Strong defensive effort leads Tulalip

TULALIP — Tulalip Heritage used a solid defensive effort and poor first-half shooting from the Lake Stevens sophomore team to defeat the Vikings sophs 53-46 in the non-league contest Monday.

“We came out with a little bit of hustle and played tight defense,” Tulalip coach Leon Enick said.

The Hawks outscored the Vikings 13-4 in the opening quarter and took a 30-16 lead into halftime.

Lake Stevens shot better in the second half and their defense limited Tulalip to 23 second half points, but the halftime deficit proved insurmountable.

James Mathias led Tulalip with 22 points and Rickie Davis had a team-high 14 rebounds.

At Tulalip Tribal Center

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LS sophs — Groff 6, Paggott 10, Clayton 4, Hoelzel 6, Laurine 3, Lackey 2, Girad 1, Schmuck 12, Hanson 2, Tanner, Stuart, Hamilton, Dacoco. Tulalip Heritage — Davis 9, Hatch 1, Henry 3, Johnson, Kublic 3, Mathias 22, Wasko 15, Wayne 0, Ramos. 3-point goals — Kublic 1, Henry 1, Mathias 1, Wasko 1. Record — TH 2-2 overall.

Girls basketball

Tulalip Heritage 39, Lake Stevens sophs 38: At Tulalip, the Hawks withstood a late charge from the Lake Stevens sophs and hung on to win. Leteesha Jack led Tulalip Heritage with 13 points.

At Tulalip Tribal Center

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LS sophs — not reported. Tulalip Heritage — Dean, Burke, Enick 6, Fryberg 2, Jack 13, Jones 5, Robinson 11, Velazquez 2. 3-point goals — Jack 1, Robinson 2, Enick 2. Record — TH 2-1 overall.

Boys swimming

Everett 98, Anacortes 81: At Anacortes, Alex Tarr won the 100 yard butterfly, the 500 freestyle and was on the winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams for the Seagulls in the non-league meet.

At Fidalgo Pool

200 medley relay—Everett (Rogers, Lee, Erickson, Tarr), 1:59.32; 200 freestyle—Liska (E), 2:00.98; 200 individual medley—Erickson (E), 2:23.21; 50 freestyle—Rogers (E), 25.03; Diving—Yates (A) 100 butterfly—Tarr 1:01.10; 100 freestyle—Liska (E), 57.38; 500 freestyle—Tarr (E), 5:39.84; 200 freestyle relay—Everett (Lichenneckert, Rogers, Naab, Liska ) 1:49.70; 100 backstroke—Rogers (E), 1:11.12 100 breaststroke—Holmes (A), 1:09.28’; 400 freestyle relay—Everett (Lickenecker, Erickson, Lee, Tarr), 4:03.94. Records— Everett 3-2 overall. Anacortes not reported.

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