Prep roundup for Tuesday, Jan. 24

Prep roundup for Tuesday, Jan. 24:

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


Wesco 4A

Lake Stevens 62, Glacier Peak 52

LAKE STEVENS — Tyson Eyman powered the Lake Stevens offense with 32 points, including four 3-pointers, and the Vikings earned a win over Glacier Peak to remain at the top of the league standings.

Marshall Adams scored 14 points, and Maddox Preder and Easton Gasser added five each for Lake Stevens (11-6, 4-2 Wesco 4A).

Jo Lee scored a team-high 17 points, Trey Leckner had 16 and Nate Spang chipped in seven for Glacier Peak (9-6, 2-3).

Wesco 3A/2A

Lynnwood 51, Meadowdale 44

LYNNWOOD — Cimaryus Sterling scored 16 points and added four assists and three steals to help Lynnwood to a league win over Meadowdale.

Jordan Whittle had 12 points and eight rebounds, and Jace Hampson added seven points and six steals for Lynnwood (6-11, 3-9 Wesco 3A/2A).

Malik Robinson had 12 points and six rebounds, and Jaymon Wright added six points and eight assists for Meadowdale (6-11, 2-10).

Arlington 69, Stanwood 48

STANWOOD — David Zachman dominated with 36 points, including three 3-pointers, to power Arlington to a league win over rival Stanwood.

Leyton Martin scored 12 points and Jacoby Falor chipped in six for Arlington (14-2, 11-1 Wesco 3A/2A), which kept pace with Mountlake Terrace at the top of the league standings.

Max Mayo scored 14 points, Owen Thayer added 11 and John Floyd chipped in 10 for Stanwood (13-4, 8-4).

Snohomish 66, Cascade 60

EVERETT — Jason Roth scored a game-high 28 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter as Snohomish rallied from a five-point deficit to earn a league win over Cascade.

Drew Davis scored 20 points and Amari Biggs added 11 for Snohomish (7-9, 5-7 Wesco 3A/2A), which outscored the Bruins 22-11 in the final quarter.

Devin Gilbert scored 20 points, Aidan Kopra added 15 and Nate Lagutang chipped in 12 for Cascade (5-11, 2-10).

Everett 60, Archbishop Murphy 58

EVERETT — Danny Savovic scored a game-high 22 points as Everett held off a late rally from Archbishop Murphy for a close league win.

Isaiah White scored 15 points and Hayden Conaxis added seven for Everett (11-6, 9-3 Wesco 3A/2A), which built a seven-point lead entering the fourth quarter before pulling out the two-point win.

Abdul Cham scored 14 points, Cade Galbraith added 13 and Jack Sievers chipped in 11 for Archbishop Murphy (5-12, 4-8).

Mountlake Terrace 65, Edmonds-Woodway 47

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Chris Meegan scored a game-high 18 points and Mountlake Terrace beat Edmonds-Woodway for its ninth straight win.

Zaveon Jones scored 14 points, Jaxon Dubiel added 11 and Svayjeet Singh chipped in 10 for Mountlake Terrace (13-4, 11-1 Wesco 3A/2A), which kept pace with Arlington at the top of the league standings.

Drew Warner scored 16 points, and Ben Hanson and Steven Warren Jr. added seven each for Edmonds-Woodway (6-11, 3-9).

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Shorewood 60, Marysville Pilchuck 55

Northwest Conference

Lynden Christian 71, Lakewood 50

LYNDEN — Caleb Greenland scored a team-high 18 points, but Lynden Christian used a 31-point third quarter and pulled away for a league win over Lakewood.

Mason Weller scored 13 points and Benjamin Rucker added 12 for Lakewood (8-9, 5-6 Northwest Conference).

Jeremiah Wright scored a team-high 18 points for Lynden Christian (15-2, 9-2).

Emerald Sound Conference

Sultan 78, Bush 50

SEATTLE — Toby Trichler poured in 32 points and made four 3-pointers to lead Sultan to a league win over Bush.

Eli Trichler scored 10 points, Westin Galle added nine aqnd Mathew Agnew chipped in seven for Sultan (13-2, 8-1 Emerald Sound).

Paul Hutchison scored 27 points and made six 3-pointers for Bush (5-9, 2-8).

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University Prep 62, Granite Falls 41

Northwest 1B

Providence Classical Christian 37, Cedar Park Christian (Lynnwood) 32

Tulalip Heritage 66, Shoreline Christian 39

Grace Academy 51, Fellowship Christian 46

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Stanwood 116, Lynnwood 50

At Stanwood-Camano YMCA

200 medley relay—Stanwood (Trip Schreiber, Lloyd Hau, Rory Polson, Malcolm Childs) 1:53.59; 200 freestyle—Nolan Tyler (L) 2:01.58; 200 individual medley—Alex Lee (L) 2:20.83; 50 freestyle—Hau (S) 24.87; 100 butterfly—Polson (S) 1:05.37; 100 freestyle—Childs (S) 55.87; 500 freestyle—Tyler (L) 5:29.43; 200 freestyle relay—Stanwood (Riley Tallquist, Gavin Plano, Luke Palaniuk, Polson) 1:46.33; 100 backstroke—Lee (L) 1:01.22; 100 breaststroke—Plano (S) 1:17.73; 400 freestyle relay—Stanwood (Tallquist, Keith Olson, Childs, Hau) 3:56.25.

Lake Stevens 151, Everett 28; Lake Stevens 148, Archbishop Murphy 32; Archbishop Murphy 78, Everett 64

At Lake Stevens H.S.

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Laird Marlatt, Garrett Chesley, Reece Gerhart, Connor Weldon) 1:52.34; 200 freestyle—Camden Blevins-Mohr (LS) 1:57.50; 200 individual medley—Marlatt (LS) 2:15.96; 50 freestyle—Coren Coe (LS) 24.07; Diving—Owen Stults (LS) 165.70; 100 butterfly—Chesley (LS) 54.66; 100 freestyle—Blevins-Mohr (LS) 51.99; 500 freestyle—Gerhart (LS) 5:49.01; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Seth Haack, Sam Lamb, Kyle Schwenke, Blevins-Mohr) 1:43.13; 100 backstroke—Chesley (LS) 56.60; 100 breaststroke—Marlatt (LS) 1:08.93; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Lamb, Tavion Siu, Hunter Latham, Marlatt) 3:39.52.

Kamiak 130, Edmonds-Woodway 53

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Kamiak (Ryan Chai, Lawrence Wang, Giovanni Baez, Jack Fast) 1:50.78; 200 freestyle—Tsuyoshi Kameda (K) 1:56.72; 200 individual medley—Isaac Dovinh (K) 2:21.58; 50 freestyle—Mate Pallos (EW) 23.50; Diving—Eli Farmer (K) 183.25; 100 butterfly—Kameda (K) 55.35; 100 freestyle—Wang (K) 52.43; 500 freestyle—Bryan Zi Wong (K) 5:16.12; 200 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Fast, Dante Weerasooriya, Wang, Kameda) 1:37.58; 100 backstroke—Pallos (EW) 59.07; 100 breaststroke—Wang (K) 1:08.68; 400 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Luke Garcia, Brian Park, Baez, Kameda) 3:48.59.

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Mariner vs. Meadowdale at Lynnwood Pool, results not reported

Snohomish vs. Glacier Peak at Snohomish Aquatic Center, results not reported

Monroe, Maryville Getchell, Marysville Pilchuck at Marsyville Pilchuck H.S., results not reported

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Everett 51, Cascade 27

At Everett H.S.

106—Josh Clark (E) won by forfeit; 113—Ian Lorio (E) pinned Agustine Dang :46; 120—Sam Tracy (E) pinned Dolan Berdahl 3:21; 126—Hector Cabrera (E) pinned Raj Brar :52; 132—Elias Tracy (E) pinned Miguel Zavala :48; 138—EH Htoo (E) pinned Matthew Barclay :32; 145—Devyn Chan (C) pinned Jack Franklin 1:21; 152—Hassan Al-Robai (C) dec. Eli Solheim 11-9; 160—AJ Marquez (C) pinned Maxton Gaitan 2:34; 170—Xandir Grauman (E) dec. Elias Luba 3-2; 182—Juan Ramirez (C) pinned Acelin Garton 2:25; 195—Jase Caveny (E) pinned Javan McClain :41; 220—Hollis Bontrager (E) pinned Fedhl Al-Mosawi; 285—Daron Rainey (C) pinned Dominic Huber 1:36.

Note: Everett boys wrestling coach Brien Elliott notched his 200th career win in the match.

Monroe 54, Marysville Getchell 30

At Marysville Getchell H.S.

106—Aiden Shpley (Mon.) won by forfeit; 113—William Carpenter (Mon.) pinned Jacob Turner :15; 120—Sebastian Ferrell (Mon.) won by forfeit; 126—Payton Dhoore (Mon.) won by forfeit; 132—Keana Primacio (Mon.) pinned James Murrillo 3:20; 138—Isaac Bustamante Minshall (Mon.) won by forfeit; 145—Ezra Steele (MG) pinned. Ean Fraser 1:41; 152—Mason Fitzwater (Mon.) pinned Jaysic Homchampa 1:59; 160—Talon Carswell (Mon.) pinnedJulian Salcedo :11; 170—Heber George (Mon.) pinned Devin Mcgavran 1:19; 182—Edwin Duenas (MG) won by forfeit; 195—Landen Weil (MG) won by forfeit; 220—Abraham Casteneda (MG) won by forfeit; 285—Jaden Phillips (MG) won by forfeit.

Stanwood 45, Arlington 28

At Arlington H.S.

106—Marc Hruschka (S) pinned Mason Boardley :26; 113—AJ Dorchak (A) pinned Soren Andersen 4:34; 120—Aven Andersen (S) pinned Atheer Alwadi 1:59; 126—Beau Gudde (A) dec. Bryan Roodzant 7-5; 132—Keaton Mayernik (S) pinned Kane Odenius :40; 138—Lane Ovenell (S) pinned Chase Deberry 1:31; 145—Tyler Rhue (S) dec. Tre Haines 4-2, SV: 152—Jack Mani (A) maj. dec. Canyon Bumgarner 17-8; 160—Cole Canell (A) pinned Bryson Finch 3:30; 170—Dustin Baxter (A) dec. Ryder Bumgarner 4-3, SV; 182—Carter Kinney (S) pinned Roderick Bernardo 1:16; 195—Mason Ferguson (S) pinned Holden Strande 5:28; 220—Elijah Fleck (S) pinned Isaiah Evans 3:34; 285—Ameer Alvadi (A) pinned Will Kallock :58.

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Jackson 44, Mariner 30

At Jackson H.S.

285—Dominick Guzman (M) dec. Nathan Brooks 6-1; 106—Aaron Esteban (J) won by forfeit; 113—Brian Nguyen (J) won by forfeit; 120—Alejandro Parra (M) pinned Thomas Casparek 3:27; 126—Bryan Chantha (J) maj. dec. Estevan Perez 12-0; 132—Gregory Stuart (M) pinned Daymek Majerle 3:42; 138—Noel Cerceres (M) pinned Tony Guizar :39; 145—Ken Larson Jr. (M) pinned Julian Sahagun 5:05; 152—Carson Gilbert (J) won by forfeit; 160—Grayson James (J) pinned Brayden Chaput :52; 170—Steven Gonzalez (J) pinned Sean Anker :52; 182—Jacar Harris (J) pinned Anthony Martone 1:34; 195—Anil Suzan (M) won by dec. 8-3; 220—Michael Finnerty (J) dec. Riley Madsen 8-5.

Edmonds-Woodway 48, Shorewood 33

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

160—Mak Kanzler (SW) pinned Sergio Lopez 2:53; 170—Danny Vazquez (EW) pinned Nathaniel Hernandez 4:58; 182—Alberto Solano (SW) pinned Ever Yamada :26; 195—Reed Burmaster (EW) pinned Matt Burns 2:47; 220—Hunter Tibodeau (SW) pinned Mika Serafinas :45; 285—Milan Johnson (SW) pinned Edson Belizaire :47; 106—Jude Haines (EW) won by forfeit; 113—AP Tran (EW) pinned Owen Mulder 1:28; 120—Dominic Hansen (EW) pinned Finn Bachler :58; 126—Masa Taura (SW) pinned Dylan Rice 3:19; 132—Brian Ramirez (EW) pinned Sky Klein 3:25; 138—Jacob Ramos (EW) pinned James Nottingham 3:50; 145—Sam Schimpf (EW) pinned Quissett Sachs 5:47; 152—Isaac Van Horn (SW) dec. Liam Fitting 7-6.

Lynnwood 52, Mountlake Terrace 25

At Lynnwood H.S.

106—Phillipe Ban (L) won by forfeit; 113—Ashton Myers (L) won by forfeit; 120—Braedyn Clark (L) won by forfeit; 126—Brayan Nunez (L) won by forfeit; 132—Jack Bode (M) dec. Mateo Phillips 9-2; 138—Kayden Richman Myers (L) maj. dec. Isaac Williams 17-5; 145—Malachi Hashimoto (M) pinned Gabriel Robbins 1:13; 152—Nathan Williams (L) pinned Angelo Ipanaque 4:38; 160—Caden Connors (M) pinned Malik Tunkara 1:55; 170—Coby Sedy (M) maj. dec. Matthew Van 14-2; 182—Ryan Pineda (M) pinned Andy Chavez-Bautista 1:45 195—Jerome Hinton (L) won by forfeit; 220—Adrian Gau (L) pinned Ahmadjon Ibrohimov :48; 285—Dylan White (L) won by forfeit.

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Lake Stevens 72, Kamiak 6

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Wesco 3A/2A

Snohomish 46, Cascade 37

SNOHOMISH — Sienna Capelli scored a team-high 19 points, including three 3-pointers, as Snohomish earned a league win over Cascade.

Catherine Green scored 10 points and Cora Larson chipped in seven for Snohomish (12-5, 9-3 Wesco 3A/2A).

Abby Surowiec scored 11 points and Claire Mitchell added eight for Cascade (2-14, 1-11).

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Monroe 63, Marysville Getchell 51

Shorecrest 53, Cedarcrest 28

Shorewood 48, Marysville Pilchuck 10

Northwest Conference

Lynden Christian 77, Lakewood 33

Emerald Sound Conference

Sultan 41, Bush 36

SULTAN — Cascadia Yates led the way with 16 points as Sultan pulled out a close league win over Bush.

Shyann Rylah scored 14 points and Ranah Rylah chipped in five for Sultan (9-8, 7-3 Emerald Sound).

Sanvi Agarwal scored a game-high 20 points for Bush (3-12, 0-10).

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Granite Falls 45, University Prep 31

Northwest 1B

Cedar Park Christian (Lynnwood) 30, Providence Classical Christian 21

Tulalip Heritage 37, Shoreline Christian 20

Sound Christian Academy 35, Grace Academy 34

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District 1 Tournament at Riverside Lanes, results not reported

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Arlington 48, Stanwood 30

At Arlington H.S.

120—Danielle Crew (A) pinned Signe Cairus 3:09; 125—Jasia Zaffarano (S) pinned Alexia Ruiz 1:30; 130—Double forfeit; 135—Mariah Fulgenzi (S) pinned Hailey Latta 1:24; 140—Raina Allen (A) pinned Alaina Beard :35; 145—Katana Shields (S) won by forfeit; 155—Evangaline Baumbach (S) won by forfeit; 170—Elizabeth Williams (A) pinned Makayla Finch 3:49; 190—K. Williams (A) won by forfeit; 235—Janay Beckman (A) pinned Riley Ost 1:05; 100—A. Crew (A) pinned Sydney Wiegand 1:59; 105—K. Swanson (A) won by forfeit; 110—S. Gonzales (A) won by forfeit; 115—Laela Ridgeway (S) pinned Kyla Brown :59.

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