Rally falls short for Mariner

EVERETT — Crystal Nybo scored nine of her 13 points in the fourth quarter to lead Woodinville to a 48-34 victory over Mariner in a non-league girls basketball game Monday night.

“(Woodinville) was able to execute in the fourth quarter and I think my kids just ran out of gas,” Mariner coach Corey Gibb said. “(Woodinville) converted their opportunities.”

A low-scoring first half ended with Woodinville leading 18-14. Mariner battled back to within three points at the end of the third, but Woodinville put the game away, outscoring Mariner 20-9 in the fourth quarter behind Nybo’s nine points.

Ho’okena Varde led Mariner with 12 points, and Kiara Collins added nine for the Marauders.

At Mariner H.S.



Woodinville — Wagner 16, Nybo 13, McComb 5, Frost 4, Shrout 2, Hale 2, Porter 4, Lavarias, Campbell 2. Mariner — Anderson, Aragon-Millard, Branham 5, Campos 1, Carter, Collins 9, Ruscha 1, Schmidt 6, Smith, Varde 12. 3-point goals — McComb 1, Wagner 1, Varde 2. JV score—Woodinville over Mariner. Records — Woodinville 3-1 overall. Mariner 1-3.

Nathan Hale 55, Granite Falls 33: At Granite Falls, Audrey Murphy had a team-high 13 points and seven rebounds but the Tigers couldn’t overcome Nathan Hale in the non-league contest.

At Granite Falls High School



Granite Falls—Goss 3, Jensen 4, Kramer 2, Murphy 13, Smith, Spencer, Wesala 2, Dudder 9. Nathan Hale—O’Leary 5, Wells 2, S. Burton 10, Tautolo 4, Mah 3, Hudson 4, Gray 9, Geiss 18, N. Burton, Seed. 3-point goals—O’Leary 1, Gray 1. JV score Nathan Hale 32, GF 24. Records—GF 1-2. NH 4-0.

Puget Sound Adventist 40, Highland Christian 38: At Kirkland, Chelsey Graber had a team-high 13 points for Highland Christian in the non-league game.

At Puget Sound Adventist H.S.



Highland Christian Prep — Hodges 4, Graber 13, K. Burrows 3, S. Burrows 8, Matson 2, Powell 3, Sande 2, K. Graber, Breekveldt 3. Puget Sound Adventist—Me. Cleveland 2, Ma. Cleveland 2, Westman 3, Hardesty 6, Vega 4, Mendoza 10, Manlie 3, Kay 10, Mirmotahari. 3-point goals — none. Records — Highland Christian 2-1 overall. PSA 2-1.

Shoreline Christian 47, Mt. Vernon Christian 19: At Mt. Vernon, Shoreline Christian took a 32-7 lead into halftime and held on for the Northwest 1A/2B League victory. Angela Woods just missed a triple-double with 11 points, 10 rebounds and nine steals to lead the Crusaders.

At Mt. Vernon Christian H.S.



Shoreline Christian — Barrick 8, Crichton 4, Daigneault 8, DeKoekkoek 7, Novion, Ott 7, Richards 2, Woods 11. MVC — Vanden Bosch 3, Dye 2, Lanting, Schloemer 1, Geertsma 6, Whitener 7, Childs. 3-point goals — Barrick 1, Woods 1, Vanden Bosch 1, Whitener 1. JV game—SC 51, MVC 28. Records — Shoreline Christian 1-0 league, 5-0 overall. MVC 0-1, 1-3.

Girls bowling

Everett 2, Jackson 1: At Everett, Andrea Hurley bowled games of 223 and 208 en route to a 587 series to lead Everett (12-6) past Jackson (14-4) at Glacier Lanes.

Baiba Rubenis rolled a 225 game and had a 581 series to lead Jackson. Teammate Aleeza Alvarez had a 493 series.

Cascade 3, Anacortes 0: At Everett, Breanne Mattson bowled games of 184 and 191 en route to a 542 series to lead Cascade (13-8) to a 3-0 victory over Anacortes (2-16) Monday at Glacier Lanes.

Boys basketball

Granite Falls 51, Concrete 48: At Granite Falls, the Tigers survived 21 fourth-quarter points from Daniel Schoolland, including four 3-pointers, to hold on for the non-league victory.

At Granite Falls H.S.


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Concrete — DeZarn, Fipps 2, Holm, Howell 2, Johnson, Massingale, McIntosh, Schoolland 30, Smith 11, Williams 3. Granite Falls — Beard 15, Boots 4, Hillery 12, Howard 4, Knudson, Ogren 6, Redman 2, Walker 5, Whitt 3, Campbell. 3-point goals — Smith 2, Schoolland 5, Ogren 1. Records — Concrete 0-2 overall. G. Falls 1-3.

Cedarcrest 73, Australian Travellers 63: At Duvall, Louie LaBate had 23 points and Matt Coltom added 19 to lead Cedarcrest to the non-league victory.

At Cedarcrest H.S.



Cedarcrest—Coltom 19, Cook 12, Corpus, Cu. Hammontree 14, Cl. Hammontree, LaBate 23, Leland 5, McKinney, Padron 6, Mcrae, Campbell, Clark. Australians—Taylor 4, Repper 2, Hafler 2, McInerney 24, Warren 5, Sopolinski 21, Skeas 6, Britton, Ellwood, Tucker. 3-point goals—Coltom 3, LeBate 2, Leland 2, Cook 1, McInerney 2, Warren 1. Records—Cedarcrest 3-1. Australia—not reported.

Highland Christian 80, Puget Sound Adventist 52: At Kirkland, five players scored in double figures as Highland Christian cruised to the non-league victory.

At Puget Sound Adventist H.S.



Highland Christian Prep — Baughman, C.Brown 16, Enge 18, Kelly 14, Mani, Miles, Simmons 16, Sorenson, Teal 4, Crawford 12. PSA — Park 8, Mumu 11, Hutton 8, Jones 5, Zarabia 4, Ruan 12, Jensen 4. 3-point goals — Brown 1, Enge 1, Crawford 4, Park 1, Mumu 1, Ruan 1. JV score—HCP 53, PSA 32. Records — Highland Christian 3-0 overall. PSA 1-2.

Shoreline Christian 47, Mt. Vernon Christian 24: At Mt. Vernon, Jason Vermeer had 18 points and Remy Hudson had 17 rebounds as the Crusaders won the Northwest 1A/2B League contest.

At Mt. Vernon Christian H.S.



Shoreline Christian — Brown 1, Danhof 1, Dovinh 9, R. Hudson 2, T. Hudson 9, Kim, Ryder 7, Thomas, Vermeer 18. MVC — Riley 3, McClelland 3, Pritchard 2, Morrison 2, Hogan 4, Kuipers 6, D. De Vries 2, Vander Kooy 2, Blade, M. de Vries, Jones. 3-point goals — Dovinh 1. Records — Shoreline Christian 1-0 league, 3-3 overall. MVC 0-1, 0-4.

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