Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep results for Wednesday, Jan. 5

Prep results for Wednesday, Jan. 5:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email



Shorewood 59, Meadowdale 40

LYNNWOOD — Rahmatullah Salim scored 21 points and pulled down 22 rebounds as Shorewood earned a league win over Meadowdale on Wednesday night.

Jaden Messer scored 13 points and Canon Sanders had seven points, four assists and four steals for Shorewood (3-4, 3-1 Wesco 2A/3A).

Evik Amy scored a team-high 12 points and Aiden Bloomquist had sevens points and 11 rebounds for Meadowdale (0-7, 0-4).

Stanwood 69, Cascade 60

STANWOOD — Brandt Gilbertson and Kolten Bartram-Scott each scored 20 points to help Stanwood to a hard-fought league win over Cascade.

Gilbertson made five 3-pointers and Owen Thayer added 13 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, for Stanwood (4-3, 3-1 Wesco 2A/3A).

Aidan Kopra scored 20 points and Gilbert added 13 for Cascade (0-6, 0-4).

Archbishop Murphy 60, Cedarcrest 57

EVERETT — Ben Snider scored a game-high 25 points, including 18 in the second half as Archbishop Murphy held off Cedarcrest for a close league victory.

Luke Blachly scored 13 points and Aaron Owens chipped in 10 for Archbishop Murphy (3-3, 3-1 Wesco 2A/3A).

Jack Leblanc scored 18 points, including four 3-pointers, for Cedarcrest (1-5, 0-4).

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Marysville Getchell 47, Lynnwood 37

Arlington 67, Everett 61

Shorecrest 83, Edmonds-Woodway 53


Jackson 76, Woodinville 57

MILL CREEK — Sylas Williams had yet another big game.

Drilon Veliu, Henry Armstrong and Bradley Tharp once again provided strong complementary performances.

And the Jackson High School boys basketball team continued its impressive start to the season by racing past another opponent.

Williams and the Timberwolves closed the non-league portion of their schedule in style, cruising to a 76-57 win over previously unbeaten Woodinville on Wednesday night with another balanced and high-scoring showing.

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Glacier Peak 78, Cedar Park Christian 52

BOTHELL — Bobby Siebers set a school record with 36 points, including eight 3-pointers, to lead Glacier Peak to a non-league win over Cedar Park Christian.

Torey Watkins scored 14 points and Jo Lee added 10 for Glacier Peak (4-1).

Jack Allen scored a team-high 24 points for Cedar Park Christian (4-6).

Mount Vernon 57, Mariner 52

MOUNT VERNON — Malakai Bloomfield scored 19 points, including five 3-pointers, but Mariner fell to Mount Vernon in a close non-league game.

Maser Motley scored nine points and Macky James added eight for Mariner (6-4).

Quinn Swanson scored a team-high 16 points for Mount Vernon (6-1).

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Archbishop Murphy 117, Marysville Pilchuck 20; Archbishop Murphy 91, Marysville Getchell 67

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

200 medley relay—Archbishop Murphy (Evan Wold, Philip Wold, Noah Tran, Kirk Shelton) 1:52.11; 200 freestyle—Evan Wold (AM) 2:02.40; 200 individual medley—Philip Wold (AM) 2:16.03; 50 freestyle—Andrew Christensen (MG) 25.05; 100 butterfly—Tran (AM) 1:11.64; 100 freestyle—Evan Wold (AM) 56.00; 500 freestyle—Christensen (MG) 5:38.34; 200 freestyle relay—Marysville Getchell (Pringle, Minnick, Gibbs, Johnson) 1:49.02; 100 backstroke—Tran (AM) 1:16.96; 100 breaststroke—Philip Wold (AM) 1:04.01; 400 freestyle relay—Marysville Getchell (Kristensen, Gibbs, Barnett, Christensen) 4:09.93.

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Archbishop Murphy 58, Cedarcrest 27

EVERETT — Tamiah Joseph scored a game-high 19 points, including four 3-pointers, and Taylor Reed added 18 as Archbishop Murphy rolled to a league win over Cedarcrest.

Taylor Campbell added six points for Archbishop Murphy (5-1, 3-0 Wesco 2A/3A), which has won five straight.

Holly Williams led Cedarcrest (4-3, 2-2) with nine points.


Lakeside (Seattle) 48, Glacier Peak 39

SEATTLE — Kylani Rookstool scored a team-high 14 points, but Glacier Peak fell to Lakeside in a non-league game.

Brynna Pukis scored 11 points, including three 3-pointers, for Glacier Peak (3-4).

Claire O’Connor scored a game-high 20 points for Lakeside (7-2).

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Kamiak 68, Cascade 24

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