Prep roundup for Saturday, Dec. 2

Prep results for Saturday, Dec. 2:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: Due to a technical difficulty, temporarily report results and statistics to zac.hereth@heraldnet.com)


4A state championship

At Husky Stadium

Lake Stevens 31, Graham-Kapowsin 6

SEATTLE — The Lake Stevens High School football team is a repeat state champion.

Kolton Matson threw four touchdown passes, and Lake Stevens got stronger as the game progressed as the Vikings defeated the Graham-Kapowsin Eagles 31-6 in the Class 4A state championship game Saturday night at Husky Stadium.

Graham-Kapowsin came in as the undefeated top seed. But Lake Stevens scored late in the first half on a 45-yard pass from Matson to Paul Varela to take a 17-6 lead into halftime. The Vikings then dominated the second half to break open what had been a competitive contest.

Jesse Lewis caught two touchdown passes for second-seeded Lake Stevens (13-1), which won its second straight state title, and also avenged its loss to Graham-Kapowsin in the 2021 state championship game.

Graham-Kapowsin ended its season 13-1.

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Monroe 59, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 20

BOTHELL — Wyatt Prohn knocked down six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 22 points, and the Bearcats cruised past the Eagles in a non-league game.

Caleb Campbell added eight points to a balanced effort that featured 11 different scorers for Monroe (1-0).

Joey Fuiten led Cedar Park Christian (0-3) with 11 points.

Kamiak 58, Clover Park 44

LAKEWOOD — Max Christensen led a balanced effort with 15 points and the Knights earned a non-league victory over the Timberwolves.

Daniel Schubert added nine points, Andrew Kim eight and Grady Rohrich six for Kamiak (2-0).

Clover Park dropped to 0-2.

Lincoln (Seattle) 55, Edmonds-Woodway 49

SEATTLE — The Warriors made a fourth-quarter push but couldn’t overcome a tough third quarter against the Lynx.

Gabe Cavalier scored 11 points, Julian Gray had 10 points and DJ Karl added nine points and five steals for Edmonds-Woodway (0-2).

Jesse Chatwin led Lincoln (2-1) with 20 points. The Lynx broke up open a tie at the half with a 24-9 advantage in the third quarter.

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Glacier Peak 66, Skyview 37

Lynden Christian 69, King’s 57

Arlington 73, Camas 68

Archbishop Murphy 59, Blaine 46

Marysville Getchell 57, Ferndale 40

Berwick College (Australia) at Tulalip Heritage, score not reported

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Edmonds-Woodway 60, Lincoln (Seattle) 37

SEATTLE — Natalie Durbin led nine Edmonds-Woodway scorers with 19 points as the Warriors earned a wire-to-wire non-league win over the Lynx.

Durbin added five rebounds and four assists. Indira Carey-Boxley had nine points and 10 rebounds and Finley Wichers and Sydney Stumpf chipped in six points apiece for Edmonds-Woodway (1-2).

Devon Nobil scored 13 points and Ellie Wickline 12 for Lincoln.

Lynnwood 59, Bothell 53

BOTHELL — Aniya Hooker netted 18 points, Kayla Lorenz scored 17 and the Royals topped the Cougars in a non-league matchup of state playoff hopefuls.

Teyah Clark added 13 points for Lynnwood (2-0). Hooker finished with eight assists and four steals, while Lorenz chipped in seven rebounds and three steals.

Charlotte Lipkin scored 21 points and McKylee Hawkins 16 for Bothell (1-1).

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Lewis and Clark 57, Glacier Peak 27

Ferndale 60, Mountlake Terrace 27

Woodinville 71, Everett 50

Monroe 68, Foster 30

Shorewood 62, Nathan Hale 2

King’s 61, Burlington-Edison 40

Cascade 55, Cleveland 42

Meadowdale 50, Lynden Christian 44

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Mariner Holiday Wrestling Tournament

At Mariner H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Blaine 187, 3. Lake Stevens 148, 4. Shorecrest 106, 6. Sultan 83, 7. Everett 77, 8. Archbishop Murphy 68.5, 10. Kamiak 57.5, 11. Mariner 57, 14. Lynnwood 35

Locals in finals: 106—TJ Barton (Lake Stevens) pinned Samuel Owen (Lake Stevens) 1:37; 113—Micah Arceo (Kamiak) dec. Isaac DeKriek (Mount Baker) 16-15; 120—Gavin Ketchum (Lake Stevens) dec. Cole Voigt (Blaine) 9-7; 126—Jonah Synn (Lake Washington) pinned Rafael De Leon (Lynnwood) 2:00; 132—Kaiju Fergerson (Shorecrest) pinned Bryson Barnes (Lake Stevens) 2:00; 150—Alex Hernandez (Sultan) pinned Samual Baldwin (Blaine) 1:02; 157—Daniel Washburn (Mount Baker) pinned Zakary Leduc (Lake Steven s) 1:59; 165—Peter Grimm (Shorecrest) def. Keegan Hirata (Fife) 9-4; 190—Katsuya Edge-Salois (Archbishop Murphy) pinned Saif Dahham (Nathan Hale) 1:53; 215—Elijah Veal (Sultan) dec. Blake Goltz (Blaine) 6-2; 285—Victor Gervol (Blaine) dec. Hakeim Smalls (Archbishop Murphy) 5-3.

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Marysville Getchell, Granite Falls at Bellingham H.S., scores not reported

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