Prep results for Wednesday, Dec. 4




Oak Harbor 73, Coupeville 69, OT, stats not reported

Arlington 68, Sehome 58

Lakewood 82, Stanwood 76

Juanita 57, Lynnwood 51

Glacier Peak 68, Cedar Park Christian 34

Redmond 56, Monroe 47

Shorewood 65, Lincoln (Seattle) 16

South Whidbey 85, Chimacum 13, stats not reported

Nooksack Valley 64, Granite Falls 27

Mount Vernon Christian 67, Grace Academy 50, stats not reported



Marysville Getchell 54, Cedarcrest 25

At Marysville Getchell H.S.

113—Jacob Steele (MG) pinned Justin Link :26; 120—Jared Linerud (C) pinned Angel Murillo 1:12; 126—Francisco Javier (C) pinned Tobyn Genn 2:37; 132—Hayden Dill (C) maj. dec. Joel Foster 10-2; 138—Cody Mitchell (MG) pinned Christian Paniagua 1:37; 145—TJ Schweitzberger (MG) pinned Shawn Nykrein :38; 152—John Allen (MG) pinned Josh Najera-Romero :12; 160—Jesus Cabadas (MG) won by forfeit; 170—Andrew Cantu (MG) won by forfeit; 182—Chris Bonner (MG) pinned Peyton Wyman 2:54; 195—Matt Weinert (C) pinned Caleb Blong 3:01; 220—Mac Miles (C) dec. Erick Duenas 5-2; 285—Cheron Smith (MG) pinned Rylan McPhee 3:59; 106—Omar Salcedo (MG) won by forfeit.

Lake Stevens 34, Tahoma 34 (Lake Stevens wins on criteria), stats not reported



Oak Harbor 44, Coupeville 25, stats not reported

Redmond 43, Monroe 38, OT

Arlington 57, Burlington-Edison 46

Cedarcrest 54, Interlake 23

Lynden Christian 67, Archbishop Murphy 30

Shorecrest 47, Juanita 39, stats not reported

Newport 39, Everett 29

Sehome 54, Cascade 29

Nooksack Valley at Granite Falls, not reported

Mount Vernon Christian 50, Grace Academy 29, stats not reported



Cedarcrest at Marysville Getchell, not reported

Cedarcrest vs. Marysville Pilchuck, not reported

Mountlake Terrace, Meadowdale, Lynnwood, Edmonds-Woodway at Chief Sealth, not reported

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