Prep roundup for Friday, Jan. 27

Prep roundup for Friday, Jan. 27:

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


Wesco 4A

Jackson 63, Glacier Peak 49

MILL CREEK — Sylas Williams and Caden Sproul scored 16 points each and Jackson made key free throws down the stretch to beat Glacier Peak in a league game.

Trey Hawkins scored 10 points and Ryan McFerran chipped in eight for Jackson (13-3, 5-2 Wesco 4A).

Glacier Peak fell to 9-7 overall and 2-4 in league play.

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Mariner 82, Kamiak 67

Wesco 3A/2A

Monroe 61, Shorewood 47

MONROE — Hayden Creswell led nine Monroe scorers with 16 points and the Bearcats beat Monroe in a league game.

Steve Kuhnle Jr. scored 13 points, Ethan Hogan added 12 and Reid Schaeffer chipped in 11 for Monroe (14-3, 10-3 Wesco 3A/2A).

Jaden Messer scored 17 points, including five 3-pointers, and Nathan Daniel added 16 for Shorewood (9-9, 5-7).

Edmonds-Woodway 60, Meadowdale 47

LYNNWOOD — Drew Warner led four Edmonds-Woodway players in double-figures with 19 points and the Warriors jumped out to a big lead and rolled to a league win over Meadowdale.

Steven Warren scored 12 points, and Jens Simonsen and Gabriel Cavalier added 10 points each for Edmonds-Woodway (7-11, 4-9 Wesco 3A/2A), which led 21-5 after the first period en route to the victory.

Malik Robinson scored a team-high 17 points, David Janzen had eight points and nine rebounds, and Avery Pelote chipped in 10 points for Meadowdale (6-12, 2-11).

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Mountlake Terrace 73, Lynnwood 36

Stanwood 60, Archbishop Murphy 56

Shorecrest 66, Cascade 29


King’s 59, Lake Stevens 50

SHORELINE — Nick Linhardt scored 22 points and Cam Hiatt added 21 and King’s outscored Lake Stevens 21-12 in the fourth quarter to earn the non-league win.

Dylan Myers scored 11 points for King’s (13-5), the No. 6-ranked Class 2A team in the most recent Associated Press high school basketball poll.

Maddox Preder scored 19 points, Marshall Adams added 11 and Easton Gosser chipped in seven for Class 4A Lake Stevens (11-7).

Emerald Sound Conference

Sultan 74, Summit Sierra 64

SULTAN — Toby Trichler scored 31 points, his third straight 30-point game, to help power Sultan to a league win over Summit Sierra.

Eli Trichler scored 20 points, including five 3-pointers, and Matthew Agnew chipped in 10 for Sultan (15-2, 10-1 Emerald Sound).

Summit Sierra fell to 8-8 overall and 7-5 in league play.

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Bush 64, Granite Falls 57

Northwest 2B/1B

Mount Vernon Christian 63, Darrington 15

DARRINGTON — Logan Lamore scored a team-high six points, but Darrington (3-14, 0-5 Northwest 2B/1B) fell to powerful Mount Vernon Christian (14-5, 5-0) in a league game.

Northwest 1B

Cedar Park Christian (Lynnwood) at Fellowship Christian, score not reported

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Marysville Pilchuck 77, Marysville Getchell 6

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

195—Charles Tallman (MP) pinned Caiden Kellenburg 2:45; 220—Drew Pirone (MP) pinned Abraham Casteneda 4:26; 285—Aiden Markel (MP) pinned Jaden Phillips 1:27; 106—Dylan Turner (MP) won by forfeit; 113—Javohn Henry (MP) pinned Jacob Turner 1:16; 120—Aiden Johnston (MP) won by forfeit; 126—Donte Luong (MP) won by forfeit; 132—Malakai Childress (MP) pinned James Murillo (1:44; 138—Leeto Perez (MP) won by forfeit; 145—Milo Jones-Longstreet (MP) tech. fall Ezra Steele 16-0; 152—Apollo Lewis (MP) pinned Jaysic Homchampa 2:18; 160—Joseph Davis (MP) pinned Kristian Salcedo :26; 170—Jaydan Goetz (MP) pinned Devin McGraven :51; 182—Edwin Duenas (MG) pinned Donny Faulkner 3:12.

Shorecrest 39, Shorewood 33

At Shorewood H.S.

182—Alberto Solano (SW) won by forfeit; 195—Carter Nichols (SC) pinned Matt Burns 3:31; 220—Hunter Tibodeau (SW) pinned Mateo Dominguez 1:10; 285—Milan Johnson (SW) pinned Evan Claar 1:28; 106—Double forfeit; 113—Neta Navot (SC) won by forfeit; 120—Owen Mulder (SW) pinned Micah Fergerson 2:51; 126—Joseph Martinez (SC) won by forfeit; 132—Masa Taura (SW) pinned Kaiju Fergerson 3:36; 138—Kenneth Adams (SC) pinned Mitchell Ichinkhorloo 2:40; 145—Shammy King Jr. (SC) pinned Jonathan Burkholder 2:32; 152—Peter Grimm (SC) maj. dec. Isaac Van Horn 8-0; 160—Mak Kanzler (SW) dec. Shokan Conway-Yasuyama 7-0; 170—Max Rutledge (SC) tech. fall Nathaniel Hernandez 17-1.

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Edmonds-Woodway at Chief Sealth, results not reported

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Wesco 4A

Kamiak 63, Mariner 43

MUKILTEO — Bella Hasan scored a team-high 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to help lead Kamiak to a league win over Mariner.

Vivian Mawudeku scored 16 points, Nayella George added seven and Brooklyn Huguenin chipped in six for Kamiak (8-11, 5-2 Wesco 4A), which made nine 3-pointers in the game.

Kyairra Roussin scored a team-high 17 points and Danaysia Cain chipped in nine for Mariner (4-13, 0-6).

Wesco 3A/2A

Arlington 61, Everett 50

ARLINGTON — Jenna Villa scored 28 points, including five 3-pointers, and Arlington clamped down on defense in the second and third quarters to beat Everett and remained undefeated in league play.

Rachel Snow scored nine points and Jersey Walker chipped in five for Arlington (15-2, 13-0 Wesco 3A/2A), which outscored the Seagulls 28-14 in the middle quarters to pull away.

Mylie Wugumgeg and Mae Washington scored 17 points each, and Alana Washington chipped in eight for Everett (12-6, 10-3).

Meadowdale 71, Edmonds-Woodway 40

LYNNWOOD — Gia Powell led a balanced Meadowdale offense with 19 points and the Mavericks cruised to a league win over Edmonds-Woodway.

Audrey Lucas, Samantha Medina, Ava Powell and Natalie Durbin all had eight points each for Meadowdale (13-5, 9-4 Wesco 3A/2A).

Halle Waram scored 14 points and Indira Carey-Boxley chipped in seven for Edmonds-Woodway (4-14, 2-11).

Stanwood 65, Archbishop Murphy 58

STANWOOD — Vivienne Berrett poured in 27 points to help lead Stanwood to a league win over Archbishop Murphy.

Ellalee Wortham scored 12 point and Tatum Brager added eight for Stanwood (15-3, 11-2 Wesco 3A/2A), which bounced back from a loss to rival Arlington.

Brooke Blachly scored a team-high 22 points, including six 3-pointers, and Kayla Hoofkin added 13 for Archbishop Murphy (9-9, 6-7).

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Marysville Getchell 53, Marysville Pilchuck 19

Emerald Sound Conference

Sultan 46, Cedar Park Christian 42

SULTAN — Taylor Cushing scored a team-high 13 points and Sultan edged Cedar Park Christian in a back-and-forth league game.

Cascadia Yates scored 12 points and Ranah Rylah added 11 for Sultan (10-8, 8-3 Emerald Sound).

Olivia Decker scored 16 points and Morgein Perrigoue added 15 for Cedar Park Christian (9-9, 7-5).

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King’s 53, South Whidbey 33

Granite Falls 41, Northwest 24

Northwest 2B/1B

Mount Vernon Christian 65, Darrington 17

DARRINGTON — Ten different Mount Vernon Christian players scored as the Hurricanes handed the Loggers a loss in Northwest 2B/1B play.

Caitlin VanderKooy led Mount Vernon Christian (17-2, 5-0 league) with 15 points.

Clarie Wright had five points to pace Darrington (8-7, 0-5).

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