Winter prep sports roundup.

Prep roundup for Saturday, Dec. 3

Prep roundup for Saturday, Dec. 3:

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



Kamiak 59, Everett 58

EVERETT — Josiah Pierre hit a game-winning floater at the buzzer as Kamiak earned a thrilling non-league win over Everett.

Pierre finished with a game-high 25 points, and Elijah Pierre and Chance Loudenback each chipped in eight for Kamiak (1-1).

Isaiah White scored 18 points, Daniel Savovic had 15, Ty Bloomfield added 13 and Hayden Conaxis chipped in 10 for Everett (0-2), which overcame an 18 point first-half deficit to take the lead in the fourth quarter, but couldn’t hang on for the win.

Anacortes 70, Cedarcrest 58

ANACORTES — Jack Leblanc scored 27 points, including 12-of-15 from the free-throw line, but Cedarcrest suffered its first loss of the season to Anacortes.

Murphy Vliem had four points, seven rebounds and four assists, and Timmy Ojeda-Silva chipped in seven assists for Cedarcrest (1-1).

Davis Fogle scored 24 points for Anacortes (2-0).

Jackson 66, Mark Morris 62

MILL CREEK — Sylas Williams poured in 30 points to lead Jackson to a hard fought non-league win over Mark Morris.

Harris Kampe scored 12 points and Ty Hale chipped in eight for Jackson (2-0).

Kobe Parlin scored a team-high 25 points for Mark Morris (1-1).

Arlington 86, Camas 80

ARLINGTON — Silas Miller made eight 3-pointers and finished with a team-high 26 points to power Arlington to a non-league win over Camas.

Ty Rusko scored 16 points and Jayce Rzechula added 13 for Arlington (1-1).

Beckett Currie nailed seven 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 30 for Camas (0-1).

Cascade 66, Oak Harbor 57

EVERETT — Devin Gilbert scored 31 points, 21 of which came in the first half, to lead Cascade to a non-league win over Oak Harbor, the Bruins’ third straight to open the season.

Aidan Kopra scored 12 points and Javon Slaughter chipped in nine for Cascade (3-0).

Aliy’ia Giles scored a team-high 14 points for Oak Harbor (1-1).

Monroe 66, Cedar Park Christian 36

MONROE — Steve Kuhnle Jr. scored 28 points to help lead Monroe to a runaway non-league win over Cedar Park Christian in the first game of the season for the Bearcats.

Wyatt Prohn scored 12 points and Reid Schaeffer added nine for Monroe (1-0).

Denis Anischenko scored a team-high 13 points for Cedar Park Christian (1-2).

Lakewood 77, Coupeville 60

COUPEVILLE — Benjamin Rucker scored a game-high 23 points and Lydon added 14 as Lakewood earned a non-league win over Coupeville.

Zachary Stoddard had 13 points, and Dominic Smith, Evan Stacey and Quinton Steen chipped in nine each for a balanced Lakewood (1-2) offense.

Logan Downes scored a team-high 22 points for Coupeville (0-2).

Sultan 70, Cashmere 65

SULTAN — Eli Trichler scored 24 points and Toby Trichler added 20 as Sultan edged Cashmere in a non-league game.

Westin Galled added 12 points for Sultan (1-1).

Landon Baker scored a game-high 29 points for Cashmere (2-1).

Meadowdale 58, Sedro-Woolley 55

LYNNWOOD — Malik Robertson hit five 3-pointers and led four Mavericks in double figures with 17 points as Meadowdale edged the Cubs in a non-league game.

Henock Tsegay and Jaymon Wright each had 14 points and Devon Waldrop-Leathers 10 for the Mavericks (2-1), who knocked down 12 of 25 3-point attempts. Wright added eight assists and six rebounds.

Connor Cox led Sedro-Woolley (1-1) with 18 points and Ethan DeJong chipped in 12.

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Lynden Christian 73, King’s 55

Bellingham 72, Granite Falls 43

Redmond 46, Edmonds-Woodway 41

Mount Vernon 71, Mariner 54

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Arlington, Shorewood, Stanwood, Lynnwood, Snohomish, Glacier Peak, Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds-Woodway at Edmonds Woodway H.S., results not reported

Lynnwood, Sultan, Marysville Pilchuck, Kamiak, Lake Stevens, Shorecrest, Everett, Mariner at Mariner H.S., results not reported

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

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Monroe 82, Lincoln (Seattle) 55

SEATTLE — Adria Lincoln had 35 points, 22 rebounds and six assists to lead Monroe past Lincoln for its third straight win to start the season.

The monster game was the second 30-plus/20-plus effort of the season for Lincoln, who had school records of 43 points and 26 rebounds on Monday against Ingraham.

Halle Keller had 19 points, seven rebounds and eight assists, and Mya Mercille added 11 points and nine rebounds for Monroe (3-0).

Oak Harbor 49, Cascade 31

EVERETT — Claire Mitchell scored a team-high 10 points, but Cascade fell to Oak Harbor in a non-league game.

Austyn Davis scored nine points and Abby Aurowiec added six for Cascade (1-1).

Heidi Hurtado scored a game-high 18 points for Oak Harbor (1-1).

Bothell 54, Lynnwood 52

BOTHELL — Aniya Hooker scored 19 points and Kayla Lorenz added 15, but Lynnwood fell in a tight non-league contest with Bothell.

Teyan Clark scored nine points and Dina Yonas added seven for Lynnwood (0-1).

McKylee Hawkins poured in a game-high 26 points for Bothell (1-0).

Everett 43, Kamiak 27

EVERETT — Mae Washington scored 15 points and Alana Washington added 11 as Everett rolled past Kamiak in a non-league game.

Alan Washington made a trip of 3-pointers, Mae Washington made two 3-pointers, and Lanie Thompson added six points for Everett (1-2).

Bella Hasan scored 14 points, including three 3-pointers, and Nayella George added nine for Kamiak (1-2).

Lakewood 70, Coupeville 37

COUPEVILLE — Leiana Riveira scored 22 points, including five 3-pointers, and Emma Tocco added 15, including a trio of 3-pointers, as Lakewood rolled to a win over Coupeville.

Frankee Powers added 14 points for Lakewood (2-0).

Coupeville fell to 1-1 on the season.

King’s 49, Shorewood 45

SHORELINE — Shorewood’s Rylie Gettmann hit a deep 3-pointer with 2.8 seconds remaining to force overtime, but King’s outscored the Stormrays 9-5 in the extra period to earn the tough non-league win.

Kaleo Anderson and Ava Francisco each scored a game-high 17 points for King’s (2-0).

Kate Evans led Shorewood (0-1) with 14 points.

Woodinville 67, Stanwood 56

STANWOOD — Vivienne Berrett paced Stanwood with 17 points, but the Spartans fell in a tough non-league contest to defending-4A-state-champion Woodinville.

Grace Walker scored 13 points and Ellalee Wortham chipped in 10 for Stanwood (1-1).

Lyla Kahrimanovic scored a game-high 22 points for Woodinville (2-0).

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North Creek 63, Jackson 26

Camas 73, Archbishop Murphy 35

Mount Vernon 59, Mariner 56

Cashmere 62, Sultan 29

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