Prep results for Wednesday, Jan. 16

Here are prep results for Wednesday, Jan. 16, with links to box scores and recaps where applicable:


Wesco 4A

Glacier Peak 80, Cascade 27

Jackson 72, Lake Stevens 46

Mariner 67, Monroe 48

Mount Vernon 67, Kamiak 43, stats not reported

Wesco 3A

Edmonds-Woodway 71, Archbishop Murphy 59

Arlington 62, Everett 27

Meadowdale 63, Cedarcrest 53, stats not reported

Shorewood 44, Lynnwood 43

Stanwood 65, Oak Harbor 55

Shorecrest 59, Mountlake Terrace 41

Marysville Pilchuck 64, Snohomish 50

Northwest 1B

Orcas Christian 38, Grace Academy 36, stats not reported


Meridian 73, Sultan 53


Northwest 2A/3A

Ferndale at Lakewood, not reported


Marysville Getchell at Squalicum, not reported

Curtis 56, Snohomish 18, stats not reported


Northwest 1B

Grace Academy 46, Orcas Christian 11


King’s 49, North Kitsap 27



Monroe 18, Mount Vernon 12, stats not reported


Everett 45, Burlington-Edison 33

At Everett H.S.

170—Emma Fleury (B-E) pinned Maria Fidow 2nd period; 190—Taya Phillips (E) dec. Brittany Ayala 5-4; 235—Julia Blair (E) pinned Yadrie Gonzalez 2nd period; 100—Sophie Averill (E) won by forfeit; 105—Craydi Moen (E) won by forfeit; 110—Carmen DeGregg (E) pinned Chloe Myers 3rd period; 115—Ivette Torres (B-E) pinned Sumina Gurung 2nd period; 120—Vannesa Ochoa (E) pinned Vivian Verrue 1st period; 125—Audrey Knutson (B-E) pinned Daisy Ramirez-Gaspar 1st period; 130—Jammie Kness (B-E) pinned Sela Ho 1st period; 135—Natalie Albright (B-E) dec. Maggie Kermoade 8-7; 140—Frances O’Meara (E) pinned Angelice Rodriguez 1st period; 145—Gui Ruile (B-E) pinned Brooklyn Hanson 2nd period; 155—Megan Gustafson (B-E) pinned Elizabeth Wysong 2nd period.

Stanwood Scramble

Local teams: Snohomish, Oak Harbor, Glacier Peak, Stanwood, not reported

Marysville Pilchuck Scramble

Local teams: Marysville Getchell, Lakewood, Arlington, Marysville Pilchuck, not reported

Cascade-Jackson Scramble

Local teams: Mountlake Terrace, Mariner, Lynnwood, Kamiak, Edmonds-Woodway, Cedarcrest, Cascade-Jackson, not reported

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