Monroe’s Colby Kyle reaches out for a loose ball with Cascade’s Dauntay Woods trailing Thursday night in Monroe on January 12, 2017. The Bearcats won 57-43. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Thursday’s prep boys basketball results

BOYS BASKETBALL

Kamiak 70, Jackson 56

Kamiak 25 15 12 18 —70

Jackson 10 24 17 5 —56

Kamiak—Carson Tuttle 29, Danny Sharpe 16, Christian Clausen 13, Landon Overtuff 10, Keller Whitney 2, Swell Ewing 0, Patrick Olson 0, Josh Santiago 0, Hunter Watkins 0. Jackson—Parker Manalo 26, Jordan Brajcich 10, Ian Willgress 8, Islim Ouldtaki 7, Hunter Johnson 5, Paul Doney 0, Christian Liddell 0, Hunter Taylor 0.

Glacier Peak 74, Mariner 35

Glacier Peak 10 17 22 25 —74

Mariner 6 13 9 7 —35

Glacier Peak—Seiver Southard 18, Bo Burns 15, Justin Purcell 11, Bobby Martin 9, Evan Mannes 9, Trey Lawrence 5, Austin Petz 4, Brock Bradley 3. Mariner—Jalen Hayes 8, Zeb Carrow 7, Drake Cardoza 6, Edwin Bouah 5, Harmandeep Singh 4, Dwan Mallett 3, Chris Hendrickson 2, Dwayne Ewing 0.

Monroe 57, Cascade 43

Cascade 5 12 14 12 —43

Monroe 11 12 17 17 —57

Cascade—D’Andre Bryant 12, Trevon Blackmon 9, Briar Nguyen 7, Musa Baldeh 5, Charles Coleman 4, Dezmond Tyler-Davis 3, Topaz Kiptabut 2, Muhammed Kolly 1, Nicholas Klemp 0, Donelle Meriwether 0, Dauntay Woods 0. Monroe—Trenton Newhouse 22, Spencer Davidson 14, Colby Kyle 13, Justin Folz 4, Joshua Jerome 2, Isaiah Cole 2, JD Merwin 0, JJ Jerome 0.

Lake Stevens 57, Mt. Vernon 46

Lake Stevens 12 13 18 14 —57

Mount Vernon 13 15 8 10 —46

Lake Stevens—Ryder Kavanagh 23, Trey Pavitt 22, DeShawn McFerrin 4, Noah Wallace 4, Derik Myers 4, Will Wentz 0, Wyatt Wahlberg 0, Mitch Peterson 0, Jesse King 0, Dominck McLaurin 0. Mount Vernon—Bryce Jones 10, Ryan Kennedy 8, Cooper Tobiason 8, Nic Sokol 6, Carlos Garcia 6, Mitchell Factor 3, Austin Darnell 3, Dylan Cyr 2, Matthew Oldow 0, Henry Nutting 0, Coby Calvin 0.

Orcas 77, Darrington 28

Darrington 11 6 4 7 —28

Orcas 25 17 13 22 —77

Darrington—Paul Frank 9, Robert Smith 6, Justin Draper 5, Alex McConnaughy 5, Noah Tillequots 2, Andrew Soloman 1, Titus Soloman 0, Colby Hudson 0, Fisher Ayers 0, Brevin Ross 0. Orcas— Bullock 18, Murphy 14, Harlow 12, Simpson 11, Amork 10, Chester 4, Duni 3, Kruse 3, Randolf 2, White 0, Maier 0.

CPC-MLT 83, A. Christian 10

A. Christian 3 5 2 0 —10

CPC-MLT 37 27 6 13 —83

Arlington Christian—Carter DeGroot 3, Ethan Avilucea 0, Lane Hendricks 0, Jay Lawler 0, Adam Miller 0, Matteo Pellegrini 7, Aidan Noble 0. Cedar Park Christian-MLT—Jaide St. Lewis 32, Sam Yaranon 20, Ryan Maxwell 8, Erwin Weary 7, Christopher Kaneda 6, Jacob Schley 5, Grant Gilmore 3, Micah Campbell 2, Teagen Niemeyer 0, Jacob Catey 0.

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