Stanwood 3-1 after win over Mount Vernon

MOUNT VERNON – The Stanwood Spartans boys soccer team matched their 2005 season total for victories Saturday with a 1-0 shutout of Mount Vernon at Mount Vernon High School.

The Spartans, 3-1 in the south division and overall, finished with a 3-13 record and seventh in the Wesco North last season.

Stanwood currently sits at No. 3 in the division, a game behind Snohomish and Lake Stevens.

“When we put it all together we do well,” Spartans coach Dave Anderson said.

Senior Shay Mailloux scored the lone goal early in the second half on an assist from junior Aaron Poh.

It was Mailloux’s team-leading third goal of the season.

The Spartans also got strong play from its goalkeeper, senior Chris Layton.

Layton, who had missed the previous game due to an illness, recorded his second shutout in as many starts. Layton held Monroe scoreless in their March 14 match.

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Goals-Stanwood: Mailloux. Assists-Stanwood: Poh. Goalkeepers-Stanwood: Layton. Mount Vernon: not reported. Records-Stanwood 3-1-0 in division and overall. Mount Vernon 2-3-0.

Inglemoor 4, Edmonds-Woodway 0: At Kenmore, Inglemoor’s Leo Muliadi scored three goals and keeper Paul Stepler-Camp kept the Warriors scoreless en route to a non-league victory for the host Vikings. Robbie Stotler added a goal for the Vikings who are now undefeated in four games this season.

At Inglemoor H.S.

Goals-Inglemoor: Muliadi 3, Stotler. Assists-Inglemoor: Burger, Worthington. Goalkeepers-Inglemoor: Stepler-Camp. Edmonds-Woodway: not reported. Records-Inglemoor 2-0-2 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 1-4-0.

Lake Stevens 3, Oak Harbor 2 (OT): At Oak Harbor, Wes Vanhooser, a senior forward for Lake Stevens, scored his 50th career goal on a penalty kick in overtime to give the Vikings the Wesco North triumph. Vanhooser scored twice to give him eight goals this season.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Goals-Lake Stevens: Vanhooser 2, Warrington. Oak Harbor: Lokkins, Wagner. Goalkeepers-Lake Stevens: Holt. Oak Harbor: Wandell. Records-Lake Stevens: 5-0-0 in division and overall. Oak Harbor: 0-4-0.

Marysville-Pilchuck 6, Arlington 0: At Marysville, senior midfielder Tyson Farley scored a goal and made two assists for Marysville-Pilchuck and teammate Dennis Shirley added a goal and an assist in the Wesco North match.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

Goals-Maryville-Pilchuck: Shirley, Metcalf, Farley, Hanson, Whitfield, Elwell. Assists-Marysville-Pilchuck: Farley 2, Shirley. Goalkeepers-Arlington: Bayer. Marysville-Pilchuck: Willis, Kuehn. Records-Arlington: 0-4-0 in division and overall. Marysville-Pilchuck: 3-2-0.

Monroe 0, Cascade 0: At Everett, Monroe sophomore goalkeeper Andrew Chavez came into the game in place of starter Logan Summers, who received a yellow card with four minutes remaining in regulation, and made a handful of key saves to preserve the tie in the Wesco North match.

At Everett Memorial Stadium

Goalkeepers-Monroe: Summers, Chavez. Cascade: Thomas. Records-Monroe: 1-3-1 in division and overall. Cascade: 1-2-1.

Lakewood 1, Lynden Christian 0: At Lynden, Lakewood’s Eric Hawk scored in a shootout and Drew Scott recorded his third shutout as the Cougars defeated Lynden Christian in a non-conference game.

At Lynden

Goals-Lakewood: Hawk. Goalkeepers-Lakewood: Scott. Lynden Christian: Huartson. Records-Lakewood 3-1 overall. Lynden Christian 2-2.

Sultan 2, O’Dea 2: At Sultan, Jordan Davison and Wayde Olson each scored first-half goals for the host Turks, but O’Dea came back with two goals of its own in the second half of the non-league tie.

At Sultan H.S.

Goals-Sultan: Davison, Olson. O’Dea: Martini, Loftus. Assists-Sultan: Gonzalez, Olaso. O’Dea: Loftus, Becker. Goalkeepers-Sultan: Olaso. O’Dea: Herrick. Records-Sultan 0-1-2 overall. O’Dea 1-1-3.

Archbishop Murphy 6, Blaine 0: At Blaine, Alex Bickmann scored a goal and had two assists to lead the visiting Wildcats to a non-league victory over the Borderites of Blaine. Nick Anderson added a goal and an assist for the Wildcats who have won their first two games of the season.

At Blaine H.S.

Goals-AM: Anderson, Bickmann, Allen, Hayter, Ryan, O’Connell. Assists-AM: Cartwright, George, Bickmann 2, Ryan, Anderson. Goalkeepers-AM: Renslo, Johnson. Blaine: Velesquez. Records-AM 2-0-0 overall. Blaine not reported.

Meridian 1, Granite Falls 0: At Bellingham, Alex Couweleers scored the game’s only goal for the host Trojans in the non-league matchup. Jared Trecker had the shutout for Meridian as it is undefeated through its first six games.

At Meridian H.S.

Goals-Meridian: Couweleers. Assists-Meridian: none. Goalkeepers-Meridian: Trecker. Granite Falls: Turner. Records-Granite Falls 2-2-0 overall. Meridian 5-0-1.

Kamiak 7, Clover Park 0: At Lakewood, Kyle Benson scored two goals and assisted on a third to lead Kamiak to the non-league win Friday.

At Clover Park H.S.

Goals-Kamiak: Benson 2, Hall, Jasman, Christianson, Gaddy, Hawes. Assists-Kamiak: Haugen, Benson, Gaddy, Olsoy. Goalkeepers-Kamiak: Schilbach, Rivera. Clover Park: Not reported. Records-Kamiak 3-1-0 overall. Clover Park not reported.


Snohomish 3, Redmond 2 (10 innings): At Snohomish, the Panthers’ Kevin Rodland scored from second base when Redmond’s pitcher overthrew the third baseman after fielding Kyle Hennessey’s groundball with one out in the tenth inning. Hennessey went 3-for-5 and teammate Nick Hammons batted 2-for-4.

At Snohomish H.S.



Shewey, Schultz (2), Beade (5), Gaspard (6), Werkan (9) and Brandon. West, Martina (2), Hansen (5), Wood (6), B. Allen (9) and Hennessey. WP-B. Allen. LP-Werkan. Records-Redmond: 4-1 overall. Snohomish: 5-0.

Oak Harbor 4, Squalicum 2: At Squalicum, Chris Valencia drove home Cameron Kays for the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh and Oak Harbor came from behind to defeat. Squalicum in the non-conference game. The Wildcats’ big hit came off the bat of Johnny Encinas. Encinas’ two-out, two-run single tied the score at 2-2 in the sixth inning. Rhett Fenton had two doubles for Squalicum.

At Joe Martin Field

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B. Cays, Ellis (3), C. Cays (4), Radach (6), Lobbestael (7) and Encinas. McHenry, Turk (7) and Keller. WP-Radach (1-0). LP-Turk. S-Lobbestael (1). 2B-Fenton (S) 2. Records-Squalicum not reported. Oak Harbor 2-2 overall.

South Whidbey 10, Coupeville 2: At Coupeville, Lakota Holder hit a two-run home run and teammate Joey Parra batted 2-for-4 with a solo home run as South Whidbey defeated Coupeville in a non-conference game. Jason Shoudy pitched six innings, striking out eight for the Falcons. Mike Bagby batted 2-for-3 for Coupeville.

At Coupeville

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Shoudy, Smith (7) and Parra. Evans, Wilcox (5), Black (6) and Larson. WP-Shoudy. LP-Evans (0-2). 2B-Armstrong (C), Smith (SW). HR-Parra (SW). Records-South Whidbey 4-1 overall. Coupeville 1-4.

Fastpitch softball

Prairie 1, Shorecrest 0: At Seattle, Prairie pitcher Samantha Schoenwald scattered two hits and struck out 12 batters en route to a non-league victory at the UW Classic. Emma Snow pitched well for the Scots in the loss, striking out three and allowing four hits.

At Husky Softball Stadium



Snow and Berg. Schoenwald and Robertson. WP- Schoenwald. LP- Snow. Records-Shorecrest 1-1 in league, 1-2 overall. Prarie: not reported.

Sequim 10, South Whidbey 0: At Sequim, junior pitcher Alea Robertson tried to keep the visiting Falcons in the game by allowing just five hits through the first five innings, but seven unearned runs off of seven errors ensured a victory for the host Wolves.

At Sequim H.S.

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Robertson and Spalding. Sequim starters not reported. WP-Not reported. LP-Robertson. Records-South Whidbey 1-3 overall. Sequim 4-1.

Boys track

Wesco Freshman Boys Championships: At Snohomish, Curt Willams of Snohomish won both the long jump and the triple jump, and Chris Goodman, also of Snohomish, took the 800-meter and 1600-meter runs, as the host Panthers finished second behind Central Valley in the meet.

At Snohomish H.S.

Team results-Central Valley 106, Snohomish 96, Jackson 36, Seattle Academy 20, Capital 7.

110 hurdles-Mundell (S) 15.80; 100-Berry (S.A.) 11.56; 1,600-Goodman (S) 4:35.00; 400 relay-Central Valley 45.20; 400-Berry (S.A.) 51.35; 300 hurdles-Al Hussaine (J) 42.00; 800-Goodman (S) 2:05.00; 200-Schuh (C.V.) 22.30; 3,200-Damiano (C.V.) 9:57.00; 1,600 relay-Central Valley 3:32.07; Javelin-R. Johnson (S) 159-08; Discus-M. Johnson (S) 147-01; Triple jump-Willams (S) 42-04; Shot put-Kaiser (C.V.) 46.031/2 ; High jump-Van Duine (S) 5-10; Long jump-Willams (S) 21-04; Pole vault-Pinkerton (S) 13-06.

Girls track

Wesco Freshman Girls Championships: At Snohomish, Annalise Cook of Snohomish out-threw her nearest competitor by over 30 feet in the discus throw, and Brionna Cross, also of Snohomish, took first in the 100-meter dash and second in the 200-meter dash, as the host Panthers won the overall meet.

At Snohomish H.S.

Team results-Snohomish 110.5, Central Valley 46.5, Seattle Academy 44, Jackson, 30.5, Capital 22.5.

3,200-Sporrong (S) 11:49.00; 100 hurdles-Langston (S.A.) 16.72; 100-Cross (S) 13.10; 1,600-Feltner (S) 5:30.13; 400 relay-Snohomish 52.30; 400-Duval (C.V.) 1:02.96; 800-Campbell (C) 2:29.00; 200-Moritz (S.A.) 26.80; 300 hurdles-Hoard (Jackson) 53.20; 800 relay-Snohomish 1:52.90; 1,600 relay-Seattle Academy 4:12.00; Javelin-Jourdan (S.A.) 114-06; Discus-Cook (S) 111-06; Triple jump-Clark (S) 33-10; Shot put-Cook (S) 33-01; High jump-Ficklin (C.V.) 4-10; Long jump-Langston (S.A.) 17-04; Pole vault-Maritz (S.A.) 9-06.

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