Prep results for Tuesday, Feb. 4



Wesco 4A

Kamiak 68, Monroe 62

North Sound Conference

Coupeville at Sultan, not reported

Cedar Park Christian 55, South Whidbey 42, stats not reported

Northwest 2A

Squalicum 67, Lakewood 65, stats not reported

Northwest 2B/1B

Darrington 39, Friday Harbor 30

Northwest 1B

Lummi Nation 70, Grace Academy 29, stats not reported


Wesco North

Lake Stevens 117, Stanwood 53

At Stanwood-Camano YMCA

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Garrett Chesley, Nathan Fleischmann, Kurt Lippmann, McRae Collins) 1:50.49; 200 freestyle—Alejandro Flores (LS) 1:53.95; 200 individual medley—Ben Howard (LS) 2:23.5; 50 freestyle—Collins (LS) 24.13; 100 butterfly—Chesley (LS) 57.57; 100 freestyle—Darin Hardie (LS) 55.86; 500 freestyle—Fleischmann (LS) 5:29.31; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Flores, Howard, Collins, Lippmann) 1:37.78; 100 backstroke—Chesley (LS) 59.6; 100 breaststroke—Flores (LS) 1:00.34; 400 freestyle relay—Stanwood (Dylan Link, Nehemiah Haskin, Bryce Barr, Jake Grant) 3:53.94.

Wesco South

Kamiak 118, Shorewood 66

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Kamiak (Shay Cunningham, Jared Luong, Justin Gillette, Brian Park) 1:45.34; 200 freestyle—Slava Gilszmer (K) 1:47.2; 200 individual medley—Michael Viray (K) 2:08.58; 50 freestyle—Max Fang (K) 21.77; Diving—Isaac Poole (S) 277.7; 100 butterfly—Fang (K) 51.66; 100 freestyle—Gilszmer (K) 49.63; 500 freestyle—Ryan Reid (S) 5:21.59; 200 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Martin Park, Jase Ugrin, Cunningham, B. Park) 1:34.93; 100 backstroke—Oliver Holod (K) 59.17; 100 breaststroke—Cole Nouwens (S) 1:02.59; 400 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Ugrin, Michael Coate, Cunningham, Vlad Gilszmer) 3:30.37.

Shorecrest 109, Cascade 70

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Shorecrest (Gavin Kelley, Andrew Harness, Caetano Yuyama, Simon Jacobs) 1:52.32; 200 freestyle—Jaxon Roberts (C) 1:52.74; 200 individual medley—Noah Henderson (C) 2:12.88; 50 freestyle—Miles Thompson (C) 24.46; Diving—Jonathan Lopez (C) 123.05; 100 butterfly—Harness (S) 55.55; 100 freestyle—Kelley (S) and Yuyama (S) 52.77; 500 freestyle—Jacobs (S) 5:33.26; 200 freestyle relay—Cascade (Roberts, Jose Alejandre, Max White, Thompson) 1:43.58; 100 backstroke—Harness (S) 59.63; 100 breaststroke—Devin Huynh (C) 1:12.71; 400 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Cade Birgfeld, Kelley, Jacobs, Harness) 3:25.7.


Wesco 4A

Lake Stevens 73, Cascade 18, stats not reported

Glacier Peak 66, Jackson 37

Mount Vernon 34, Mariner 32

Monroe 47, Kamiak 32

Wesco 3A/2A

Arlington 85, Oak Harbor 31, stats not reported

Shorecrest 59, Edmonds-Woodway 52 (OT)

Everett 56, Stanwood 48

Meadowdale 70, Lynnwood 47, stats not reported

Archbishop Murphy 66, Mountlake Terrace 50

Cedarcrest 46, Shorewood 37

Snohomish 49, Marysville Getchell 23

North Sound Conference

Sultan 59, Granite Falls 42

Coupeville 39, South Whidbey 27, stats not reported

Northwest 2A

Lakewood at Squalicum, not reported

Northwest 2B/1B

Friday Harbor 39, Darrington 25

Northwest 1B

Grace Academy 51, Lummi Nation 35, stats not reported

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