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Prep roundup for Saturday, Feb. 18

Prep roundup for Saturday, Feb. 18:

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3A District 1 Tournament

Championship (both to state)

Mountlake Terrace 57, Arlington 34

EVERETT — The Mountlake Terrace High School boys basketball team doesn’t do anything complicated on defense, the Hawks just play a hard-nosed man-to-man defense in the half court. But Occam’s razor states that the simplest solution is usually the best one, and that was certainly the case for Mountlake Terrace on Saturday night.

The Hawks rode their stingy defense all the way to the Class 3A District 1 championship as they defeated the Arlington Eagles in the title contest at Everett Community College.

Mountlake Terrace’s defense was on point from the opening tip, as the Hawks held the Eagles to just two points in the first quarter. Arlington trailed by double digits the rest of the way.

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Consolation (winner to state, loser out)

Everett 58, Marysville Getchell 54

EVERETT — Isaiah White had ice water in his veins. Not just in the final seconds, but all game long.

White capped off a sensational all-court game by draining four free throws in the final 12 seconds, leading the Everett Seagulls to a victory over the Marysville Getchell Chargers in a winner-to-state, loser-out game at the Class 3A District 1 high school boys basketball tournament at Everett Community College.

White, who finished with 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists, led the way as eighth-seeded Everett (15-10) earned its first trip to state since 2000.

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2A District 1 Tournament

Consolation (winner to state, loser out)

Lynden 68, Lakewood 51

MOUNT VERNON — Fourth-seeded Lakewood’s playoff run came to an end with a loss to No. 2 Lynden in a consolation winner-to-state, loser-out game of the 2A District 1 Tournament.

Lakewood finished its season with an overall record of 13-12.

Lynden (20-4) is back in the state tournament after winning the 2A championship last season.

1A District 1/2 Crossover

(winner to state, loser out)

Lynden Christian 68, Sultan 32

SHORELINE — Sultan’s breakthrough season came to an end with a loss to Lynden Christian in a winner-to-state, loser-out District 1/2 crossover game.

Sultan, which won the Emerald Sound Conference Coho Division title, finished with an overall record of 20-4.

Lynden Christian (22-2) returns to the state tournament after winning the 1A title last season.

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4A State Championships

At King County Aquatic Center

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Newport 268.5, 11. Jackson 84, 16. Lake Stevens 50, 22. Kamiak 21, 25. Glacier Peak 10, 27. Mariner 6.

(winners and local placers)

200 medley relay—1. Newport (William Ho, Christian Koh, Nathan Xu, Liam Campbell) 1:32.70.

200 freestyle—1. Sam Empey (Union) 1:39.43, 4. Etan Georgiev (Jackson) 1:45.36.

200 individual medley—1. Connor Brown (Eastlake) 1:50.87.

50 freestyle—1. Tolu Young (Curtis) 19.73, 7. Ethan Chen-Parks (Jackson) 22.00.

100 butterfly—1. Sam Empey (Union) 49.60.

100 freestyle—1. Campbell (Newport) 44.40, 7. Georgiev (Jackson) 47.65.

500 freestyle—1. Andy Gelston (Hanford) 4:36.79.

200 freestyle relay—1. Union (Sam Empey, Owen Robertson, Steven Empey, Alexander Wahlman) 1:25.96, 6. Lake Stevens (Camden Blevins-Mohr, Coren Coe, Sam Lamb, Laird Marlatt) 1:29.85, 7. Jackson (Georgiev, Chen-Parks, Nathaniel Nguyen, Jaelen Oh) 1:30.56.

100 backstroke—1. Gelston (Hanford) 49.97.

100 breaststroke—1. Brown (Eastlake) 54.76.

400 freestyle relay—1. Curtis (Young, Matthew Audette, Adam Kwong, Sam Funches) 3:04.98.

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3A State Championships

At King County Aquatic Center

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Mercer Island 285, 8. Shorecrest 120, 14. Shorewood 54, 17. Snohomish 37, 18. Cascade 33, 19. Marysville Getchell 24.

(winners and local placers)

200 medley relay—1. Mercer Island (Evan Liu, Emmett Ralston, Matthew Shield, Coy Hounsell) 1:32.89.

200 freestyle—1. Aiden Hammer (Gig Harbor) 1:39.58.

200 individual medley—1. Jack Skarda (O’Dea) 1:48.83.

50 freestyle—1. Jason Nordgren (Bainbridge) 20.85, 5. Sean Neils (Shorecrest) 21.27.

100 butterfly—1. Wyatt Carlton (Mount Vernon) 49.00.

100 freestyle—1. Nordgren (Bainbridge) 45.75, 4. Neils (Shorecrest) 46.69.

500 freestyle—1. Hammer (Gig Harbor) 4:28.63, 7. Colton Stoecker (Shorecrest) 4:52.07.

200 freestyle relay—1. Mercer Island (Hounsell, Colin Carmichael, Ralston, Matt Williamson) 1:24.53, 4. Shorecrest (Kason Kirkpatrick, Tristan Serrano, Finn Corbin, Neils) 1:28.57.

100 backstroke—1. Zach Hur (Bellevue) 50.33.

100 breaststroke—1. Skarda (O’Dea) 55.30.

400 freestyle relay—1. Bainbridge (Aidan Cole, Curtis Stewart, Finn Wenker, Nordgren) 3:10.40, 6. Shorecrest (Serrano, Neils, Stoecker, Ian Reece) 3:16.12.

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2A State Championships

At King County Aquatic Center

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Pullman 286, 13. Archbishop Murphy 44.

(local placers)

200 individual medley—7. Evan Wold (Archbishop Murphy) 2:01.42.

100 breaststroke—3. Wold (Archbishop Murphy) 59.80.

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4A State Championships

At Tacoma Dome

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Chiawana 151, 6. Lake Stevens 96, 12. Glacier Peak 50, 39. Jackson 6, 47. Mariner 0.

(championship matches)

106—Curtis Carlisle (Rogers-Puyallup) dec. Jayden Jasso (Sunnyside) 6-4.

113—Isaiah Medina (Chiawana) dec. Jacob Christianson (Lake Stevens) 6-4.

120—Elias McDonald (Sumner) dec. Joe Sullivan (Tahoma) 5-2.

126—Daeton Johnson (Chiawana) pinned Nathan Curry (Tahoma) 1:51.

132—Alejandro Fernandez (Sunnyside) dec. Noah Koyama (Union) 9-1.

138—Mitchell Neiner (South Kitsap) maj. dec. Owen Pritchard (Skyview) 14-5.

145—Cody Miller (Sumner) dec. Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak) 6-3.

152—Jake Hubby (Hanford) dec. Drake Thompson (Sumner) 2-1 (TB-1).

160—Mathias Collins (Kennedy Catholic) dec. Devan Carter (Graham-Kapowsin) 3-2.

170—JJ Schoenlein (Skyview) dec. Eli Perkes (Hanford) 6-5.

182—Phillip Chobot (South Kitsap) dec. Christopher Neal (Tahoma) 5-1.

195—Evan Berdan (Wenatchee) dec. Ronnell Parker-Borrero (Graham-Kapowsin) 3-1.

220—Chase Baker (Kentwood) dec. Koen Mattern (Lake Stevens) 7-5.

285Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) dec. Mateo Armendariz (Sunnyside) 5-4 (2OT).

(other local placers)

106—4. Ahmad Banishamsa (Lake Stevens).

113—7. Troy Valentine (Lake Stevens).

120—3. Trevor Wilson (Lake Stevens).

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3A State Championships

At Tacoma Dome

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Mead 199.5, 3. Stanwood 162, 13. Arlington 66, t21. Shorewood 44, t32. Marysville Pilchuck 21, t32. Monroe 21, t32. Snohomish 21, 40. Edmonds-Woodway 18, t41. Lynnwood 17, t44. Everett 16, t58. Mountlake Terrace 6, 61. Shorecrest 61, t64. Cascade 0, t64. Marysville Getchell 0, t64. Meadowdale 0.

(championship matches)

106—Czar Quintanilla (University) pinned Carlos Cervantes (Hermiston) 1:45.

113—Jacob Chapa (Southridge) dec. Logan Heath (Spanaway) 6-5 (TB-1).

120—Andrew Flores (Lincoln) dec. Adonai Garcia (Kent Meridian) 8-6.

126—Elijah Cater (Silas) pinned Jayson Bonnett (Mt. Spokane) 1:34.

132—Josh Neiwert (Mead) dec. Tyler Rhue (Stanwood) 3-1.

138Tre Haines (Arlington) dec. Hudson Buth (Mt. Spokane) 3-1.

145—Q’veli Quintanilla (University) tech. fall Lake Harris (Yelm) 16-0 (2:30).

152—Mateo Caso (Walla Walla) dec. Dustin Baxter (Arlington) 4-2.

160—Maverick McEwen (Capital) pinned Samuel Thomas (University) 2:42.

170—Ezekiel McEwen (Capital) pinned Alex Ford (Prairie) 3:06.

182—Navarre Dixon (Lincoln) pinned Jaxson Gribskov (Hermiston) 1:27.

195—Jarom Liljenquist (Mt. Spokane) pinned Charles Larsen (Silas) 1:57.

220Hunter Tibodeau (Shorewood) dec. Dayne Camacho (Chief Sealth) 7-0.

285—Aidan Anderson (North Thurston) pinned Austin Steinbach (Heritage) :46.

(other local placers)

106—8. Soren Andersen (Stanwood).

113—8. Aven Andersen (Stanwood).

120—7. Bryan Roodzant (Stanwood).

126—8. Beau Gudde (Arlington).

132—5. Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood).

160—5. Joseph Davis (Marysville Pilchuck), 7. Talon Carswell (Monroe).

170—3. Ryder Bumgarner (Stanwood).

182—3. Mason Ferguson (Stanwood).

195—3. Elijah Fleck (Stanwood).

220—7. Connor King (Snohomish).

285—6. Dylan White (Lynnwood).

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2A State Championships

At Tacoma Dome

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Orting 258.5, 31. Lakewood 16, t37. Cedarcrest 4, t50. Archbishop Murphy 0.

(local placers)

132—8. Taylor Brock (Lakewood).

145—8. Connor Schueller (Lakewood).

152—8. Cris Alva (Lakewood).

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1A State Championships

Team scores (winner): 1. Toppenish 375.

At Tacoma Dome

No local placers.

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2B/1B State Championships

At Tacoma Dome

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Tonasket 202.5, 9. Darrington 67.5.

(championship matches involving local wrestlers)

126—Aaron Polito (Tonasket) dec. Aksel Espeland (Darrington) 8-3.

(other local placers)

106—4. Creed Wright (Darrington).

113—6. Aiden Cumming (Darrington).

220—4. Kade West (Darrington).

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3A District 1 Tournament


Arlington 63, Stanwood 57

EVERETT — There’s playing well, there’s being in the zone, and then there’s whatever Jenna Villa happened to be in the first quarter Saturday evening.

The Arlington High School girls basketball star went ballistic in the first quarter, and the Eagles held off several Stanwood charges as Arlington defeated the Spartans at Everett Community College to claim their third straight Class 3A District 1 championship.

Both teams already qualified for the state tournament.

The Washington State University-bound Villa played a flawless first quarter, from coming up with the steal on Arlington’s first defensive possession, to beating the buzzer with a corner 3-pointer right as the quarter ended. In total Villa scored 18 of her 26 points in the first quarter, including four 3-pointers. She even assisted on the Eagles’ two other baskets in the quarter.

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Consolation (winner to state, loser out)

Everett 42, Snohomish 36

EVERETT — The Everett High School girls basketball team embraced the chaos, and as a result the Seagulls are headed to state.

Everett used unrelenting full-court pressure in the fourth quarter to turn the game around, and the Seagulls defeated the Snohomish Panthers in a winner-to-state, loser-out Class 3A District 1 tournament game at Everett Community College.

Everett played from behind the entire game, barely broke double digits in the first half, and trailed 25-19 heading into the fourth quarter. But in the fourth the Seagulls created chaos ball with their full-court trap, which turned the Panthers over again and again. The turnovers opened up space for Mae Washington, who scored 14 of her 25 points in the fourth as the third-seeded Seagulls (16-8) earned the district’s fifth-and-final berth to state regionals.

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4A/3A State Championship

At Tacoma Dome

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Moses Lake 136, t7. Lake Stevens 75.5, 11. Arlington 69, 12. Marysville Pilchuck 64, t16. Glacier Peak 54, t16. Shorewood 54, t20. Everett 52, t37. Snohomish 32, 40. Stanwood 30, t43. Jackson 26, 46. Marysville Getchell 24, t61. Mountlake Terrace 9, 70. Kamiak 6, t76. Mariner 4, t76. Monroe 4, t76. Shorecrest 4, t85. Edmonds-Woodway 0, t85. Meadowdale 0.

(championship matches)

100—Praline Werner (Puyallup) pinned Natalia Tovar (Pasco) 3:53.

105—Libby Roberts (University) pinned Elisa Sanchez (Pasco) :59.

110—Zeta Lee (Mt. Tahoma) pinned Alexxus Ramos (Sunnyside) 5:17.

115—Ashley Dayana Nar (Moses Lake) dec. Kira Songer (Marysville Getchell) 7-1.

120—Madisyn Erickson (Yelm) dec. Reese Prescott (Moses Lake) 7-6.

125Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) pinned Niah Cassidy (Union) 3:32.

130—Sierra Wangen (Curtis) pinned Bianca Johnson (Moses Lake) 5:03.

135—Annika Lee (North Thurston) dec. Samantha Blank (Yelm) 3-0.

140—Flor Parker Borre (Graham-Kapowsin) pinned Addie Wunderli (Camas) 4:32.

145—Monica Kaiser (South Kitsap) pinned Camryn Erickson (Yelm) 5:10.

155—Clarissa Wangen (Curtis) pinned Frances Porteous (Bellingham Schools) 4:33.

170—Ryley Nager (Curtis) dec. Erin Kremer (Richland) 8-4.

190Alivia White (Marysville Pilchuck) pinned Isabella Phillips (Bellingham Schools) :50.

235—Faith Tarrant (Prairie) pinned Mia Cienega (Everett) 3:02.

(other local placers)

100—7. Araxi Crew (Arlington).

105—4. Kamryn Mason (Lake Stevens), 5. Finley Houck (Shorewood).

110—6. Elyssa Cotton (Snohomish), 7. Laela Ridgeway (Stanwood).

115—3. Tyra Wheless (Lake Stevens), 4. Danielle Crew (Arlington).

125—6. Parker Lastala (Glacier Peak).

130—3. Madisen Bowers (Lake Stevens).

135—3. Juju Kilroy (Marysville Pilchuck), 5. Rylee Northall (Jackson).

155—6. Jillian Hradec (Snohomish).

170—7. Abbi Chishungu (Shorewood).

235—4. Janay Beckman (Arlington).

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2A/1A/2B/1B State Championships

At Tacoma Dome

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Toppenish 299, 61. Sultan 6.5, t70. Cedarcrest 0, t70. Lakewood 0.

No local placers.

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