Prep results for Wednesday, Jan. 23

Here are prep results for Jan. 23 with links to box scores and recaps where applicable:


Wesco 4A

Kamiak at Cascade, not reported

Glacier Peak 62, Lake Stevens 36

Jackson 66, Mariner 56

Mount Vernon 77, Monroe 62

Wesco 3A/2A

Mountlake Terrace 65, Edmonds-Woodway 45

Lynnwood 52, Cedarcrest 45

Marysville Pilchuck 60, Arlington 52

Oak Harbor 50, Snohomish 42

Archbishop Murphy 43, Shorecrest 42, stats not reported

Shorewood 48, Meadowdale 36

Marysville Getchell 65, Stanwood 58


Northwest 2A

Lakewood at Sedro-Woolley, not reported


3A/4A District 1 Tournament

At Glacier Lanes, Everett

4A team scores—Jackson 1813, Cascade 1751, Bellingham 1571, Mount Vernon 1371.

4A individual resultsJackson highlights: Molly Myers 326 (172-154); Kiana Zellmer 329 (168-161). Cascade highlights: Nikki Duell 289 (155-134); Paris Smith 403 (205-198), Ariel Rogers 273 (140-133); Makayla Hammer 275 (144-131); Kendall Mannino 260 (133-127).

Jackson qualifies for the Jan. 31-Feb. 2 4A state tournament as a team. Other team members include Crystal Le (315 series); Amanda Winneger (294 series); Katherine Martin (114 game); Hailey Marberg (124 game), Laina Delgado.

Cascade’s Paris Smith qualified for 4A state as an individual.

3A team scores—Seattle Prep 1658, Ferndale 1562, Rainier Beach 1281, Everett 1067.

3A individual results—Everett highlights: Jayden Ferrier 250 (158-92); Ashlee Holden 227 (125-102); Anna Wheeler 215 (128-87); Dijla Aalezirej 203 (112-91).



Kamiak-Mariner 45, Edmonds-Woodway 30, stats not reported

Cascade-Jackson at Everett, not reported

Snohomish Scramble

At Snohomish H.S.

Teams: Oak Harbor, Monroe, Glacier Peak, Cedarcrest, Snohomish, not reported

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