Scots earn revenge with win over Seagulls

  • Herald staff
  • Wednesday, January 19, 2005 9:00pm
  • Sports

SHORELINE – It took most of the game, but Shorecrest battled back from a turnover-filled first half to defeat Wesco South rival Everett 42-38 Wednesday night.

The Scots (6-4 in league, 7-5 overall), who were looking to avenge an earlier loss to the Seagulls (6-3, 8-3), trailed by eight points at the intermission after committing 17 turnovers in the first two quarters.

“Two weeks ago we lost a close one to Everett so we wanted this one,” Shorecrest coach Jon Rasmussen said.

Rasmussen didn’t make any changes to his game plan during the break but did address ballhandling.

The Scots committed just three turnovers in the second half and Amy Farquhar scored six of her 11 points in the third period to help chip away at Everett’s lead.

Shorecrest took its first lead of the game midway through the fourth quarter on a Banimi Lawson jump-shot. Lawson led the Scots with 14 points on the night and she grabbed nine rebounds.

The Scots led by just two points with 2 minutes remaining in the game, but were able to stretch the margin to seven on a 5-0 run before the Seagulls’ Erika Hornyak hit a 3-pointer with 8 seconds left in the game to finish the night’s scoring.

At Shoreline



Everett-Hornyak 17, Larsen 2, Crossen 6, Austin 2, Olson 5, Scott 6 Shorecrest-Binder 5, Farquhar 11, Tseng 5, Lawson 14, Riordan 3, Magnusson 4. 3-point goals-Binder 1, Tseng, Hornyak 3. JV score-Everett 39, Shorecrest 38. Records-Everett 6-3 in league, 8-3 overall. Shorecrest 6-4, 7-5.

Meadowdale 73, Kamiak 31: Freshman Eryn Jones scored a game-high 16 points to lead Meadowdale to the Wesco South victory. The Mavericks’ Ashley Fenimore recorded her 500th assist during the game and ended the night with eight points, seven assists and four steals.

At Lynnwood



Kamiak-McKnight 6, Freise 2, Pascoe 2, Vick 11, Bozek 7, Shedrick 3. Meadowdale-Woods 10, Fenimore 8, Jones 16, Moehrle 10, Rohrbach 15, Beucherie 1, Streit 2, Smith 11. 3-point goals-Fenimore 2, Jones 3, Moehrle 1, Rohrbach 2. JV score-Kamiak 39, Meadowdale 32. Records-Kamiak 3-5 in league, 3-7 overall. Meadowdale 9-0, 11-0.

Mountlake Terrace 58, Mariner 36 Mountlake Terrace led from beginning to end in its Wesco South victory over Mariner. Maverick Nicki Mosman and Mariner’s Dannelle Greaby led all scorers with 20 points each. Tatiana Heck scored 14 points for the Mavericks and grabbed seven rebounds.

At Mountlake Terrace


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Mariner-Jones 3, Hall 4, Bowman 7, Beghtol 2 Greaby 20. Mountlake Terrace-Henry 2, Grover 13, Mosman 20, Torrescano 2, Calivo 3, Russell 2, Heck 14. 3-point goals-Bowman 1, Grover 1, Mosman 4, Calivo 1. JV score-Mountlake Terrace 46, mariner 18. Records-Mariner 1-8 in league, 1-10 overall. Mountlake Terrace 7-2, 9-2.

Jackson 66, Shorewood 29: Jackson’s defense dominated the court with 17 steals in its Wesco South victory over Shorewood. Sam McCracken grabbed seven rebounds for the Timberwolves, and Kristi Kingma stole the ball seven times and had four assists.

At Mill Creek



Shorewood-Terreson 1, Ochs 2, Tulee 2, Brediger 2, Burns 4, Ozog 4, Laws 4, Eskridge 12. Jackson-Fox 4, Sabay 4, Todd 2, Smith 2, Kingma 16, Forbes 2, Bruns 6, McClenahan 2, Addington 8, McCracken 20. 3-point goals-Bruns 1, Addington 1. JV-Jackson def. Shorewood. Records-Shorewood 2-7 in league, 2-9 overall. Jackson 7-2, 9-2.

Edmonds-Woodway 52, Lynnwood 31: Senior Katie Trew, one of four Edmonds-Woodway scorers, had a game-high 20 points to lead the Warriors to a Wesco South victory over Lynnwood. Trew, who missed the first seven games of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament, also grabbed six steals for the Warriors, who forced 27 turnovers in the defensive match-up. Lynnwood forced 23 Edmonds-Woodway turnovers in the game. Alexa Breidenback led all Royals scorers with 10.

At Edmonds



Lynnwood-Hjerstedt 4, Hartman 4, Dill 3, Breidenbach 10, Kilmer 6, De. Wilkie 6. Edmonds-Woodway-Takara 16, Trew 20, Gribble 2, Bordeaux 14. 3-point goals-Kilmer 1. JV-Edmond-Woodway def. Lynnwood in overtime. Records-Lynnwood 1-9 in league, 1-11 overall. E-W 4-6, 4-8.

Monroe 56, Arlington 39: Kristen Thompson grabbed 17 rebounds and led all scorers with 25 points as the Bearcats beat Arlington in the Wesco North game. Monroe’s Dani Drivstuen added six points and a team-high five steals.

At Monroe



Arlington-McCormack 9, Prause 2, Richardson 17, Mitzelfeldt 2, Tanguay 2, Barlond 2, Hansen 5. Monroe-Tona 4, Battle 2, Morton 2, C. Drivstuen 3, Heilman 12, Thompson 25, D. Drivstuen 6, Thomas 2. 3-point goals- McCormack 2, Richardson 2, Heilman 2, C. Drivstuen 1. Records-Arlington 4-4 in league, 7-5 overall. Monroe 7-1, 11-1.

Snohomish 73, Stanwood 29: Snohomish dominated Stanwood to remain undefeated and on top in the Wesco North standings. The Panthers’ Sydney Benson scored a game-high 20 points and Amanda Best chipped in 17.

At Stanwood



Snohomish-Manning 5, Best 17, Henderson 4, Moore 7, Rathke 6, Marshall 5, Benson 20, Cassidy 9. Stanwood-McKinney 4, Kloke 6, Appleby 6, Nichulas 2, Sudweeks 7, Amundson 4. 3-point goals-Manning 1, Best 4, Moore 1, Marshall 1, Cassidy 1. JV score-Stanwood won. Records-Snohomish 8-0 in league, 11-1 overall. Stanwood 3-5, 6-6.

Marysville-Pilchuck 67, Oak Harbor 58: Amanda Dunbar scored 18 points and Sarah Gribler chipped in another 14 to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco North win. Oak Harbor’s Heidi McNeill scored 25 of her game-high 35 points in the second half.

At Marysville

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Oak Harbor-Rousselle 11, McNeill 35, M. Smollack 8, Brundidge 2, Demers 2. Marysville-Pilchuck-Clevish 6, Couls 12, Dunbar 18, Bailey 4, Peterson 5, Juarez 4, Degerness 4, Gribler 14. 3-point goals-McNeill 2, Rousselle 1, Dunbar 2. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck won. Records-Oak Harbor 1-6 league, 2-9 overall. M-P 5-3, 6-6.

Cascade 70, Mount Vernon 30: Gina Delos Reyes scored a game-high 22 points and recorded five steals to lead Cascade to its first Wesco North victory. The Bruins’ Megan Morris had 13 points and two steals and Ashley Naylor contributed 12 points and five steals.

At Everett

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Mount Vernon-Mugnos 1, Castillo 3, Verge 11, Ridenhour 2, Fine 13. Cascade-Sadler 2, Owens 5, Gross 4, Leander 4, Morris 13, Delos Reyes 22, Naylor 12, Power 2, Hansen, Hooks 6. 3-point goals-Fine 1, Delos Reyes 6, Naylor 1. JV score-Cascade won. Records-Mount Vernon 0-7 in league, 1-11 overall. Cascade 1-7, 2-10.

King’s 52, Cedarcrest 27: Sara Mosiman scored 18 points in just 18 minutes of play and King’s held Cedarcrest to 20-percent shooting from the field as the Knights won the Cascade Conference game.

At Shoreline



Cedarcrest-Westermann 9, Lawton 5, McKenney 7, Oviatt 4, McKinlay 2. King’s-Strand 6, Clauson 11, Faidley 4, Kieling 7, Mayhle 2, Sather 4, Mosiman 18. 3-point goals-Clauson 1, Sather 1, Kieling 1. JV score-King’s 41 ,Cedarcrest 25. Records-King’s 5-0 in league, 12-1 overall, Cedarcrest 2-4, 6-5.

South Whidbey 47, Sultan 42: Catie Newman had a game high 11 points for South Whidbey in its Cascade Conference victory over Sultan. Krystal Paszkeicz led the Turks with 10 points.

At Langley


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Sultan-C. Powers 4, K. Powers 8, Burnside 7, McKenna 5, Beckers 2, Sumpter 6, Paszkeicz 10. South Whidbey-Dumke 9, Lavassar 2, Eaton 1, Newman 11, Hicks 2, Roberts 2, Madison 6, Burton 6, Litwiller 8. 3-point goals-Burton 2, Newman 1, Burnside 1, McKenna 1. JV-South Whidbey def. Sultan in overtime. Records-Sultan 0-5 in league, 5-7 overall. South Whidbey 4-2, 7-6.

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