Saturday’s prep scores

BOWLING

4A District Tournament

At Pacific Lanes, Tacoma

Teams (top three to 4A state meet) — 1. Thomas Jefferson, 2. Rogers, 3. Cascade, 4. Puyallup, 5. Jackson.

Individuals (local schools) — Jessika Brambach, Cascade, 574 three-game total (state meet qualifier); Paris Smith, Cascade, 527 three-game total (state meet qualifier); Nikki Duell, Cascade, 443 three-game total (state meet qualifier); Makayla Hammer, Cascade, 467 three-game total (state meet qualifier); Kendall Mannino, Cascade, 264 two-game total (state meet qualifier); Bella Keagle, Cascade, 156 one-game total (state meet qualifier); Breanna Tolbert, Jackson (state meet qualifier); Samantha Mutolo, Jackson (state meet qualifier); Molly Jo Meyers, Jackson (state meet qualifier).

BOYS BASKETBALL

Wesco 3A

Shorecrest 63, Shorewood 43

Northwest 1B

Grace Academy at Lopez, not reported

Non-conference

Sultan 70, Darrington 48

BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING

Edmonds School District championship meet

At Lynnwood Pool

Edmonds-Woodway 562, Meadowdale 409, Mountlake Terrace 307, Lynnwood 295.

200 medley relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Jeff Plum, Daniel Eno, Yuteng Wang, Lukas Mraz) 1:45.42; 200 freestyle—Anthony Edwards (EW) 1:55.41; 200 individual medley—Sean Nguyenle (M) 2:03.42; 50 freestyle—Max Khaperman (M) 23.22; 100 butterfly—Nguyenle (M) 53.4; 100 freestyle—Wang (EW) 51.66; 500 freestyle—Edwards (EW) 5:07.62; 200 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Ben Palmer, Chris Hoang, Niko Inadomi, Mraz) 1:36.47; 100 backstroke—Jeff Plum (EW) 58.58; 100 breaststroke—Sasha Bogatyrev (MT) 1:03.68; 400 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Logan Schnitzius, Wang, Plum, Eno) 3:30.14.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wesco 3A

Shorecrest at Shorewood, not reported

Northwest 1B

Grace Academy at Lopez, not reported

Non-conference

Darrington 41, Sultan 36

Bellevue Christian at King’s, not reported

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