Terrace boys top Royals

Herald staff

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -The Mountlake Terrace Hawks defeated Lynnwood 65-52 Saturday night at Mountlake Terrace High School in a boys non-conference basketball game.

Mountlake Terrace was paced by Roger Russaw, who scored a season and game-high 21 points, and teammate Dan Boxley, who had 12 points, 12 rebounds and four blocked shots.

“Russaw, and Boxley were the glue to our success tonight and they both played real solid,” said Mountlake Terrace coach Nalen Sood.

Lynnwood could never really recover from its 16-4 first-quarter deficit. The Royals were led by Bobby Hinnenkamp’s 16 points.


Lynnwood-Le 1, Mus 2, Hinnenkamp 16, Porter 8, Palmer 2, Toussaint 8, Bonallo 1, Erickson 4, Matzen 10. Mountlake Terrace-Russaw 21, Hedgecock 11, Rowland 9, Boxley 12, Webb 5, Crosby 5, Gibbs 2. 3-point goals-Hinnenkamp 2, Rowland 2, Crosby 1, Hedgecock 1. JV score-Mountlake Terrace 58, Lynnwood 50 Records-Mountlake Terrace 3-0 overall. Lynnwood 0-2.

  • Lakewood 56, Orcas Island 49: Mike Work had 18 points, five rebounds and was 4-4 from the line to lead Lakewood to the non-conference victory over Orcas Island.


    Lakewood

    13

    12

    11

    20

    56

    Orcas Island

    13

    9

    9

    18 –

    49


    Lakewood-Landman 7, Olson 4, Rocha 7, Stearns 7, Work 18, Peterson 5, Poeschel.8. Orcas Island-R. Harrington 3, C. Harrington 3, Plaister 2, J. Gage 6, Sasan 13, Harris 6, Curtis 6, A. Gage 8. 3-point goals-Landman 1, Rocha 1, Peterson 1, A. Gage 2. JV score-Lakewood 54, Orcas Island 29. Records-Lakewood 1-1 overall. Orcas Island 1-1.

  • Friday Harbor 60, Grace Academy 44: Shane Coulter and Tyler Williams scored 23 and 21 points, respectively, to lead Friday Harbor to the non-conference victory. Adam Posenjak had 12 assists for Friday Harbor.


    Grace Academy

    14

    7

    6

    17

    44

    Friday Harbor

    14

    11

    5

    30

    60


    Grace Academy-Battorff 1, Voges 1, Shorts 2, Snyder 2, Andrews 15, Norton 14, Stocks 9. Friday Harbor-Williams 21, Posenjak 4, Coulter 23, Percich 2, Lartz 10. 3-point goals-Andrews 1, Williams 1. JV score- Friday Harbor 68, Grace Academy 35. Records-Friday Harbor 2-0 overall. Grace Academy not reported.

  • Shoreline Christian 73, Seattle Lutheran 70, 2OT: In the Saints Pride tournament championship game, MVP Dustin DeKoekkoek scored 25 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead Shoreline Christian to the victory. Seth Caine scored 44 for Seattle Lutheran.


    Shoreline Christian

    8

    13

    16

    15

    7

    14-73

    Seattle Lutheran

    10

    15

    9

    18

    7

    11-70


    Shoreline Christian-DeKoekkoek 25, Broekhuis 20, House 16, Groen 6, Hicks 2, Priens 2, Frinell 2. Seattle Lutheran-Caine 44, Matthews 7, Tornow 4, Cornutt 4, DeBeau 4, Wilde 4, French 2, Mattson 1. 3-point goals-Caine 6, Broekhuis 4, House 2, Matthews 1. Records-Shoreline Christian 2-0 overall. Seattle Lutheran 1-1.

  • Lopez 49, Heritage Christian 23: Lopez’s Jason Buffum recorded a triple double, with 11 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists. He also had seven steals in the non-conference victory.


    Heritage Christian

    2

    9

    10

    2

    23

    Lopez

    16

    19

    9

    5

    49


    Heritage Christian-Potts 6, Suplin 2, Liorman 8, Hendrickson 2, Lee 2, St. Clair 3. Lopez-Seifert 24, Hero 2, Buffum 11, Foley 5, Johnson 4, Redelk 3. 3-point goals-Buffum 3, Seifort 2. Records-Lopez 1-1 overall. Heritage Christian 0-2.

  • Mountlake Terrace 49, Lynnwood 37: Sophomore Kelsey Voetmann scored 11 points and had eight rebounds to lead Mountlake Terrace to the non-conference win.


    Lynnwood

    8

    12

    8

    9

    37

    Mountlake Terrace

    13

    11

    9

    16

    49


    Lynnwood-Chomos 5, Ayers 3, Huntsinger 12, McGaughey 3, Filipo 4, Nash 2, Pitts 6, Owen 2. Mountlake Terrace– Mills 6, Bedwell 9, Everett 5, Tiedeman 3, S. Giuffrida 8, Logan 4, Mundt 1, Voetmann 11, A. Giuffrida 2. 3-point goals-none. JV score-Mountlake Terrace 48, Lynwood 17. Records-Lynwood 0-2 0verall. Mountlake Terrace 1-0.

  • Jackson 68, Sedro-Woolley 32 : Andrea Jones scored 22 points to lead Jackson to the non-conference win.


    Sedro-Woolley

    9

    7

    9

    7

    32

    Jackson

    15

    17

    18

    18

    68


    Sedro-Woolley-Cheadle 7, Sandlin 2, Hyatt 7, Schiefelbein 4, Hawkins 1, Bauman 1, Winters 6, Bisson 4. Jackson-Arango 7, McClenahan 2, Freimuth 13, Shropshire 5, Jones 22, Shadle 9, Eisinger 10. 3-point goals-Shropshire 1. JV score-Jackson 47, Sedro-Woolley 7. Records-Jackson 1-2 overall. Sedro-Woolley not reported.

  • White River 58, Stanwood 30: Tina Donahue scored 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for Stanwood in the non-conference game.


    Stanwood

    2

    12

    6

    10

    30

    White River

    20

    23

    7

    8

    58


    Stanwood-Donahue 11, Amundson 4, Z. Urness 3, Brook 3, Beauchamp 3, Leatherman 3, Abrams 2, Karlberg 1. White River-Hubbard 16, Cristal 11, Hermanson 11, Weisbech 10, Anderson 6, Peloli 2, Rybach 2. 3-point goals-Beauchamp 1, Donahue 1. JV score-White River 46, Stanwood 18. Records-Stanwood 1-2 overall. White River 1-0.

  • Lakewood 75, Orcas Island 25: Lakewood’s Stephanie Anderson scored 20 points to lead the Cougars to the non-conference victory.


    Lakewood

    9

    26

    27

    13

    75

    Orcas Island

    6

    5

    6

    8

    25


    Lakewood-S. Anderson 20, A. Anderson 15, McFarland 3, Steinborn 7, Ko. Guske 5, Ka. Guske 4, Ludington 8, Teasley 13. Orcas Island-Wrightsman 5, Sharp 8, Clancy 12 3-point goals-S. Anderson 6, Steinborn 1, Ko. Guske 1, Sharp 1. Records-Lakewood 1-0 overall. Orcas Island 0-1.

  • South Whidbey 64, Bellevue Christian 47: Hilary Wick scored 18 points and Julie Robinson had 10 points, seven assists and five rebounds to lead South Whidbey to the non-conference victory.


    Bellevue Christian

    11

    10

    15

    11

    47

    South Whidbey

    23

    13

    10

    18

    64


    Bellevue Christian-Urie 3, Pelascini 5, Bush 4, Sooter 6, Goellefield 9, Jones 3, Pace 13, Downs 2, Castillo 2. South Whidbey-J. Robinson 10, K. Robinson 2, Binford 5, Gabelein 9, Dutzmer 7, Watson 2, Poolman 9, Wick 18, Johnson 2 . 3-point goals-J. Robinson 1, Urie 1, Pace 2. Records-Bellevue Christian 0-1 overall. South Whidbey 1-1.

  • Shoreline Christian 43, Seattle Lutheran 42: Darcy Madison scored 23 points, grabbed nine boards and had five steals to lead Shoreline Christian to the first-place finish at the Saints Pride Tournament. Madison was also named tournament MVP.


    Shoreline Christian

    14

    10

    9

    10

    43

    Seattle Lutheran

    8

    9

    12

    13

    42


    Shoreline Christian-Madison 24, Van Hall 8, Nedelman 6, Hodges 4, Nelson 2. Seattle Lutheran-King 14, Lloyd 12, Stevens 7, Jensen 7, Walker 2. 3-point goals-King 1. Records-Shoreline Christian 2-0, overall. Seattle Lutheran 1-1.

  • Grace Academy 41, Friday Harbor 27: Liesl Holzknecht had nine steals to go with her four points to lead Grace Academy to the non-conference victory.


    Grace Academy

    6

    15

    8

    12

    41

    Friday Harbor

    9

    4

    6

    8

    27


    Grace Academy-Calvin 15, Howard 8, Jc. Short 7, Holzknecht 4, Holt 3, Setzer 2, Jm. Short 2. Friday Harbor-Early 9, Petema 6, Burchich 6, Brem 3, Carlson 2, Damico 1. 3-point goals-Jc. Short 1, Howard 1. Records-Grace Academy 2-0 overall. Friday Harbor 1-1.

  • Sehome 67, Ferndale 48: Ellen Crowley scored 12 points and had nine rebounds in the non-conference victory for Sehome.


    Ferndale

    11

    14

    10

    13

    48

    Sehome

    6

    26

    18

    17

    67


    Ferndale-Dahl 13, Wiley 9, Mault 8, Mccarrel 5, Turner 4, Irwin 4, McAlpine 3, Hoelzle 2. Sehome-Frey 15, Crowley 12, Stevenson 7, K. Weden 7, J. Weden 7, McEvoy 7, Zaremba 6, Stienen 6. 3-point goals-Dahl 3, J. Weden 1, Stevenson 1, Frey 1. JV score-Ferndale 37, Sehome 32. Records-Ferndale 1-1 overall. Sehome 1-1.

  • Lopez 48, Heritage Christian 31: Lauren Savage scored 24 points and grabbed 19 rebounds to lead Lopez to the Northwest B League victory.


    Heritage Christian

    8

    9

    8

    6

    31

    Lopez

    9

    17

    9

    14

    48


    Heritage Christian-Chase 13, Hammond 9, Murray 5, Hume 4. Lopez-Savage 24, Dalton 9, Elings 5, Jones 5, Shipman 4, Chicovsky 2. 3-point goals-none. Records-Heritage Christian 0-1 in league and overall. Lopez 1-0.

  • Jackson 54, Lynden 21: Jackson won six bouts by forfeit to earn the non-conference victory.

    103-double forfeit; 112-Berkenbuel (J) pinned Dumel, 3:09; 119-Rodriguez (L) dec. Wood 18-14; 125-Demetrco (L) won by forfeit; 130-Lopes (L) won by forfeit; 135-Yonkers (J) won by forfeit; 140-Ediger (J) won by forfeit; 145-Davis (L) pinned Loya, 2:56; 152-Rodriguez (J) pinned R. Bush, 4:21; 160-Cross (J) won by forfeit; 171-Lohuis (J) pinned D. Bush, 3:54; 189-Todd (J) won by forfeit; 215-Houvner (J) won by forfeit; 275-Brown (J) won by forfeit. Records-Jackson 1-1 overall. Lynden 0-2.

  • Granite Falls 66, Friday Harbor 13: Andres Valleza won his bout by pinning his man with 1:35 left in the third round to lead Granite Falls to the non-conference victory.

    103-Kranson (GF) won by forfeit; 112-Luhrs (GF) won by forfeit; 119-Holo (GF) won by forfeit; 125-Duff (GF) pinned Joley, first; 130-Kuckuck (GF) won by forfeit; 135-Valleza (GF) pinned Raccaylarock, 1:35 third; 140-Zizz (FH) pinned Chamberlin, 1:30 first; 145-Cobbs (FHl) pinned Ingraham, :56 second; 152-Brittinleed (FH) pinned Bennett, first; 160-Rutherford (GF) won by forfeit; 171-B. Smith (GF) won by forfeit; 189-MccIbben (GF) won by forfeit; 215-Orta (GF) won by forfeit; 275-W. Smith (GF) won by forfeit. Records-Granite Falls 1-0 overall. Friday Harbor 0-1.

  • Viking Invitational: At Lake Stevens High School, Burke Barnes of Lake Stevens was named the most outstanding wrestler at the 24th annual Viking Invitational. Lake Stevens won the team title with 252.5 points. Squalicum finished second with 175.

  • Forks Tournament: Sultan’s Allen Root, who wrestles in the 275 pound weight class, was named outstanding wrestler at the seven team tournament. Ridgefield High School came in first with 257 points, Port Angeles was second with 176 points and Sultan was third with 112 points.
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