Snohomish boys run away to 93-66 win over Warriors

Herald staff

SNOHOMISH – Snohomish outscored Edmonds-Woodway 34-18 in the second quarter to run away with the boys Western Conference 4A game 93-66, Wednesday night at Snohomish High School.

Matt Holzer scored 12 points in the decisive second quarter to help open the game up for the Panthers.

“Holzer and Vanlandingham were huge for us tonight, said Snohomish coach Len Bone.

“They both dominated the second quarter and that was the difference in the game,” Bone said.

Holzer finished with a career-high 21 points for the Panthers and Vanlandingham scored a game-high 25.


Edmonds-Woodway-Zitman 4, Hitchner 4, Davis 8, Doty 14, Purvis 2, Fraine 17, Heinle 1, Torgeson 2, Trew 4, Grennan 6. Snohomish-Summer 8, Holzer 21, Brekke 4, Hill 8, Shine 13, Kingsbery 8, M. Baltzell 1, Vanlandingham 25, Bartelhemer 2, B, Baltzell 3. 3-point goals-Holzer 3, Doty 3, Summer 1, Hill 1, Davis 1. JV-Snohomish def. Edmonds-Woodway. Records-Snohomish 2-0 in league, 5-0 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 0-1, 2-1.

  • Cascade 69, Shorecrest 59 (2OT): Cascade outscored Shorecrest 11-1 in the second overtime for the Wesco 4A victory. Carson Hill scored a game high 24 points for the Bruins.


    Cascade

    9

    18

    8

    19

    4

    11-

    69

    Shorecrest

    6

    18

    17

    13

    4

    1-59


    Cascade-Johnson 2, Hansen 11, Konsmo 8, Skoor 9, Hill 24, Bailey 15. Shorecrest-LaCasse 10, Davis 12, Antoncich 5, Block 18, B. Robison 2, Ray 7, Nielson 1. 3-point goals-Block 3, Ray 2, Konsmo 2, Bailey 2, Davis 1, Antoncich 1. JV score-Cascade 58, Shorecrest 56 OT. Records-Cascade 2-0 in league, 3-1 overall. Shorecrest 0-2, 0-5.

  • Mariner 74, Oak Harbor 72: Mariner’s Mike Stockl, Josh Olson, and Scott Grondahl combined to score 63 points with 12 3-point field goals in the Wesco 4A overtime victory. Olson made seven 3-point shots.


    Oak Harbor

    17

    16

    9

    20

    10 –

    72

    Mariner

    10

    7

    30

    15

    12 – 74


    Oak Harbor-Hall 9, Denton 6, Schetor 8, Bull 2, Fulgham 5, Brown 30, Reitma 12. Mariner-Stockl 19, Anderson 2, Coates 2, Olson 23, Bollenger 2, Elrod 5, Grondahl 21. 3-point goals-Hall 1, Fulgham 1, Brown 1, Stockl 5, Olson 7. JV score-Mariner 57, Oak Harbor 47. Records-Oak Harbor 0-2 in league, 1-5 overall. Mariner 1-1, 3-2.

  • Sehome 63, Kamiak 58: Kyle Jackson scored 16 points for Sehome in the Wesco 4A game. Scott Szalay had 24 points and 12 rebounds for Kamiak in the loss.


    Sehome

    18

    12

    15

    18

    63

    Kamiak

    11

    17

    13

    16

    58


    Sehome-Jackson 16, Mathews 4, Kelley 6, Fridrich 2, Harvie 9, McEvoy 4, Rhodes 5, Koulouriotis 17. Kamiak-Szalay 21, Knudson 12, Haight 6, Grounds 10, Baines 3, Boyle 6. 3-point goals-Jackson 3, Grounds 2, Knudson 1, Harvie 1, Baines 1. JV-Sehome def. Kamiak. Records-Sehome 2-0 in league, 5-0 overall. Kamiak 0-2, 0-3.

  • Mountlake Terrace 56, Marysville-Pilchuck 48: Roger Russaw scored 14 points for Mountlake Terrace in the Wesco 4A game. Nick Harris led Marysville-Pilchuck with 11 points.


    Mountlake Terrace

    9

    14

    9

    24

    56

    Marysville-Pilchuck

    11

    8

    12

    17

    48


    Mountlake Terrace-Crosby 8, Webb 11, Russaw 14, Hedgecock 10, Roland 9, Boxley 4. Marysville-Pilchuck-Soper 9, Bradt 3, McLeod 8, Harris 11, Freeman 3, Hindeman 1, Whiteman 9, Lindstrom 4. 3-point goals-Webb 3, Hedgecock 1, Soper 1, McLeod 1, Harris 1, Freeman 1. JV-Mountlake Terrace def. Marysville-Pilchuck. Records-Mountlake Terrace 2-0 in league, 4-0 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-1, 2-4.

  • Lopez 49, Skykokish 38: Eighth-grader Josh Nelson had 18 points for Skykomish.


    Lopez

    20

    13

    12

    4

    49

    Skykomish

    9

    0

    11

    18

    38


    Lopez-Siedfert 2, Selkis 2, Buffam 15, Foley 6, Dos 8, Franco 6, Harris 2, O’Brien 8. Skykomish-Brown 5, McCausland 5, Coryell 5, Nelson 18, Farmer 2, Valintine 3. 3-point goals-Nelson 3, Brown 1, Coryell 1, Buffam 1. Records-Lopez 3-2 overall. Skykomish 0-3.

  • Cascade 65, Shorecrest 56: Kayla Huss scored 34 points and teammate Lu Ann Anderson added 19 to lead the Bruins to the Wesco 4A victory.


    Shorecrest

    17

    12

    10

    17

    56

    Cascade

    17

    10

    23

    15

    65


    Shorecrest-Dennis 6, Kirkness 4, Michiels 10, Martin 23, Lopez 6, O’Suna 1, Borougs 4, Moore 12. Cascade-Huss 34, Sullivan 4, Anderson 19, Smake 8. 3-point goals-Huss 3. JV score-Cascade 42, Shorecrest 40. Records-Shorecrest 0-2 in league, 1-2 overall. Cascade 2-0, 5-0.

  • Snohomish 66, Edmonds-Woodway 37: Danielle Markey and Brittany Mock combined for 29 points to lead the Panthers to the Wesco 4A victory.


    Edmonds-Woodway

    13

    7

    8

    9

    37

    Snohomish

    20

    17

    11

    18

    66


    Edmonds-Woodway-Hitchner 5, Addex 4, Gifford 3, Woodaerd 5, Brown 4, Addex 5, Bordoux 9, Harter 2. Snohomish-Barstow 2, Cornwell 3, Staley 2, Hopkins 7, Lindamuth 2, Markey 15, Thompson 2, Mock 14, , Bailey 8, Speer 11. 3-point goals-Hitchner 1, Cornwell 1, Gifford 1, Woodard 1, Markey 3, Bordoux 3. JV-Snohomish def. Edmonds-Woodway. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 0-1 in league, 2-3 overall. Snohomish 2-0, 3-1.

  • Kamiak 60, Sehome 49: Lindsay Page poured in 24 points to lead Kamiak to the Wesco 4A win. Michelle Beaumont scored 21 points including three 3-point field goals to lead Sehome.


    Kamiak

    12

    15

    13

    20

    60

    Sehome

    10

    6

    13

    20

    49


    Kamiak-Burrows 2, Larsen 7, Black 3, McDonnell 4, Peterson 7, Martin 2, Jenkins 7, Balch 4, Page 24. Sehome-K. Weeden 7, J. Weeden 4, Stevenson 3, Frey 2, Crowley 3, McEvoy 9, Beaumont 21. 3-point goals-Peterson 1, J. Weeden 1, Stevenson 1, McEvoy 1, Beaumont 3. JV score-Kamiak 42, Sehome 29. Records-Kamiak 1-1 in league, 3-1 overall. Sehome 1-1, 2-3.

  • Oak Harbor 84, Mariner 66: Valerie Hartman scored 24 points for Oak Harbor in the Wesco 4A victory. Amanda Kerr had 22 points for Mariner.


    Mariner

    18

    17

    10

    21

    66

    Oak Harbor

    12

    25

    22

    25

    84


    Mariner-Bowler 14, Kerr 22, Desimone 18, Richardson 3, Burns 5, Moore 2, Huffman 2. Oak Harbor-Bull 1, Hartman 24, Brundidge 5, Manibusen 15, King 6, Bratt 1, Phillips 8, Armstrong 8, White 2, Spears 14. 3-point goals-Manibusen 4, Hartman 3, Bowler 3, Burns 1, Richardson 1, Kerr 1. JV-Oak Harbor def. Mariner. Records-Oak Harbor 2-0 in league, 3-2 overall. Mariner 0-2, 2-4.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 52, Mountlake Terrace 29: Ashley Doolen scored 11 points and Jocylin Duce scored 10 to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco 4A victory.


    Marysville-Pilchuck

    6

    16

    13

    17

    52

    Mountlake Terrace

    6

    8

    4

    11

    29


    Marysville-Pilchuck-Hopp 2, Howell 5, Duce 10, Thomas 2, Coverdale 5, Doolen 11, Acheta 2, Smith 6, Roth 7, Zamora 2. Mountlake Terrace-Bedwell 7, Everett 2, Giuffrida 6, Logan 4, Mundt 8, Leer 2. 3-point goals-Duce 2, Bedwell 1. JV score-Marysville-Pilchuck 57, Mountlake Terrace 38. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 2-0 in league, 4-1 overall. Mountlake Terrace 0-2, 1-4.

  • Arlington 51, Lynnwood 49: Kayla Burt grabbed a deflected pass and went the length of the floor to lay the ball in as time expired to give Arlington the Wesco 3A victory. Burt led all scorers with 19 points.


    Arlington

    12

    16

    13

    10

    51

    Lynnwood

    13

    7

    17

    12

    49


    Arlington-Burt 19, Elliott 15, Scheppele 8, Penix 5, S. Cort 2, Murdock 2. Lynnwood-Hunsinger 16, Nash 11, Chomos 9, Owen 4, Pitts 4, Ayers 2, McGaughey 2, Parks 1. 3-point goals-Hunsinger 4, Scheppele 2, Burt 1, Chomos 1. JV-Lynnwood def. Arlington. Records-Arlington 1-0 in league, 3-2 overall. Lynnwood 0-1, 1-4.

  • Monroe 65, Jackson 35: Fauziya Muhammad scored 15 points and had eight rebounds, eight steals, and eight assists to lead Monroe to the Wesco 3A victory.


    Jackson

    2

    8

    15

    10

    35

    Monroe

    19

    16

    14

    16

    65


    Jackson-Arango 7, Shadle 10, Freimuth 7, Baller 3, Jones 2, Storm 1, Elsinger 5. Monroe-Muhammad 15, Che’ Oh 14, Keck 12, Curtis 4, Cia Oh 2, Ewing 2, Johnson 14. 3-point goals-Johnson 2, Muhammad 1. JV score-Monroe 33, Jackson 32. Records-Monroe 1-0 in league, 4-2 overall. Jackson 0-1, 1-5.

  • Stanwood 58, Everett 55: Tina Donahue scored 19 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in the Wesco 3A conference game for Stanwood. Everett was led by Julie Raab with 20 points.


    Stanwood

    10

    22

    8

    18

    58

    Everett

    7

    8

    22

    18

    55


    Stanwood-Donahue 19, Leatherman 15, Abrams 7, Beauchamp 6, Amundson 4, Abrams 4, Z. Urness 2, Buckholz 1. Everett-Raab 20, Huth 17, Webber 7, Bjella 5, Barton 2, Olson 2, Loesche 2. 3-point goals-Leatherman 2, Donahue 2, Abrams 1. JV-Stanwood def. Everett. Records-Stanwood 1-0 in league, 4-3 overall. Everett 0-1, 1-5.

  • South Whidbey 46, Blaine 44 OT: Hilary Wick scored 15 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead South Whidbey to the North Cascades Conference win. Teammate Melissa Poolman chipped in 14 points and three steals.


    Blaine

    6

    17

    4

    15

    2-

    44

    South Whidbey

    9

    13

    8

    12

    4-

    46


    Blaine-Taylor 4, Robertson 9, Walter 2, Francis 5, Sticklin 11, Summers 2, Riddle 8. South Whidbey-Robinson 3, Binford 8, Gabelein 3, Gutzmer 3, Poolman 14, Wick 15. 3-point goals-Robinson 1. JV-South Whidbey def. Blaine. Records-South Whidbey 2-1 league, 3-2 overall. Blaine 0-2, 1-2.

  • Mount Baker 63, Sultan 15: Mount Baker won every bout except for the 275-pound weight class in the North Cascades Conference meet.

    103-Jules (MB) pinned B. Claussen :41, first; 112-Baisden (MB) dec. Beedle, 13-5; 119-Zenden (MB) pinned J. Claussen, 1:35, second; 125-M. Rathjen (MB) dec. McDicken, 9-7; 130-Smith (MB) pinned Dennis, 1:06, second; 135-Rozeboom (MB) pinned Nye, 1:08, third; 140– Vavra (MB) tech. fall Fortier, 18-2; 145-D. Rathjen (MB) pinned Lemmon, 1:12, secoond; 152-Horsemon (MB) dec. Roesler, 19-18; 160-Vavra (MB) pinned Brown, 1:33, second; 171-Krautez (MB) won by forfeit; 189-Compton (MB) pinned Sweum, 1:31, first; 215-Peuz (MB) won by forfeit; 275-Root (S) dec. Jonas, 8-7. Records-Sultan 2-1 in league and overall. Mount Baker 3-0.

  • Nooksack Valley 58, Sultan 18: Sultan won all three of its bouts by forfeit in the North Cascades Conference meet.

    103-C. Warren (N) tech. fall B. Claussen, 16-1; 112-Kelley (N) pinned Beedle, 1:19, first; 119-Van Dyke (N) pinned J. Claussen, not reported; 125-Jackson (N) dec. McDicken, 21-9; 130-C.J. Warren (N) dec. Dennis, 9-6; 135-Nye (S) won by forfeit; 140-A. Larson (N) pinned Fortier, 1:17, second ; 145-R. Larsen (N) pinned Lemmon, :57, first; 152-Roesler (S) won by forfeit; 160-Honcoop (N) dec. Brown, 13-1; 171-Harter (N) won by forfeit; 189-Marshall (N) pinned Sweum, :30, first; 215-Pitman (N) won by forfeit; 275-Root (S) won by forfeit. Records-Sultan 2-2 in league and overall. Nooksack Valley 3-0.

  • Darrington 54, Friday Harbor 21: Darrington won all eight matches between 103 and 145 pounds in the Northwest A League meet.

    103-Holtz (Darrington) pinned Sooter :46 first round; 112-Friddle (D) won by forfeit; 119-Van Landingham (D) pinned Foley 1:12 second round; 125-Pope (D) won by forfeit; 130-Stevens (D) pinned Lee 1:12 second round; 135-Padgett (D) pinned Fritz :14 first round; 140-Pater (D) pinned Kempton 1:38 first round; 145-Forrest (D) pinned Cabos :56 third round; 152-Leed (Friday Harbor) dec. over Farley 13-6; 160-Alps (FH) won by forfeit; 171-Jamison (FH) pinned Gullikson :11 first round; 189-Johnson (FH) pinned Welch 1:18 first round; 215-Cabe (D) pinned Marsh :31 first round; 275-Double forfeit. Records-Darrington 1-1 in league and overall. Friday Harbor 0-1, 0-1.

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