Prep results for Wednesday, Jan. 29



Wesco 4A

Kamiak 68, Cascade 39

Glacier Peak 64, Lake Stevens 46, stats not reported

Mariner 63, Jackson 47, stats not reported

Mount Vernon 69, Monroe 49, stats not reported

Wesco 3A/2A

Edmonds-Woodway 66, Mountlake Terrace 65

Cedarcrest 60, Lynnwood 52, stats not reported

Marysville Pilchuck 74, Arlington 68, stats not reported

Snohomish 64, Oak Harbor 53

Shorecrest 48, Archbishop Murphy 38

Meadowdale 62, Shorewood 52

Stanwood 77, Marysville Getchell 57

North Sound Conference

South Whidbey 56, Granite Falls 39, stats not reported


Wesco 3A North

Marysville Pilchuck 52, Oak Harbor 26

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

106—Ezekiel Egli (OH) dec. Aiden Johnston 16-0 (TF); 113—Juan Tzun (MP) won by forfeit; 120—Cole Valdez (OH) dec. Preston Phillips 15-0 (TF); 126—Austin Davis (MP) pinned Timothy Powers 3:28; 132—Cameron Perrine (MP) won by forfeit; 138—Iakov Bondar (MP) won by forfeit; 145—Ammar Humoud (MP) won by forfeit; 152—Noah Hangan (OH) pinned Duglas Cruz-Young 3:27; 160—Evan Beerbower (OH) maj. dec. Andon Merrick 13-5; 170—Mauro Bejar (MP) maj. dec. Jaden Scott 16-8; 182—Cayden White (MP) won by forfeit; 195—Kamiakin Craig (MP) pinned Zachary English 3:07; 220—Michael McPherson (MP) won by forfeit; 285—Ivan Snyder (OH) pinned Justin Albee 1:08.

Wesco 3A/2A South

Edmonds-Woodway 57, Lynnwood 15

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

106—Nguyen (E-W) pinned Ban :18; 113—Denkinger (E-W) won by forfeit; 120—LeCompte (E-W) won by forfeit; 126—Richman-Meyers (L) dec. Baldock 5-0; 132—Fatty (E-W) maj. dec. Mishoe 13-3; 138—Powell (L) pinned Krumov 3:35; 145—H. Hare (E-W) pinned Greene 1:06; 152—Rapelje (E-W) dec. Moraga 3-2; 160—Rust (E-W) maj. dec. Johnson 12-3; 170—R. Hare (E-W) pinned Amos 1:25; 182—Christin-Eriksen (E-W) won by forfeit; 195—Van Horn (E-W) maj. dec. White 11-1; 220—Gibbs (E-W) pinned Reed-Henderson 4:58; 285—Abuhanna (S) won by forfeit.

Edmonds-Woodway 53, Shorecrest 25

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

113—Denkinger (E-W) dec. Rhodes 4-3; 120—LeCompte (E-W) pinned Martinez 2:53; 126—Boakye-Ansah (E-W) pinned Lougee 1:18; 132—Fatty (E-W) pinned Curtis 3:07; 138—Conway-Yasuyama (S) pinned Krumov 4:44; 145—Rapelje (E-W) dec. Christopher 16-1 (TF); 152—Good (S) won by forfeit; 160—Rust (E-W) pinned Rutledge 1:30; 170—Mortensen (S) maj. dec. Hare 12-4; 182—Christin-Eriksen (E-W) pinned Claar 1:09; 195—Gibbs (E-W) pinned Carrell :58; 220—Kartono (E-W) pinned Schultz 5:22; 285—Glesener (S) won by forfeit.

Shorewood 42, Cedarcrest 42

(Shorewood wins on criteria)

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

113—Quincy Laflin (S) pinned Ashton Butterfield 3:59; 120—Bryant Reid (C) pinned Kai Layton 3:45; 126—Isaac Van Horn (S) pinned Francisco Contreras 1:47; 132—Hayden Dill (C) won by injury default; 138—Curt Tanaka (S) pinned Shawn Nykreim :20; 145—Evan Reid (C) pinned Kody Carpenter 3:02; 152—Devin Leach (S) won by forfeit; 160—Cole Becker (S) pinned Joseph Jensen :38; 170—RJ Buchheit (S) pinned Shad Mills 2:45; 182—Hunter Tibodeau (S) pinned Wayne Wright 1:01; 195—Matthew Weinert (C) pinned Max Null 2:42; 220—Macauley Miles (C) pinned Isaac Kabuchi 3:56; 285—Rylan McPhee (C) pinned Milan Johnson 1:33; 106—Gabriel Arroyo (C) won by forfeit.

Edmonds-Woodway 46, Shorewood 24

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

120—Reece LeCompte (E-W) pinned Kai Layton 1:23; 126—Isaac Van Horn (S) pinned Emmanuel Boakye-Ansah 2:38; 132—Jacob Pahre (E-W) pinned Joseph Rivera 1:32; 138—Ousman Fatty (E-W) dec. Curt Tanaka 9-8; 145—Alex Rapelje (E-W) pinned Kody Carpenter 5:07; 152—Devin Leach (S) dec. Howie Hare 8-1; 160—Cole Becker (S) pinned Alec Rust 1:37; 170—Russel Hare (E-W) maj. dec. RJ Buchheit 12-3; 182—Hunter Tibodeau (S) pinned Charlie Van Horn :37; 195—John Christin-Erikson (E-W) dec. Max Null 4-3; 220—Isaac Kabuchi (S) dec. Evan Gibbs 7-4; 285—George Kartono (E-W) pinned Milan Johnson 2:38; 106—Ethan Nguyen (E-W) won by forfeit; 113—Baylor Denkinger (E-W) pinned Quincy Laflin 1:33.

Shorecrest vs. Cedarcrest, not reported

Northwest 2A

Nooksack Valley at Lakewood, not reported


Lynnwood 42, Ingraham 36, stats not reported

Shorewood 56, Ingraham 20

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

106—Galen Baird (I) won by forfeit; 113—Quincy Laflin (S) pinned Julian Collins :35; 120—David Urcino (I) pinned Kai Layton 4:27; 126—Isaac Van Horn (S) dec. Soloman Dowidar 18-12; 132—Aidan Jung (S) pinned Christian Bailey 1:02; 138—Curt Tanaka (S) won by forfeit; 145—Kody Carpenter (S) pinned Amerino Fennell :57; 152—Devin Leach dec. Flynn Baird 15-0 (TF); 160—Cole Becker (S) pinned Abdi Hassan; 170—RJ Buchheit (S) pinned Athanase :33; 182—Hunter Tibodeau (S) pinned Kieran Giesness 2:39; 195—Tre Harstad (I) dec. Max Null 10-3; 220—Isaac Kabuchi (S) pinned Graham Ritter; 285—Cristian Tinoco (I) pinned Milan Johnson.



Granite Falls 56, Concrete 36, stats not reported

Sequim 60, King’s 52, stats not reported



Lynden 58, Everett 18

At Lynden H.S.

100—Zahraa Abueiawi (E) won by forfeit; 105—Crystal Barnes (E) won by forfeit; 110—Jayden Mauckduff (L) pinned Wiam Elmoubaraki 1:26; 115—Janet Baldovinos (L) pinned Kirete Manjivred 2:16; 120—Faythe Rick (L) pinned Kaelin Anderson 1:59; 125—Natalie Rodriques (L) won by forfeit; 130—Hailie Holestine (L) pinned Catalina Servin 1:59; 135—Jesenia Santos-Morales (L) pinned Madison McNeal 2:58; 140—Beatriz Briceno (L) pinned Rachael Dowdell 1:19; 145—Olivia Castaneda (L) won by forfeit; 155—Crystal Juarez (L) pinned Monica Garcia 3:14; 170—Double forfeit; 190—Hannah Kayser (L) pinned Maria Fidow 2:59; 235—Tayah Phillips (E) won by forfeit.

Stanwood 33, Sedro-Woolley 12, stats not reported

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