Prep roundup for Saturday, Dec. 9

Prep results for Saturday, Dec. 9:

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



Meadowdale 62, Inglemoor 57

Tate Lynch collected 20 points, five rebounds, four assists and four 3-pointers for Meadowdale as the Mavs got past In Inglemoor in a non-league game.

Jaymon Wright finished with 15 points, six boards and five assists and Avery Pelote chipped in nine points as Meadowdale improved to 2-3.

Coupeville 58, Sultan 48

Toby Trichler provided 14 points but Sultan fell to non-league opponent Coupeville.

Riley Knapp had 11 points an JR Vargas pitched in 10 points as the Turks fell to 2-2.

Mountlake Terrace 70, Kentridge 37

Jaxon Dubiel poured in 31 points as the Hawks beat down Kentridge in a nonleague game at Highline Community College.

Mountlake Terrace improved to 3-0.

Lakewood 58, Stanwood 42

Ethan Greenland supplied 22 points as Lakewood beat Stanwood in a nonleague game.

Zach Stoddard chipped in 10 points for the Cougars (2-2), while John Floyd had a team-high 18 points for the Spartans (2-1).

Sehome 69, Mariner 32

Taholah 50, Tulalip Heritage 45

Evergreen Lutheran 43, Darrington 26

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Meadowdale 85, King’s 56

At King’s H.S.

Gia Powell recorded 20 points and Lexi Zardis added 18 points as Meadowdale beat King’s in a nonleague game.

The Mavericks (4-1) had four players score in double figures as Mia Brockmeyer and Kaiya Dotter chipped in 16 points and 12 points, respectively.

Kaleo Anderson scored a game-high 25 points for the Knights (2-3).

Monroe 59, Mariner 34

Aliyah Taylor produced a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds as Monroe routed Mariner in a nonleague contest.

Halle Keller scored 12 and Mya Mercille chipped in 11 points for the Bearcats (2-3).

The Marauders fell to 1-1.

Lakewood 54, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 31

Emma Tocco supplied nine points and seven rebounds and Frankee Powers contributed eight points, four steals and seven boards as Lakewood took down non-league opponent Cedar Park Christian.

Mj Morales and Alaina Jones chipped in eight points apiece for the Cougars (2-2).

Evergreen Lutheran 39, Darrington 33

Claire Wright scored 18 points for Darrington but Evergreen Lutheran took a narrow win over the Loggers in a nonleague game.

Hannah Rodmyre registered a game-high 19 points for the Eagles as Darrington dropped to 1-3.

Shorecrest 56, Lincoln (Seattle) 46

Kamiak 53, Lincoln (Tacoma) 50

Coupeville 33, Sultan 25

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A-Town Throwdown

At Arlington H.S.

Team scores (locals and winners): 1. Arlington (285), 5. Edmonds-Woodway (187), 8. Meadowdale (169), 10. Cascade (71).

Locals in finals: 113—Jude Haines (Edmonds-Woodway) dec. Jayden Vo (Spanaway) 15-10 138—Beau Gudde (Arlington) pinned Jordan Jopson (Anacortes); 144—Chase Deberry (Arlington) def. Syler Swain (Anacortes) 13-4; 157—Tre Haines (Arlington) def. Pavel Shintar (Bellingham) 11-3; 165—Dustin Baxter (Arlington) pinned Andrew Bell (Spanaway); 190—Holden Strande (Arlington) pinned Ethan Bazar (Oak Harbor).

Wilfong Classic

At Puyallup H.S.

Team scores (locals and winners): 8. Jackson (86).

Centralia Tiger Classic

At Centralia H.S.

Team scores (locals and winners): 4. Marysville Pilchuck (130.5).

Locals in finals: 144—Malakai Childress (Marysville Pilchuck) dec. Baharini Ali (Bainbridge) 13-9; 165—Milo Jones-Longstree (MP) def. Nickolas Near (Black Hills) 17-2.

Lake Stevens, Lynnnwood at Lake Washington, no score reported.

Shorecrest at Kentlake, no score reported.

Darrington at Spud Walley Invite at Sedro-Woolley H.S., no score reported.

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Everett Girls Wresting Tournament

At Everett H.S.

Team scores (winners and locals): 1. Everett (173), 2. Glacier Peak (158), 9. Lakewood (42), 12. Cedarcrest (29).

Locals in finals: 125—Hannah Hader (Glacier Peak) def. Lily Smith (Cedarcrest) 16-2; 130—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) def. Felicity Wright (Lakewood) 12-2.

Lake Stevens Valkyrie Invite

At Cavalero Mid-High School

Team scores (winners and locals): 2. Snohomish (111), 7. Lake Stevens (75), 10. Stanwood (68), 12. Shorewood (62.5), 13. Arlington (60).

Locals in finals: 155— Emily Ortiz Marquez pinned Isabella Crave (Shorewood).

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