Shorecrest hands Cascade its first soccer defeat

Herald staff

SHORELINE – The Shorecrest Scots dealt the Cascade Bruins their first loss of the season Thursday, a 2-1 sudden-death overtime victory in a Western Conference 4A girls soccer game Thursday night at Shoreline Stadium.

The Bruins struck first from 25-yards out off the foot of Megan Lienhard in the eighth minute.

“It was a rocket of a shot,” Shorecrest coach Gary Harris said.

Shorecrest struck late in the second half to even the score, when Zoe White assisted on Karen Ruhlman’s goal with a through ball to send it to overtime.

Chelsea Sternagel crossed the ball from the left side in the 83rd minute to Emily Harper. Harper headed the ball over the head of the Bruins goalkeeper from 15-yards out to seal the win for the Scots.

“It was a great game and a big time win for us,” Harris said.

  • Kamiak 2, Mariner 0: Kamiak’s Tara Engel scored twice to lead the Knights to the Wesco 4A victory, but Mariner’s goalie Ashley Musseau stopped an amazing 26 out of 28 shots on goal for the Marauders.

    Goals-Kamiak: Engel 2. Goalkeepers-Mariner: Musseau. Kamiak: Good, and Adolfi. Records-Kamiak 1-3 in league, 3-6-1 overall. Mariner 0-4, 0-7.

  • Snohomish 2, Oak Harbor 1: Carrie Patten and Katelyn Waterhouse each scored a goal to lead Snohomish to a Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Snohomish: Patten, Waterhouse. Oak Harbor: Bull. Goalkeepers-Snohomish: Lee. Oak Harbor: Busic. Records-Snohomish 4-0 in league, 6-3 overall. Oak Harbor 1-2-1, 6-2-1.

  • Mountlake Terrace 2, Marysville-Pilchuck 1: Marysville-Pilchuck’s Marissa Baldwin scored the loan goal in the losing effort for the Tomahawks in the Wesco 4A game.

    Goals-Mountlake Terrace: Batley, Mendoza. Marysville-Pilchuck: Baldwin. Goalkeepers-Marysville-Pilchuck: Smith. Mountlake Terrace: Everett, and Nolen. Records-Mountlake Terrace 3-1 in league, 6-3-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-3, 4-4-1.

  • Shorewood 3, Edmonds-Woodway 0: The Thunderbirds scored all three goals in the first half of the Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Shorewood: Ellingson, McCormick, Adams. Goalkeepers-Shorewood: Williams. Edmonds-Woodway: Hamilton. Records-Shorewood 1-1-1 in league, 6-1-1 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 2-2, 6-3-1.

  • Arlington 2, Lynnwood 1: Arlington’s Kayla Burt scored a goal and had an assist in the Wesco 3A victory.

    Goals-Arlington: Burt, Thomas. Lynnwood: Chomos. Goalkeepers-Arlington: Lamb. Lynnwood: Rhodes. Records-Arlington 5-2-1 in league, 6-3-1 overall. Lynnwood 0-7-1, 0-9-1.

  • Lake Stevens 2, Meadowdale 2: After trailing 1-0 at the half, Lake Stevens got a goal each from Amy Carnell and Kelly Bay to forge a tie in the game between the Wesco 3A’s top two teams.

    Goals-Lake Stevens: Carnell, Bay. Meadowdale: Hendrick, not reported. Goalkeepers-Lake Stevens: Simnowitz. Meadowdale: Wirtala, McMillin. Records-Meadowdale 6-1-1 in league, 6-2-2 overall. Lake Stevens 5-1-2, 5-2-3.

  • Monroe 4, Jackson 2: Ashley Nelson had two goals and one assist to lead the Bearcats to the Wesco 3A victory. Brianna Baarstad added a goal and an assist in the victory.

    Goals-Monroe: Nelson 2, Baarstad, Stinnette. Jackson: Schadle, Baller. Goalkeepers-Monroe: Fish. Jackson: Shropshire. Records-Jackson 3-5 in league, 3-6-1 overall. Monroe 4-2-2, 6-2-2.

  • Everett 3, Stanwood 2 OT: Ashley Hale scored two goals in regulation and Kylie Hammer had the game-winning score in overtime to lead Everett past Stanwood in a Wesco 3A game.

    Goals-Everett: Hale 2, Hammer. Stanwood: Megan, Boehme. Goalkeepers-Everett: Hawkins. Stanwood: Sollid. Records-Stanwood 2-4-2 in league, 3-5-2 overall. Everett 2-6, 3-7.

  • Sultan 5, Lynden Christian 2: Sultan’s Heather Howard had a hat trick for the Turks in the North Cascades 2A game.

    Goals-Sultan: Howard 3, Graham, Brown. Lynden Christian: Vanderpool, Bovenkamp. Goalkeepers-Sultan: Cramer. Lynden Christian: T.DeBour. Records-Sultan 2-1 in league, 6-3 overall. Lynden Christian 1-2, 4-5.

  • South Whidbey 3, Blaine 0: Deanne Waterman scored two goals and goalie Kellie Horn had a shutout for South Whidbey in the North Cascades 2A game.

    Goals-South Whidbey: Waterman 2, Barrow. Goalkeepers-South Whidbey: Horn. Blaine: Robertson. Records-South Whidbey 2-1 in league, 6-4 overall. Blaine 0-3, 3-5.

  • Archbishop Murphy 12, LaConner 0: Archbishop Murphy got four goals from Danielle Bair and scoring by eight other players in its Northwest A victory.

    Goals-Archbishop Murphy: Bair 4, Bardin, Hammond, Fritsch, Jensen, McGinn, Ogle, Shandera, Turner . Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Krell. LaConner: not given. Records-Archbishop Murphy 3-0 in league, 8-1-1 overall. LaConner 0-2, 0-3-1.

  • Archbishop Murphy 1, Snohomish County Christian 0: Greg VanHollbeke scored on a penalty kick, awarded as the result of a hand ball, 10 minutes into the second half of the Northwest A/B game.

    Goals-VanHollbeke. Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Albo. SCC: Not reported.. Records-Archbishop Murphy 4-0 in league, 7-2 overall. SCC 3-1, 7-1.

  • Grace Academy 5, Heritage Christian 2: Jeremy Short scored twice for Grace Academy in the Northwest A/B League game.

    Goals-Grace: Poirier, Short 2, Henning, Lugg. Heritage: Smith, Day. Goalkeepers-Grace: Wilkes. Heritage: Hendrickson, Nichols. Records-Heritage Christian 0-3 in league and overall. Grace Academy 4-0, 7-3.

  • Arlington Christian 3, Master’s Touch 2 OT: Coach Marv Livesay said Arlingyon Christian had a team effort led by the defense of Melanie Sheets, Brittany Hendry and Robin Livesay. Adam Groendyk’s assist to Austin Chassee in overtime led to the game-winner in the Northwest A/B League game.

    Goals-Arlington Christian: Chassee 2, Livesay. Master’s Touch: Armstrong 2. Goalkeepers-Arlington Christian: Martinez. Master’s Touch: Hite. Records-Master’s Touch 0-4 in league, 0-7 overall. Arlington Christian 2-2, 2-3.

  • Mount Vernon Christian 6, Shoreline Christian 2: Matt Vanderwers and Brandon Dennis each scored a goal for Shoreline Christian Wednesday, but it was not enough to win the Northwest A/B game.

    Goals-Shoreline Christian: Vanderwers, Dennis. Mount Vernon Christian: Hibma 2, Gudmunson 2, Aguero 1, Kimberly 1. Goalkeepers-Shoreline Christian: Hertzog. Mount Vernon Christian: Vandenbosch. Records-Shoreline Christian 1-3 in league, 1-6-3 overall. Mount Vernon Christian 2-2-0, 4-2-0.

  • Oak Harbor 36, Iolnia (Hawaii), Shorewood 74, Stanwood 78, Lake Stevens 116: Scott Sebens won first place with a time of 15:27 to lead Oak Harbor to a victory in the non-conference meet.

    At Lake Stevens

    3.1 miles

    1. Sebens (Oak Harbor) 15:27, 2. Caurus (ST), 3. Goiney (SH), 4. Pulliam (OH), 5. Johnson (SW), 6. Morrissey (I), 7. Terry (I), 8. Hartman (OH), 9. Myers (I), 10. Wilson (ST).

  • Everett 19, Sehome 40, Monroe 79: Russ Pruden led Everett to the non-conference victory by finishing first for the fourth straight race.

    At Everett Memorial Stadium

    2.75 miles

    1. R. Pruden (Everett) 15:33, 2. Harris (S), 3. Bjella (E), 4. Roberts (E), 5. Terry (E), 6. Viger (E), 7. Grant (S), 8. Dudley (S), 9. King (M), 10. S. Pruden (E).

  • Snohomish 18, Shorecrest 63, Cascade 70, Lynnwood 84: AJ. White, Stevie Blackburn, Jimmy Poier, Faraz Bala, Justin Brandt, Garrett McCulloch and Brian Rockenbach captured seven of the first 10 places to lead the Panthers to the non-conference victory.

    At Snohomish

    3.1 miles

    1. White (Sn), Blackburn (Sn) 15:34; 3. Poier (Sn); 4. Walsh (SC); 5. Bala (Sn); 6. Fader (C); 7. Blandt (Sn); 8. McCulloch (Sn); 9. Pelland (SC); 10. Rockenbach (Sn).

  • Edmonds-Woodway 30, Kamiak 46, Meadowdale 66, Mariner 89: Edmonds-Woodway’s Pat Searing won the race in the non-conference meet and the Warriors finished first overall.

    At Kasch Park

    2.75 miles

    1. Searing (Edmonds-Woodway) 16:11, 2. A. Robinson (EW), 3. Mandi (Mariner), 4. Shimer (Meadowdale), 5. Pankiewicz (K), 6. Garrett (K), 7. Boyd (K), 8. Matthews (EW), 9. Brancheau (EW), 10. R. Robinson (EW).

  • Anacortes 32, Marysville-Pilchuck 36, Arlington 67, Mountlake Terrace 91: Anacortes narrowly defeated Marysville-Pilchuck in the non-conference meet.

    At River Meadows Park

    3.1 miles

    1. Tobey (AN) 16:17, 2. Whitaker (MP), 3. Archer (AN), 4. Thorne (AN), 5. Galusha (AR), 6. Hayman (MP), 7. Brown (MP), 8. Tenbrink (MP), 9. Johns (AN), 10. Gibbs (MT).

  • Shorewood 30, Oak Harbor 61, Stanwood 63, Lake Stevens 74: Celia Maclean won first place with a time of 19:01 to help Shorewood claim a victory in the non-conference meet.

    At Lake Stevens

    3.1 miles

    1. Maclean (SH) 19:01, 2. Arclissono (SH), 3. Cullen (OH), 4. Nicholson (LS), 5. Kuhlman (LS), 6. Hill (SW), 7. Roark (ST), 8. Thompson (SH), 9. Fure (ST), 10. King (OH). throu

  • Sehome 34, Everett 39, Monroe 56: Everett’s Ashley Follis won the race, but the Seagulls fell five points shy of Sehome in overall team points in the non-conference meet.

    At Everett Memorial Stadium

    2.75 miles

    1. Follis (Everett) 19:22, 2. name (M), 3. Smith (S), 4. Shepherd (S), 5. Berg (M), 6. O’Brien (E) 7. Sosa (E), 8. Olmsted (S), 9. Torpey (S), 10. May (S).

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 19, Arlington 56, Mountlake Terrace 97, Jackson 108, Anacortes 150: Camille Connelly won first place with a time of 19:03 to help give Marysville Pilchuck a victory in the non-conference meet.

    At Rivers Meadows Park

    3.1 miles

    1. Connelly (MP) 19:03, 2. Pickett (AR), 3. Harks (M), 4. Bonn (MP), 5. Perkins (MP), 6. Decker (MP), 7. Vandenekart (AR), 8. Radley (MP), 9. Duke (J), 10. Jensen (AR).

  • Snohomish 17, Cascade 57, Shorecrest 83, Lynnwood 91: The Panthers captured seven of the top 10 places, getting strong showings from Jessica Culnane, Aimee Spada, Amanda Mowers, Shelby Campbell, Michelle Christensen, Jennifer Moreno and Kelly Boxman in the non-league meet.

    3.1 miles

    1. Culnane (Sn) 19:24; 2. Spada (Sn); 3. Mowers (Sn); 4. Sadler (C); 5. Campbell (Sn); 6. Christensen (Sn); 7. Moreno (Sn); 8. Boxman (Sn); 9. Perbix (SC); 10. Dahlen (C).

  • Kamiak 28, Edmonds-Woodway 30, Mariner 84, Meadowdale 97: Edmonds-Woodway’s Kelsey McCallum won the race, but the Warriors finished second overall to Kamiak by just two points in the non-conference meet.

    At Kasch Park

    2.75 miles

    1. McCallum (Edmonds-Woodway) 19:19, 2. Costello (K), 3. Schutt (EW), 4. Jensen (K), 5. Kaligis (K), 6. Hart (K), 7. Pruitt (EW), 8. Johnson (Mariner), 9. Brown (EW), 10. Herberg (EW).

  • Sehome 6, Oak Harbor 1: Jamey Stoner defeated Jason Garcia in straight sets at No. 1 singles to lead the Mariners to the Wesco 4A victory.

    Singles-Stoner (S) def. Garcia 6-0, 6-1; Johnson (S) def. Epillisia 6-0, 6-1; Zemel (S) def. Osborne 7-6 (7-2), 7-7 (7-3); Hinkley (OH) def Berry 7-5, 6-2. Doubles-Selleviet-Staves (S) def. Bowden-Colborne 7-5, 6-3; Metzler-Spencer (S) def. Harris-Krause 6-2, 6-2; Cronster-Johnston (S) def. Fransisco-San Diago 6-0, 6-0. Records-Oak Harbor 0-5 in league, 0-11 overall. Sehome 4-1, 9-2.

  • Snohomish 5, Marysville-Pilchuck 2: Snohomish’s top three singles players won to lead the Panthers to a Wesco 4A North victory. Kevin Parshall won at No. 4 singles for Marysville-Pilchuck.

    Singles-Stevens (S) def. Smith, 6-2, 6-4; Holderman (S) def. Spooner, 6-3, 6-2; Vancil (S) def. Garcia, 2-6, 6-3, 6-0; Parshall (MP) def. Marshall, 7-5, 6-0. Doubles-Whitney-Christensen (S) def. Galde-Eckert, 6-2, 6-2; Boyer-Marshall (S) def. Clouse-Goffin, 7-6 (7-5), 1-6, 6-2; Christopher-Piffath (MP) def. Bell-Pratt, 6-7 (7-4), 6-3, 6-1. Records-Snohomish 4-1 in league, 7-3 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-3, 4-5.

  • Shorewood 6, Mountlake Terrace 1: Ryan Michelson won in two sets at No 1 singles to lead the Thunderbirds to the Wesco 4A victory.

    Singles-R. Michelson (S) def. Frese 6-2, 6-2; Allen (MT) def. J. Michelson 4-6, 7-6 (7-4), 7-5; Nichols (S) def. Matthews 6-2, 7-5; Schneider (S) def. Lum 7-6 (7-3), 6-0. Doubles-Jablonski-Larson (S) def Nguyen-Testadet 6-1, 6-0; Edwards-Throolin (S) def. Choi-Raines 6-1, 6-0; Yinma-Turner (S) def. Pham-Wong 6-3, 6-3. Records-Mountlake Terrace 0-5 in league, 1-9 overall. Shorewood 6-0, 10-1.

  • Kamiak 4, Shorecrest 3: James Hong pulled out a three-set victory at No. 2 singles to help Kamiak sweep the singles matches in its Wesco 4A victory.

    Singles-Rollins (K) def. Pederson, 6-4, 6-4; Hong (K) def. Hildebrand, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2; Chung (K) def. Leahman, 6-1, 6-2; Vessella (K) def. Kerr, 6-1, 6-1. Doubles-Isler-Wadum (S) def. Bush-Lee, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1; Rose-McDonald (S) def. Gihm-Yoon, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1; Lin-Gowey (S) def. Dang-Park, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4). Records-Kamiak 5-1 in league, 7-2 overall. Shorecrest 2-3, 5-5.

  • Lake Stevens 6, Arlington 1: Cory Osborne, Antonio Ferrucci, and Randy Primm all won their singles matches as Lake Stevens cruised to a Wesco 3A victory.

    Singles-Osmundson (A) def. Froman, 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-5); Osborne (LS) def. Israel, 6-0, 6-1; Ferrucci (LS) def. Jason Lindell, 6-2, 6-0; Primm (LS) def. Jacob Lindell, 6-0, 6-0. Doubles-Carbonatto-Osborne (LS) def. Osting-Giese, 6-1, 6-1; Summers-Dowd (LS) def. Dolman-Twitchell, 6-0, 6-0; Kruse-Moyland (LS) def. White-Macomber, 6-0, 6-0. Records-Arlington 0-10 in league, 0-11 overall. Lake Stevens 3-8, 5-8.

  • Meadowdale 4, Stanwood 3: Meadowdale split the singles matches, but earned the Wesco 3A victory by winning two of three doubles matches.

    Singles-B. Bryant (S) def. Lucero, 6-0, 6-0; Carlson (S) def. Lee, 6-1, 6-1; Fry (M) def. Morgan, 6-0, 6-0; Thach (M) def. Klempel, 6-1, 6-1. Doubles-Johnson-Park (M) def. Beutler, Palaniuk, 7-5, 6-1; T. Bryant-Thoreen (S) def. Chee-Marrison, 6-1, 6-3; Pichard-Stayley (M) def. Merrick-Brokaw, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3. Records-Meadowdale 1-0 in league, 4-1 overall. Stanwood 0-1, 0-2.

  • Everett 5, Monroe 2: Everett’s top three singles players all remained undefeated with 14-0 records in the Seagulls’ Wesco 3A victory.

    Singles-Samuel (E) def. Pagon, 6-1, 6-1; Twisselman (E) def. Koester, 6-0, 6-0; Le (E) def. Natividad, 6-3, 6-2; Weaver (M) def. Wagar, 6-0, 6-0. Doubles-Johnson-Morell (E) def. Garbareno-Walsh, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2; Nichols-Wertheimer (E) def. Hammerquist-Pickens, 6-2, 7-6 (7-5); Anderson-Dragavon (M) def. Wicklund-Mattson, 7-6 (7-4), 6-2. Records-Everett 11-1 in league, 13-1 overall. Monroe 8-4, 8-4.

  • Jackson 5, South Whidbey 2: David Chong won in two sets at No. 1 singles to lead the Timberwolves to the non-conference victory.

    Singles-Chong (J) def. Spivakov 6-2, 7-6 (8-6); Sargeant (SW) def. Kim 6-3, 6-1; Inocencio (J) def. Sankey 6-2, 6-1; Oung (J) def. Edwards 6-0, 6-2. Doubles-Ando-Sidhu (SW) def. Pope-Todd 6-3, 3-6, 6-4; Bolstad-Santos (J) def. Skouras-Edwards 6-2, 6-4; Lee-Sohn (J) def. Foote-Wilson 6-4, 6-1. Records-South Whidbey not reported. Jackson 12-2.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 43, Emerald Ridge 6: Edmonds-Woodway pilled up 335 yard rushing with six first downs in its non-league victory. Landon Hall had carried the ball eight times for 161 yards and two touchdowns. Teammate Kyle Trew carried the ball three times for 83 yards, running for a 65-yard touchdown and adding another on a 62-yard punt return.


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    E-W-Trew 62 punt return (Bahl kick)

    E-W-Hall 48 run (Bahl kick)

    E-W-Wick safety

    E-W-Davis 39 pass from Doty (Bahl kick)

    E-W-Trew 65 run (Bahl kick)

    E-W-Hall 76 run (Bahl kick)

    E-W-Stokes 35 run (kick failed)

    Emerald Ridge-Ladowski 14 pass from Rusler (run failed).

    Records-Edmonds-Woodway 3-2 overall. Emerald Ridge 0-5.

  • Bothell 37, Eastlake 0: The Cougars had 285 total yards and held Eastlake to 64 yards total in the Kingco 4A game.


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    Bothell-Gallacher 90 kick-off return (Auld kick)

    Bothell-Leeper 20 run (Auld kick)

    Bothell-Fouhy 5 run (kick failed)

    Bothell-FG Auld 39

    Bothell-Allred 5 run (Auld kick)

    Bothell-Allred 9 run (Auld kick)

    Records-Bothell 4-1 league, 4-1 overall. Eastlake 2-3, 2-3.

  • Snohomish 140, Mountlake Terrace 46: Snohomish’s Erica Chandler and Ashley Boxman both had state qualifying times in the Panthers’ Wesco 4A victory. Donna Pak also had a state qualifying time for Mountlake Terrace.

    200 medley relay-Snohomish (C.Neely, Thrasher, Duke, Boxman) 156.23*; 200 freestyle-Chandler (S) 157.14*; 200 individual medley-Young (S) 218.72; 50 freestyle-Boxman (S) 26.16; Diving-Atkin (S) 141.8; 100 butterfly-Duke (S) 104.66 100 freestyle-K.Neely (S) 58.30; 500 freestyle-Boxman (S) 525.67*; 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Blue, Duke, K.Neely, Chandler) 146.71; 100 backstroke-Neely (S) 105.58; 100 breaststroke-Pak (MT) 111.25*; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Chandler, C.Neely, Blue, Boxman) 350.85*. Records-Snohomish 5-0 league, 5-0 overall. Mountlake Terrace 1-5, 3-5.

    *Class 4A state-meet qualifying time.

  • Kamiak 116, Shorecrest 69: Shala Van Gerben won two individual events and swam on two winning relays as Kamiak dropped just one race in the Wesco 4A meet.

    200 medley relay-Kamiak (Fitzpatrick, Best, C. Spencer, J. Spencer) 2:02.63; 200 freestyle-Van Gerben (K) 2:02.49*; 200 individual medley-J. Spencer (K) 2:22.74; 50 freestyle-Jacobson (S) 25.69*; Diving-Woods (K); 100 butterfly-C. Spencer (K) 1:07.39; 100 freestyle-Van Gerben (K) 57.31; 500 freestyle-Best (K) 5:34.20; 200 freestyle relay-Kamiak (J. Spencer, C. Spencer, Best, Van Gerben) 1:49.86; 100 backstroke-Fitzpatrick (K) 1:10.20; 100 breaststroke-J. Spencer (K) 1:11.80*; 400 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Fitzpatrick, Cleven, Best, Van Gerben) 4:00.96. Records-Kamiak 3-2 league, 4-2 overall. Shorecrest 2-4, 2-4. *Denotes state qualifying time.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 101, Sehome 84: Sarah Spillman had two state qualifying times to help lead Edmonds Woodway to a Wesco 4A victory. Spillman had state-qualifying times in the 200- and 500-yard freestyle races.

    200 medley relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Hall, Dinh, Stoll, Spillman) time; 200 freestyle-Spillman (EW) 200.71*; 200 individual medley-Weiner (S) 219.65; 50 freestyle-Godfrey (S) 26.14; Diving-Havens (EW); 100 butterfly-Weiner (S) 102.36; 100 freestyle-Plank (S) 57.38; 500 freestyle-Spillman (EW) 524.08*; 200 freestyle relay-Sehome (Weiner, Mullet, McDonald, Plank) 146.14*; 100 backstroke-Godfrey (S) 105.37; 100 breaststroke-Parine (S) 115.97; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Swenson, Vlasic, Spillman, A.Quick) 355.43. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 5-1 league, 6-1 overall. Sehome 5-2, 5-3.

    *Class 4A state-meet qualifying time.

  • Cascade 114, Everett 69: Rachel MacNeil won the 200-yard freestyle and the 100 backstroke for Cascade in the non-league meet. Marion Gallager won the 100 butterfly and the 100 breaststroke for the Bruins.

    200 medley relay-Cascade (MacNeil, Mullen, Gallager, Aljets) 2:02.60; 200 freestyle-MacNeil (C) 2:07.25; 200 individual medley-Mullen (C) 2:29.73; 50 freestyle-Crawford (E) 28.14; Diving-Tracy (C) 1:25.35; 100 butterfly-Gallager (C) 1:03.08; 100 freestyle-Tracy (C) 1:04.03; 500 freestyle-Mullen (C) 6:23.45; 200 freestyle relay-Cascade (MacNeil, Aljets, Mullen, Gallager) 1:51.13; 100 backstroke-MacNeil (C) 1:07.55; 100 breaststroke-Gallager (C) 1:13.07; 400 freestyle relay-Cascade (Tracy, Shkuhan, Naylor, Lucina) 4:26.57. Records-Everett 6-1 overall. Cascade 1-6.

  • Jackson 139, Stanwood 31: Stephanie Aasland and Maito Hoshino each won two events and swam on two winning relays to help lead Jackson’s sweep off all races in the Wesco 3A meet.

    200 medley relay-Jackson (Hoshino, Hardy, Litz, Aasland) 2:04.29; 200 freestyle-Aasland (J) 1:59.07; 200 individual medley-Hoshino (J) 2:19.87; 50 freestyle-Cramer (J) 29.04; 100 butterfly-Marolla (J) 1:07.22; 100 freestyle-Cramer (J) 1:02.57; 500 freestyle-Aasland (J) 5:26.60; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Aasland, Hardy, Hoshino, Marolla) 1:50.26; 100 backstroke-Hoshino (J) 1:03.04; 100 breaststroke-Litz (J) 1:21.10; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Marolla, Plitt, Cramer, Markovich) 4:10.57. Records-Jackson 1-0 league, 4-0 overall. Stanwood 0-1, 0-2.

  • Meadowdale 117, Lake Stevens 61: Meredith Storey and Lauren Johnson won two events and combined to win another to lead the Mavericks to the Wesco 3A victory.

    200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Storey, L. Johnson, Hill, Earling) 2:01.16; 200 freestyle-Earling (M) 2:07.75; 200 individual medley-Storey (M) 2:17.75; 50 freestyle-L. Johnson (M) 26.31; Diving-Duncan (M) 90.65; 100 butterfly-Hill (M) 1:03.30; 100 freestyle-Peater (LS) 1:00.66; 500 freestyle-Hallanger (LS) 6:13.23; 200 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Howes, Hozail, Schreibet, Peater) 1:54.03; 100 backstroke-Storey (M) 1:04.83; 100 breaststroke-L. Johnson 1:12.84; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Chan, Clobes, Jones, Clifford) 4:27.84. Records-Lake Stevens 0-1 in league, 2-3 overall. Meadowdale 1-0, 4-2.

  • Cascade 3, Shorecrest 2: At Cascade H.S., after losing the first two games, the Bruins came back to win the Wesco 4A match 12-15, 1-15, 15-9, 15-8, 15-13. “It was an unbelievable show of character,” said Cascade coach Kris Little. “We could have rolled over an died after losing that second game 15-1.” For Cascade (3-1 in league, 7-1 overall), LuAnn Anderson had 19 kills and 12 blocks, Jessica Huard had 37 assists and Michelle Sullivan had 21 digs. For Shorecrest (0-3, 3-4), Uchechi Acholonu had 20 kills and three blocks, Haley Martin had 17 kills and Kelly Herold and Erin Domingo each had 25 assists.

  • Kamiak 3, Mariner 0: At Mariner H.S., The Knights(4-0 in league, 8-0 overall) held the Mauraders (0-4, 0-8) to only seven points in the three games for the 15-4, 15-1, 15-2 Wesco 4A victory.

  • Oak Harbor 3, Snohomish 0: At Oak Harbor, Valerie Hartman had 23 assists to lead the Wildcats (3-0 league, 4-4 overall) to the 15-13, 16-14, 16-14 Wesco 4A victory over Snohomish (1-2, 1-6). Jennifer Berg added six kills and 18 assists for Oak Harbor, while Shannon Carroll added six kills and Constance Burnette four kills and five blocks.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 3, Shorewood 2: At Shorewood H.S., Edmonds-Woodway’s Nicole Bordeaux had 38 assists, and was 27 out of 28 serving with five aces to rally the Warriors from a 2-0 defecit to a 13-15, 13-15, 15-7, 15-3, 15-4 Wesco 4A victory. Edmonds-Woodway improved to 3-1 in league and 4-4 overall, while Shorewood fell to 1-2 and 2-5.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 3, Mountlake Terrace 1: At Mountlake Terrace, Stephanie Parker had 30 assists and six kills to lead Marysville-Pilchuck (3-1 in league, 6-2 overall) to a 15-7, 17-15, 7-15, 15-8 Wesco 4A victory. Ashley Isaksen had 14 kills and Mariko Coverdale added nine kills for M-P. Brianne Appleby had 31 assists and was 19 of 19 serving for Mountlake Terrace (0-3, 3-4) . Jen Mundt had 19 blocks and 11 kills and Rachel Galbraith had eight kills and eight blocks in the loss.

  • Stanwood 3, Arlington 1: At Arlington H.S., Stanwood (6-1 in league and overall) recorded 31 kills, and 26 assists in the 15-5, 10-15, 15-7, 15-12 Wesco 3A victory. Arlington (0-7, 0-8) was led by Rachel Schmidt’s 13 kills.

  • Lake Stevens 3, Monroe 0: At Lake Stevens H.S., Amanda Doak led Lake Stevens with 12 assists in the 15-3, 15-12, 15-8 Wesco 3A victory. Lake Stevens improved to 6-1 in League and overall, while Monroe fell to 4-3, and 4-3.

  • Lynnwood 3, Meadowdale 1: At Lynnwood H.S., Annalise Nash had four aces and 20 assists to lead the Royals(5-2 in league and overall) to the 15-6, 8-15, 15-3, 19-17 Wesco 3A victory. Leslie Martin had six kills for the Mavericks(2-5).

  • Lynden Christian 3, Sultan 0: At Lynden Christian H.S., Sultan (0-2 league, 0-9 overall) dropped a North Cascades 2A match 15-5, 15-13, 15-1 to Lynden Christian (2-0, 6-0).

  • Nooksack Valley 3, Granite Falls 1: At Granite Falls, Ashley Quinn had 19 assists for Granite Falls, but the Tigers lost to Nooksack Valley 14-16, 15-7, 15-8, 15-8 in the North Cascades match. Denise Wilber had 13 kills and three blocks and Becky Kirchgessner added six kills for Granite Falls (0-1 in league, 5-3 overall). Nooksack Valley is 1-1, 1-5.

  • South Whidbey 3, Blaine 0: At South Whidbey H.S., the Falcons (2-0 league, 7-3 overall) used 14 kills from Melissa Poolman to defeat Blaine (0-2, 1-5) 15-10, 15-7, 16-14 in a North Cascades 2A match. Erin Hussey added 21 assists and five kills for South Whidbey, while Sally Schimpf chipped in with seven digs.

  • Meridian 3, Mount Baker 0: At Mount Baker H.S., Emily Castro had eight kills to lead Meridian (2-0 league, 5-3 overall) to the 15-5, 15-13, 15-1 North Cascades 2A victory over Mount Baker (1-1, 3-3). Jessy Olson chipped in with nine digs, while Beth Stockton and Becky Peterson had four and three service aces, respectively, for Meridian.

  • Lopez 3, Friday Harbor 0: At Lopez H.S., Tasha Chicovsky was 19 out of 19 serving to lead Lopez to the 15-3, 15-2, 18-16 non-conference victory. With the win Lopez improved to 3-1 overall, and Friday Harbor fell to 0-12.

  • Skykomish 3, Heritage Christian 0: At Skykomish, Angie Coryell had eight service aces, three kills and four assists to lead Skykomish (5-5 overall) to the 15-2, 15-10, 15-7 non-conference victory. Laura Kleba added five service aces, three kills and two assists.
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