday in Snohomish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Prep results for Tuesday, Dec. 3

High school basketball season gets under way with a slew of games.

Prep results for Tuesday, Dec. 3, with link to recaps and box scores where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Shorecrest 59, Lakeside 37

Burlington-Edison 58, Meadowdale 56

Squalicum 85, Everett 42

Anacortes 56, Cedarcrest 54

Snohomish 56, Ferndale 53

Lake Washington 67, Kamiak 60

Glacier Peak 74, West Seattle 54

University Prep 49, Sultan 45

Darrington 56, Coupeville 49

Tenison Woods College 67, Granite Falls 36

Cedar Park Christian 72, Seattle Christian 69

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-conference

Oak Harbor 68, Mariner 51

Stanwood 58, Anacortes 40

Shorecrest 54, Jackson 29

Shorewood 48, Squalicum 43

Kamiak 57, Lynnwood 42

Snohomish 50, Ferndale 41

Lakewood 22, Marysville Pilchuck 20

Ingraham at Mountlake Terrace, not reported

University Prep 36, Sultan 32

Coupeville 42, Darrington 35

Tenison Woods College 56, Granite Falls 18

Cedar Park Christian 44, Seattle Christian 31

Lynden 64, King’s 46

South Whidbey at Concrete, not reported

GIRLS BOWLING

Wesco

Burlington-Edison at Jackson, not reported

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