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Prep roundup for Saturday, Feb. 10

Prep roundup for Saturday, Feb. 10:

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

BOYS BASKETBALL

1A District 2 Tournament

Semifinals (winner to state)

King’s 70, Sultan 57

Consolation bracket (loser out)

Eastside Prep 45, Granite Falls 34

1B Tri-District 1/2/3 Tournament

First round (loser out)

Tulalip Heritage 75, Concordia Christian Academy 38

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

4A Bi-District 1/2 Tournament

Quarterfinals

Lake Stevens 71, Glacier Peak 34

LAKE STEVENS — Noelani Tupua poured in a game-high 23 points and the second-seeded Vikings went on a 45-4 run en route to a victory over the 10th-seeded Grizzlies in the quarterfinals of the Class 4A bi-district 1/2 tournament.

Nisa Ellis had 11 points, Tessa Anastasi added and Kamryn Wenz and Griffyn Eyman chipped in eight apiece for Lake Stevens (17-2). The Vikings advance to host third-seeded Bothell in a winner-to-state semifinal contest 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Rikki Miller scored nine points and Zoey Ritter added eight for Glacier Peak (6-17). The Grizzlies will travel to face fifth-seeded Newport in a loser-out consolation bracket game 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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Eastlake 67, Jackson 24

Woodinville 84, Kamiak 41

3A District 1 Tournament

Quarterfinals

Snohomish 40, Monroe 28

SNOHOMISH — Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles registered a game-high 20 points and the third-seeded Panthers used a strong defensive effort to top the 11th-seeded Bearcats in the 3A District 1 tournament quarterfinals.

Siena Capelli and Addy Gallatin added eight points apiece for Snohomish (15-5), which held Monroe to single digits in all four quarters. The Panthers advance to face No. 2 Meadowdale in a winner-to-state seminal game 5 p.m. Wednesday at Marysville Pilchuck High School.

Cascadia Yates netted 10 points and Halle Keller chipped in six for Monroe (11-11). The Bearcats will travel to face 10th-seeded Stanwood in a loser-out consolation bracket game 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Arlington 56, Shorecrest 30

ARLINGTON — Addi Green’s 13 points led all scorers and the top-seeded Eagles locked down on defense to beat the eighth-seeded Scots in the 3A District 1 tournament quarterfinals.

Samara Morrow and Katie Snow added 11 points apiece for Arlington (19-2), which allowed just six first-half points. The Eagles advance to face No. 4 Lynnwood in a winner-to-state seminal game 7 p.m. Wednesday at Marysville Pilchuck High School.

Naima Preudhomme scored nine points and Anna Usitalo chipped in eight for Shorecrest (15-7). The Scots will travel to face No. 5 Everett in a loser-out consolation bracket game 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Meadowdale 88, Stanwood 62

LYNNWOOD — Gia Powell poured in a game-high 32 points and the second-seeded Mavericks ran away with a victory of the 10th-seeded Spartans in the 3A District 1 tournament quarterfinals.

Mia Brockmeyer registered 20 points and Lily Zardis added nine for Meadowdale (19-3). The Mavericks advance to face No. 3 Snohomish in a winner-to-state seminal game 5 p.m. Wednesday at Marysville Pilchuck High School.

Ellalee Wortham and Jazmyn Legg scored 15 points apiece and Camrie Ingram chipped in 12 for Stanwood (10-12). The Spartans will host No. 11 Monroe in a loser-out consolation bracket game 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Lynnwood 54, Everett 45

BOTHELL —Aniya Hooker tallied a game-high 23 points and the fourth-seeded Royals topped the fifth-seeded Seagulls in the 3A District 1 tournament quarterfinals.

Mataya Canda and Teyah Clark added nine points apiece for Lynnwood (14-7). The Royals advance to face top-seeded Arlington in a winner-to-state seminal game 7 p.m. Wednesday at Marysville Pilchuck High School.

Alana Washington scored 19 points and Emily Barton had 11 for Everett (14-8). The Seagulls will host eighth-seeded Shorecrest in a loser-out consolation bracket game 7 p.m. Wednesday.

2A District 1 Tournament

Semifinals

Archbishop Murphy 66, Burlington-Edison 59

Consolation bracket (loser out)

Anacortes 57, Lakewood 56

1B Tri-District 1/2/3 Tournament

First round (loser out)

Darrington 53, Muckleshoot Tribal 39

DARRINGTON — Allie Cochran recorded a double-double with 26 points and 15 rebounds as the seventh-seeded Loggers bested the 10th-seeded Kings.

Claire Wright added 12 points and seven rebounds and Sophie Ross chipped in eight points and 10 boards for Darrington (12-10). The Loggers will travel to face No. 2 Crosspoint in the tri-district quarterfinals 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Muckleshoot Tribal finished its season 9-11.

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Grace Academy 40, Pope John Paul II 27

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BOYS SWIM & DIVE

4A District 1 Championships

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

Team scores: 1. Lake Stevens 517, 2. Jackson 456, 3. Kamiak 428, 4. Glacier Peak 334, 5. Mariner 105

Winner and 2nd place (both to state), plus additional state qualifiers

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Coren Coe, Connor Weldon, Camden Blevins-Mohr, Samuel Lamb) 1:36.64, Jackson (Vyron Domingo, Ethan Chen-Parks, Prestyn Ruitjers, Ethan Georgiev) 1:36.77; 200 freestyle—Georgiev (Jackson) 1:47.42, Brendan Gaffney (Glacier Peak) 1:47.59; 200 individual medley—Domingo (Jackson) 1:58.07, Coe (Lake Stevens) 2:06.32; 50 freestyle—Blevins-Mohr (Lake Stevens) 21.02, Kaiu Taylor (Glacier Peak) 21.90; Diving—Cade Farmer (Kamiak) 353.15, Aaron Vu (Kamiak) 321.40, Zack Warren (Kamiak) 320.00; 100 butterfly—Blevins-Mohr (Lake Stevens) 49.82, Coe (Lake Stevens) 53.79; 100 freestyle—Lamb (Lake Stevens) 48.00, Georgiev (Jackson) 48.07; 500 freestyle—Bryan Zi Wong (Kamiak) 5:00.22, Nolan Thai (Jackson) 5:04.56; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Blevins-Mohr, Coe, Sebastian Erickson, Lamb) 1:27.62, Jackson (Georgiev, Chen-Parks, Thai, Domingo) 1:30.32; 100 backstroke—Domingo (Jackson) 52.20, Taylor (Glacier Peak) 53.72; 100 breaststroke—Chen Parks (Jackson) 59.76, Weldon (Lake Stevens) 1:01.18; 400 freestyle relay—Glacier Peak (Gaffney, Noah Wynder, Lorenzo Benavente, Taylor) 3:22.43, Lake Stevens (Erickson, Hunter Latham, Tavion Siu, Weldson) 3:26.65.

3A District 1 Championships

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Shorecrest 492, 2. Shorewood 461, 3. Snohomish 249, 5. Stanwood 146, 6. Marysville Getchell 145, 7. Cascade 123, 8. Edmonds-Woodway 105, 9. Lynnwood 103, 10. Mountlake Terrace 86, 12. Everett 47, 14. Meadowdale 29

Top 4 (all to state), plus additional state qualifiers

200 medley relay—Shorewood (Ben Allen, Frederick Anderson, Larson Bucholz, Dean Foral) 1:38.19, Shorecrest (Danny Stephenson, Ian Reece, Kason Kirkpatrick, Jack Wheatley) 1:38.36, Stanwood (Gavin Plano, Lloyd Hau, Riley Tallquist, Rory Polson) 1:45.49; 200 freestyle—Colton Stoecker (Shorecrest) 1:43.48, Torsten Hokanson (Snohomish) 1:44.47, Zander Muilenburg (Shorecrest) 1:47.98, Andrew Mitchell (Shorewood) 1:49.14; 200 individual medley—F. Anderson (Shorewood) 1:46.69, Owen Collins (Snohomish) 1:56.87, Yurii Onofriichuk (Cascade) 1:58.17, Reece (Shorecrest) 1:59.63; 50 freestyle—Tristan Serrano (Shorecrest) 22.16, Colin Bell (Shorewood) 22.77, Kirkpatrick (Shorecrest) 22.78; Diving—Dash Jackson (Shorecrest) 237.80, Cristian Pineda-Lopez (Marysville Getchell) 209.95, Logan Davis (Snohomish) 204.70, Eduardo Pineda-Lopez (Marysville Getchell) 203.45; 100 butterfly—Artemiy Lisitskiy (Mount Vernon) 51.99, Kirkpatrick (Shorecrest) 52.27, Bucholz (Shorewood) 52.36, James Mitchell (Shorewood) 55.88; 100 freestyle—Hokanson (Snohomish) 46.45*, Daniel Levasseur (Mount Vernon) 4858, Serrano (Shorecrest) 48.78, A. Mitchell (Shorewood) 49.21; 500 freestyle—Stoecker (Shorecrest) 4:42.04, Connor Colloton (Snohomish), Muilenburg (Shorecrest) 4:56.92, Edison Phillips (Shorecrest) 4:58.41; 200 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Reece, Stoecker, Wheatley, Serrano) 1:29.01, Shorewood (Henry Anderson, A. Mitchell, Foral, Colin Bell) 1:29.81, Snohomish (Collins, Colloton, Landon Crocker, Hokanson) 1:30.43, Edmonds-Woodway (Lennox Norenberg, Patrick Kotwis, Austin Chiu, Jude Willcox) 1:35.99; 100 backstroke—Onofriichuk (Cascade) 51.97*, Daniel Levasseur (Mount Vernon) 53.87, Allen (Shorewood) 53.88, Colloton (Snohomish) 53.90; 100 breaststorke—Collins (Snohomish) 57.37, Reece (Shorecrest) 59.69, Allen Pringle (Marysville Getchell) 59.84, F. Anderson (Shorewood) 59.99; 400 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Serrano, Kirkpatrick, Muilenburg, Stoecker) 3:14.52*, Shorewood (A. Mitchell, Bucholz, Bell, F. Anderson) 3:16.85, Snohomish (Colloton, Collins, Crocker, Hokanson) 3:17.5, Mount Vernon (Listskiy, Gonor Gustafson, Greg Jones, Levasseur) 3:25.80.

*-indicates meet record

2A/1A District 1 Championships

At Fidalgo Pool

Team scores (winner and local): 1. Anacortes 267, 5. Archbishop Murphy 120

Local winners and 2nd-place finishers (both to state)

100 butterfly—2. Evan Wold (Archbishop Murphy) 52.89; 100 breaststroke—1. Evan Wold (Archbishop Murphy) 1:00.24.

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BOYS WRESTLING

4A Region 1 tournament

at Tahoma H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Tahoma 384.5, 2. Lake Stevens 350, 3. Glacier Peak 138, t8. Jackson 26, 11 Kamiak 7, 12. Mariner 0

Championship matches involving locals (both to state)

113—Ahmad Banishamsa (Lake Stevens) dec. Carter Tughan (Tahoma) 9-2; 120—Jacob Christianson (Lake Stevens) dec. Owen Marshall (Tahoma) 5-0; 126—Alex Othon (Tahoma) maj. dec. Troy Valentine (Lake Stevens) 11-3; 138—Gavin Wells (Tahoma) pinned Lawrence Muhat (Lake Stevens) 2:43; 144—Joe Sullivan (Tahoma) dec. Jaden Jennings (Lake Stevens) 7-1; 150—Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak) dec. Isac Deonigi (Tahoma) 7-1; 157—Cyrus Comia (Tahoma) dec. Colin Edmonds (Glacier Peak) 3-2; 175—Esteban Sedano (Lake Stevens) pinned Jarell David (Lake Stevens) 3:28; 190—Kage Repenn (Tahoma) pinned Dan Chapman (Glacier Peak) 2:29; 215—Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens) pinned Nehemiah Washington (Decatur) 1:08; 285—Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) pinned Trey Monaghan (Tahoma) 1:41.

3rd/4th-place matches involving locals (both to state)

120—Brian Nguyen (Jackson) dec. Eben Nau (Tahoma) 5-2; 132—Samuel Irizarry (Lake Stevens) maj. dec. Paul Tarantino (Tahoma) 15-5; 138—Anthony Ayuso-Mendez (Lake Stevens) pinned Bill Bailey (Kentwood) :20; 144–Anthony Zanders (Decatur) dec. Oliver Paisley (Lake Stevens) 2-0; 150—David Abramyan (Decatur) dec. Levi Allison (Lake Stevens) 4-1; 157—Asher Heist (Lake Stevens) pinned Logan Wade (Mount Rainier) 2:38; 165—Dino Dimarco III (Lake Stevens) pinned Vayinde Owens (Decatur) 3:58; 175—Grayson James (Jackson) dec. Dylan Stover (Tahoma) 3-1; 190—Cheyzen Quevedo (Lake Stevens) dec. Kaleb Owens (Glacier Peak) 10-3.

3A Region 1 Tournament

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Yelm 175.5, 2. Arlington 167.5, 3. Marysville Pilchuck 145, 6. Snohomish 110, 10. Stanwood 87, 13. Everett 58, 17. Monroe 38, 18. Marysville Getchell 26, 19. Cascade 13.

Championship matches involving locals (both to state)

120—Justin Phipps (Peninsula) dec. Max Morse (Snohomish) 9-4; 126—Soren Anderson (Stanwood) dec. Wesley Thompson (Yelm) 9-8; 138—Beau Gudde (Arlington) pinned Sam Tracy (Everett) 1:34; 144—Dayton Fitzgibbon (Arlington) dec. Patrick Halpin (Capital) 6-3; 157—Percie Hatfield (Oak Harbor) won by forfeit over Tre Haines (Arlington); 165—Dustin Baxter (Arlington) pinned Joseph Davis (Marysville Pilchuck) 3:59; 190—Elijah Fleck (Stanwood) pinned Gabriel Johnson (River Ridge) 1:50; 215—Magnus Schwabenbauer (Snohomish) dec. Holis Bontrager (Everett) 4-3.

3rd/4th-place matches involving locals (both to state)

113—Aven Anderson (Stanwood) pinned Garrett Reeves-Turner (Marysville Pilchuck) :40; 126—Mason Filippinni (Ferndale) pinned William Carpenter (Monroe) 4:59; 132—Wesley Fox (Capital) pinned Ian Thorsteinson (Snohomish) 2:31; 157—Milo Jones-Longstreet (Marysville Pilchuck) dec. Keahi Bonsell (Central Kitsap) 7-5 (SV); 165—Brayden Turano (Central Kitsap) dec. Danny Vergara (Marysville Pilchuck) 4-2; 175—Odin Schwabenbauer (Snohomish) maj. dec. Alexandre Kemp (River Ridge) 9-0; 190—David Bligh (North Thurston) won by forfeit over Holden Strande (Arlington); 285—Abraham Castandea (Marysville Getchell) dec. Micah Volavola (North Thurston) 7-2.

5th/6th-place matches involving locals (winner to state, loser serves as alternate)

106—Johnson Nguyen (Capital) pinned George Tracy (Everett) :45; 113—Dylan Reeves-Turner (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Tate Oberhansly (Yelm) 4:04; 120—Mason Boardley (Arlington) dec. Bryce Tillman (Peninsula) 10-7; 132—Sebastian Ferrell (Monroe) dec. Jacob Hoot (Marysville Getchell) 10-8; 138—Malakai Childress (Marysville Pilchuck) maj. dec. Lui Brawley (River Ridge) 13-3; 144—Chase Deberry (Arlington) dec. Marcus Reum (Peninsula) 6-2; 150—Brody Strandt (Snohomish) pinned Zachary Reese (Capital) 4:20; 157—Cole Canell (Arlington) pinned Auto O’Neal (Yelm) :56; 190—Donny Faulkner (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Henry Hovde (North Thurston) 4:39; 215—Jason Marshall (Snohomish) pinned Genisis Finch (Yelm) 3:55; 285—Daron Rainey (Cascade) pinned Tamass Wakefield (Yelm) 1:19.

3A Region 3 Tournament

At Todd Beamer H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Lincoln (Tacoma) 216.5, 9. Edmonds-Woodway 86, 10. Shorecrest 75.5, 15. Mountlake Terrace 47, 16. Lynnwood 42, 17. Shorewood 34, t19. Meadowdale 14

Championship matches involving locals (both to state)

175—Garrett Goade (Bainbridge) dec. Ever Yamada (Edmonds-Woodway) 15-13.

3rd/4th-place matches involving locals (both to state)

120—Avi Wylen (Shorecrest) dec. Alix Jeanniton Jr. (Lakes) 5-2; 138—Christopher Cosio (Lakes) pinned Kenneth Adams Jr. (Shorecrest) 2:35; 157—Peter Grimm (Shorecrest) pinned Jackson Esemann (Kent Meridian) :28; 190—Kaivone Cooks (Lincoln) pinned Carter Nichols (Shorecrest) 2:55; 215—Byron Anton (Stadium) pinned Carmelo Larocca (Edmonds-Woodway) 1:23.

5th/6th-place matches involving locals (winner to state, loser serves as alternate)

113—AP Tran (Edmonds-Woodway) pinned Albert Isrofilov (Kent Meridian) 3:34; 126—Eric Ly (Lynnwood) inj. default Braedyn Clark (Lynnwood); 120—Maddox Millikan (Meadowdale) dec. Masayoshi Taura 11-4; 144—Isaac Williams (Mountlake Terrace) dec. Abram Estrada (Spanaway Lake) 6-4; 157—Orion Rhinehart (Silas) dec. Nathan Williams (Lynnwood) 9-4; 165—Michael Kanzler (Shorewood) pinned Adam Turner (Todd Beamer) 1:42;175—Owen Boswell (Mountlake Terrace) pinned Ryan Pineda (Mountlake Terrace) 2:48; 190—Christerfor Macon (Lakes) dec. Alex White (Edmonds-Woodway) 2:55; 215—Mika Serafinas (Edmonds-Woodway) inj. default Brian Gatewood (Lincoln).

2A Region 1 Tournament

At Highline H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Anacortes 201, 5. Lakewood 102.5, 6. Archbishop Murphy 80.5, 14. Cedarcrest 10

Championship matches involving locals (both to state)

138—Chase Weber (Burlington-Edison) maj. dec. Taylor Brock (Lakewood) 10-2; 150—Connor Schueller (Lakewood) dec. Pavel Shintar (Bellingham) 3-1; 190—Quentin Cobbs (Sedro-Woolley) pinned Kenneth Conklin (Lakewood) 1:08; Jimmy Conklin (Lakewood) pinned Sonny Powell (Bellingham) 2:40; 285—Julian Rodriguez-Padilla (Sedro-Woolley) pinned Hakeim Smalls (Archbishop Murphy) 5:07.

3rd/4th-place matches involving locals (both to state)

113—Joshua Perez (Evergreen) dec. Dillon Bonnar (Archbishop Murphy) 7-6; 126—Joseph Davis (Archbishop Murphy) pinned Aidan Borchert (Bellingham) :54; 215—Colin Surridge (Archbishop Murphy) pinned Kalyjiah Young (Renton) :36.

1A Region 1 Tournament

At Vashon Island H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Cascade Christian 181, 6. Granite Falls 95, 9. Sultan 49

Championship matches involving locals (both to state)

None.

3rd/4th-place matches involving locals (winner to state, loser serves as alternate)

113—Cole Voigt (Blaine) dec. Rio Molver (Granite Falls) 5-0; 144—Reece Decourval (Klahowya) pinned Joseph Roberts (Granite Falls) 2:24; 157—Erick Diaz (Granite Falls) dec. Hunter Ansell (Sultan) 3-2; 175—Elijah Veal (Sultan) pinned Chris Ryer (Granite Falls) 4:47; 215—Alder Giarde (Mount Baker) pinned Karter Button (Sultan) :44; 285—Simetti Jennings (Life Christian Acadmey) pinned Landyn Jones (Granite Falls) :21.

1B/2B Region 1 Tournament

At Adna H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Forks 186.5, 3. Darrington 115

Championship matches involving locals (both to state)

106—Jace Linithankan (Ilwaco) pinned Bryson Nations (Darrington) 5:36; 113—Creed Wright (Darrington) pinned Jesus Garcia Dominguez (Forks) 3:07; 120—Aiden Cumming (Darrington) pinned Norman Prazek (Onalaska) 1:09; 285—Kade West (Darrington) pinned Sloan Tumaua (Forks) 5:09.

3rd/4th-place matches involving locals (both to state)

120—Brian Lucas (Forks) dec. Bryer Wesson (Darrington) 6-2.

5th/6th-place matches involving locals (winner to state)

157—Rudy Garcia (Rainier) inj. default McKinlee Green (Darrington).

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GIRLS WRESTLING

3A/4A Region 1 Tournament

At Monroe H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): t1. Snohomish 129, t1. Oak Harbor 129, 3. Glacier Peak 128, 4. Lake Stevens 121, 5. Everett 114.5, 6. Shorewood 109, 7. Stanwood 95, 10. Edmonds-Woodway 77, 11. Arlington 69, 12. Marysville Pilchuck 51, 15. Marysville Getchell 47, 17. Mariner 43, 18. Jackson 40, 23. Monroe 26, 29. Cascade 14, 30. Lynnwood 9, t31. Meadowdale 8, 33. Shorecrest 3.5

Championship matches involving locals (both to state)

105—Libby Norton (Shorewood) dec. Rebecca Serati (Kamiak) 8-6; 110—Kamryn Mason (Lake Stevens) dec. Finley Houck (Shorewood) 2-0; 115—Malia Ottow (Snohomish) pinned Kira Songer (Marysville Getchell) 2:51; 120—Hannah Hader (Glacier Peak) pinned Parker Halgren (Mount Vernon) 3:40; 125—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) pinned Danielle Crew (Arlington) 1:39; 135—Anabelle Suto (Oak Harbor) pinned Kylee Wicklund (Lake Stevens) :48; 140—Chloe Cahan (Snohomish) dec. Grace Fitting (Edmonds-Woodway) 7-0; 145—Josephine Ives (Bellevue) pinned Casey Kuchera (Marysville Pilchuck) 3:18; 155—Jillian Hradec (Snohomish) dec. Chloe Bailey (Issaquah) 3-1; 190—Mia Cienega (Everett) pinned Abigaele Chishungu (Shorewood) 1:44; 235—Olivia Hudson (Oak Harbor) pinned Riley Ost (Stanwood) 1:35.

3rd/4th-place matches involving locals (both to state)

100—Ula Young (Hazen) dec. Maria Angeline Pillejera (Everett) 5-2; 110—Anastasia Fiorini (Mariner) dec. Elyssa Cotton (Snohomish) 10-3;115—Hannah Baldock (Edmonds-Woodway) pinned Signe Cairus (Stanwood) 4:19; 120—Abigail Gamm (Snohomish) pinned Mary Taylor (North Creek) :55; 125—Diala Haro (Everett) dec. Genesis Egli (Oak Harbor) 7-3; 130—Brianna Richard (Oak Harbor) pinned Eliana Van Horn (Shorewood) :43; 135—Isabella Crave (Shorewood) maj. dec. Ayden Mooney (Juanita) 12-0; 140—Kiona Hill (Liberty-Renton) pinned Mariah Fulgenzi (Stanwood) 2:02; 145—Emily Ortiz Marquez (Jackson) pinned Katana Karasti (Stanwood) 4:53; 155—Marissa Denke (Glacier Peak) pinned Alex Harris (Lake Stevens) :52; 170—Mikayla Finch (Stanwood) pinned Eliana Guillory (Ferndale) 2:55; Laurissa Monroy (Newport) pinned Miracle Ohiri (Lake Stevens) 4:36; 235—Lotoaigaola Tupu (Oak Harbor) pinned Milana Garcia (Mariner) 4:00.

5th/6th-place matches involving locals (both to state)

100—Araxi Crew (Arlington) dec. Juilz Gonzales (Oak Harbor) 5-1; 110—Kyla Brown (Arlington) pinned Lexie Oliver (Lake Stevens) 2:25; 120—Audrey George (Monroe) maj. dec. Corbynn Foster (Edmonds-Woodway) 9-1; 125—Jennifer Reinoso (Edmonds-Woodway) pinned Hailey Carswell (Monroe) 2:53; 135—Stephanie Corro (Marysville Getchell) pinned Shyla Weeks (Snohomish) 2:44; 140—Bobbi Jack (Glacier Peak) dec. Amariana Clark (Jackson) 6-5; 145—Yasmin Rodriguez (Mount Vernon) pinned Fatima Bujafar (Cascade) :40; 155—Savannah Derrick (Hazen) dec. Caitriona Wieber (Everett) 9-6; 235—Jazmyn Edge (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Wendy Delgado (Jackson) 4:19.

1B/2B/1A/2A Region 1 Tournament

At White River H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Orting 160, 16. Cedarcrest 30, t23. Lakewood 17, t23. Sultan 17, 35, T35. Darrington 0

Championship matches involving locals (both to state)

115—Marjorie McDaniel (Orting) pinned Lily Smith (Cedarcrest) 1:30.

3rd/4th-place matches involving locals (winner to state)

105—Jasmine VerHeul (Sultan) pinned Mya Turcott (White River) 1:36; 130—Felicity Wright (Lakewood) pinned Jasmine Cruz-Abarca (Lindbergh) 2:01.

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