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Prep roundup for Saturday, Dec. 30

Prep results for Saturday, Dec. 30

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

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-league

Bremerton 60, Lake Stevens 51

Brody Pierpoint led Lake Stevens with 22 points and Javon McFerrin added 17 as Bremerton beat the Vikings in a nonleague game.

Jalen Davis poured in a game-high 38 points for Bremerton.

Lake Stevens fell to 3-6.

Stadium 67, Edmonds-Woodway 55

Grant Williams had 14 points while Julian Gray and Will Alseth each recorded nine points as Edmonds-Woodway fell to Stadium in a nonleague game.

Baaroc Rivers led the way for Stadium with a game-high 22 points as the Warriors dropped to 5-5.

Lower Merion 79, Everett 36

Isaiah White supplied 18 points and eight rebounds as Everett fell to Lower Merion in a nonleague game.

Cedarcrest 65, Anacortes 59

Shorewood vs. TBD, no score reported.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-league

Alameda (California) 57, Shorewood 50

Bridget Cox scored a team-high 14 points as Shorewood dropped a nonleague game to Alameda.

Vanessa Spadafora added nine points for the Stormrays (3-5).

Anacortes 46, Marysville Getchell 35

Fran’shay Wright led Marysville Getchell with 13 points as the Chargers fell to Anacortes in a nonleague game.

Marysville Getchell dropped to 3-7.

Squalicum 43, Stanwood 38

Stella Berrett finished with a team-high eight points for Stanwood as Squalicum edged by the Panthers in a nonleague game.

Eight different Stanwood (5-5) players scored.

Lynden 51, Snohomish 29

Squalicum 43, Stanwood 38

Cedar Park Christian 52, Lummi Nation 21

Overlake 43, Sultan 27

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