Second-half effort lifts Everett

Herald staff

MARYSVILLE – Everett started the second half with a 7-0 run and went on to out-score Marysville-Pilchuck by 15 points in the second half of a 53-41 non-conference boys basketball victory Tuesday.

“I thought we controlled the first half and they the second,” said M-P coach Mike Lowery. “They came out of the blocks well in the second half.”

Everett made 17 of 33 free throws compared to three of nine by M-P.

“We committed a lot of fouls and they made a lot of free throws,” Lowery said.

Josh Daniels scored 19 points and Reggie Limar had 18 to lead Everett.


Everett-Allison 3, Daniels 19, Waltz 2, Bjella 4, Missall 5, Limar 18, Werthheimer 2. Marysville-Pilchuck-Soper 12, Bradt 10, Freeman 1, Fagen 2, Sanders 4, Whiteman 2, Widgren 2, Lindstrom 8. 3-point goals-Daniels 2, Soper 2. JV-M-P def. Everett. Records-Everett 1-0 overall. M-P 0-1.

  • Mariner 75, Bellingham 66: Mariner’s Josh Olson scored 20 points and teammate Scott Grondahl had 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Marauders to the non-conference victory.


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    Bellingham-Sellereit 17, Seim 12, Hickey 10, Parrish 4, Bush 6, Ireland 15, Foote 1, Smithson 1. Mariner-Stockl 16, Olson 20, Bollinger 5, Elrod 1, Grondahl 17, Coates 8, Williams 8. JV score-Mariner 61, Bellingham 43. Records-Mariner 1-0 overall. Bellingham 0-1.

  • Snohomish 79, Burlington-Edison 66: Snohomish’s Ian Hill and Ryan Sommer each scored 15 points to lead the Panthers to the non-conference victory.


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    Burlington-Edison-Farrar 2, Clem 2, Tallquist 4, Eros 16, Leander 2, Anderson 26, Dodd 14. Snohomish-O’Conner 8, Sommer 15, Hill 15, Shine 8, Kingsberry 11, Vanlandingham 11, Holzer 11. 3-point goals-Not reported. JV score-Snohomish 56, Burlington-Edison 37. Records-Snohomish 1-0 overall. Burlington-Edison 0-1.

  • Sedro-Woolley 84, Oak Harbor 60: Secro-Woolley jumped out to a 23-point halftime lead en route to the non-conference victory. Mitch Annema scored 25 points to lead the Cubs.


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    Oak Harbor-Hall 8, Chaytor 4, Fulgham 5, Brown 9, Riepma 14, Bull 11, Denton 2, Frost 2, Jenkins 5. Sedro-Woolley-Peterson 12, Annema 25, Morrell 4, McCartt 4, Cook 11, Wood 4, Simpson 2, Emsley 2, Baird 4, Kindred 6, Boonstra 4, Bunke 4, Nations 2. 3-point goals-Bull 1, Peterson 2, Annema 1, Cook 1, Baird 1, Kindred 2. JV score-Not reported. Records-Oak Harbor 0-1 overall. Sedro-Woolley 1-0.

  • Lake Stevens 57, Bishop Blanchet 48: Lake Stevens’ Josh Roundy scored 17 points to lead the Vikings to the non-conference victory.


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    Bishop Blanchet-Manlangit 10, Gordon 12, White 10, Hjorten 2, Simard 14. Lake Stevens-Roundy 17, Aker 5, Johnson 7, Perkl 8, Miller 8, Barton 7, Haynes 5. 3-point goals-Roundy 2, Manlangit 2, Simard 2, Gordon 2, White 1, Aker 1, Johnson 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 44, Bishop Blanchet 35. Records-Lake Stevens 1-0 overall. Bishop Blanchet 0-1.

  • Stanwood 79, Anacortes 67: Marcus Steele had 28 points and 13 rebounds, and Ryan Appleby added 19 points while doling out 14 assists as Stanwood rolled to the non-conference victory. Matt Birkle poured in 29 points for Anacortes.


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    Stanwood-Reed 2, Parks 14, Appleby 19, Ali 4, Bodfish 12, Steele 28. Anacortes-Geffe 2, Grossman 2, Birkle 29, Primozich 4, Schwabe 8, Wilbur 10, Holm 2, Giacalone 6, Tracy 4. 3-point goals-Appleby 3, Parks 2, Birkle 3. JV-Stanwood def. Anacortes. Records-Stanwood 1-0 overall. Anacortes 0-1.

  • Snohomish County Christian 73, Kent View Christian 52: Elias Carlson scored 30 points and teammate Keith Hodges had 14 points and 15 rebounds to lead Snohomish County Christian in its non-league opener. The Lions scorec 30 fourth-quarter points to put the game away.


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    Kent View Christian-T. Davey 6, Pieczonlea 2, B. Davey 6, Mickelson 18, Turner 14, Zegers 2, Melvin 2, Dillow 2. Snohomish County Christian-Anderson 2, Carlson 30, Ripley 5, Hodges 14, Jacobson 11, Sharpe 7, Peterson 4. 3-point goals-Not reported. Records-Kent View Christian 0-1 overall. Snohomish County Christian 1-0.

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