Stars of the night for Saturday, Feb. 15

Stars of the night for Saturday, Feb. 15:

Muhammed Kineth, Mountlake Terrace boys basketball

Kineth, a junior forward, drained a game-winning 3-point shot at the buzzer to propel the Hawks to a 51-50 victory over Anacortes in the quarterfinals of the Class 2A Northwest/Sea-King Bi-District Tournament.

Matthew King, Glacier Peak boys swim & dive

King, a senior, broke his own two-year old 4A Northwest District swim and dive championships meet records in the 50 and 100 freestyle with times of 20.3 seconds and 44.06 seconds, respectively.

Isaac Poole Shorewood, boys swim & dive

Poole, a senior, smashed the 29-year old diving record at the 3A Northwest District swim and dive championships meet at Snohomish Aquatic Center with a score of 586.85. The mark was 87.4 points above the previous record.

Cort Roberson, Stanwood boys basketball

Roberson, a junior guard, netted 24 points as the Spartans topped rival Arlington 63-61 in a quarterfinal matchup at the 3A Northwest District Tournament.

Morgan Stacey, Lakewood boys basketball

Stacey, a senior forward, scored 29 points in the Cougars’ 81-72 win over Liberty in the quarterfinals of the 2A Northwest District Tournament.

Tyler Fouts, Lake Stevens boys wrestling

Fouts, a sophomore, beat Graham-Kapowsin’s Kai Calhoun by major decision, 11-2, to earn the 120-pound championship at the 4A Region 1 Tournament.

Alex Rapelje, Edmonds-Woodway boys wrestling

Rapelje, a sophomore ranked third at 138 pounds by Washington Wrestling Report, earned a 7-2 decision over Prairie’s Jason Wilcox, ranked second, to claim the 138-pound title at the 3A Region 2 Tournament.

Holly Butler, Snohomish girls wrestling

Butler, a senior, won two matches by pin and another by technical fall on her way to a 135-pound title at the Girls Region 1 Tournament at Sedro-Woolley High School. Butler won the title match in just 20 seconds.

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