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Prep roundup for Thursday, Dec. 28

Prep roundup for Thursday, Dec. 28:

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

BOYS BASKETBALL

Non-League

Everett 54, Olympia 50

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Isaiah White poured in a game-high 23 points on his way to joining the 1,000-point club, and the Seagulls held on for a tight win over the Bears at the Cactus Jam tournament.

White became the first Everett player to reach 1,000 career points since the 1994-95 season. Ty Bloomfield added 13 points and Sam Lawless had 11 for Everett (6-3), which trailed 41-40 entering the final period. Bloomfield and Lawless combined for 12 of the Seagulls’ 14 points in the fourth quarter.

Kingston Stanciu paced Olympia (6-2) with 17 points.

Jackson 69, Newport 46

BURIEN — The Timberwolves were victorious over the Knights in the Cloud 9 Christmas Classic Shootout, never trailing after any quarter.

Trey Hawkins had a team-high 15 points, Ryan McFerran added 13 and Colby Cooke chipped in 12 for Jackson (6-2).

Isaak Losoya scored 13 points and Jace Rainey 12 to lead Newport (0-8).

Edmonds-Woodway 57, Ingraham 36

EDMONDS — The Warriors speared the Rams in a non-league game.

Grant Williams scored a game-high 16 points for Edmonds-Woodway (5-4) and carded five rebounds and three steals. Julian Gray added 12 points, two assists, two rebounds and one steal. Workhorses Aiden Johansen and DJ Karl contributed nine points each with Johansen booking five assists, six rebounds and two steals and Karl three assists, four rebounds and one steal.

For Ingraham (7-4), Jeff Henley put up 12 points and had five rebounds and one steal. And teammate Torin Ege scored seven points and earned one assist, four rebounds, one block and one steal.

Cedarcrest 69, Burlington-Edison 63

BURLINGTON — The Red Wolves squeaked a win over the Tigers in a non-league game.

Cedarcrest’s Jack LeBlanc booked a game-high 29 points, connecting on six 3-pointers. Teammates Alex Amaral and Murphy Vliem carded 15 and 14 points, respectively.

For Burlington-Edison, Logan Heigert put up 22 points and Timophey Feskov 16.

Cedarcrest improves to 7-1, and Burlington-Edison drops to 4-6.

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Palm Springs (California) 66, Kamiak 46

Glacier Peak 43, Kentridge 37

Lakewood 75, Prosser 66

Steilacoom 76, Sultan 69

Cascade 63, Ferndale 62

Mountlake Terrace 81, Skyline 52

Mountain View vs. Stanwood at Palm Springs H.S. (California), score not reported

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Non-League

Union 49, Shorewood 33

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — The Titans beat the Stormrays in the semifinals of the Surf ‘N Slam tournament.

Rylie Gettmann led Shorewood scoring 10 points.

Rowyn Riley had a game-high 22 points for Union.

Competing in the girls “slam” division, Shorewood plays Alameda (California) for a chance at third place at 1:30 p.m.

Union faces Liberty, also a Washington school, in the championship at 3 p.m.

Edmonds-Woodway 73, Highline 19

HIGHLINE — The Warriors throttled the Pirates in a non-league game to snap a four-game losing streak.

Natalie Durbin put up a game-high 20 points and was one of 11 Edmonds-Woodway players to make a basket. Indira Carey-Boxley and Finley Wichers scored 10 points each, and Naomi Limb tallied nine for Edmonds-Woodway (4-6).

The Warriors travel to Snohomish on Jan. 2.

Stanwood 33, Meridian 23

MERIDIAN — The Spartans outlasted the Trojans in a non-league game.

Both teams were tied 6-6 entering the second quarter, but Stanwood (4-4) soon got out of reach from there.

Presley Harris scored in every quarter, leading the Spartans with 11 points, Ava DePew added seven and both Camrie Ingram and Stella Berrett contributed six.

Brooklyn Fuller led Meridian (2-5) with seven points.

King’s 63, Glacier Peak 56

GLACIER PEAK — Led by Kaleo Anderson who tallied a game-high 29 points, the Knights handed the Grizzlies their fourth straight loss.

Glacier Peak (2-8) led 31-25 at halftime and 51-43 at the end of the third quarter but managed just five points in the fourth quarter. King’s (4-6) netted 20 points in the fourth to grab the win.

Kaitlin Cramer scored 13 points and Claire Helton added 10 for the Knights.

Zoey Ritter had 19 points, Rikki Miller 14 and Marley Macris 10 for the Grizzlies.

King’s face a difficult Arlington opponent at home on Dec. 29.

Friday Harbor 46, Sultan 40

MERIDIAN — The Turks held a slim lead through the first three quarters, but Friday Harbor surged ahead in the fourth of a non-league game.

Ranah Rylah and Wendy Asper scored 12 points apiece to lead Sultan (3-5).

Vera Schoultz paced Friday Harbor (2-6) with a game-high 15 points.

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Crosspoint 74, Grace Academy 4

Arlington 35, Seattle Prep 34

West Valley (Yakima) 70, Jackson 42

Decatur 40, Lynnwood 36

Snohomish 51, Olympia 44

Mount Vernon 64, Mariner 43

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