Thursday’s prep results, with links to recaps

Here are Thursday’s prep results, with links to recaps:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Mountlake Terrace Holiday Tournament

Edmonds-Woodway 73, Nathan Hale 62

Sunnyside 66, Sehome 59

Ferndale vs. Ballard, not reported

Mountlake Terrace 72, Auburn Mountainview 35

Surf ‘N Slam Tournament

At Mission Bay H.S., San Diego

Lake Stevens 63, Eastlake 60 (2OT)

Rancho Mirage (Calif.) Holiday Invitational

At Rancho Mirage H.S.

Sierra Vista (Calif.) 48, Kamiak 42

T-Town Throwdown

At Wilson H.S.

Kelowna (B.C.) vs. Monroe, not reported

Auburn Riverside Holiday Classic

Glacier Peak 73, Kent Meridian 67

Wilbur-Ellis SunDome Shootout

At Yakima Valley SunDome

Cedar Park Christian 53, Hoquiam 50

W.F. West 52, Lakewood 48, stats not reported

Raymond Holiday Classic

At Raymond H.S.

Montesano 76, Darrington 27

Bellevue College Holiday Classic

At Bellevue College

Bainbridge 58, King’s 46, stats not reported

Lummi Holiday Classic

Taholah 77, Tulalip Heritage 63

Thursday’s games

Non-conference

Mount Rainier 63, Lynnwood 54

Juanita 63, Meadowdale 54

Arlington 66, Cedarcrest 43

South Whidbey 49, Ridgefield 31

BOYS WRESTLING

Pat Lovell Holiday Classic

At Aptos (Calif.) H.S.

Team scores after Day 1 (leader plus local schools) — 1. Sutter (Calif.) 106, 2. Lake Stevens 97.

Lake Stevens quarterfinalists — 106: Jake Bennett; 120: Kyle LaCoursiere; 152: Julian Fryberg; 170: Isaac Gust; 285: Devin Kylany.

M2 Mallet

At Rogers H.S. (Spokane)

Team scores (winner plus local schools) — 1. University 183, 6. Monroe 121.

Monroe placers—106: Hollis Willet 6th; 113: Cole Lance 1st; 120: Chad Pease 3rd; 138: Joseph Littrell 5th; 145: Taylor Ivy 2nd; 170: Colton Hernandez 5th; 195: Hunter Harris 2nd.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Cloud 9 Sports Christmas Classic

At Lynden H.S./Lynden Christian H.S.

Ilwaco 70, King’s 53

Monroe 49, Cascade Christian 41

La Center 53, Snohomish 39

Cam Jam Clash for Cancer

At Central Valley H.S.

Glacier Peak 58, Mead 39

Moses Lake 48, Stanwood 42

Cougar Classic

At Lakewood H.S.

Lakeside 50, Lakewood 30

Thursday’s games

Non-conference

North Creek 66, Marysville Pilchuck 14, stats not reported

Jackson 61, Eastside Catholic 46, stats not reported

South Whidbey vs. Oak Harbor, not reported

Lynnwood 66, Mount Rainier 39

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