Prep roundup for Saturday, Jan. 21

Prep results for Saturday, Jan. 21:

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


Wesco 3A/2A

Snohomish 51, Archbishop Murphy 46

SNOHOMISH — Jason Roth led four Panthers in double figures with 13 points and Snohomish bested the Wildcats for a league victory.

Amari Biggs, Hudson Capelli and Drew Davis scored 11 points apiece for Snohomish (6-9, 4-7 Wesco 3A/2A).

Jack Sievers scored 12 points, Luke Blachly had 10 and Cade Galbraith chipped in eight for Archbishop Murphy (5-11, 4-7).


Lake Stevens 72, Bremerton 52

BREMERTON — Tyson Eyman made five 3-pointers and scored 21 of his game-high 25 points in the first half as the Vikings raced out to a big league early and earned a non-league win over Bremerton.

Javon McFerran had 12 points, Marshall Adams added 11 and Maddox Preder chipped nine for Lake Stevens (10-6), which led 29-10 after the first quarter. Nine different Vikings scored.

Samuel Tucker led Bremerton (3-10) with 19 points.

Sound Christian Academy 80, Darrington 42

DARRINGTON — Chevy Vincent led Darrington with 11 points, but the Loggers fell to Sound Christian Academy in a non-league contest.

Cooper Green had 10 points and Hunter Anderson added eight for Darrington (3-11).

David Mesler scored a game-high 21 points to pace the Lions (15-2).

Jackson 63, Stadium 51

TACOMA — Sylas Williams scored a game-high 21 points and the Timberwolves bested the Tigers in a non-league contest.

Harris Kampe had 11 points and Ty Hale added eight as eight different players scored at least four points for Jackson (11-3).

Kellen O’Halloran led Stadium (12-6) with 16 points.

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Granite Falls 63, Friday Harbor 48

Orcas Island 65, Cedar Park Christian (Lynnwood) 27

Neah Bay 89, Tulalip Heritage 59

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Lynden Tournament

At Lynden H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Stanwood 255, 2. Glacier Peak 220.5, 6. Lake Stevens 125, 7. Shorecrest 104, 9. Archbishop Murphy 67, 11. Mariner 53, 15. Meadowddale 31.5.

Finals involving locals: 106—Gavin Ketchum (Lake Stevens) pinned Dylan Roath (Bellingham) 1:16; 113—Jorey Johnson (Mount Baker) pinned Aven Andersen (Stanwood) 3:42; 120—Bryan Roodzant (Stanwood) pinned Mathew Nguyen (Newport) 3:43; 132—Keaton Mayernik (Stanwood) tech. fall Connor Holgate (Lynden) 20-5; 138—Tyler Rhue (Stanwood) pinned Steven Hollinsworth (Lynden) 2:36; 145—Gil Mossburg (Glacier Peak) dec. Daniel Washburn (Mount Baker) 8-1; 152—Peter Grimm (Shorecrest) maj. dec. Colin Edmonds (Glacier Peak) 9-1; 160—Brandon Resor (Lake Stevens) dec. Gage Blakeslee (Newport) 6-5; 170—Elijah Washburn (Mount Baker) pinned Ryder Bumgarner (Stanwood) 5:11; 182—Mason Ferguson (Stanwood) maj. dec. Carter Kinney (Stanwood) 10-2; 195—Elijah Fleck (Stanwood) pinned Lazlo Davis-Rudin (Ballard) 1:41; 220—Dane Chapman (Glacier Peak) pinned Sonny Powell (Bellingham) 1:23; 285—Connor Aney (Glacier Peak) pinned Aedan Reinhart (Bellingham) 3:02.

End of Day’s Classic

At Lakes H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Kent Meridian 228, 8. Cedarcrest 76.5.

Finals involving locals: 126—Mauricio Cabrera (North Creek) dec. Bryant Reid (Cedarcrest) 9-7; 285—James Wilkes (Cedarcrest) pinned Malachi Nelson (Mount Tahoma) :58.

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Wesco 3A/2A

Snohomish 57, Archbishop Murphy 46

EVERETT — Sienna Capelli scored a team-high 18 points and the Panthers pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the Wildcats in league action.

Tyler Gildersleeve-Stiles scored 15 points and Jada Andresen connected on four 3-pointers and added 14 points, including eight in the fourth quarter, for Snohomish (11-5, 8-3 Wesco 3A/2A).

Brooke Blachly sank five triples and netted a game-high 19 points for Archbishop Murphy (9-7, 6-5). Caroline Burns and Ava Marr chipped in nine points apiece.

Stanwood 64, Lynnwood 55

BOTHELL — Vivienne Berrett poured in a game-high 31 points used a big second quarter to power past the Royals in matchup of league contenders.

Tatum Brager had 11 points and Elle Wortham added 10 points for Stanwood (14-2, 10-1 Wesco 3A/2A), which outscored the Royals 20-10 in the second quarter.

Teyah Clark scored 20 points, Kayla Lorenz added 14 and Aniya Hooker chipped in eight for Lynnwood (11-4, 9-2).


Shorewood 54, Mariner 41

EVERETT — Joy Brandenstein and Kate Evans led a trio of Stormrays in double figures with 12 points as Shorewood pulled away in the second half for a non-league win over the Marauders.

Addi Trull added 10 points for the Stormrays (8-7).

Danaysia Cain made four 3-pointers and scored a game-high 14 points to lead Mariner (4-11).

Monroe 79, Foster 53

TUKWILLA — Adria Lincoln broke her own single-game school record with 45 points as the Bearcats beat Bulldogs in a non-league game.

Lincoln added 18 rebounds for Monroe (11-5), which has won six straight.

Foster fell to 8-7.

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Neah Bay 78, Tulalip Heritage 13

Friday Harbor 37, Granite Falls 26

Orcas Island 56, Cedar Park Christian (Lynnwood) 4

Sound Christian Academy at Darrington, score not reported

Marysville Getchell at Oak Harbor, score not reported

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Lady Hawk Invitational

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Arlington 199, 3. Lake Stevens 166.5, 4. Marysville Pilchuck 144.5, 5. Everett 110, 7. Edmonds-Woodway 78, 10. Mountlake Terrace 42, 11. Jackson 41, 15. Monroe 295, 16. Lynnwood 22, 17. Darrington 15.

Finals involving locals: Araxi Crew (Arlington) pinned Ella Moa (Mount Baker) 4:36; 105—Kamryn Mason (Lake Stevens) inj. def. Tempest Heiner (Mount Baker); 110—Kyla Brown (Arlington) pinned Karalyn Cook (Mount Baker) 1:32; 115—Kira Songer (Marysville Pilchuck) tech. fall Danielle Crew (Arlington) 16-1; 120—Sadie Scenck (Mount Baker) pinned Rosechelle Obare (Mountlake Terrace) 1:15; 130—Madisen Bowers (Lake Stevens) pinned Mirage Deneal (Meridian) 1:23; 135—Hailee Stoken inj. def. Sawyer Littlewood (Everett); 140—Raina Allen (Arlington) inj. def. Tyla Olson (Mount Baker); 145—Jael Whitaker (Edmonds-Woodway) pinned Ava Atha (Lake Stevens) 1:18; 190—Aliva White (Marysville Pilchuck) won by forfeit; 235—Janay Beckman (Arlington) pinned Mia Cienega (Everett) 4:18.

Viking Girls Invitational

At Puyallup H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Puyallup 171.5, 2. Stanwood 128.

Finals involving locals: 100—Praline Werner (Puyallup) pinned Sydney Wiegand (Stanwood) :40; 110—Laela Ridgeway (Stanwood) pinned Lana Britt-Chum (Puyallup) 2:01; 120—Ali Templeton (Olympic) pinned Signe Cairus (Stanwood) 1:17; 140—Katana Karasti (Stanwood) pinned Aleena Williams (Decatur) 2:40; 170—Mikayla Finch (Stanwood) dec. Keira Anderson (Rainier) 5-4; 235—Daniela Palos Rodriguez (Emerald Ridge) pinned Riley Ost (Stanwood) 1:42.

Lady Huskie Invite

At Othello H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Toppenish 288, 16. Snohomish 69, 23. Glacier Peak 58,

Finals involving locals: 125—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) dec. Kendra Perez (Toppenish) 2-1.

Lady Lancers Lipstick Open

At Lakes H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. White River 145, 23. Cedarcrest 22.

Finals involving locals: None.

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