Prep roundup: Marysville-Pilchuck avoids upset in girls basketball

STANWOOD — The Marysville-Pilchuck girls basketball team went on a 17-2 scoring run the last six minutes of regulation, capping a 50-39 Wesco North win and avoiding a Stanwood upset Tuesday night at Stanwood high school.

Stanwood held a 34-33 lead and drained a 3-pointer to take a four-point lead, but then the Tomahawks poured it on.

Andi Adams hit a 3 to cut into the lead, and Becca Lentz hit another 3 to take the lead. Adams later connected on all four of her free throw attempts.

“Those were the two big shots,” Stanwood head coach Dennis Kloke said of the big momentum shift by the two 3-pointers late in the game for M-P. “Then they hit the free throws down the stretch.”

M-P had a decisive advantage from the foul line, with 23 attempts compared to only four from the Spartans.

At Stanwood H.S.

Marysville-Pilchuck1491017—50

Stanwood115185—39

Marysville-Pilchuck—Oden 2, Lentz 4, Martinis 5, Adams 14, Peterson 4, Watson 3, Heckendorf 10, Enberg 8. Stanwood—Shaughnessy 4, Duncan 0, Titus 3, Bingham 7, Murphy 2, Borseth 2, Kelleigh 16, Swartz 5, Wayland. 3-point goals—Lentz 1, Martinis 1, Adams 1, Titus, Bingham 1, Kelleigh 4, Swartz 1. Records—Marysville-Pilchuck 12-2 league, 14-4 overall. Stanwood 4-9, 6-11.

Cedarcrest 53, South Whidbey 43: At Duvall, A.C. Den Hartog scored 23 points and added 14 rebound as Cedarcrest took a Cascade Conference win. Hanna Smythe had nine points and seven rebounds for Cedarcrest. Cayla Calderwood scored a team-high 20 points for South Whidbey.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

South Whidbey6101611—43

Cedarcrest176921—53

South Whidbey—Calderwood 20, Alber 4, O’Sullivan 10, Prosch 6, Manca, Brown 0, Williams 0, Linehan 3. Cedarcrest—Den Hartog 23, Rouleau 5, Campbell 0, McKinney 3, Kramer 6, Stauffer 6, Hammontree 1, Smythe 9. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—South Whidbey 2-7 league, 2-13 overall. Cedarcrest 6-4, 7-9.

Granite Falls 32, Coupeville 30: At Granite Falls, Peyton Spencer scored 16 points to lead Granite Falls to the Cascade Conference win.

At Granite Fall H.S.

Coupeville58611—30

Granite Falls126410—32

Coupeville—K. Smith 6, Boyd 0, Rosenkrance 0, O’Keefe 8, M. Smith 9, Hesselgrave 2, Arnold 0, Manker 5. Granite Falls—Ogren 2, Spencer 16, Smith 0, Street 0, Alexander 4, Arndt 8, Hensley 0, Matalomani 0. 3-point goals—Smith 1. Records—Coupeville 5-6 league, 10-7 overall. Granite Falls 4-6, 5-11.

King’s 66, Lakewood 50: At Marysville, three players scored in double figures for King’s in a Cascade Conference win. Chrystle Clark had 13 points, 10 rebounds and six assist for Lakewood.

At Lakewood H.S.

King’s8211621—66

Lakewood1218416—50

King’s—Taylor 3, Berendsen 0, McConnaughey 13, Rasmussen 6, Storkson 14, Adams 7, Berg 0, Kirton 17, Barhanovich 4, Fairley 2. Lakewood—Raymond 2, Darrah 16, Clark 13, Wessell 8, Eby 2,Jensen 1, Mizell 8. 3-point goals—Taylor 1, Storkson 2, Darrah 3, Wessell 2. Records—King’s 6-5 league, 9-8 overall. Lakewood 0-9, 3-16.

Highland Christian 55, Tulalip Heritage 46: At Tulalip, Sarah Tuemmler scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as Highland Christian earned a Northwest 1B league win. Tulalip Heritage’s loss means Lummi secures a spot in the 2B Tri-district tournament.

At Tulalip Heritage H.S.

Highland Chr.13151116—55

Tulalip Heritage791416—46

Highland Christian—Brown 3, Diemer 10, Olin 17, Sykes 0, Titmus 1, Zimmerman 0, Sytsma 2, Tuemmler 20, Enge 2. Tulalip Heritage—Jimicum 0, Todd 0, Pierre 10, Barry, Jack 4, M. Fryberg 11, Villa 0, Enick 13, T. Fryberg 4, Hatch 4. 3-point goals—M. Fryberg 3, Enick 4, Tuemmler 1. Records—Highland Christian 6-4 league, 7-10 overall. Tulalip Heritage 3-6, 7-13.

Mount Vernon Christian 44, Shoreline Christian 17: At Mt. Vernon, Melanie Kuipers scored 15 points for Mount Vernon Christian in a Northwest 1A/2B league win. Meesha Hoskin scored seven points for Shoreline Christian.

At Mt. Vernon Christian H.S.

Shoreline Chr.4265—17

Mt. Vernon Chr.151298—44

Shoreline Christian—Anderson 1, Kredit 2, Hoskin 7, Odgers 0, Bakker 0, Call 0, Schneider 2, Ryder 0, Ott 5, Richards 0. Mt. Vernon Christian—Whitener 11, Brown 3, deHaan 4, Weidenbach 8, Kuipers 15, Brady, Carman 3. 3-point goals—Whitener 2, Kuipers 1, Carman 1, Ott 1. Records—Shoreline Christian 0-10 league, 3-16 overall. Mt. Vernon Christian 3-6, 6-9.

Boys swimming

Archbishop Murphy 92, Squalicum 91

At Arne Hannah Pool (Bellingham)

200 medley relay—Squalicum (Westy Summerton, Gus Evans, Mitchell Scott, Will Wadkins) 1:52.14; 200 freestyle—Alec Barnard (AM) 1:55.87*; 200 individual medley—R.D. Hunter (AM) 2:13.73*; 50 freestyle—Will Wadkins (S) 24.77; Diving—Brian Drake (S) 210.50; 100 butterfly—Alec Barnard (AM) 57.13*; 100 freestyle—Patrick Throckmorton (AM) 55.51; 500 freestyle—Philip Walczak (AM) 5:33.76; 200 freestyle relay—Squalicum 1:43.80; 100 backstroke—R.D. Hunter (AM) 1:01.64*; 100 breaststroke—Gus Evans (S) 1:09.73*; 400 freestyle relay—Archbishop Murphy (Alec Barnard, Nick Pursley, R.D. Hunter, Patrick Throckmorton) 3:39.16.*

Records—Archbishop Murphy 7-2 overall. Squalicum not reported. *—2A State qualifying time

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