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Prep roundup for Wednesday, Feb. 15

Prep roundup for Wednesday, Feb. 15:

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3A District 1 Tournament

Semifinals (winner to state)

Arlington 64, Shorecrest 53

MILL CREEK — The Arlington boys’ basketball team knew it would be in for another long showdown Wednesday in a rematch against a familiar top-tier Wesco 3A school in Shorecrest.

The Eagles knocked off the Scots, 61-50, their second-straight win over Shorecrest in a month, only this time the stakes were higher as No. 2 Arlington advanced to the 3A District 1 Tournament championship game and clinched its second-straight state berth.

The Eagles (18-4) will face first-seeded Mountlake Terrace at 8 p.m. on at Everett Community College. Shorecrest plays at 4:45 p.m. Friday against Everett in a winner-to-state, non-elimination game.

Arlington senior forward David Zachman scored a game-high 27 points and added six rebounds to lead the way and breakout sophomore guard Leyton Martin pitched in a double-double with 14 points, 10 rebounds and added five assists to boot.

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Mountlake Terrace 74, Mountlake Terrace 60

MILL CREEK — All season long, Mountlake Terrace has shown its ability to contribute up and down the roster. On any given night, it’s hard to guess which Hawk will step up and make the biggest impact. On Wednesday night at Jackson High School, many of them showed up across the board.

Terrace beat Mount Vernon 74-60 in a District 1 3A semifinal game to clinch a state tournament bid, advancing to the district final against Arlington on Saturday, which will take place at 8 p.m. at Everett Community College.

In a slugfest of a matchup against the Bulldogs of Mount Vernon (17-6), the Hawks (17-5), came out gunning as a unit as they built a 20-6 lead by the end of the opening quarter.

Six different Terrace players scored in the first, with sophomore post Svayjeet Singh doing most of his work in the frame, when he scored all six of his points, adding five of his 11 total rebounds.

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Consolation (loser out)

Everett 63, Monroe 57

MONROE — Mohamed Juma nailed a key late 3-pointer to ice it and eighth-seeded Everett hit the road and upset No. 4 Monroe in a loser-out consolation game of the 3A District 1 Tournament.

Juma finished with six points on a pair of 3s and six rebounds, Isaiah White scored a team-high 24 points and added seven rebounds, and Hayden Conaxis chipped in six points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks for Everett (14-9), which will take on No. 3 Shorecrest in a winner-to-state, non-elimination game on Friday at Everett Community College.

Steve Kuhnle Jr. scored 21 points, including five 3-pointers, Reid Schaeffer added 14 and Hayden Creswell chipped in 13 for Monroe, which ended its season with a 16-5 overall record.

Marysville Getchell 54, Stanwood 51

MARYSVILLE — Bubba Palacol scored 27 points, including six 3-pointers, and added four steals and sixth-seeded Marysville Getchell kept its season alive with a tense win over No. 7 Stanwood in a loser-out consolation game of the 3A District 1 Tournament.

Shawn Etheridge had nine points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals for Marysville Getchell (16-7), which will next face No. 5 Mount Vernon in a winner-to-state, non-elimination game on Friday at Everett Community College.

Max Mayo scored a team-high 22 points and John Floyd added 11 for Stanwood, which ended its season with a 16-7 overall record.

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2A District 1 Tournament

Consolation (loser out)

Archbishop Murphy 49, Squalicum 42

MOUNT VERNON — Fifth-seeded Archbishop Murphy staved off elimination with a win over No. 6 Squalicum in a consolation loser-out game of the 2A District 1 Tournament.

Archbishop Murphy (13-10) will face either No. 4 Anacortes or No. 3 Sehome in a winner-to-state, loser-out game on Friday at Mount Vernon High School.

Squalicum ended its season with an 11-12 overall record.

1A District 2 Tournament

Consolation (winner to state, loser to crossover game)

Sultan 47, Cedar Park Christian 35

SULTAN — Taylor Cushing scored a game-high 19 points and second-seeded Sultan clinched the first girls basketball state berth in program history with a win over No. 4 Cedar Park Christian in a consolation game of the 1A District 2 Tournament.

Cascadia Yates scored 16 points and Faith Anderson added six for Sultan (13-9), which avoided having to traverse the difficult District 1/2 crossovers games for a ticket to state.

Olivia Decker scored a team-high 12 points for Cedar Park Christian (11-12), which will have to face Lynden Christian from District 1 in a winner-to-state, loser-out game on Saturday at King’s High School.

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