Prep results for Tuesday, Jan. 15

Here are prep results for Tuesday, Jan. 15, with links to box scores where applicable:

BOYS BASKETBALL

North Sound Conference

South Whidbey 60, Granite Falls 38

Cedar Park Christian 70, Coupeville 27, stats not reported

Sultan at King’s, not reported

Northwest 2A

Anacortes 57, Lakewood 45

Northwest 2B/1B

Darrington 75, Mount Vernon Christian 59

Northwest 1B

Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace 40, Orcas Christian 33, stats not reported

Fellowship Christian 46, Grace Academy 36, stats not reported

Lummi 61, Tulalip Heritage 58, stats not reported

BOYS SWIMMING

Wesco

Jackson 119, Lake Stevens 51

At WEST Coast Aquatics

200 medley relay—Jackson (Tony Kim, Justin Limberg, Pryce Umemoto, Jensen Elsemore) 1:43.63; 200 freestyle—Limberg (J) 1:53.55; 200 individual medley—Ryan Wang (J) 2:09.86; 50 freestyle—Elsemore (J) 23.66; 100 butterfly—Kim (J) 58.35; 100 freestyle—Gideon Marlatt (LS) 50.37; 500 freestyle—Wang (J) 5:23.93; 200 freestyle relay—Jackson (Limberg, Elsemore, Umemoto, Wang) 1:35.5; 100 backstroke—Kim (J) 58.44; 100 breaststroke—Limberg (J) 1:01.21; 400 freestyle relay—Jackson (Wang, Umemoto, Alex Georgiev, Braden Thompson) 3:34.33.

Cascade 115, Meadowdale 62; Cascade 99, Lynnwood 83

At Forest Park Pool

200 medley relay—Lynnwood (Brian Lee, Elijah Milan, Zachary Bevans, Andrew Carr) 1:54.39; 200 freestyle—Milan (L) 1:58.05; 200 individual medley—Max Khaperman (M) 2:20.09; 50 freestyle—Maxwell Nelson (C) 24.75; Diving—Joseph Hofman (C) 240.7; 100 butterfly—Khaperman (M) 1:00.91; 100 freestyle—Nelson (C) 55.27; 500 freestyle—Christopher Hansen (C) 6:00.76; 200 freestyle relay—Cascade (Miles Thompson, Jaxon Roberts, Hansen, Nelson) 1:42.40; 100 backstroke—Roberts (C) 1:02.79; 100 breaststroke—Bevans (L) 1:12.79; 400 freestyle relay—Cascade (Nelson, Thompson, Hansen, Roberts) 3:53.24.

Edmonds-Woodway vs. Mount Vernon, not reported

Mountlake Terrace vs. Mount Vernon, not reported

Stanwood 107, Archbishop Murphy 63, stats not reported

Kamiak 127, Shorecrest 56

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Kamiak (Vlad Gilszmer, Jared Luong, Maxwell Fang, Brian Park) 1:41.88; 200 freestyle—Aric Prieve (S) 1:48.67; 200 individual medley—Oliver Holod (K) 2:11.54; 50 freestyle—Park (K) 22.37; Diving—Gracen Wilkerson (S) 171.7; 100 butterfly—Fang (K) 52.28; 100 freestyle—Slava Gilszmer (K) 49.37; 500 freestyle—Alex Kirby (K) 5:18.64; 200 freestyle relay—Kamiak (S. Gilszmer, Ryan Fang, Park, M. Fang) 1:31.28; 100 backstroke—Conor Quinn (K) 1:00.37; 100 breaststroke—V. Gilszmer (K) 1:02.73; 400 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Jonathan Ke, V. Gilszmer, Quinn, Jared Luong) 3:30.18.

Oak Harbor 104, Marysville Getchell 67; Oak Harbor 111, Marysville Pilchuck 63

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

200 medley relay—Oak Harbor (Aaron Martinez, Lawrence Zapanta, Micah Franklin, Rylan Quiros) 1:58.72; 200 freestyle—Nicholas Carlson (MG) 2:15.02; 200 individual medley—Franklin (OH) 2:25.41; 50 freestyle—Quiros (OH) 25.24; Diving—Andrew Kallio (MP) 234.1; 100 butterfly—Franklin (OH) 1:02.44; 100 freestyle—Ian Meetsma (MP) 52.84; 500 freestyle—Jesse Nahinu (MG) 6:13.95; 200 freestyle relay—Oak Harbor (Ignacio Campos, Quiros, Franklin, Zapanta) 1:46.58; 100 backstroke—Meetsma (MP) 1:01.45; 100 breaststroke—Leif Anderson (MP) 1:12.13; 400 freestyle relay—Marysville Getchell (Nahinu, Justin Orellana, Andrew Christensen, Hunter Brown) 4:33.22.

Mariner 91, Everett 86

At Mariner H.S.

200 medley relay—Everett (Harber, Ahrendt, Raynor, Shetler) 2:02.74; 200 freestyle—Smith (M) 2:22.67; 200 individual medley—Raynor (E) 2:29.69; 50 freestyle—Ahrendt (E) 24.67; Diving—Steen (M) 154.4; 100 butterfly—Steen (M) 1:09.68; 100 freestyle—Steacey (M) 57.76; 500 freestyle—Raynor (E) 6:03.97; 200 freestyle relay—Everett (Raynor, Harber, Shetler, Ahrendt) 1:47.32; 100 backstroke—Smith (M) 1:09.68; 100 breaststroke—Ahrendt (E) 1:14.72; 400 freestyle relay—Mariner (Steen, Krutiy, Smith, Stacey) 4:10.91.

BOYS WRESTLING

Non-conference

Kamiak 69, Interlake 9

At Redmond H.S.

120—Odin Nieshe (K) pinned Isaac Mullins :43; 126—Lorenzo Jaquez (K) pinned Aidan Inman 2:10; 132—Miguel Ortiz (I) pinned Jin Terrada-White 4:51; 138—Elliott Szoke (K) pinned Remington Barlow :30; 145—Sam Furlong-Benedetti (K) won by forfeit; 152—Guage Holland (K) pinned Hok-Yin Cha 1:54; 160—Barrett Stengele (K) pinned Jiawei Hu 1:30; 170—Corbin Dunston (K) won by forfeit; 182—Stephen Berry (K) pinned Nshan Burns 1:27; 195—Ian Faucher (K) won by forfeit; 220—Ethan Akers (K) pinned Cole Mullenix :54; 285—Nick Garza (K) won by forfeit; 106—Carson Fricke (I) dec. Solana Ordonez 4-0; 113—Richard Chung (K) dec. Luke Nanchester 6-2.

Redmond 48, Kamiak 33

At Redmond H.S.

113—Richard Chung (K) pinned Serenity Keeser :35; 120—Molly Williams (R) pinned Odin Nieshe 1:59; 126—Lorenzo Jaquez (K) won by forfeit; 132—Jin Terrada-White (K) pinned Sean Allenshipman 2:45; 138—Noah Medvinsky (R) pinned Elliott Szoke 1:59; 145—Sam Furlong-Benedetti (K) dec. Alex Rouselle 8-3; 152—Jeremy Hernandez (R) pinned Guage Holland 3:36; 160—John Englander (R) pinned Barrett Stengele 3:35; 170—Thad Holetz (R) pinned Corbin Dunston 2:46; 182—George Matsuevych (R) pinned Stephen Berry 1:10; 195—Ian Faucher (K) pinned Eli Allaben 5:20; 220—Alex Folta (R) pinned Ethan Akers 3:42; 285—Nick Garza (K) pinned Liam Weininger :32; 106—Kaiden Williams (R) pinned Solana Ordonez 3:39.

Cascade vs. Interlake, not reported

Redmond 71, Cascade 12, stats not reported

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wesco 4A

Glacier Peak 63, Cascade 12

Lake Stevens 62, Jackson 39

Monroe 58, Mariner 20

Mount Vernon 60, Kamiak 50

Wesco 3A

Archbishop Murphy 66, Edmonds-Woodway 55

Arlington 58, Everett 46

Meadowdale 63, Cedarcrest 35

Lynnwood 47, Shorewood 27

Stanwood 73, Oak Harbor 28

Shorecrest 67, Mountlake Terrace 20

Snohomish 45, Marysville Pilchuck 16

North Sound Conference

Coupeville 40, Granite Falls 33

King’s at South Whidbey, not reported

Cedar Park Christian 50, Sultan 27

Northwest 2A

Anacortes at Lakewood, not reported

Northwest 2B/1B

Mount Vernon Christian 81, Darrington 17, stats not reported

Northwest 1B

Lummi 41, Tulalip Heritage 17, stats not reported

Talk to us

More in Sports

The Herald’s Athlete of the Week poll.
Vote for The Herald’s Prep Athlete of the Week for April 12-18

The Athlete of the Week nominees for April 12-18. Voting closes at… Continue reading

Washington's Lauren Sanders, center, spikes the ball against Dayton's Lexie Almodovar, left, and Lindsey Winner, right, in the third set during an NCAA volleyball tournament in Omaha, Neb., Thursday, April 15, 2021. (Chris Machian/Omaha World-Herald via AP)
Glacier Peak grad Sanders climbs UW volleyball record books

The senior middle blocker has made an impact on and off the court for the Sweet 16-bound Huskies.

Minnehaha Academy's Chet Holmgren, the No. 1 NCAA college basketball recruit in the country, gestures during a press conference where he announced he will be attending Gonzaga University to play basketball, Monday, April 19, 2021, in Minneapolis. Chet is flanked by his father, David Holmgren, left, and mother, Sarah Harris, right.  (David Joles/Star Tribune via AP)
Top recruit Chet Holmgren heads to Gonzaga, Suggs to NBA

Like Suggs, the 7-foot-1-inch star from Minnesota will likely play only one season before jumping to the pros.

Monroe's Trey Lane runs the ball during the game against Lake Stevens on Friday, March 12, 2021 in Monroe, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
All-Wesco teams announced for traditional fall sports

The standouts from the shortened fall sports season.

Kamiak's Cade Weatherbie and Meadowdale's River Stewart fall while fighting for the ball during the game on Friday, April 16, 2021 in Mukilteo, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
GALLERY: Kamiak shuts out Meadowdale in boys soccer

Westin Joyner and Junior Phomnath combine for the clean sheet in the Knights’ 3-0 win.

Prep sports roundup.
Prep results for Friday, April 16

Prep results for Friday, April 16 (check back frequently for updates): (Note… Continue reading

FILE - Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch walks off the field after NFL football practice in Renton, Wash., in this Friday, Dec. 27, 2019, file photo. During Marshawn Lynch’s 12 NFL seasons he earned a reputation for his fearless style on the field, while remaining one of the league’s most reclusive figures off the field. Now the retired running back is lending his voice to try to help members of Black and Hispanic communities make more informed decisions about receiving COVID-19 vaccines. Lynch released a 30-minute interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci on his YouTube channel Friday, April 16, 2021, becoming the latest prominent athlete to sit down with him to discuss the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines as the U.S. continues to combat the pandemic.  (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
Marshawn Lynch discusses vaccine hesitancy with Dr. Fauci

The former Seahawks star is hoping to help Black and Hispanic communities make informed decisions.

Exterior of the new Quil Ceda Creek Casino on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2020 in Marysville, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Tulalip Tribes reach deal with state on sports betting

If all goes to plan, the tribes could get federal approval for sports books at two casinos by the fall.

Most Read