Prep roundup for Friday, Dec. 29

Prep roundup for Friday, Dec. 29:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: Report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com. Please report results by 10:30 p.m.)



Sultan 52, Bellevue Christian 50 (OT)

The Turks rallied back from an 11-point deficit to top Bellevue Christian in a nonleague game.

Eli Trichler scored 15 points, including a go-ahead trey in the final seconds of overtime, while Toby Trichler produced 14 points, 11 rebounds and six steals.

Zuhayr Khan add 11 points as Sultan improved to 5-3.

Jackson 68, Kennedy Catholic 48

Trey Hawkins registered 18 points as the Timberwolves bested Kennedy Catholic in a non-league game.

Ryan McFerran added 16 points and Colby Cooke pitched in 10.

Marysville Getchell 73, Bellingham 51

Shawn Etheridge supplied 21 points, five assists and five steals as the Chargers downed Bellingham in a nonleague game.

Bubba Palacol and Mariano Palacol added 19 points apiece, while Bubba chipped in five boards, two steals and three assists.

Getchell improved to 8-2.

Lynden Christian 66, Mountlake Terrace 64

Stanwood vs. Bishop Gorman (Nevada) at Rancho Mirage H.S., no score reported.

Kamiak vs. Corona Del Mar High School (California) at Palm Springs H.S., no score reported.

Bothell 81, Arlington 72

White River 93, Cedarcrest 63

Selah 63, Lakewood 57

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Stanwood 56, Friday Harbor 10

Mylee LaComb scored a game-high 11 points as Stanwood routed Friday Harbor in a non-league game.

Presley Harris and Stella Berrett chipped in eight points apiece as 10 different Spartans scored.

Stanwood improved to 5-4.

Snohomish 52, Lynden Christian 43

Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles led Snohomish with 14 points as the Panthers notched their sixth straight win in a nonleague game.

Kendall Hammer and Cora Larson added nine points each, while Catherine Greene had eight for Snohomish (6-3).

Kamiak 81, Lynnwood 67

Bella Hasan dropped 28 points as Kamiak took down Lynnwood in a non-league Wesco crossover.

Zia-Daye Anderson added 20 points as the Knights improved to 6-4.

Aniya Hooker led the Royals (7-4) with 24 points, Teyah Clark added 13.

Marysville Getchell 33, Bellingham 28

Emme Witter scored 14 points for Marysville Getchell as the Chargers beat the Bayhawks in a non-league game.

Fran’shay Wright chipped in eight points as Getchell improved to 3-6.

Seattle Prep 63, Glacier Peak 62

Jackson 53, East Valley (Yakima) 52

Everett 56, West Seattle 42

Marysville Getchell 33, Bellingham 28

Bellevue Christian 67, Sultan 20

Arlington vs. King’s at Glacier Peak H.S., no score reported.

Anacortes 60, Marysville Pilchuck 10

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