Prep results for Tuesday, Jan. 21




Jackson 3, Burlington-Edison 0

At Bowlero Lanes

Highlights—Jackson: Meadow Hart 336 (164-172); Amanda Winniger 286 (136-150). Records—Jackson 11-1 overall, 10-1 league; Burlington-Edison 4-6, 4-6.

Cascade 3, Everett 0

At Bowlero Lanes

Highlights—Cascade: Jessie Brambach 342 (169-173); Kendall Manino 267 (117-150). Everett: Zoe Gilland 226 (107-119); Delainey Chapman 218 (94-124). Records—Cascade 12-0 overall, 11-0 league; Everett 2-10, 1-10.


Wesco 4A

Mount Vernon 60, Kamiak 56

Wesco 3A/2A

Stanwood 75, Oak Harbor 61

North Sound Conference

Coupeville at King’s, not reported

Sultan at South Whidbey, not reported

Northwest 2A

Lakewood 60, Anacortes 41, stats not reported

Northwest 2B/1B

Darrington 49, La Conner 37

Northwest 1B

Tulalip Heritage 72, Providence Classical Christian 42, stats not reported


Summit Sierra 52, Granite Falls 43



Stanwood 98, Archbishop Murphy 68; Burlington-Edison 93, Archbishop Murphy 67; Burlington-Edison 84, Stanwood 83

At WEST Coast Aquatics

200 medley relay—Burlington-Edison (Rasco, Baker, Perales, Rozema) 1:56.09; 200 freestyle—Mitchell Abramson (AM) 2:01.52; 200 individual medley—Kainoa Evans (AM) 2:20.16; 50 freestyle—Colin Hayes (B-E) 25.07; 100 butterfly—Charlie Rasco (B-E) 1:02.47; 100 freestyle—Abramson (AM) 53.89; 500 freestyle—Aidan Perales (B-E) 5:42.19; 200 free relay—Stanwood (Barr, Blackburn, Grant, Link) 1:46.27; 100 backstroke—Rasco (B-E) 1:04.73; 100 breaststroke—Tycen Johnson (S) 1:15.53; 400 freestyle relay—Burlington-Edison (Baker, Hayes, Rozema, Rasco) 3:51.17.

Lake Stevens 120, Everett 50

At Forest Park Pool

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Ben Howard, Nathan Fleischmann, Jason Burrow, Garrett Chesley) 1:53.61; 200 freestyle—Alejandro Flores (LS) 1:52.15; 200 individual medley—Chesley (LS) 2:13.1; 50 freestyle—Ethan Ahrendt (E) and McRae Collins (LS) 24.58; 100 butterfly—Ahrendt (E) 57.95; 100 freestyle—Troy Espinoza (LS) 55.97; 500 freestyle—Fleischmann (LS) 5:33.95; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Flores, Collins, Kurt Lippmann, Tate Brust) 1:42.54; 100 backstroke—Flores (LS) 1:00.71; 100 breaststroke—Darin Hardie (LS) 1:12.91; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Burrow, Howard, Lippmann, DJ Trout) 4:02.44.

Cascade 116, Meadowdale 49; Lynnwood 86, Cascade 83

At Lynnwood Pool

200 medley relay—Lynnwood (Maksim Smirniahin, Elijah Milan, Zachary Bevans, Brian Lee) 1:46.16; 200 freestyle—Jaxon Roberts (C) 1:57.66; 200 individual medley—Bevans (L) 2:14.94; 50 freestyle—Lee (L) 24.01; 100 butterfly—Noah Henderson (C) 58.56; 100 freestyle—Miles Thompson (C) 55.38; 500 freestyle—Roberts (C) 5:18.84; 200 freestyle—Lynnwood (Samuel Yu, Maksim Smirniahin, Adrian Seeber, Milan) 1:47.22; 100 backstroke—Lee (L) 1:07.68; 100 breaststroke—Milan (L) 1:06.73; 400 freestyle relay—Cascade (Thompson, Henderson, Devin Huynh, Roberts) 3:43.99.

Edmonds-Woodway 119, Mariner 60; Mariner 92, Mountlake Terrace 88

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Pallos, Kotwis, McAfee, Ruiz) 1:50.58; 200 freestyle—Plum (E-W) 1:59.32; 200 individual medley—Wang (E-W) 2:21.09; 50 freestyle—Kim (E-W) 24.35; Diving—Steen (M) 165.15; 100 butterfly—Nguyen (MT) 1:04.59; 100 freestyle—Rutz (E-W) 53.41; 500 freestyle—Eno (E-W) 5:46.55; 200 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Teplouhov, Inadomi, Kim, Rahbarrad) 1:37.18; 100 backstroke—Kotwis (E-W) 1:03.82; 100 breaststroke—Tambanua (M) 1:10.3; 400 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Teplouhov, Pallos, Inadomi, Kotwis) 3:48.6.

Shorewood 113, Glacier Peak 72; Shorewood 118, Snohomish 62

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

200 medley relay—Shorewood (Ryan Reid, Cole Nouwens, Wyatt Hynek, Brian Nguyen) 1:48.34; 200 freestyle—Noah Clarke (Sno) 1:51.09; 200 individual medley—Nouwens (Sho) 2:10.57; 50 freestyle—Zach Cermak (GP) 22.39; Diving—Poole (Sho) 331.3; 100 butterfly—Cermak (GP) 56.2; 100 freestyle—James Boggeri (Sno) 52.03; 500 freestyle—Reid (Sho) 4:58.92; 200 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Dylan Schwartzmiller, Lucas Donohue, Clarke, Boggeri) 1:37.96; 100 backstroke—Schwartzmiller (Sno) 1:04.17; 100 breaststroke—Nouwens (Sho) 1:02.23; 400 freestyle relay—Shorewood (John Beres, Reid, Kurt Lumbera, Cole Nouwens) 3:35.68.

Monroe 106, Marysville Pilchuck 66, stats not reported

Monroe 109, Marysville Getchell 70, stats not reported

Kamiak 114, Shorecrest 56

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Kamiak (Oliver Holod, Jared Luong, Justin Gillette, Brian Park) 1:46.04; 200 freestyle—Simon Jacobs (S) 1:55.73; 200 individual medley—Max Fang (K) 2:01.0; 50 freestyle—Slava Gilszmer (K) 22.54; 100 butterfly—Vlad Gilszmer (K) 53.74; 100 freestyle—S. Gilszmer (K) 49.2; 500 freestyle—Fang (K) 4:55; 200 freestyle relay—Kamiak (V. Gilszmer, Park, S. Gilszmer, Fang) 1:30.1; 100 backstroke—Holod (K) 59.15; 100 breaststroke—V. Gilszmer (K) 1:02.14; 400 freestyle relay—Kamiak (S. Gilszmer, Jase Ugrin, Matthew Gustafson, Fang) 3:23.21.


Wesco 4A

Monroe 66, Mount Vernon 21

At Monroe H.S.

106—Ryan Wilson (MV) pinned Tomas Bustamente 2:28; 113—Corey Stone (M) won by forfeit; 120—Alexis Zendejas (M) dec. Hollis Willett 6-1; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Chad Pease (M) won by forfeit; 138—Michael Buckley (M) won by forfeit; 145—Brian Zebley (M) pinned Arellano Imanol 1:22; 152—Joshua Troupe (MV) pinned Jonathan Littrell 1:25; 160—Joseph Littrell (M) won by forfeit; 170—Sheldon George (M) pinned Michael King 2:32; 182—Paul Bischoff (M) won by forfeit; 195—Ben Davis (M) pinned Vyncent Rodriguez 1:48; 220—Jesse Scheffer (M) pinned Ignacio Paniagua 1:47; 285—Chris Reber (M) won by forfeit.

Wesco 3A North

Snohomish 54, Oak Harbor 20

At Everett H.S.

106—Miles Lamb (S) maj. dec. Ezekial Eyli 10-1; 113—Bryce Skowron (S) pinned Derek Salazar 2:34; 120—Shamus Warden (OH) won by forfeit; 126—Cole Valdez (OH) dec. Gunnar Sturlaugson 5-4; 132—Matt Miller (S) pinned Tim Powers 3:00; 138—Jamal Graham (OH) maj. dec. Hamoody Smith 16-4; 145—Paul Johnson (S) pinned Tim Luttrell-Dinger 5:33; 152—Trevin Weeks (S) pinned Noah Hangan 5:37; 160—Ryan Cote (S) maj. dec. Evan Beerbower 10-0; 170—Kyle Carlson (S) pinned Jaden Scott 1:00; 182—Jesus Gonzalez-Torres (S) pinned Alex Tirado 3:06; 195—Ethan Frati (S) maj. dec. Zach English 10-2; 220—Meier Bracken (S) pinned Derek Jacques; 285—Ivan Snyder (OH) won by forfeit.

Everett 66, Oak Harbor 10

At Everett H.S.

285—Sam Smith (E) pinned Ivan Snyder 3:55; 106—John Nelson (E) dec. Ezekial Eyli 7-5; 113—Hector Cabrera (E) pinned Derek Salazar 5:52; 120—Jonah Palabrica (E) pinned Shamus Warden 1:53; 126—Fernie Vasquez (E) maj. dec. Cole Valdez 11-2; 132—Aaron Chan (E) pinned Tim Powers 2:57; 138—Jamal Graham (OH) pinned Cole Venturo 5:39; 145—Michael Moore (E) pinned Tim Luttrell-Dinger 1:30; 152—Christian De Guzman (E) maj. dec. Noah Hangan 12-2; 160—Evan Beerbower (OH) maj. dec. Jordan MacPherson 11-2; 170—Thomas Trautman (E) pinned Jaden Scott 3:35; 182—Skylar O’Donahue (E) pinned Alex Tirado 1:57; 195—Joey Hudson (E) pinned Zach English 1:39; 220—Victor Montiel (E) pinned Derek Jacques 3:15.

Marysville Pilchuck 46, Arlington 33

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

170—Mauro Bejar (MP) pinned Rylan Polkinghorn 2:13; 182—Cayden White (MP) pinned Dawson Reed :08; 195—Kamiakin Craig (MP) pinned Gabe Vickers :51; 220—Daryl Kalisto (MP) pinned Conner Stockman 3:22; 285—Justin Albee (MP) pinned Hunter Strande 1:22; 106—A.J. Dorchak (A) dec. Aiden Johnston 14-8; 113—Eric Vogel (A) pinned Juan Tzun 4:40; 120—Casten Tollenaar (A) won by forfeit; 126—Austin Davis (MP) pinned Dorian Tollenaar :55; 132—Cole Carroll (A) pinned Isaiah Woods 4:26; 138—Trevor Latta (A) pinned Corey Fregoso 3:14; 145—Ammar Humoud (MP) maj. dec. Dimitri Shaffer 14-6; 152—Gabe Price (A) pinned Duglas Cruz-Young 2:23; 160—Andon Merrick (MP) dec. Sean Lee 21-4 (TF).


Wesco 4A

Glacier Peak 72, Cascade 16

Lake Stevens 74, Jackson 50

Monroe 31, Mariner 15

Mount Vernon 41, Kamiak 39, stats not reported

Wesco 3A/2A

Archbishop Murphy 44, Edmonds-Woodway 40

Arlington 76, Everett 27

Meadowdale 41, Cedarcrest 33

Lynnwood 58, Shorewood 52, OT

Stanwood 47, Oak Harbor 28

Shorecrest 72, Mountlake Terrace 38

Snohomish 61, Marysville Pilchuck 9

North Sound Conference

Cedar Park Christian 52, Granite Falls 27, stats not reported

Northwest 2A

Anacortes 59, Lakewood 24, stats not reported

Northwest 2B/1B

La Conner 89, Darrington 24, stats not reported


Annie Wright 67, King’s 48, stats not reported

South Whidbey at Chimacum, not reported



Arlington 60, Lake Stevens 15, stats not reported

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