Saturday’s prep scores, links to recaps

BOYS BASKETBALL

4A District 1 Tournament

Saturday’s games

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Kamiak 57, Monroe 50

Glacier Peak 61, Jackson 43

Tuesday’s games

At Everett Community College

Loser out

Cascade vs. Jackson, 4:30 p.m.

Lake Stevens vs. Monroe, 8 p.m.

3A District 1 Tournament

Saturday’s first-round games

Arlington 69, Ferndale 59

Marysville Pilchuck 52, Meadowdale 44

Stanwood 68, Edmonds-Woodway 64

Shorecrest 55, Everett 48

Wednesday’s games

At Jackson H.S.

Arlington vs. Marysville Pilchuck, 6 p.m.

Stanwood vs. Shorecrest, 7:45 p.m.

Loser out

Ferndale vs. Meadowdale, 7 p.m.

Edmonds-Woodway vs. Everett, 7 p.m.

2A District 1 Tournament

Saturday’s first-round games

Anacortes 62, Burlington-Edison 51

Liberty 66, Sammamish 34

Lynden 66, Lakewood 39

Sedro-Woolley 53, Mountlake Terrace 51

Tuesday’s games

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Anacortes vs. Liberty, 6 p.m.

Lynden vs. Sedro-Woolley, 7:30 p.m.

At Skagit Valley College

Loser out

Burlington-Edison vs. Sammamish, 6 p.m.

Lakewood vs. Mountlake Terrace, 7:30 p.m.

1A District 1 Tournament

Saturday’s games

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Consolation final

Both to Bi-District

King’s 70, Mount Baker 53

Championship

Both to Bi-District

Lynden Christian 72, Nooksack Valley 34

1B District 1/2/3 Tournament

Saturday’s games

Loser out

Pope John Paul II 63, Chief Kitsap Academy 56

Puget Sound Adventist at Lummi Nation

Grace Academy at Tacoma Baptist

Mount Rainier Lutheran 72, Mount Vernon Christian 48

Tuesday’s games

Pope John Paul II at Tulalip Heritage, TBD

Puget Sound Aventist/Lummi Nation at Muckleshoot Tribal, 5 p.m.

Grace Academy/Tacoma Baptist at Neah Bay, 7 p.m.

Mount Rainier Lutheran at Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace), 5:30 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

4A District 1 Tournament

Saturday’s games

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Glacier Peak 74, Monroe 31

Lake Stevens 68, Mariner 25

Tuesday’s games

At Everett Community College

Loser out

Kamiak vs. Mariner, 3 p.m.

Jackson vs. Monroe, 6:15 p.m.

3A District 1 Tournament

Tuesday’s games

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

Shorecrest vs. Lynnwood, 6 p.m.

Stanwood vs. Snohomish, 7:45 p.m.

Loser out

Ferndale at Edmonds-Woodway, 7 p.m.

Arlington vs. Meadowdale, 7:45 p.m.

2A District 1 Tournament

Monday’s games

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Cedarcrest vs. Burlington-Edison, 6 p.m.

Lynden vs. Archbishop Murphy, 7:30 p.m.

At Mount Vernon Christian H.S.

Loser out

Anacortes vs. Sehome, 6 p.m.

Liberty vs. Sedro-Woolley, 7:30 p.m.

1A District 1 Tournament

Saturday’s games

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Consolation final

Both to Bi-District

Meridian 57, King’s 25

Championship

Both to Bi-District

Lynden Christian 66, Nooksack Valley 54

1B District 1/2/3 Tournament

Saturday’s games

Loser out

Clallam Bay 48, Quilcene 42

Rainier Christian 45, Lopez 39

Lummi Nation at Puget Sound Adventist

Northwest Yeshiva 45, Grace Academy 35

Tuesday’s games

Clallam Bay at Tulalip Heritage, TBD

Rainier Christian at Mount Rainier Lutheran, 7 p.m.

Lummi Nation/Puget Sound Adventist at Neah Bay, 5:30 p.m.

Northwest Yeshiva at Mount Vernon Christian, TBD

BOYS WRESTLING

4A Region 1 Tournament

At Cavalero Mid H.S. (Lake Stevens)

Saturday

Team scores

1, Lake Stevens 310.5; 2, Auburn Riverside 172; 3, Enumclaw 106; 4, Auburn Mountainview 95.5; 5, Decatur 86; 6, Glacier Peak 81.5; 7, Auburn 73; 8, Mariner 55.5; 9, Kamiak 55; 10, Monroe 47; 11, Cascade 36; 12, Thomas Jefferson 23; 13, Todd Beamer 9; 14, Mount Vernon 7; 15, Jackson 6; 16, Federal Way 0.

Championship matches

Both to state

106 — Jacob Bennett (LS) dec. Cole Lance (Mon) 6-1. 113 — Yusef Nelson (AURI) pinned Markus Johnson (LS) 2:37. 120 — Kyle LaCoursiere (LS) dec. Parker Hardy (GP) 7-2. 126 — Mahlik Walker (AUMV) dec. Clayton Brush (LS) 6-3. 132 — Cody Lacoursiere (LS) pinned Jorge Rojas-Chavira (TJ) 1:29. 138 — Russell Hanson (AUMV) dec. Talon Tate (LS) 2-0. 145 — Quinton Southcott (E) pinned Tim Mandzyuk (GP) 5:09. 152 — Joshua Giron (Mar) dec. Arthur Troncoso (AURI) 7-2. 160 — Angelo Loera (LS) maj. dec. Mathew Dion (E) 10-1. 170 — Cole Washburn (AU) dec. Isaac Gust (LS) 7-5. 182 —Malachi Lawrence (LS) dec. Jacob Cassaday (D) 3-2. 195 — Austin Riehl (AURI) dec. Josh Erling (GP) 12-6. 220 —William Russell (AURI) inj. def. Drew Kindle (K) 2:00. 285 — Quincy Salu (D) pinned Devin Kylany (LS) 1:35.

Third/fourth place matches

Both to state

106 — Marco Galeano (AUMV) dec. Matthew Johnson (LS) 2-1. 113 — Brandon Cormier (E) pinned Richard Chung (K) 2:42. 120 — Mikah Fathers (AURI) pinned Cristian Torres (D) 1:22. 126 — Jabril Muhammad (AUMV) maj dec. Jalon Lumar (LS) 13-4. 132 — Aidan Carroll (E) pinned Noah Koester (AUMV) 4:48. 138 — Taylor Ivy (Mon) dec. Gabe Sena (AU) 5-1. 145 — Ricardo Villalapando (C) pinned Bradley Tyack (D) 3:37. 152 — Peyton Scheschy (AURI) pinned Guage Holland (K) 2:48. 160 — Kenny Miller (AURI) inj. def. Jacob Oaks (AURI). 170 — Jonathon Richards (AURI) maj. dec. Anthony Armad (K) 10-2. 182 —Levi Weaver (Mar) maj. dec. Sam Onichchenko (AURI). 195 — Hunter Harris (M) pinned Jacob Vincent (LS) 3:58. 220 — Wyatt Hall (LS) inj. def. Alex Tran (M). 285 — Trendae Umi-Tuato’o (AURI) pinned Austin Rewoldt (E) 2:16.

3A Region 3 Tournament

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

Saturday

Team scores

1, Kamiakin 305.5; 2, Southridge 257.5; 3, Marysville Pilchuck 208; 4, Edmonds-Woodway 152; 5, Everett 129; 6, Arlington 99.5; 7, Oak Harbor 90; 8, Snohomish 81.5; 9, Kennewick 66; 10, Stanwood 64; 11, Marysville Getchell 44; 12, Shorewood 37; 13, Shorecrest 34; 14, Meadowdale 26.5; 15, Lynnwood 7.

Championship matches

Both to state

106—Cole Daurie (MP) maj. dec. Baylor Denkinger (EW) 13-2. 113—Xavier Zavala (Kam) won by forfeit over Guillermo Ramirez (Kam). 120—Howie Hare (EW) dec. Austin Hayward (Kam) 9-3. 126—Stephan Erosa (E) dec. Grayson LeCompte (EW) 5-1. 132—Austin Almaguer (Kam) dec. Will Rush (A) 15-0 (TF 4:51). 138—Trey Padgett (MG) dec. Isaiah Galindo (MP) 3-2. 145—Mason Phillips (Stan) dec. Joey Chavez (Kam) 22-7 (TF 3:08). 152—Sione Halo (Kam) dec. Steven Saltz (Sou) 5-3. 160—Mikael Failor (Sou) dec. Emilio Ramos (Kenn) 3-1. 170—Jacob Olson (Kam) pinned Cayden White (MP) 2:20. 182—Jevon Johnson (Sou) dec. Ben Hollenberg (Kam) 6-3. 195—Eric Stayrook (Sou) pinned Ozeas Cervantes (Sou) 4:42. 220—Luke Eskelsen (Kam) dec. Atsamaz Pliev (Sou) 3-1. 285—Yuriy Slutskiy (Sou) maj. dec. Joe Lawrence (MP) 11-3.

Third/fourth place matches

Both to state

106—Ler Pweh Htoo (Kenn) maj. dec. Steven Meier (Sou) 9-1. 113—Kaiya Conway-Yasuyama (SC) dec. Fernie Vasquez (E) 8-1. 120—Daniel Ramirez (E) dec. Austin Davis (MP) 8-3. 126—Giovanni Penaloza (Sou) maj. dec. Caleb Fitzgerald (OH) 9-1. 132—Salihou Fatty (EW) dec. Aria Zarei (M) 5-2. 138—Dayne Tuohimaa (E) maj. dec. Breyden Baratone (Sou) 17-9. 145—Ryan Nett (Sou) dec. Blake McBride (OH) 2-1. 152—Sam Rush (A) dec. Devin Fahlman (MP) 18-3 (TF 3:55). 160—Riley Van Scoy (Stan) pinned Riley Bennett (E) :50. 170—Mark Meier (Sou) dec. Kyle Carlson (Sno) 7-1. 182—Gibby Marquez (Kam) dec. Dylan Wheeler (Sno) 8-1. 195—Christian Balmer (E) pinned Robbie Simanton (EW) :17. 220—Michael Fisken (OH) dec. Generous Yeh (EW) 1-0. 285—Brock McCue (Kam) dec. Jeff Roullier (MP) 4-2.

2A Region 1 Tournament

At Tumwater H.S.

Saturday

Team scores

1, Centralia 126.5; 2, W.F. West 124.5; 3, Tumwater 110.5; 4, Cedarcrest 110; 5, Woodland 95.5; 6, Aberdeen 91; 7, Washougal 78; 8, Black Hills 75; 9, Ridgefield 68; 10, Columbia River 57; 11, Hockinson 46; 12, Archbishop Murphy 34.5; 13, R.A. Long 33; 14, Mountlake Terrace 31; 15, Rochester 29.

Local state qualifiers (top 4)

126—4. Austin Link (Ced). 145—4. Hayden Long (GF). 160—.1. Freddy Reid (Ced). 170—3. Matthew Weinnert (Ced). 182—1. Reyne Mack (MT). 195—1. Caleb Lay (Ced), 3. Matthew Keck (AM). 285—3. Garret Nelson (Ced).

1A Region 2 Tournament

At Sultan H.S.

Saturday

Team scores

1, Zillah 274; 2, Granger 170.5; 3, Sultan 166; 4, Naches Valley 101.5; 5, Mount Baker 95; 6, Nooksack Valley 76.5; 7, Highland 53.5; 8, South Whidbey 51; 9, Meridian 48; 10, Goldendale 47; 11, Cle Elum-Roslyn 45.

Local state qualifiers (top 4)

113—3. Andrew Aposhyan (SW). 120—2. Luke Weaver (S). 126—3. Willie Bennett (S). 132—2. Aidan Fleming (S). 138—4. Matt Johnsen (S). 170—2. Kaleb Dennis (S). 182—1. Tre Sargent (S), 3. Clay O’Brien (SW). 195—3. Dominic Marek (S), 4. Kobe Balora (SW). 220—3. Tyler Deason (S).

2B/1B Region 1 Tournament

At Kalama H.S.

Saturday

Team scores

1, Adna 169; 2, Ilwaco 159; 3, Rainier 130.5; 4, Kalama 107; 5, Raymond 100; 6, Darrington 81.5; 7, Life Christian 72; 8, Concrete 56.5; 9, Ocosta 47; 10, Napavine 46; 11, Winlock 44; 12, South Bend 40.5; 13, Toldeo 30; 14, North Beach 28; 15, Orcas Island 24.5.

Local state qualifiers (top 5)

106—1. Darin Sedenius (D). 120—5. Deven Dawson (D). 152—3. Lucas Reuwsaat (D). 170—2. Gage Burtenshaw (D). 195—3. Johnny Franke (D).

GIRLS WRESTLING

Region 1 Tournament

At Sedro-Woolley H.S.

Saturday

Local team scores

1, Stanwood 120; 3. Everett 104; 6, Mount Vernon 63; 7, Lakewood 61; 9, Kamiak 49.5; 12, Arlington 43; 13, Snohomish 42.5; 14, Granite Falls 40; 15, Glacier Peak 25; 19, Jackson 20; 20, Edmonds-Woodway 18; 24, Shorecrest 15; 29, Sultan 6; 30, Cascade 3.

Local state qualifiers (top 4)

100—4. Maggie Telford (J). 105—1. Diana Cantini (K), 2. Kaylee Gaines (MV), 3. Vivian Potong (A), 4. Hannah Petersen (Stan). 110—3. Carmen DeGregg (E). 115—1. Cassidy O’Hara (L), 4. Tailer Cochran (A). 130—1. Joessie Gonzalez (Sno). 4. Mattea Potter (GF). 135—1. Alisha Van Scoy (Stan), 3. Alyssa Jay Moore (Shore). 140—1. Ally De La Cruz (K), 2. Olivia Poulton (L), 4. Maggie Kermoade (E). 145—1. Kiley Hubby (GP), 2. Lindsey Crawford (Stan). 155—1. Autumn Ortega (Stan), 2. Alexandra Gonchar (MV), 3. Alycia Pidgeon (Sno). 170—1. Karrah Smith (GF). 190—1. Stephanie Ramirez (E), 4. Eliza Gijon-Garcia (E). 235—1. Chanel Siva (Stan), 2. Vatoria Keyes (EW), 4. Eleanor Fair (E).

BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING

4A District 1 Meet

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

Saturday

Team scores

1, Kamiak 545; 2, Jackson 431; 3, Lake Stevens 333; 4, Glacier Peak 286; 5, Cascade 178; 6, Monroe 127; 7, Mount Vernon 107; 8, Mariner 94.

State qualifiers

200 medley relay—1. Kamiak (Vlad Gilszmer, Walter Limm, Maxwell Fang, Brian Park) 1:36.22, 2. Lake Stevens (Carter Walles, Alejandro Flores, Quade McKenzie, Coleson Wynne) 1:37.91, 3. Jackson (Erik Anderson, Bryan Phung, Quinn Greninger, Ryan Wang) 1:40.73. 200 freestyle—1. Vlad Gilszmer (Kamiak) 1:44.55, 2. Maxwell Fang (Kamiak) 1:44.63, 3. Carter Walles (Lake Stevens) 1:45.37. 200 individual medley—1. Jon Cook (Jackson) 1:51.97, 2. Justin Limberg (Jackson) 1:57.20, 3. Alejandro Flores (Lake Stevens) 1:58.23. 50 freestyle—1. Matthew King (Glacier Peak) 20.81, 2. Isaac Smith (Mount Vernon) 21.98, 3. Neal Thai (Jackson) 22.29, 4. Brian Park (Kamiak) 22.39, 5. Zach Cermak (Glacier Peak) 22.43, 6. Alex Kirby (Kamiak) 22.43. 100 butterfly—1. Maxwell Fang (Kamiak) 52.81, 2. Zach Cermak (Glacier Peak) 53.94. 100 freestyle—1. Matthew King (Glacier Peak) 46.28, 2. Alex Kirby (Kamiak) 48.80, 3. Neal Thai (Jackson) 49.36. 500 freestyle—1. Vlad Gilszmer (Kamiak) 4:41.78, 2. Slava Gilszmer (Kamiak) 4:51.58. 200 freestyle relay—1. Glacier Peak (Andrew Meneses, Zach Cermak, Jack Renschler, Matthew King) 1:28.41, 1. Jackson (Neal Thai, Justin Limberg, Edward Engel, Jon Cook) 1:28.62, 3. Kamiak (Jason Cooper, Brian Park, Walter Limm, Alex Kirby) 1:29.04. 100 backstroke—1. Carter Walles (Lake Stevens) 54.48, 2. Slava Gilszmer (Kamiak) 54.48, 3. Calvin Kremer (Glacier Peak) 54.48, 4. Tony Kim (Jackson) 55.62, 5. Erik Anderson (Jackson) 55.65. 100 breaststroke—1. Jon Cook (Jackson) 56.15, 2. Alejandro Flores (Lake Stevens) 56.69, 3. Walter Limm (Kamiak) 57.96, 4. Justin Linberg (Jackson) 59.16, 5. Bryan Phung (Jackson) 1:00.27, 6. Quinn Greninger (Jackson) 1:00.63. 400 freestyle relay—1. Kamiak (Maxwell Fang, Alex Kirby, Slava Gilszmer, Vlad Gilszmer) 3:12.96, 2. Jackson (Neal Thai, Justin Linberg, Edward Engel, Jon Cook) 3:14.39, 3. Lake Stevens (Coleson Wynne, Gideon Marlatt, Alejandro Flores, Carter Walles) 3:17.26, 4. Glacier Peak (Zach Cermak, Andrew Meneses, Calvin Kremer, Matthew King) 3:18.09.

3A District 1 Meet

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

Saturday

Team scores

1, Shorewood 406.5; 2, Edmonds-Woodway 393; 3, Shorecrest 321.5; 4, Snohomish 247.5; 5, Stanwood 231; 6, Meadowdale 142; 7, Marysville Pilchuck 123.5; 8, Squalicum 110; 9, Everett 84; 10, Lynnwood 72; 11, Marysville Getcehll 71; 12, Oak Harbor 28; 13, Ferndale 15.

State qualifiers

200 medley relay—1. Edmonds-Woodway (Jeff Plum, Daniel Eno, Yuteng Wang, Lucas Mraz) 1:42.21, 2. Shorewood (Bennett Vana, Cole Nouwens, Jack Brodersen, Aidan Noel) 1:42.94, 3. Shorecrest (Aric Prieve, Andrew Harness, Ryan Hallgrimson, Altay Sariyajka) 1:43.09, 4. Stanwood (Cooper Laures, JR Matkins, Ben Veazey, Noah Wittman) 1:45.52. 200 freestyle—1. Jonah Schedin (Snohomish) 1:44.77, 2. Spencer Thurman (Shorecrest) 1:49.94, 3. Erik Hallgrimson (Shorecrest) 1:52.31, 4. Anthony Edwards (Edmonds-Woodway) 1:52.49. 200 individual medley—1. Sean Nguyenle (Meadowdale) 1:58.85, 2. Aric Prieve (Shorecrest) 2:00.33, 3. Colin Brenchley (Snohomish) 2:02.00, 4. Cole Nouwens (Shorewood) 2:04.79. 50 freestyle—1. Jack Brodersen (Shorewood) 22.70, 2. Sam Grant (Stanwood) 22.82, 3. Ethan Ahrendt (Everett) 22.87, 4. Max Khaperman (Meadowdale) 22.94. Diving—1. Isaac Poole (Shorewood) 415.65, 2. Nathan Hunter (Shorewood) 273.65, 3. Beck Otteson (Snohomish) 388.55, 4. Dylan Probizanski (Shorewood) 387.20. 100 butterfly—1. Sean Nguyenle (Meadowdale) 52.51, 2. Jonah Schedin (Snohomish) 54.05, 3. Franz Allendorfer (Squalicum) 54.54, 4. Colin Brenchley (Snohomish) 54.81, 4. Ryan Hallgrimson (Shorecrest) 54.81. 100 freestyle—1. Ethan Ahrendt (Everett) 49.52, 2. Max Khaperman (Meadowdale) 50.24, 3. James Boggeri (Snohomish) 50.41, 4. Sam Grant (Stanwood) 50.50. 500 freestyle—1. Spencer Thurman (Shorecrest) 4:51.81, 2. Andrew Harness (Shorecrest) 5:00.36, 3. Logan Schnitzius (Edmonds-Woodway) 5:01.90, 4. Anthony Edwards (Edmonds-Woodway) 5:03.56. 200 freestyle relay—1. Edmonds-Woodway (Anton Teplouhov, Niko Inadomi, Ben Palmer, Lukas Mraz) 1:31.13, 2. Shorewood (Aidan Noel, Cole Nouwens, Conrad Rich, Jack Brodersen) 1:31.60, 3. Snohomish (Colin Brenchley, James Boggeri, Noah Clarke, Jonah Schedin) 1:32.72, 4. Stanwood (Zeb Haring, JR Matkins, Noah Wittman, Sam Grant) 1:33.09. 100 backstroke—1. Aric Prive (Shorecrest) 54.19, 2. Ryan Hallgrimson (Shorecrest) 56:19, 3. Franz Allendorfer (Squalicum) 56.85, 4. Jeff Plum (Edmonds-Woodway) 57.09. 100 breaststroke—1. Cole Nouwens (Shorewood) 1:02.02, 2. Daniel Eno (Edmonds-Woodway) 1:02.99, 3. Yuteng Wang (Edmonds-Woodway) 1:04.12, 4. Noah Wittman (Stanwood) 1:04.61. 400 freestyle relay—1. Shorecrest (Aric Prieve, Andrew Harness, Spencer Thurman, Ryan Hallgrimson) 3:20.80, 2. Edmonds-Woodway (Yuteng Wang, Jeff Plum, Logan Schnitzius, Daniel Eno) 3:24.63, 3. Snohomish (Colin Brenchley, Noah Clarke, James Boggeri, Jonah Schedin) 3:25.52, 4. Shorewood (Karl Lapham, Connor Testerman, Ryan Reid, Jack Brodersen) 3:29.79.

2A District 1 Meet

At Fidalgo Pool, Anacortes

Saturday

Team scores

1, Anacortes 325; 2, Liberty 301; 3, Sehome 175; 4, Sammamish 122; 5, Archbishop Murphy 116; 6, Lynden 94.5; 7, Burlington-Edison 91; 8, Bellingham 51; 9, Mountlake Terrace 39.5; 10, Sedro-Woolley 35; 11, South Whidbey 7.

Local state qualifiers

200 individual medley—1. Ryan Price (Archbishop Murphy) 1:456.94. 100 freestyle—2. William Walters (Archbishop Murphy) 49.04. 500 freestyle—3. Ryan Price (Archbishop Murphy) 4:49.09. 200 freestyle relay—5. Archbishop Murphy (William Walters, Alex Miller, Jason Alberts, Ryan Price) 1:36.10. 100 backstroke—1. William Walters (Archbishop Murphy) 52.73. 100 breaststroke—5. Sasha Bogatyrev (Mountlake Terrace) 1:05.77.

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