MOUNT VERNON — The Stanwood volleyball team ran right smack into host Mount Vernon at the Mount Vernon volleyball tournament Saturday.

After taking an early lead, the Spartans couldn’t hang on.

Stanwood (2-0 league, 5-3 overall) lost to Mt. Vernon 19-25, 25-20, 15-10 in the gold bracket to finish in sixth place.

“It was a consistency issue,” Stanwood head coach Erik Titus said. “We didn’t put the ball in play much and they did.”

The victory allowed Mount Vernon to finish in fifth place.

Stanwood lost to Seattle’s Bishop Blanchet 25-19, 25-14 in the opening round of bracket play to set up the match with Mt. Vernon.

Meadowdale finished in 12th place after losing to Mountlake Terrace and La Conner in the silver bracket.

Oak Harbor finished in 16th place after placing fourth in the bronze bracket.

Neah Bay 3, Highland Christian 0: At Neah Bay, Highland Christian (2-0 league, 5-5 overall) couldn’t stay competetive with Neah Bay, losing 25-10, 25-12, 25-21 on the road. Neah Bay’s record was not recorded.

Bear Creek Tournament: At Redmond, Shoreline Christian went 1-3 to take third place at the Bear Creek Tournament Saturday. Evergreen Lutheran placed first, going 4-0, and Forest Ridge placed second.


4A District 1 qualification meet

at Kamiak Pool

1. Fiona Weeks (Kamiak) 331.20, 2. Sarah Clark (Marysville-Pilchuck) 319.90, 3. Liz Kuljis (Marysville-Pilchuck) 276.60, 4. M. Eastman (Marysville-Pilchuck) 271.95, 5. (first name not recorded) McIntyre (Shorewood) 222.70.

Girls soccer

Oak Harbor 2, Arlington 2 (OT): At Oak Harbor, Arlington scored two goals in the last six minutes to force overtime and an eventual Wesco North tie with Oak Harbor. Carson McKole scored both of Oak Harbor’s (1-9-1) goals. Arlington scored on a penalty kick and a corner kick. Goal keepers were not recorded.

Monroe 2, Snohomish 0: At Monroe, Kaitlyn Chesemore assisted on Kaylie Sowler and Alyssa Drew’s goals, and Dani Philippart recorded the shutout for Monroe (5-3-3) in the Wesco North match. Snohomish (4-6-0) started Cori Brown at keeper.

Marysville-Pilchuck 2, Stanwood 2: At Marysville, Tomahawk sophomore Melissa Kirk scored off a Mady Schoonover throw-in in the 79th minute to force overtime and an eventual tie with the Spartans in Wesco North action. Riley Henderson scored twice for Stanwood (4-3-3), an unassisted goal in the 2nd minute, and on a pass from Heather Skeels in the 17th. The Tommies (1-7-3) made it 2-1 in the 38th minute when Krista Riozzi knocked home a pass from Schoonover. Lauren Schoonover was M-P’s keeper and Haley Haugstad minded the nets for Stanwood.

King’s 5, Sultan 0: At Sultan, Christina McCormick scored three goals to lead King’s (9-1 overall) to a Cascade Conference win. Maddy McDevitt recorded the shutout for King’s and Kendal Thorenson and Kelsey Christianson each chipped in a goal. Christianson also added two assists. Sultan (0-11 overall) used Krystal Novak and Emily Dir in goal.

Boys soccer

North Sound Christain 7, Providence Classical Christian 2: At Mountlake Terrace, Tanner Mahler scored one goal and assisted on two goals by Daron Otis and a goal by Jeremy Waller to help lead North Sound to the Northwest 1B victory. Otis finished with three goals, and Daniel Riley and Jin Tae Kim each chipped in a goal. Providence Classical Christian was led by Eric Moisant and Oliver Thomas, who each scored one goal. Dallas ZanEss started in goal for North Sound, Providence Classical Christian’s keeper was not recorded. Providence Classical Christian fell to 2-1-1 in league and 4-2-1 overall. North Sound’s record was not recorded.

Cross country

Quincy Invite


Team scores— King’s 44, Quincy 52, Toppenish 59, Cashmere 60, Riverside Christian 142

At The Gorge Amphitheater

3.1 miles

King’s— 2. Brandon Dean 17:42.04, 8. Phillip Mach 18:40.32, 9. Harris “Hap” Emmons 18:45.42, 10. Nate Faubion 18:46.07, 24. Nick Lowe-Hale 19:52.53


Team scores— King’s 17, Highland 63, Quincy 77, Cashmere 80, Riverside Christian 88

At The Gorge Amphitheater

3.1 miles

King’s— 1. Olivia Thomas 19:58.97, 2. Adele Eslinger 20:47.29, 3. Morgan Hamm 20:53.83, 5. Makenzie Taylor 20:59.33, 6. Lauresa Smith 21:27.73.

Fort Worden Invite

At Fort Worden

(Port Townsend, WA)


3 miles

Mariner—19. Joshua Kiehl 16:21.59, 28. Brad John 16:50.55, 32. Wilman Sanchez 17:01.92, 44. Chris Venskus 17:49.00, 61. Joe Venskus 18:37.18.


3 miles

Mariner—27. Kathryn Campos 20:52.24, 46. Maria Dovgopolya 23:49.15, 49. Adrianne Dumadag 25:46.28, 50. Anastasia Shatzka 26:10.61, 52. Summer Smith 27:29.45.

Hoquiam Invite

At Hoquiam High School


5 kilometers

Meadowdale—10. Jon Hanson 16:54.88, 47. Andy Hu 18.19.80, 59. Chris Schultz 18:41.25.


5 kilometers

Meadowdale—31. Shelley Koehn 22:28.03, 69. Zoe Freese 24:43.62, 73. Lydia Bower 25:03.32, Breanna Fletcher 25:58.32.

Richland Invite


Carmichael Middle School playfield

(Richland, WA)

3 miles

Jackson— 8. Ben Lance 15:36, 14. Conner Frederickson 15:42, 15. Mitchell Briggs 15:42, 19. Sean Roe 15:54, 26. Ian Mcleod 16:01 Marysville-Pilchuck— 34. Ryan Lanphere 16:13, 121. Josh Laquian 17:12, 131. Eduardo Carranza 17:20, 136. Josh Rasmussen 17:22, 170. Stevie Utt 17:50. Mountlake Terrace—41. Michael Tran 16:18, 89. Michael O’Neill 16:55, 133. Robert Yarbrough 17:20, 140. Ben Miller 17:25, 167. Evan Nebel 17:46.


Carmichael Middle School playfield

(Richland, WA)

3 miles

Jackson— 4. Alison Ponce 18:37, 24. Juliette Becker 19:22, 29. Stephanie Houck 19:30, 36. Claire Wilson 19:42, 64. Jessica Le 20:15 Marysville-Pilchuck— 28. Lauren Ainsworth 19:29, 33. Kaylie Kimmell 19:36, 117. Zoe Gibson 21:13, 156. Tyler Wigington 22:22, 169. Jennifer Rosie 23:14 Mountlake Terrace— 41. Michael Tran 16:18, 89. Michael O’Neill 16:55, 133. Robert Yarbrough 17:20 140. Ben Miller 17:25, 167. Evan Nebel 17:46.

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