Prep roundup for Saturday, Jan. 28

Prep roundup for Saturday, Jan. 28:

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


Wesco 3A/2A

Cedarcrest 60, Marysville Pilchuck 57

MARYSVILLE — Murphy Vliem led a balanced attack with 14 points and the Red Wolves pulled out a tight league win over the Tomahawks.

Vliem pulled down 11 rebounds for a double-double, Jack Leblanc and Max Taibl scored 13 points apiece, and Adam Rawlings and Logan Dice chipped in eight points each for Cedarcrest (9-8, 7-6 Wesco 3A/2A), winner of six of its past eight games.

Jackson Poe netted a game-high 20 points, Bubba Baxter had 16, and Tommy Nguyen and Hannon Dixon added seven apiece for Marysville Pilchuck (2-16, 2-11).

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Shorecrest 63, Shorewood 37

Northwest Conference

Lynden 69, Lakewood 50

Northwest 1B

Grace Academy 56, Lummi 55


Bothell 64, Glacier Peak 49

SNOHOMISH — Jo Lee scored a team-high 20 points, but the Grizzlies fell behind in the third quarter and suffered a non-league loss to the Cougars.

Paxton Bigby had seven points and Nate Spang added five for Glacier Peak (9-8).

Daniel Briseno poured in a game-high 26 points, including eight 3-pointers, and Tyson Hoke scored 18 for Bothell (7-12), which pulled ahead 53-33 after outscoring the Grizzlies 24-7 in the third.

Kamiak 66, Snohomish 57

SNOHOMISH — Josiah Pierre netted a team-high 31 points and the Knights topped the Panthers in a non-league contest.

Chance Loudenback added 20 points for Kamiak (7-12).

Jason Roth scored a game-high 32 points and Drew Davis chipped in 20 for Snohomish (7-11).

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Archbishop Murphy 69, Kingston 54

Kalama 69, Fellowship Christian 58

La Conner 58, Tulalip Heritage 54

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Wesco South

Edmonds-Woodway, Lynnwood, Meadowdale, Mountlake Terrace at Lynnwood Pool, results not reported

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Berserker Tournament

At Curtis H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Forks 226.5, 15. Mariner 25.

Locals in finals: None.

Keigen Langholff Memorial Tournament

At Klahowya H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Central Kitsap 149, 6. Shorewood 48.

Locals in finals: 126—Masayoshi Taura (Shorewood) pinned Rider Stoner (Klahowya) 1:09; 160—Logan Wallis (Klahowya) pinned Michael Kanzier (Shorewood) :50; 220—Hunter Tibodeau (Shorewood) pinned Noah Carter (Bremerton) 1:31.

Emerald Sound Conference Tournament

At Sultan H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Granite Falls 168.5, 4. Sultan 62.

Finals involving locals: 106—Nathan Phillips (Granite Falls) tech. fall Jamie Dale (South Whidbey) 16-0; 120—Teagan Burkhart (Seattle Academy) dec. Mason Daly (Sultan) 14-11; 126—Peyton Eastman (Granite Falls) pinned Hassan Al-Mansuri (Granite Falls) 4:46; 132—Joseph Roberts (Granite Falls) tech. fall Landon Thomas (South Whidbey) 17-1; 138—Peyton Rihtarich (Granite Falls) maj. dec. Evan Welever (South Whidbey) 9-0; 145—Trevor Laymance (Granite Falls) dec. Cole Thorsen (South Whidbey) 7-6; 160—Dakota Wilkinson (Granite Falls) dec. Gavin Baker (South Whidbey) 9-5; 170—Chris Ryer (Granite Falls) dec. Jakob Lofton (Concrete) 11-8; 195—Donald Bridgewater (Sultan) pinned Karter Button (Sultan) 1:56; 220—Jayden Kinder (Granite Falls) pinned Andreas Bunei (Seattle Academy) :44; 285—Trtl Lee (Seattle Academy) pinned Leesaw Jordan (Granite Falls) 1:30.

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Wesco 3A/2A

Cedarcrest 48, Marysville Pilchuck 21

Shorewood 34, Shorecrest 23

Lynnwood 51, Mountlake Terrace 47

Northwest Conference

Mount Vernon 66, Lakewood 61


Lake Stevens 74, Foster 22

LAKE STEVENS — Emma Saylor led 11 Lake Stevens scorers with 12 points and the Vikings ran away early in a non-league win over the Bulldogs.

Ella Edens and Perla Ruiz scored nine points, Keira Tupua added eight points and Griffyn Eyman and Nisa Ellis chipped in seven points for Lake Stevens (12-6), which led 43-10 at halftime. The Vikings have won six of their past seven.

Ariyana Delorey netted nine points to pace Foster (10-8).

Bothell 44, Glacier Peak 40

BOTHELL — Brynna Pukis led a balanced effort with 10 points, but the Grizzlies couldn’t overcome the Cougars in a non-league game.

Sammie Thoma added eight points and Kylani Rookstool and Zoey Ritter chipped in seven apiece for Glacier Peak (13-4).

Kayleah Hawkins and McKylee Hawkins had 11 points apiece to lead Bothell (15-4).

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Lady Knights Invitational

At Mariner H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Mount Baker 154, 2. Shorewood 151, 4. Stanwood 105, 5. Glacier Peak 94.5, 6. Snohomish 94, 10. Everett 73, 12. Cedarcrest 53, 14. Shorecrest 44, 17. Monroe 38, 20. Kamiak 35, 21. Cascade 19, 22. Mariner 12, 23. Lynnwood 11, 24. Meadowdale 9, 26. Archbishop Murphy 3.

Finals involving locals: 100—Ella Moa (Mount Baker) pinned Libby Norton (Shorewood) 1:31; 105—Lilla Ortiz (Burlington-Edison) pinned Finley Houck (Shorewood) 3:24; 110—Laela Ridgeway (Stanwood) pinned Cecilia Ledesma (Spanaway Lake) 3:53; 115—Lily Smith (Cedarcrest) pinned Rebecca Rhodes (Shorecrest) 2:22; 125—Karianne Baldwin (Glacier Peak) tech. fall Sienna Kuehn (Everett) 18-2; 130—Parker Lastala (Glacier Peak) dec. Hannah Hader (Glacier Peak) 4-0; 135—Mariah Fulgenzi (Stanwood) pinned Abby Tveit (Shorewood) 1:48; 140—Amailee Niz (Yelm) pinned Chloe Cahan (Snohomish) 1:17; 145—Izzy Crave (Shorewood) pinned Jay Ledezma (Snohomish) 4:39; 170—Gabby Cortes (Mount Baker) pinned Abbi Chishungu (Shorewood) 1:51; 235—Mia Cienga (Everett) pinned Tai-Elisabeth Henry (Spanaway Lake) 1:54.

Emerald Sound Conference Tournament

At Sultan H.S.

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Seattle Academy 77, 2. Sultan 24, 4. Granite Falls 9.

Finals involving locals: 105-110—Farah Melang (Seattle Academy) pinned Jasmine VerHueul 1:41; 115-120—Margaret Vonderhorst (Granite Falls) pinned Kya Lee (Seattle Academy) 1:54.

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