Second-half surge carries Mount Vernon by Cascade

Herald staff

EVERETT – Outscoring Cascade 31-15 in the second half, the Mount Vernon Bulldogs beat the Bruins 54-35 Tuesday night in a non-conference matchup.

Cascade’s only inside presence, Carson Hill, picked up his fourth foul three minutes into the third quarter to fuel the Bulldogs’ second-half run.

“When we lost Hill, they started to really grab a lot of offensive rebounds and that killed us,” said Cascade assistant coach Scott Reinecke.

With Hill gone, Mount Vernon pounded the inside to open the outside. That strategy benefited Troy DeVries, who knocked down five 3-point goals, to lengthen the Bulldog lead. DeVries finished the game with 21 points to lead all scorers.

Offensively, Cascade had trouble all night getting on track against Mount Vernon’s matchup zone resulting in a game-low six points in the fourth quarter.

Matt Konsmo led the Bruins with nine points.



Mount Vernon-DeVries 21, Skjei 10, Reisman 7, Amaya 6, Thompson 5, Kendrick 4, Roetcisloender 1. Cascade-Konsmo 9, Hill 8, Bailey 8, Hansen 5, Skoor 5. 3-point goals-DeVries 5, Reisman 1, Amaya 1. JV score-Mount Vernon 58, Cascade 35. Records-Cascade 1-1 overall. Mount Vernon 2-0.

  • Juanita 45, Shorecrest 38: Shorecrest’s Joe Antoncich scored nine points and had seven rebounds in the non-conference loss.


    Juanita

    9

    11

    12

    17

    45

    Shorecrest

    9

    5

    15

    9

    38


    Juanita-Harris 18, Ortiz 5, Haberman 1, Byrne 7, Casias 2, Wardell 10, Parnell 4. Shorecrest-Davis 5, Antoncich 9, Nadon 4, Block 2, Ray 3, LaCasse 4, Flowers 6, Nilson 5. 3-point goals-Ray 1, Davis 1, Nilson 1, Antoncich 1, Byrne 1. JV score-Shorecrest 68 Juanita 47. Records-Shorecrest 0-3 overall. Juanita 1-2.

  • Snohomish 101, Monroe 71: Ryan Sommer scored 28 points and Matt Holzer added 26 for Snohomish in a non-conference game.


    Snohomish

    19

    29

    27

    26

    101

    Monroe

    21

    18

    13

    19

    71


    Snohomish-O’Connor 9, Sommer 28, Holzer 26, Brekke 7, Hill 4, Shine 6, Kingsberry 7, Baltzall 6, VanLandingham 8. Monroe-Pagon 22, Brunner 4, Petrick 8, Koenig 2. Lewis 2, Snyder 4, Piland 27, Hancock 2. 3-point goals-O’Connor 3, Sommer 3, Holzer 3. JV score-Snohomish 79, Monroe 69. Records-Snohomish 3-0 overall. Monore 1-2.

  • Everett 81, Oak Harbor 56: Josh Daniels led Everett with a game-high 34 points. Daniels was 5-for-8 from beyond the 3-point line and added nine rebounds in the non-league victory. Josh Brown led Oak Harbor with 16 points.

    Oak Harbor-Hall 7, Denton 2, Jenkins 2, Chytor 11, Bull 2, Fulgham 2, Brown 16, Riepma 9, Frost 5. Everett-Allison 2, Ahmad 11, Price 2, Waite 5, Cutiss 6, Daniels 34, Missall 4, Limar 9, Wortheimer 8. 3-point goals-Hall 1, Chytor 1, Brown 1, Frost 1, Ahmad 1, Waite 1, Daniels 5. JV score-Everett 74, Oak Harbor 47. Records-Everett 2-1 overall. Oak Harbor 0-3.

  • Stanwood 49, Marysville-Pilchuck 45: Stanwood’s Marcus Steele scored 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Spartans to a non-conference victory.

    Marysville-Pilchuck-Lindstrom 15, Bradt 12, Soper 9, McCloud 8, Freeman 1. Stanwood-Steele 17, Appleby 15, Ellingson 9, Parks 5, Ali 3. 3-point goals-Appleby 1, Ali 1. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 43, Stanwood 37. Records-Stanwood 3-0 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-2.

  • Sehome 69, Ferndale 40: Sehome’s Kyle Jackson Had five 3-point goals on his way to a game-high 21 points in the non-conference victory.


    Ferndale

    13

    11

    2

    14

    40

    Sehome

    15

    21

    11

    22

    69

    Ferndale-Larsen 1, Udo 2, Parsons 7, Revey 3, S. Johnson 5, Boyd 12, Wilkinson 6, Joshua 4. Sehome-Kelley 7, Jackson 21, Mathews 5, Harvey 16, B. Johnson 7, Koulouriotis 4, Holmstead 2, Rhoades 7. 3-point goals-Jackson 5, Kelley 1, Mathews 1, B. Johnson 1 Harvey 1, Parsons 1, Revey 1, S. Johnson 1. JV score-Sehome 55 Ferndale 45. Records-Sehome 3-0 overall. Ferndale 1-2.
  • Jackson 78, Burlington-Edison 68: Scott Jamieson and Brent Lillibridge each scored 18 points to lead Jackson to the non-conference victory. Burlington-Edison’s Tyler Enos scored a game-high 35 points in the loss.
  • At Jackson
    Burlington-Edison

    8

    24

    21

    15

    68

    Jackson

    15

    24

    22

    17

    78


    Burlington-Edison-Farrar 2, Clem 2, Tallquist 2, Zimmerman 5, Enos 35, Anderson 14, Fisher 2, Dodd 6. Jackson-Jamieson 18, Chambers 12, Engel 2, Lillibridge 18, Arango 16, Keller 8, Larsen 2, Brush 2. 3-point goals-Enos 3, Lillibridge 3, Jamieson 2, Chambers 1, Zimmerman 1, Keller 1. JV-Burlington-Edison defeated Jackson. Records-Jackson 2-0 overall. Burlington-Edison 1-2.

  • ????Meadowdale 55, Sedro-Woolley 43: Julian Williams scored 11 points and had seven rebounds in a non-conference victory for Meadowdale.


    Sedro-Woolley

    10

    13

    11

    9

    43

    Meadowdale

    11

    16

    11

    17

    55


    Sedro-Woolley-Peterson 4, Annema 18, Morrell 2, McCartt 2, Cook 11, Kindred 2, Boonstra 4. Meadowdale-Streit 7, A. Smith 10, Rohrback 8, Chamberlin 8, W. Smith 3, Yeager 2, J. Williams 11, Dennis 6. 3-point goals-A. Smith 2, Chamberlin 2. JV score-Meadowdale def. Sedro-Woolley. Records-Sedro-Woolley 1-1 overall. Meadowdale 1-1.

  • Arlington 82, Anacortes 63: P.J. Swesey scored 17 points and grabbed 17 rebounds for Arlington in a non-conference victory.

    Anacortes-Geffe 2, Grossman 2, Burkle 22, Primocich 11, Schwabe 5, Wilbur 8, Holm 7, Giacalone 6. Arlington-Yoney 22, McCormack 6, Raezer 4, Johnson 1, Lacey 20, Klein 12, Swesey 17. 3-point goals-Lacey 4, Burkle 2, Wilbur 2, Yoney 1. JV-Arlington def. Anacortes. Records-Anacortes 1-2 overall. Arlington 1-1.

  • Squalicum 45, Lake Stevens 33: Jordan Beede scored 15 points to lead Squalicum in a non-conference game.

    Lake Stevens-Roundy 5, Thomason 2, Graham 3, Russum 1, Miller 10, Barton 12. Squalicum-Beede 15, Kelly 2, Baker 3, Chhan 3, Cedergreen 7, Nevit 6, Follis 7, Lee 2. 3-point goals-Chhan 1, Cedergreen 1. JV score-Lake Stevens 48, Squalicum 43. Records-Lake Stevens 1-2 overall. Squalicum 1-2.

  • Granite Falls 49, La Conner 39: Buddy Kroom scored 10 points for Granite Falls in the non-conference victory.


    Granite Falls

    14

    7

    13

    15

    49

    La Conner

    7

    4

    13

    15

    39


    Granite Falls-Mullins 4, Kroom 10, Ingraham 8, Emery 4, Garcia 12, Blacker 2, Marcatonio 7, Otis 2. La Conner-Laveria 3, Johns 3, Decker 5, Moses 4, Edwards 2, Winkes 10, Tjersland 3, Hinton 7. 3-point goals-Kroom 2, Laveria 1, Moses 1, Marcatonio 1. Records-Granite Falls 1-0 overall. La Conner 1-2.

  • Darrington 83, Chief Leschi 50: Darrington had five players score in double figures to beat Chief Leschi in a non-conference game.

    Chief Leschi-Dillon 14, HisBadHorse 11, S. Jackson 10, V. Jackson 8, LaFontaine 4, Carter 2, McCloud 1. Darrington-McCoy 13, Boyd 13, Grimmer 12, Massingale 11, Bogart 11, Bryson 9, Hall 4, Schillhammer 3, Smith 3, Ranking 2, Ash 2. 3-point goals-S. Jackson 2, HisBadHorse 3, Dillon 2, McCoy 1, Bryson 1, Schillhammer 1. JV score-Darrington 68, Chief Leschi 34. Records-Darrington 2-0 overall. Chief Leschi 0-1.

  • Lopez 75, Concrete 58: Jason Buffum scored 32 points, hitting six 3-pointers and grabbing 16 rebounds, to lead Lopez to a non-conference victory.

    Lopez-Buffum 32, Seifert 26, Kashuk 10, Foley 3, Hero 4. Concrete-Ross 26, Sanchez 10, Schoolland 6, Adam 11, Hoover 3. 3-point goals-Buffum 6, Ross 3, Seifert 3, Hero 1, Adam 1, Sanchez 2, Hoover 1. Records-Lopez 2-1 overall. Concrete 0-1.

  • Shoreline Christian 72, Summit 35: Senior Tim Groen had 23 points and 12 rebounds to lead Shoreline Christian to the non-conference victory. Shoreline Christian had 24 assists.


    Summit

    8

    10

    9

    8

    35

    Shoreline Christian

    16

    30

    16

    10

    72


    Summit-Enis 8, E. Johnson 2, S. Johnson 4, Harris 7, Joyner 14. S.C.-Broekhuis 6, Dennis 7, Prins 2, Womelsduff 3, Dekoekkoek 21, Hicks 4, Firnell 6, Groen 23. 3-point goals-Hicks 1. Records-Summit 1-1 overall. Shoreline Christian 3-0.

  • Grace Academy 61, Seattle Academy 47: Ryan Andrews scored 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Grace Academy to a non-conference victory.


    Seattle Academy

    10

    13

    8

    16

    47

    Grace Academy

    16

    15

    13

    17

    61


    Seattle Academy-McClure 19, Langston 12, Pitcher 6, Thomas 4, Tate 3, Demment 3. Grace Academy-Andrews 21, Norton 11, Stocks 8, Snyder 6, Short 5, Voges 8, Conklin 2. JV score-Seattle Academy 40, Grace Academy 31. Records-Grace Academy 2-1 overall. Seattle Academy 1-2.

  • Snohomish County Christian 75, Cedar Park Christian 52: Elias Carlson had 22 points and Keith Hodges grabbed 14 rebounds to lead Snohomish County Christian to a non-conference victory.


    Cedar Park Christian

    23

    11

    7

    11

    52

    Sno. Co. Christian

    21

    15

    19

    20

    75


    Cedar Park Christian-Minton 8, Dime 9, Bettinger 22, Logan 2, Loggins 7, McKinney 2. Snohomish County Christian-Carlson 22, Ripley 7, Peterson 8, Sharpe 5, Jacobson 16, Hodges 17. 3-point goals-Minton 2, Bettinger 4, Carlson 2, Ripley, Sharpe 1. JV-Snohomish County Christian won. Records-Snohomish County Christian 3-0 overall. Cedar Park Christian 1-3.

  • Arlington Christian 49, Cascade Vista 23: Shawn Pillow scored a game-high 12 points for Arlington Chirstian in the Northwest Christian Schools League game.

    Cascade Vista-Scheuerman 10, Mansen 7, Villa 2, Tweet 2. Arlington Christian-Pillow 12, Top 8, Chaffee 8, Titera 7, Borisob 5, Benedict 3, Martinez 2, Hylarides 2, Groendyk 2. 3-point goals-Borisob 1, Scheurman 2. Record-Arlington Chirstian 2-0 overall.

  • Lake Stevens 61, Mountlake Terrace 38: Kelly Bay and Chelsey Holloway each had 19 points to lead Lake Stevens to the non-league victory.

    Mountlake Terrace-Mills 4, Bedwell 9, Everett 2, Titdemann 6, S. Guiffrida 2, Mundt 11, Voetmann 4. Lake Stevens-Baldwin 2, Kruse 6, Whitman 2, Russum 5, Copper 1, Steinruck 2, Bay 19, Todd 5, Holloway 19. 3-point goals-Bay 1, Todd 1, Bedwell 1. JV-Lake Stevens def. Mountlake Terrace. Records-Mountlake Terrace 1-1 overall. Lake Stevens 3-0.

  • Coupeville 52, Granite Falls 47: Brianne King led Coupeville with 18 points in the non-league game. Denise Wilbur had 10 points and 12 rebounds for Granite Falls.

    Coupeville-E.Young 8, Bagby 10, L.Young 2, Tucker 4, King 18, Taylor 10. Granite Falls-Allsion 3, Getz 6, Goss 3, Giery 11, Wilbur 10, Wilard 14. 3-point goals-King 2. JV score-not reported. Records-Coupeville 2-1 overall. Granite Falls 0-2.

  • King’s 42, Mount Baker 36: Mariko Triaz scored 12 points and Christina Wickstrom scored 11 to lead King’s to the non-conference victory.


    King’s

    8

    16

    6

    12

    42

    Mount Baker

    6

    12

    5

    13

    36


    King’s-Strand 6, Kheriaty 3, Galliher 8, Wikstrom 11, Triaz 12, Burk 2. Mount Baker-Webber 1, Ambrose 2, K. Postlewait 3, L. Postlewait 6, Flannery 6, Auguston 2, Van Brocklin 16. 3-point goals-Not reported. JV-Mount Baker def. King’s. Records-King’s 1-1 overall. Mount Baker 1-1.

  • Darrington 73, Chief Leschi 34: Michelle Meece had 22 points to lead Darrington to the non-league victory.

    Chief Leschi-Dillon 5, LaPointe 4, Bitsue 3, Rodreguiz 11, Markishitm 3, Cierira 4, Barnes 4. Darrington-Perraut 5, Jones 13, Foote 8, Meece 21, Nations 12, Chapman 5, Cokh 9. 3-point goals-Dillon 1, Bitsue 1, Rodreguiz 3, Jones 1, Meece 2, Nations 1. JV-Darrington defeated Chief Leschi. Records-Chief Leschi 0-1 overall. Darrington 1-0 overall.

  • Shoreline Christian 44, Summit 21: Kate Nudelman had 12 points, five steals and six assists to lead Shoreline Christian to the non-league victory.

    Summit-Asavarahapun 2, Resnick 7, Marshall 8, Gallagher 2, LaBlanc 2. Shoreline Christian-Nudelman 12, Hodges 4, Madison 9, Maxwell 9, VanHal 4, Duncan 6. 3-point goals-Maxwell 3, Nudelman 1, Marshall 3. Records-Summit 1-1 overall. Shoreline Christian 3-0.

  • Snohomish County Christian 35, Cedar Park Christian 17: Sira Brekkaa had 18 points, 12 rebounds and four steals to lead the Lions to the non-league victory.

    Cedar Park Christian-Santee 2, Garey 3, Cox 4, J. Kirkland 4, M. Kirkland 2, Harrison 2. S.C.C.S.-Brekkaa 18, Sarnham 9, Tran 6, Forsell 2. Records-Cedar Park Christian 0-2 overall. Snohomish County Christian 2-1.

  • Grace Academy 37, Seattle Academy 28: Jamie and Jacie Short combined to score 20 points to lead Garce Academy to the non-league victory.

    Seatle Academy-Rorbuck 2, Freeman 3, Danmon 1, Tomlinson 4, Erickson 16, Laffon 2. Grace Academy-Calvin 8, Holt 4, Seltzer 1, Jam. Short 12, Jac. Short 8, T. Howard 2, C. Howard 2. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck sophomore beat Grace Academy. Records-Seattle Academy 1-2 overall. Grace Academy 3-0.

  • Northwest Yeshiva 55, Archbishop Murphy JV 42: Ryan Pursely led the Archbishop Murphy JV with 12 points in the non-league loss.

    Northwest Yeshiva-Harel 10, Angel 6, Ben-Simon 8, Babani 12, Grashin 5, Hirsch 2, Grashem 12. Archbishop Murphy JV-Daviscourt 8, Pursely 11, Hagel 14, Bennett 2, Taylor 2, Albo 4, Brandt 1. 3-point goals-Grashin 1, Pursely 3. Records-Archbishop Murphy 1-1 overall. Northwest Yeshiva 3-0.

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