Prep roundup for Friday, Feb. 3

Prep roundup for Friday, Feb. 3:

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


Wesco 3A/2A

Mountlake Terrace 79, Cascade 38

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Jaxon Dubiel scored a team-high 29 points and Mountlake Terrace clinched the regular-season league title with a big win over Cascade.

Chris Meegan added 11 points for Mountlake Terrace (15-5, 13-2 Wesco 3A/2A), which finished tied with Arlington at the top of the league standings, but earned the title by virtue of a 67-50 win over the Eagles in their lone meeting on Dec. 30.

Aidan Kopra scored 12 points for Cascade, which finished its season with a 5-14 overall record and 2-13 in league play.

Meadowdale 51, Cedarcrest 43

DUVALL — Malik Robinson scored a team-high 22 points and Meadowdale closed on an 18-4 run in the final quarter to rally for a league win over Cedarcrest.

Jaymon Wright had 12 points and 11 rebounds, and David Janzen added nine points and 11 rebounds for Meadowdale (7-13, 3-12 Wesco 3A/2A), which trailed by six entering the final period before pulling out the win in its final game of the season.

Tillman Yowell scored a team-high 12 points and added nine rebounds, and Timmy Ojeda-Silva chipped in seven points and eight rebounds for Cedarcrest (9-10, 7-8).

Snohomish 67, Lynnwood 54

SNOHOMISH — Drew Davis had a double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds to help lead Snohomish to a league win over Lynnwood.

Amari Biggs scored 19 points and Jason Roth added 15 for Snohomish (9-11, 7-8 Wesco 3A/2A).

Cimaryus Sterling scored a team-high 13 points, Keegan Williams added 12 and Jordan Whittle chipped in eight for Lynnwood, which finished its season with a 7-13 overall record and 4-11 in league play.


Jackson 67, Arlington 61

ARLINGTON — Sylas Williams continued his dominant season with a team-high 26 points and Jackson held off Arlington in a non-league matchup of two of the area’s top teams.

Caden Sproul scored 15 points and Ty Hale added 14 for Jackson (15-3), which claimed a share of the Wesco 4A regular-season title earlier in the week.

Leyton Martin scored a team-high 19 points, David Zachman added 18 and Ty Rusko scored 17 for Arlington (16-4), which finished tied with Mountlake Terrace for first place in the Wesco 3A/2A standings, but will be the No. 2 seed in the 3A District 1 Tournament by virtue of a loss to the Hawks on Dec. 30.

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3A North Sub-Regional, Day 1

At Stanwood H.S.

Local quarterfinalists

106—Aiden Shipley (Monroe), Talan Rogers (Snohomish), Garrett Turner (Marysville Pilchuck), Soren Andersen (Stanwood), Dylan Turner (Marysville Pilchuck), Marc Hruschka (Stanwood); 113—William Carpenter (Monroe), Brady Holliday (Marysville Pilchuck), Ethan Atterbury (Monroe), Atheer Alwadi (Arlington), Aven Andersen (Stanwood), Robert Thorne (Everett), AJ Dorchak (Arlington); 120—Bryan Roodzant (Stanwood), Aiden Johnston (Marysville Pilchuck), Sam Tracy (Everett), Dillon Syria (Snohomish), Dolan Berdahl (Cascade); 126—Beau Gudde (Arlington), Javier San Nichol (Stanwood), Kane Odenius (Arlington), Miles Lamb (Snohomish); 132—Tyler Rhue (Stanwood), Elias Tracy (Everett), Malakai Childress (Marysville Pilchuck), Ethan Barnett (Arlington), Kaena Primacio (Monroe), Gunner Janes (Marysville Pilchuck), Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood); 138—Ayden Warden (Snohomish), Lane Ovenell (Stanwood), Tre Haines (Arlington), Isaac Bustamante (Monroe), Chase Deberry (Arlington); 145—Ashton Fulgenzi (Stanwood), Jack Mani (Arlington), Mason Fitzwater (Monroe), Ezra Steele (Marysville Getchell), Milo Jones-Longstreet (Marysville Pilchuck); 152—Dustin Baxter (Arlington), Hassan Al-Rubaie (Cascade), Apollo Lewis (Marysville Pilchuck), Carlos Garcia (Cascade), Eli Solheim (Everett), Daniel Vergara (Marysville Pilchuck); 160—Talon Carswell (Monroe), Heber George (Monroe), Cole Canell (Arlington), Dennis Alonso-Mendez (Snohomish), Joseph Davis (Marysville Pilchuck); 170—Ryder Bumgarner (Stanwood), Roderick Bernardo (Arlington), Juan M Ramirez (Cascade), Austin Greiner (Monroe); 182—Mason Ferguson (Stanwood), Edwin Duenas (Marysville Getchell), Carter Kinney (Stanwood), Holden Strande (Arlington), Jase Caveny (Everett), Jack Kelley (Snohomish); 195—Elijah Fleck (Stanwood), Jason Marshall (Snohomish), Owen Anthes (Stanwood), Austin Baalman (Snohomish), Charles Tallman (Marysville Pilchuck); 220—Connor King (Snohomish), David Ross (Snohomish), Hollis Bontrager (Everett), Isaiah Evans (Arlington), Aiden Markel (Marysville Pilchuck); 285—CJ Cortes (Snohomish), Narrinde Chana (Everett), Santiago Jimenez (Marysville Pilchuck), Daron Rainey (Cascade), Jonathan Farlow (Snohomish), Christia Tallman (Marysville Pilchuck), Evan Hartt (Everett)

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Wesco 3A/2A

Lynnwood 55, Snohomish 42

BOTHELL — Aniya Hooker scored a game-high 19 points to help lead Lynnwood to a league win over Snohomish.

Kayla Lorenz scored 16 points and Mataya Canda chipped in six on two 3-pointers for Lynnwood (14-5, 12-3 Wesco 3A/2A).

Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles scored a team-high 15 points and Jada Andresen chipped in nine for Snohomish (13-7, 10-5).

Meadowdale 70, Cedarcrest 20

LYNNWOOD — Jordan Leith led 10 Meadowdale scorers with 14 points and the Mavericks rolled to a league win over Cedarcrest.

Gia Powell scored 13 points, Mia Brockmeyer added 12 and Audrey Lucas chipped in eight for Meadowdale (15-5, 11-4 Wesco 3A/2A).

Cedacrest’s season ended with a 3-17 overall record and 1-14 in league play.

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Shorecrest 47, Edmonds-Woodway 31

Archbishop Murphy 64, Marysville Pilchuck 14

1A District 2 Tournament

First round (non-elimination)

Bush 35, Granite Falls 25

SEATTLE — Eighth-seeded Bush beat No. 9 Granite Falls in a non-elimination first-round game of the 1A District 2 Tournament.

Granite Falls (11-7) will face the loser of Saturday’s game between No. 10 University Prep vs. No. 2 Sultan next Thursday in an elimination game.

Bush (4-14) advanced to face top-seeded King’s in a non-elimination game on Saturday.

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4A/3A Sub-Regional

At Juanita H.S.

Winner and local team scores: 1. Mount Vernon 213, 2. Lake Stevens 212, 4. Glacier Peak 111, 6. Jackson 83, 9. Mariner 59, 12. Kamiak 44.

Finals involving local wrestlers

105—Rebecca Serati (Kamiak) dec. Kamryn Mason (Lake Stevens) 6-4; 110—Carolina Barajas (Mariner) dec. Anastasia Fiorini (Mariner) 6-5; 115—Tyra Wheless (Lake Stevens) dec. Parker Halgren (Mount Vernon) 3-2; 120—Malia Welch (Ferndale) pinned Michelle Flores (Jackson) :20; 125—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) pinned Leslie Escamilla Ibarr (Mount Vernon) 2:55; 130—Madisen Bowers (Lake Stevens) pinned Olivia Aylesworth (Lake Stevens) :16; 135—Rylee Northall (Jackson) maj. dec. Shannon Callahan (Newport) 12-4; 140—Emily Marquez-Ortiz (Jackson) pinned Terra Tate (Lake Stevens) 4:41; 155—Frances Porteous (Bellingham) pinned Dallas Kautz (Lake Stevens) 2:45.

3A Sub-Regional, Day 1

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Local semifinalists

100—Libby Norton (Shorewood), Araxi Crew (Arlington); 105—Finley Houck (Shorewood), Taylor Iversen (Marysville Pilchuck), Lucy Dalseg (Everett), Sierra Gonzales (Arlington); 110—Laela Ridgeway (Stanwood), Rebecca Rhodes (Shorecrest), Elyssa Cotton (Snohomish); 115—Kira Songer (Marysville Getchell), Marylyne Obare (Mountlake Terrace), Daniella Crew (Arlington), Fiona Blair (Shorewood); 120—Signe Cairus (Stanwood), Shannon Chang (Everett), Ka’mareah Pelote (Meadowdale), Sheryl Joy Hufford (Monroe); 125—Sienna Kuhn (Everett), Ellie Van Horn (Shorewood), Jennifer Reinoso (Edmonds-Woodway); 130—Hailey Latta (Arlington), Neela Lopez Hernandez (Mountlake Terrace), Grace Fitting (Edmonds-Woodway); 135—Juju Kilroy (Marysville Pilchuck), Abby Tveit (Shorewood), Shyla Weeks (Snohomish); 140—Raina Allen (Arlington), Chloe Cahan (Snohomish), Mariah Fulgenzi (Stanwood); 145—Jemyah Reed (Everett), Jay Ledezma (Snohomish); 155—Jillian Hradec (Snohomish), Kaitlen Bracken (Marysville Pilchuck), Cora Morgan (Shorewood), Madison McNeal-Martinis (Everett); 170—Kiana Yoshimura (Shorewood), Abbi Chishungu (Shorewood), Maricela Mendoza-Garcia (Everett), Elizabeth Williams-Bales (Arlington); 190—Alivia White (Marysville Pilchuck), Katie Wheeler (Arlington), Yolina Shrock (Marysville Pilchuck), Kaidden Williams (Arlington); 235—Janay Beckman (Arlington), Gabriela Valenzuala Carb (Marysville Pilchuck), Riley Ost (Stanwood), Mia Cienega (Everett).

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