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LANGLEY — South Whidbey bounced back from a loss to Sultan to defeat Cedarcrest 71-55 Saturday and earn a spot in the 2A Distirct 1 playoffs.

Cedarcrest established a 17-11 lead at the end of the first quarter behind Cameron Padron’s eight points.

“It kind of took us a while to get going,” South Whidbey coach Scott Collins said.

South Whidbey bounced back in the second quarter, outscoring Cedarcrest 27-10. The Falcons finished the half on an 8-0 run in the final 15 seconds.

South Whidbey sophomore Riley Newman led all scores with 23 points. Newman was 6-for-6 from the free-throw line and made three 3-pointers.

The win gives South Whidbey its second consecutive winning season. Before last season South Whidbey had not had a winning season since 1992.

At South Whidbey H.S.


S. Whidbey11271518—71

Cedarcrest—Rekers 5, McRae 0, Campbell 11, Hintzke 0, Corpus 3, Alness 2, Hammontree 2, Padron 17, McKinney 10, Cook 3, Fletcher 0, Duffy 2. South Whidbey—Stallman 14, Carey 5, Thornley 8, Newman 23, Cortes 2, Brasko 12, West 0, Erikson 6, Goodman 0, Bennett 1, Russell 0. 3-point goals—Newman 3, Erikson 1, Stallman 1, Rekers 1, Campbell 2, Cook 1. Records—Cedarcrest 3-8 league, 3-12 overall. South Whidbey 6-4, 11-5.

Darrington 63, Orcas Island 49: At Eastsound, Mike Parris scored 14 points and posted a double-double with 15 rebounds to lead Darrington to the Northwest 1A/2B League win.

At Orcas Island H.S.



Darrington—Parris 14, Nash 10, Hoveskeland 15, Gillette 4, Cousins 4, Buchanan 12, Carter 2, Sefton 2. Orcas Island—Nigretto 10, Blakenship 4, Wooding 18, Diepenbrock 2, Bredouw 2, Shaw 4, Janssen 3, Coe 2, Doherty 1, Leidecker 3. 3-point goals—Hoveskeland 1, Nash 1, Leidecker 1. Records—Darrington 8-2 league, 13-3 overall. Orcas Island 1-8, 3-11.

Friday Harbor 43, Shoreline Christian 40: At Shoreline, Austin Sandifer scored 12 points to lead the Wolverines to a Northwest 1A/2B League victory. Andrew Deelstra led all Crusaders with 12 points.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

Fri. Harbor8111014—43

Shoreline Chr.1071112—40

Friday Harbor—Ausilo 9, A. Sandifer 12, M Sandifer 3, Ukra 6, Strasser 1, Howard 3, Nash 9. Shoreline Christian— Vermeer 9, Drollinger 7, Jacobs 0, Ryder 0, Brown 8, Hudson 2, Danhof 2, Deelstra 12. 3-point goals—Drollinger, Sandifer. Records—Friday Harbor 7-2 league, 10-5 overall. Shoreline Christian 4-6, 6-10.

North Sound Christian 70, Lopez Island 55: At Mountlake Terrace, Daron Otis hit all six of his 3’s on six consecutive possesions and had 25 points to lead North Sound Christian to the Northwest 1B League win.

At North Sound Christian H.S.


N. Sound14211421—70

Lopez Island—Peralta 4, K. Jardine 3, Carson 10, Drahn 0, Haber 0, Dengler 9, Buffum 13, Samuel 13, Nopson 1. North Sound Christian—Otis 25, Waller 18, Watson 8, Johnson 0, Hudson 4, Mahler 9, Patterson 0, Hansen 0, Vaughn 2, Martinez 2, Reidt 2. 3-point goals—Otis 6, Waller 2, Mahler, Buffum 1 . Records—North Sound Christian 8-6 league, 9-10 overall. Lopez Island 3-11, 4-13.

Girls basketball

South Whidbey 57, Cedarcrest 55: At Duvall, South Whidbey’s Lindsey Newman led all scorers with 24 points in the Cascade Conference game.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

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South Whidbey—Peterson 2, O’Sullivan 6, Prosch 7, Manca 9, Alber 6, Newman 24, T. Pope 3, Calderwood 0. Cedarcrest—Chapman 2, Kevin 7, Houser 15, O’Donnell 10, Taylor 3, Richter 1, Den-Hartog 17, Paquette 0. 3-point goals—O’Sullivan 2, Prosch 1, Alber 2, T. Pope 1, Houser 2, O’Donnell 2, Taylor 1. Records—South Whidbey 5-5 league, 7-8 overall. Cedarcrest 8-3, 12-5.

Archbishop Murphy 62, Cascade 30: At Everett, Archbishop Murphy outscored Cascade 19-2 in the third quarter of its 32-point non-league victory.

At Cascade H.S.



Archbishop Murphy—Rasmussen 2, Lyman 5, Bartholomew 5, Pettinger 9, Fletcher 6, Shober 12, Anderson 6, Smith 6, Carlson 11. Cascade—Devan Love 2, Danielle Love 5, Gross 4, Gordon 5, Dorcas 4, Nelson 10, Joyce 0. 3-point goals—Lyman 1, Bartholomew 1, Pettinger 1, Smith 2, Gordan 1. Records—Archbishop Murphy 16-0 overall. Cascade 7-11.

Shoreline Christian 48, Friday Harbor 40: At Shoreline, Shoreline Christian’s Angela DeKoekkoek led all scorers with 30 points. She shot 12-for-16 and had 10 rebounds in the Northwest 1A/2B League victory.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

Fri. Harbor1010146—40

Shoreline Chr.7121217—48

Friday Harbor—Taylor 21, Nash 0, Turnbull 2, Short 3, Jangard 4, Andersen 0, Barnes 10. Shoreline Christian—Anderson 2, Hoskin 0, Daigneault 12, DeKoekkoek 30, Schneider 0, van der Giessen 0, Ott 2, Richards 2. 3-point goals—Daigneault 1, Short 1. Records—Friday Harbor 1-8 league, 2-12 overall. Shoreline Christian 4-6, 8-10.

Orcas Island 42, Darrington 34: At Eastsound, Orcas Island used a trapping defense to outscore Darrington 14-2 in the second quarter of the Northwest 1A/2B League game. With the win, Orcas clinched a spot in the 2B tri-district tournament.

At Orcas Island H.S.



Darrington—Fanning 1, Gentry 0, H. Wales 8, Cousins 10, R. Wales 6, Baker 5, Pugh 4, Brooks 0. Orcas Island—Padbury 11, Shaw 12, O’Toole 2, Smith 0, Diepenbrock 7, A. Thomas 8, Harris 2, Hofmann 0, Parnell 0. 3-point goals—H. Wales 1, Cousins 2, Baker 1. Records—Darrington 5-5 league, 11-6 overall. Orcas Island 7-4, 8-6.

North Sound Christian 42, Lopez Island 31: At Mountlake Terrace, Lopez Island’s Sarah Speck hit six 3’s in the Northwest 1B League game, but it wasn’t enough to get past North Sound Christian, which was lead by Hannah Reymore with 13 points and 10 steals.

At North Sound Christian H.S.


N. Sound1614102—42

Lopez Island— Schober 5, Dalton 6, Stanley 18, Ogden 0, Burson 0, Rain 0, DeGraaf 2, Steinbrueck 0, Crawford 0. North Sound Christian—Reymore 13, Jenness 2, M. Castor 10, Oakland 9, Speck 3, Washio 2, Meeks 3, Vaughn 0, J. Castor 0. 3-point goals—Stanley 6, Schober 1, M. Castor 1, Reymore 1. Records—North Sound Christian 8-6 league, 10-8 overall. Lopez Island 1-13, 1-16.

Boys wrestling

2B sub-regional meet: At Concrete, 13 local wrestlers qualified for next Saturday’s Region I meet at Elma High School. Eleven of the 13 were from Darrington, which placed third in the sub-regional. Tulalip Heritage’s Demitri Robinson (125 pounds) was the only local wrestler to score a first-place finish.

At Concrete H.S.

Team scores—Concrete 230, Tacoma Baptist 208, Darrington 154.5, La Conner 88, Tulalip Heritage 20, Highland Christian 18, Chief Leschi 15.

Regional qualifiers


112—Thomas (Con) pinned Forrest (Dar) 2:53; 119—Loughnan (Dar) pinned Brooks (Dar) 1:05; 125—Robinson (TH) def. Fenstermaker (Dar) 8-2; 135—Denis (TB) def. Bryson (Dar) 4-1; 140—Paxton (Con) maj. dec. McMillon (Dar) 15-5; 152—Rice (Con) pinned Palmer (Dar) 0:59; 171—Anderson (Con) pinned Huber (HC) 3:22; 285—Palmquist (TB) def. Hyde (Dar) 10-3.


135—Stumpf (Dar) def. Narlock (TB) 0:43; 160—Groh (Dar) def. Peters (TB) 8-6; 285—Peth (LaC) def. Regelbrugee (Dar) 3-1.

Girls bowling

3A/2A state meet: At University Place, Everett High School finished seventh at the 3A/2A state girls bowling meet Saturday. West Valley of Yakima won the team championship.

Girls wrestling

Sub-regional 2: At Kirkland, seven Lakewood wrestlers qualified for the Region I meet, leading the Cougars to the team championship Friday at Juanita High School. Four Cougars won sub-regional championships. Amanda Gregory took first at 112 pounds with a decision. Keely Caldwell won with a pin at 130. Christina Ordonez won with a pin at 152. And Autumn Novak received a forfeit at 160. Three other Lakewood girls advanced. Tasha Postlewait was second at 135. Chelsea Favro was third at 140. And Haley Favro was fourth at 125. The Region I meet is scheduled for Feb. 14 at Liberty High School.

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