Prep roundup for Thursday, Dec. 7

Prep results for Thursday, Dec. 7:

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


Wesco 3A/2A

Shorewood 58, Meadowdale 49

SHORELINE — Jaden Marlow had 17 points and six rebounds, Nate Burkwell stuffed the stat sheet eight points, seven rebounds, six blocks and three assists, and the Stormrays bested the Mavericks in a Wesco 3A/2A game.

Tommy Moles added 10 points for Shorewood (3-0 overall, 2-0 Wesco 3A/2A).

Tate Lynch led a balanced effort with 11 points and Avery Pelote, Noah Million and Halil Botley each added 10 points for Meadowdale (1-3, 0-2).

Monroe 62, Lynnwood 44

MONROE — Dylan Hall led four players in double figures with 17 points, leading the Bearcats over the Royals in the Wesco 3A/2A game.

Kieren Greear and Wyatt Prohn each added 13 points and Noah Giaconi scored 12 for Monroe (3-0 overall, 2-0 Wesco 3A/2A).

Brandon Arceo scored 18 to lead Lynnwood (0-4, 0-2).

Stanwood 56, Cascade 47

STANWOOD — John Floyd netted 22 points and the Spartans made a living at the free-throw line in a Wesco 3A/2A victory over the Bruins.

Cole Williams added 11 points and Max Mayo chipped in nine for Stanwood (2-0 overall, 2-0 league), which made 21 of 22 free throws, including 9-of-10 by Williams and 7-of-7 for Floyd.

Aidan Kopra scored 22 points and Mason Zimmeran had 11 to pace Cascade (2-2, 0-2).

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Shorecrest 45, Archbishop Murphy 39

Northwest Conference

Lynden 57, Lakewood 43

LYNDEN — Ben Rucker scored a game-high 17 points, but Cougars couldn’t overcome a slow start against the Lions in Northwest Conference play.

Caleb Greenland added seven points for Lakewood (1-2 overall, 1-1 league).

Anthony Canales and Brant Heppner netted 16 points apiece to lead Lynden (3-0, 2-0), which grabbed an 18-1 lead after the first quarter.


Glacier Peak 83, Bothell 57

BOTHELL — Jo Lee set a single-game program record with 49 points to lead the Grizzlies past the Cougars in a non-league tilt.

Lee scored 18 of his points in the first quarter, finished with five made 3-pointers and went 16 of 18 at the free-throw line en route to his record-setting performance. Sam Waldow added 10 points and Jayce Nelson chipped in seven for the Grizzlies (4-0).

Jaylen Mclaughlin had 14 points and Kingston Mclaughlin netted 12 for Bothell (0-2).

Darrington 54, Crosspoint 47

DARRINGTON — Hunter Anderson scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Loggers past the Warriors.

Mikey Soito added 11 points and Cooper Green chipped in eight for Darrington (2-1).

JT Keene led Crosspoint (0-3) with 14 points.

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Wesco 3A/2A

Archbishop Murphy 81, Shorecrest 50

SHORELINE — Ava Marr and Brooke Blachly combined for 51 points to lead the Wildcats past the Scots in Wesco 3A/2A action.

Marr poured in a game-high 27 points and Blachly netted 24 and made 3-pointers. Kayla Hookfin added 11 points and Ashley Fletcher chipped in 10 for Archbishop Murphy (3-2 overall, 1-0 league), which led 45-20 at the half.

Cassie Chesnut scored 21 points and seven others netted three or more for Shorecrest (3-1, 1-1).

Lynnwood 74, Monroe 47

BOTHELL — Kayla Lorenz led a balanced attack with 19 points and the Royals topped the Bearcats in a Wesco 3A/2A contest.

Teyah Clark scored 14 points, Aniya Hooker registered 13 and Joeclyn Tamayo and Ena Dodik chipped in nine apiece for Lynnwood (4-0 overall, 2-0 league).

Mya Mercille netted 17 points and Halle Keller added eight for Monroe (2-3, 0-2).

Everett 63, Cedarcrest 45

DUVALL — Alana Washington poured in a game-high 25 points and the Seagulls earned a Wesco 3A/2A victory over the Red Wolves.

Mae Washington added 15 points for Everett (3-1 overall, 2-0 league).

Kiki Anderson led Cedarcrest (0-4, 0-2) with 20 points.

Northwest Conference

Lynden 69, Lakewood 20

ARLINGTON — The Cougars fell to the Lions in a Northwest Conference matchup.

Leiana Riveira and Alaina Jones scored six points apiece for Lakewood (1-2 overall, 0-2 league).

Lynden improved to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in league.


Blaine 58, Cascade 23

BLAINE — The Bruins fell in a non-league game against the Borderites.

Sally Sylla scored 10 points and Kiley Osbjornsen added six for Cascade (1-3).

Teia Dabe scored a game-high 19 points and Jordyn Vezzetti had 16 for Blaine (3-0).

Crosspoint 56, Darrington 13

BREMERTON — The Loggers fell to the Warriors in a non-league game.

Allie Cochran led Darrington (1-2) with five points.

Anna Kuske scored 12 points to pace Crosspoint (3-0).

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Lakewood 60, Cascade 18

At Cascade H.S.

215—Jimmy Conklin (L) pinned Liam Duong (C) 1:45; 285—Daron Rainey (C) won by forfeit; 106—Double forfeit; 113—Preston Chao (C) won by forfeit; 120—Presley Solomon (L) pinned Kaidin Thomas :56; 126— Lucas Alva (L) pinned Jehsiah Smith :59; 132—Kingston LaRock (C) won by forfeit; 138—Taylor Brock (L) pinned Nour Qandeel :44; 144— John Valencia (L) pinned Ethan Tran 1:00; 150—Ethan Anderson (L) pinned Michael Savoy 1:47; 157— Connor Schueller (L) pinned Wen Zhang 1:53; 165—Christian Cave (L) pinned Hassan Al-Rubaie 4:32; 175—Bohdy Stokes (L) pinned AJ Marquez 4:52; 190—Kenny Conklin (L) pinned Fedhl Al-Mosawi 1:08.

Meadowdale 71, Monroe 6

At Glacier Peak H.S.

106—Mikey O’Neal (Mdw) won by forfeit; 113—Miguel Garcia (Mdw) pinned Casey Grantham 1:52; 120—Maddox Millikan (Mdw) pinned Jackson Daller 1:39; 126—Chris Ramirez (Mdw) tech. fall Porter Douglas 15-0; Palmer 132—Palmer (Mdw) pinned Romeo Waltermire 5:26; 138—Matt Sleipness (Mdw) pinned Xander Muller 1:33; 144—Luis Partida del Rosario (Mdw) won by forfeit; 157—Kayden Stedman (Mdw) won by forfeit; 165—Zollars (Mdw) won y forfeit; 175—Will Brundage (Mdw) won by forfeit; 175—Joseph Kruger (Mdw) won by forfeit; 190—Double forfeit; 215—Michael Carpenter (Mdw) pinned Tyler Kautzman :47; 285—Lukah Washburn (Mdw) won by forfeit.

Marysville Pilchuck 54, Darrington/Concrete 25

At Snohomish H.S.

126—Donte Luong (MP) pinned Coltin SanCartier :39; 132—Trenten Clark (D/C) pinned Brady Holliday; 138—Max Woodall (MP) pinned Conner Evans 1:40; 14r—Malakai Childress (MP) won by forfeit; 150—Emony Villa-Johnson (MP) pinned Brodie Nick :54; 157—Tanner O’Hara (MP) won by forfeit; 165—Milo Jones-Longstreet (MP) won by forfeit; 175—Danny Vergara (MP) pinned McKinlee Green 3:06; 190—Jakob Loften (D/C) pinned Donny Faulkner 2:50; 215—Aiden Markel (MP) pinned Harley H. :53; 285—Kade West (D/C) Santiago Jimenez 2:54; 106—Riley O’Neill (D/C) dec. Miguel Reyes 8-6; 113—Dylan Reeves (MP) won by forfeit; 120—Creed Wright maj. dec. Garrett Reeves 11-3.

Marysville Pilchuck 78, Cedarcrest 6

At Snohomish H.S.

132—Brady Holliday (MP) won by forfeit; 138—Max Woodall (MP) pinned Brady Saiah 5:16; 144—Malakai Childress (MP) pinned Justin Robert Bright 5:31; 150—Emony Villa-Johnson (MP) pinned Jake Backstrom :38; 157—Tanner O’Hara (MP) won by forfeit; 165—Milo Jones-Longstreet (MP) won by forfeit ; 175—Danny Vergara (MP) pinned Zander Cole; 190—Donny Faulkner (MP) pinned Zander Cole 1:36; 215—Aiden Markel (MP) won by forfeit; 285—Santiago Jimenez (MP) won by pin; 106—Allston Steere (C) wbf 3:00 Miguel Reyes; 113—Dylan Reeves (MP) won by forfeit; 120—Garrett Reeves (MP) pinned Benjamin Langley 5:48; 126—Donte Luong (MP) pinned Eleazar de la Cruz 1:15.

Arlington 39, Glacier Peak 33

At Glacier Peak H.S.

126—Myles Headley (GP) pinned Layton Taylor 2:58; 132— Atheer Alwadi (A) pinned Declan Lastala 5:16; 138—Beau Gudde (A) pinned Jake Allison 3:19; 144—Chase Deberry (A) maj. dec. Alex Ibarra 12-3; 150—Dayton Fitzgibbon (A) maj. dec. Callan Childs 21-10; 157—Gil Mossburg (GP) dec. Tre Haines 6-4; 165—Dustin Baxter (A) maj. dec. Colin Edmonds 11-3; 175—Cole Cannell (A) pinned John Allison 3:34; 190—Holden Strande (A) pinned Kaleb Owens 2:35; 215—Dane Chapman (GP) pinned Scott Smith 0:44; 285-Connor Aney (GP) pinned Colby Legendre 1:02; 106—Curtis Warner (A) dec. Kallel Dusenberry 9-2; 113-Rehan Takher (GP) pinned Brady Hopp 4:48; 120—Kenneth Nget (GP) pinned Mason Boardley 0:58.

Glacier Peak 81, Monroe 0

At Glacier Peak H.S.

120-Kenneth Nget (GP) won by forfeit; 126—Myles Headley (GP) won by forfeit; 132—Declan Lastala (GP) pinned Casey Grantham 3:38; 138—Jake Allison (GP) pinned Jackson Dalke 0:38; 144-London Owens (GP) pinned Porter Douglas 2:13; 150-Callan Childs (GP) pinned Romeo Smith-Waltermire 1:20; 157—Gil Mossburg (GP) pinned Xander Muller 0:33; 165-Colin Edmonds (GP) won by forfeit; 175— John Allison (GP) won by forfeit; 190—Kaleb Owens (GP) pinned Nels Ekman 0:43; 215—Dane Chapman (GP) won by forfeit; 285—J. Reed (GP) won by forfeit; 106—Kallel Dusenberry (GP) won by forfeit; 113—Rehan Takher (GP) dec. Michael Carpenter 16-10.

Lynnwood 58, Kamiak 21

At Kamiak H.S.

106—Topher N. (K) won by forfeit; 113—Dylan Por (L) won by forfeit; 120—Jonathan T. (K) pinned Darden Markokaj 3:00; 126—Ashton Myers (L) pinned Giovanni B. 3:17; 132-Eric Ly (L) maj. dec. Max Debolt 17-8; 138—Mateo Phillips (L) pinned Brian Flores 2:23; 144-Isiah Williams (K) pinned Bryason Ly 1:58; 150-Malik Tunkara (L) pinned Ian Park 2:50; 157—Caleb Gately (L) pinned Asher Hallow 0:18; 16—Nathan Williams (L) pinned Salhudeen K. 1:20; 175—Francisco Rodriguez (L) pinned Rodrigo G. 0:44; 190—Simon Ross (K) dec. Matthew Van 9-2; 215—John Manla (L) pinned Omar Mbowe 0:50; 285—Jerin Wilson (L) pinned Jamason S. 0:50.

Not all last names were provided for Kamiak

Lynnwood 46, Marysville Getchell 34

At Kamiak H.S.

106—Brock Browner (MG) won by forfeit; 113—Jacabo Turner (MG) pinned Dylan Por 0:27; 120—Roman Ruiz (MG) pinned Darden Markokaj 3:09; 126—Braedyn Clark (L) pinned Lexer Porras 3:17; 132—Eric Ly (L) maj. dec. Jacob Hoot 15-5; 138—Mateo Phillips () pinned Gabriel Elder 2:23; 144—Bryason Ly (L) pinned Gabriel Gabaldon 2:44; 150—Malik Tunkara (L) pinned Caleb Monro 2:27; 157—Ezra Steele (MG) pinned Caleb Gately 1:57; 165—Nathan Williams (L) pinned Malachi Loveless 1:50; 175—Sameul Gooch (MG) pinned Francisco Rodriguez 1:11; 190—Matthew Van (L) pinned Dalem Broody 2:25; 215—Caiden Kelkenberg (MG) maj. dec. John Manla 15-6; 285—Jerin Wilson (L) pinned Jaden Phillips 0:47.

Everett 45, Mountlake Terrace 23

At Jackson H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113: George Tracy (E) won by forfeit; 120—Josh Clarke (E) won by forfeit; 126—Ian Lorio (E) pinned Luke Swenson 1:17; 132—Robert Thorne dec. Ekanch Verma 2-0 (OT); 138—Moses Marsh (MT) maj. dec. Darey Pestana 14-5; 144—Jack Franklin (E) pinned Abdul Najib 3:04; 150—Isaac Williams (MT) maj. dec. Sam Tracy 12-3; 157—Cashton Moore (E) pinned Titus Swett 3:26; 165—Alex Buiukli (E) pinned Oscar Gonzalez 0:47; 175—Owen Boswell (MT) dec. Phoenix Monohan 7-3; 190—Logan Armstrong (MT) pinned Maxton Gaiton 2:31; 215—Eli Swett (MT) pinned Dominic Huber 3:16; 285—Hollis Bontrager (E) won by forfeit.

Everett 42, Jackson 34

At Jackson H.S.

106—Talon Pyle (J) won by forfeit. 113—George Tracy (E) pinned Aaron Estaban 5:14; 120—Brain Nguyen (J) maj. dec. Ian Lorio 11-0; 126—Robert Thorne (E) pinned Thomas Casepenik 3:36; 132—Brian Chantha (J) dec. Darey Pestana 8-2; 138—Jack Franklin (E) pinned Weston Moore 1:42; 144—Sam Tracy (E) pinned Damek Majrle 2:45; 150—Cashton Moore (E) pinned Benjamin Weelyus 0:44; 157—Steven Gonzalez (J) pinned Carter Lopez 0:41; 165—Alex Buiukli (E) pinned Tony Gazar 5:59; 175—Grayson James (J) pinned Eli Solheim 1:42; 190—Damien Smith (J) pinned Maxton Gaiton 3:35; 215—Michael Finerty (J) dec. Dominic Huber 9-7 (OT); 285—Hollis Bontrager (E) pinned Natrian Brooks 4:55.

Shorewood 42, Kamiak 39

At Kamiak H.S.

138—Masa Taura (SW) pinned Brian Flores 3:56; 144—Isiah William (K) dec. Rock Harris; 150—Sky Klein (SW) pinned Tison Cao; 157—James Nottingham (SW) pinned Asher Hollow; 165—Salhudeen Kakhat (K) pinned Oli Dalan; 175—Nathaniel Hernandez (SW) pinned Rodrigo Gatico; 190—Mak Kanzler (SW) pinned Simon Ross; 215—Brody Schmid (SW) pinned Omar Mbowe; 285—Jameson Sheonstrup (K) pinned Ben Jenkins; 106—Topher Nelson (K) pinned Finn Greenleaf; 113—Emiliano Olivera (SW) won by forfeit; 120—Jonathan Trudsell (K) pinned Melyk Valencia; 126—Gio Besson (K) pinned Eli Jeppsen;132—Max Debolt (K) pinned Matbeal Dinka.

Shorewood 54, Marysville Getchell 27

At Kamiak H.S.

144—Rock Harris (SW) pinned Gabriel Gabaldon; 150—Sky Klein (SW) pinned Caleb Monro; 157—Ezra Steele (MG) dec. James Nottingham; 165—Oli Dalan (SW) pinned Malachi Loveless; 175—Samuel Gooch (MG) pinned Nathaniel Hernandez; 190—Mak Kanzler (SW) pinned Salem Brady; 215—Caiden Kelkenberg (MG) pinned Brody Schmid; 285—Jaden Phillips (MG) pinned Ben Jenkins; 106—Finn Greenleaf (SW) pinned Brock Brower; 113—Emi Olivera (SW) pinned Jacob Turner; 120—Melyk Valencia (SW) pinned Roman Ruiz; 126—Eli Jeppsen (SW) pinned Lexer Porras; 132—Jacob Hoot (MG) pinned Matbeal Dinka; 138—Masa Taura (SW) pinned Gabriel Elder.

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Snohomish 63, Cedarcrest 18

Snohomish 69, Concrete/Darrington 12

Jackson 57, Mountlake Terrace 24

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Arlington, Cedarcrest, Edmonds-Woodway, Everett, Glacier Peak, Lynnwood, Marysville Getchell, Marysville Pilchuck, Meadowdale at Meadowdale H.S., 5:15 p.m.

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Wesco North

Snohomish 110, Archbishop Murphy 55; Glacier Peak 129, Archbishop Murphy 42

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

200 medley relay—Glacier Peak (Noah Wynder, Camon Mann, Lorenzo Benavente, Aaron Eppler) 1:58.19; 200 freestyle—Connor Colloton (S) 1:53.33; 200 individual medley—Benavente (GP) 2:27.21; 50 freestyle—Brendan Gaffney (GP) 24.57; Diving—Trevor Abramson (AM) 143.65; 100 butterfly—Owen Collins (S) 55.96; 100 butterfly—Collins (S) 55.96; 100 freestyle—Kaiu Taylor (GP) 50.34; 500 freestyle—Brock Showalter (GP) 5:28.09; 200 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Colloton, Reiko Swift, Judah Harms, Collins) 1:39.14; 100 backstroke—Colloton (S) 56.70; 100 breaststroke—Collins (S) 1:03.36; 400 freestyle realy—Glacier Peak (Taylor, Showalter, Wynder, Gaffney) 3:41.20.

Lake Stevens 131, Stanwood 52

At Stanwood H.S.

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Wyatt Keith, Connor Weldon, Tavion Siu, Sebastian Erickson); 200 freestyle—Camden Blevins-Mohr (LS) 1:54.33; 200 individual medley—Lloyd Hau (S) 2:11.79; Diving—Owen Stults (LS) 151.90; 100 butterfly—Blevins-Mohr (LS) 54.06; 100 freestyle—Siu (LS) 53.40; 500 freestyle—Derek Oden (LS) 5:29.74; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Blevins-Mohr, Siu, Sebastian Santiago-Mendoza, Weldon) 1:37.27; 100 backstroke—Hunter Latham (LS) 1:03.75; 100 breaststroke—Weldon (LS) 1:05.53; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Blevins-Mohr, Keith, Latham, Samuel Lamb) 3:37.16.

Cascade 139, Marysville Pilchuck 6; Cascade 90, Marysville Getchell 73

At Everett YMCA

200 medley relay—Marysville Getchell (Eli Christensen, Allen Pringle, Lincoln Thompson, Ryker Lichtenberg) 1:52.86; 200 freestyle—Jacob Christy (MG) 2:04.55; 200 individual medley—Lichtenberg (MG) 2:21.19; 50 freestyle—Christensen (MG) 25.23; 100 butterfly—Trevor Krestel (C) 1:09.48; 100 freestyle—Yurii Onofriichuk (C) 51.60; 500 freestyle—Lichtenberg (MG) 5:34.84; 200 freestyle relay—Marysville Getchell (Christensen, Pringle, Cameron Leary, Christy) 1:45.98; 100 backstroke—Leary (MG) 1:06.79; 100 breaststroke—Onofriichuk (C) 1:02.77; 400 freestyle relay—Cascade (Robbie Saunders, Ethan Paul, Claran Dewing, Onofriichuk) 4:01.99.

Wesco South

Edmonds-Woodway 129, Mariner 37

At Lynnwood Pool

200 medley relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Liam Schell, Lennox Norenberg, Patrick Kotwis, Jude Wilcox) 1:53.44; 200 freestyle—Austin Chiu (EW) 2:17.17; 200 individual medley—Kotwis (EW) 2:17.25; 50 freestyle—Wilcox (EW) 25.12; 100 butterfly—Chiu (EW) 1:08.40; 100 freestyle—Norenberg (EW) 55.94; 500 freestyle—Kotwis (EW) 5:28.43; 200 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Wilcox, Martin Nguyen, Nico Menanno, Chiu) 1:47.63; 100 backstroke—Schell (EW) 1:14.15; 100 breaststroke—Finn Angel (EW) 1:20.36; 400 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Kotwis, Angel, Schell, Norenberg) 4:06.49.

Shorecrest 118, Kamiak 68

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Shorecrest (Ian Reece, Porter Lewis, Kason Kirkpatrick, Tristan Serrano) 1:42.37; 200 freestyle relay—Colton Stoecker (SC) 1:46.18; 200 individual medley—Reece (SC) 2:06.85; 50 freestyle—Serrano (SC) 23.44; 100 butterfly—Kirkpatrick (SC) 54.54; 100 freestyle—Serrano (SC) 51.04; 500 freestyle—Stoecker (SC) 4:47.95; 200 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Serrano, Stoecker, Reece, Kirkpatrick) 1:31.05; 100 backstroke—Danny Stephenson (SC) 1:00.73; 100 breaststroke—Reece (SC) 1:03.24; 400 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Evan Thompson, Stoecker, Zander Muilenburg, Edison Phillips) 3:31.53.

Shorewood 104, Jackson 79

At West Coast Aquatics

200 medley relay—Jackson (Vyron Domingo, Ethan Chen-Park, Preston Ruitjers, Ethan Georgiev) 1:38.93; 200 freestyle—Georgiev (J) 1:51.49; 200 individual medley—Domingo (J) 1:59.63; 50 freestyle—Larson Buchholz (SW) 23.23; Diving—George Clark (SW) 130.40; 100 butterfly—Buchholz (SW) 55.29; 100 freestyle—Georgiev (J) 48.33; 500 freestyle—Nolan Thai (J) 5:19.54; 200 freestyle relay—Jackson (Domingo, Chen-Park, Thai, Georgiev) 1:31.40; 100 backstroke—Domingo (J) 53.72; 100 breaststroke—Ethan Chen-Parks (J) 1:04.76; 400 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Buchholz, Ben Allen, Andrew Mitchell, Colin Bell) 3:27.61.

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