Prep stars of the night for Saturday, Jan. 25

Prep stars of the night for Saturday, Jan. 25:

Cameron Stordahl, Marysville Pilchuck boys basketball

Stordahl, a senior, netted a game-high 27 points in the Tomahawks’ key Wesco 3A/2A win over Mountlake Terrace.

Kiley Hubby, Lake Stevens girls wrestling

Hubby, a senior ranked third in the state at 170 pounds by Washington Wrestling Report, pinned Snohomish’s Alycia Pidgeon, ranked fifth in the same weight class, in 1 minutes, 58 seconds to claim first at 170 pounds at the Lady Knights Invitational at Mariner High School.

Dorian Tollenaar, Arlington boys wrestling

Tollenaar earned Outstanding Wrestler honors at the Jaguar Invitational at Emerald Ridge High School after winning the 113-pound title with four victories by pin. Tollenaar’s pin in the championship came with just 3 seconds remaining in the match.

Alivia White, Marysville Pilchuck girls wrestling

White, a freshman ranked first at 190 pounds by Washington Wrestling Report, picked up a 7-3 decision over Snohomish Madi Marshall, ranked fifth in the same weight class, to earn first place at the Lady Knights Invitational.

Ryan Cote, Snohomish boys wrestling

Cote, a senior, received Outstanding Wrestler honores at the Jaguar Invitational for winning the 160-pound weight class with three pins and title-clinching 5-1 decision in the championship match.

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