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SNOHOMISH — The Snohomish wrestling team came out of the gates hot, winning its first three matches, and finishing with four pins overall to defeat Everett 46-22 in a battle of one-loss Wesco North teams.

“We knew that Everett was going to come in and wrestle tough,” Panthers head coach Rob Zabel said. “Everett’s kids are pretty unifrom in the technique that they exhibit, and are fundamentally sound.”

With the victory, Snohomish improved to 2-0 in league and 5-1 overall. Everett fell to 0-2 in conference and 3-2 overall.

“For the most part, I was pleased with the way our kids wrestled,” Zabel said. “I was pleased with the win, but there is room for improvement.”

The closest bout of the night came in the 215-pound class between Everett’s Alec Bird and Derek Britton of Snohomish. Bird escaped a Britton hold to score reversal points and take the 2-1 victory in the third period.

“That match could have gone either way,” Zabel said, referring to the low score and toughness that both wrestlers showed.

In the 125-pound bout, Anthony Lucero defeated Deylen Machado 10-7 in a closely-contested matchup. Machado has been a bright spot for Snohomish’s wrestling team according to Zabel, who said: “I was really pleased with the way Deylen wrestled, and he has really stepped up and filled a hole for us.”

Next on the schedule for Snohomish is Lake Stevens, and Zabel said “We need our ‘A’ game, we need our best effort. Its going to be a great test for our program.”

At Snohomish H.S.

103—Bates-Mundell (S) decision Simonelli, 5-0; 112—Lucey (S) won by forfeit; 119—Kalmey (S) maj. decision Bearer, 12-3; 125—Lucero (E) decision Machado, 10-7; 130—Anderson (E) pinned Mitchell, 2:51; 135—Ottow (S) pinned Dutton, 1:51; 140—J. Mitchell (S) won by forfeit; 145—Perry (S) pinned Paeth, 3:28; 152—Morrill (S) pinned Jess, 5:00; 160—Irwin (E) pinned Dellino, 5:38; 171—Boyce (E) maj. decision Morrill, 10-0; 189—Caraballo (S) decision Lopez, 7-0; 215—Bird (E) decision Britton, 2-1; 285—Maybin (S) pinned Snow, 2:48. Records—Snohomish 2-0 conference, 5-1 overall. Everett 0-2, 3-2.

Lake Stevens 78, Cascade 0: At Lake Stevens, Steven Walkley secured a 13-8 decision in the 135-pound bout to help Lake Stevens to the Wesco North victory.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

160—G. King (LS) pinned Amad, 1:32; 171—Welch (LS) pinned Saunders, 1:01; 189—LeHuquet (LS) pinned Marks, 2:39; 215—Grow (LS) pinned Remming, 1:40; 285—Tuber (LS) dec. St. Marie, 4-1; 103—J. Alewine (LS) won by forfeit; 112—R. Rodorigo (LS) won by forfeit; 119—Henizer (LS) pinned Larson, :53; 125—S. Anderson (LS) pinned Duncan, 5:07; 130—Stillwell (LS) pinned Loehr, :09; 135—Walkley (LS) dec. L. Duncan, 13-8; 140—B. Alewine (LS) pinned Levine, :59; 145—A. King (LS) pinned Ho, 3:53; 152—J. Anderson (LS) Hjort, 1:50. Records—Cascade 0-1 in league, 2-2 overall. Lake Stevens 2-0, 4-0.

Arlington 45, Oak Harbor 25: At Oak Harbor, Arlington scored five pins in less than two minutes to secure the Wesco North victory and keep the Eagles undefeated.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

215—Kratzer (A) pinned Green, 1:09; 285—Dickerson (A) won by forfeit; 103—Strickland (OH) won by forfeit; 112—Trimbur (OH) pinned Reandeau, 4:03; 119—Cardwell (OH) decision Goheen, 8-5; 125—Zimmerman (OH) maj. decision Amundson 21-8; 130—C. Berg (A) pinned Barton 1:56; 135—S. Berg (A) decision Stratton 5-1; 140—Shortt (A) pinned Tuttle 1:45; 145—Ward (A) pinned Paige 1:26; 152—Tyson (OH) decision McPherson 11-5; 160—Myers (A) pinned Magana 1:21; 171—Loescher (OH) decision Henderson 8-6; 189—Mani (A) pinned Lundstrom 3:15. Records— Oak Harbor 0-2 in league, 1-4 overall. Arlington 3-0, 5-0.

Marysville-Pilchuck at Stanwood rescheduled: Wednesday’s Wesco North meet between Marysville-Pilchuck and Stanwood was rescheduled because of adverse weather conditions. The Tommies (1-0 in league, 3-1 overall) travel to face the Spartans (0-1, 1-3) at 7 p.m. on Monday.


Meadowdale 52, Shorecrest 32: At Lynnwood, Meadowdale led 34-27 at the end of the third quarter, and the Mavericks went on a 13-0 run to start the final period and seal the Wesco South victory. Meadowdale’s Hanna Fjortoft led all scorers with 20 points, including four 3-pointers. Shorecrest was led by Ashley Hagood’s 16 points.

At Meadowdale H.S.



Shorecrest—Axelson 1, Schrote 2, Grubaugh, Tseng 6, Gleesener, Hagood 16, Molina, Towles 2, Richards, Uppinghouse 4, Matheson 1. Meadowdale—Zickefoose 2, J. Fjortoft 2, Barhoum 2, H. Fjortoft 20, Molitor 5, Beyer 4, M. O’Neill 2, Horn 5, Nugent 5, Helber, Lillquist, C. O’Neill 5. 3-point goals—Hagood 2, H. Fjortoft 4, C. O’Neill 1. Records—Shorecrest 0-5 league, 1-6 overall. Meadowdale 5-0, 6-1.

Mountlake Terrace 62, Mariner 30: At Mountlake Terrace, guards Teryn Bouche (18 points), Corinne Pingul (15 points) and Mindy James (14 points) accounted for 47 of Mountlake Terrace’s 62 points in the Hawks’ Wesco South win. Kori Seidlitz added four points and nine rebounds for the Hawks. Mariner was led by Brittney Todhunter who led the Marauders with 10 points.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.



Mariner—Grant 4, Laush 0, Anderson 4, Varde 8, Leach 0, Todhunter 10, Smith 2, Wilson 2, Wallin 0. Mountlake Terrace—Chikoore 6, Seidlitz 4, Pingul 15, James 14, Bouche 18, Berry 2, Staley 2, Shook 1. 3-point goals—Todhunter 1, Pingul 1, James 2, Bouche 1. Records—Mariner 1-5 league, 2-6 overall. Mountlake Terrace 1-4, 1-6.

Jackson 56, Lynnwood 43: At Mill Creek, Jackson jumped out to a 20-6 lead after the first quarter and held Lynnwood off the rest of the way to defeat the Royals in the Wesco South contest. Erin Feeney led all scorers with 16 points, and Kristin Stoffel and Leigh-Ann Haataja had 12 and 11 points respectively for the Timberwolves. Kari Hella finished with 12 points to lead Lynnwood.

At Jackson H.S.



Lynnwood—Horton 0, Cross 5, Hella 12, Hill 9, Evans 4, Fajemisin 9, Parker 1, Eddy 3, Coates 0. Jackson—Coacher 1, Sam 6, Feeney 16, K. McArthur 0, M. McArthur 3, Johnson 0, Bylsma 2, Guzman 5, King 0, Stoffel 12, Haataja 11. 3-point goals—Feeney 1, M. McArthur 1, Cross 1, Hella 2. Records—Lynnwood 3-2 league, 3-4 overall. Jackson 3-2, 5-2.

Glacier Peak 48, Shorewood 33: At Shoreline, Marjorie Heard led all scorers with 14 points and teammate Olivia VanDlac added nine points to help lead Glacier Peak to the Wesco South win. Shorewood was led by the 12 points of senior guard Becky Farden.

At Shorewood H.S.

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Glacier Peak—Granger 2, Hawkins 6, Smith 6, Rasmussen 0, Lawrence 1, Hill 3, VanDlac 9, Freitas 5, Gillie 2, Heard 14. Shorewood—Echert 6, Bridges 0, Hasegawa 0, Farden 12, Lundquist 4, Nephew 8, Clark 2, England 0, Holley 1. 3-point goals—VanDlac 1, Freitas 1, Farden 2. Records—Glacier Peak 3-2 league, 4-3 overall. Shorewood 1-3, 2-4.

Archbishop Murphy 49, King’s 25: At Shoreline, Sam Pettinger had a game-high 15 points to lead Archbishop Murphy to the Cascade Conference victory. Makenzie Tayler led King’s with six points.

At King’s H.S.



Archbishop Murphy—Rasmussen 6, Lyman 9, Bartholomew, Pettinger 15, Fletcher 4, Shober 2, Anderson 2, Smith 11, Carlson. King’s—Taylor 6, McCormick, Kleffner, D. Kirton 5, Wood 2, Friar 5, Storkson, J. Kirton, Cutright 5, McConnaughey 2. 3-point goals—Lyman 1, Smith 1, Tayler 2, Friar 1, Cutright 1. Records—Archbishop Murphy 1-0 league, 6-0 overall. King’s 0-2, 4-4.


Archbishop Murphy 45, King’s 43: At Shoreline, It came down to the wire and Archbishop Murphy made their free throws in the end for the Cascade Conference victory. In the final period, the Wildcats made 6-of-8 attempts from the line to edge King’s. King’s was led by Nick Hardy’s 12 points.

At King’s H.S.



Archbishop Murphy—Smith 3, Felder 9, Woolman-Otis 6, Wagner, Fleming 9, Melton 8, McCann 4, Hards 0, Quinlan 6. King’s—Berg 0, Hardy 12, Brugger 5, Kitchens 2, McDonald 0, Hoff, Clauson, Talbot 6, Mar 9, Clocksin 9. 3-point goals—Hardy 4, Mar 1, Smith 1, Woolman-Otis 2, Fleming 1. Records—Archbishop Murphy 1-0 league, 3-3 overall. King’s 1-1, 5-3.

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