Glacier Peak’s Matthew King (left) congratulates Lake Stevens’ Carter Walles Thursday after Walles won the 100-yard backstroke event during a matchup of three top Wesco boys swimming and diving squads at Lake Stevens High School. King finished second. The Vikings beat the Grizzlies 99-84 and Snohomish 123-63. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Matthew King (left) congratulates Lake Stevens’ Carter Walles Thursday after Walles won the 100-yard backstroke event during a matchup of three top Wesco boys swimming and diving squads at Lake Stevens High School. King finished second. The Vikings beat the Grizzlies 99-84 and Snohomish 123-63. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Thursday’s prep scores, links to recaps

BOYS BASKETBALL

Northwest 2A

Anacortes 71, Lakewood 52

Northwest 1B

Grace Academy 58, Providence Classical Christian 25

BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING

Wesco

Mariner 106, Mountlake Terrace 60; Edmonds-Woodway 135, Mariner 35

At Lynnwood Pool

200 medley relay— Edmonds-Woodway (Joseph Livesey, Chris Hoang, Anton Teplouhov, Niko Inadomi) 1:49.85; 200 freestyle—Logan Schnitzius (EW) 1:59.22; 200 individual medley—Livesey (EW) 2:15.54; 50 freestyle—Teplouhov (EW) 24.01; 100 butterfly—Inadomi (EW) 58.79; 100 freestyle—Yuteng Wang (EW) 52.64; 500 freestyle—Anthony Edwards (EW) 5:08.88; 200 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Ben Palmer, Teplouhov, Inadomi, Lukas Mraz) 1:35.98; 100 backstroke—Jeff Plum (EW) 59.63; 100 breaststroke—Sasha Bogatyrev (MT) 1:04.81; 400 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Schnitzius, Wang, Plum, Daniel Eno) 3:38.80.

Kamiak 122, Shorewood 64

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay— Kamiak (Slava Gilszmer, Walter Limm, Vlad Gliszmer, Jason Cooper) 1:41.41; 200 freestyle—Alex Kirby (K) 1:53.45; 200 individual medley—Cole Nouwens (S) 2:05.57; 50 freestyle—Maxwell Fang (K) 21.85; Diving — Isaac Poole (S) 225.20; 100 butterfly—Fang (K) 53.23; 100 freestyle—Kirby (K) :50; 500 freestyle—Michael Viray (K) 5:09.39; 200 freestyle relay—Kamiak (S. Gilszmer, Kirby, Limm, Fang) 1:31.33; 100 backstroke—V. Gilszmer (K) 55.65; 100 breaststroke—Nouwens (S) 1:02.03; 400 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Fang, Jonathan Ke, Brian Park, Jason Cooper) 3:24.88.

Lake Stevens 123, Snohomish 63; Lake Stevens 99, Glacier Peak 84

At Lake Stevens H.S.

200 medley relay— Lake Stevens (Carter Walles, Nathan Fleischmann, Quade McKenzie, Coleson Wynne) 1:44.61; 200 freestyle—Jonah Schedin (S) 1:50.01; 200 individual medley—Walles (LS) 2:04.08; 50 freestyle—Zach Cermak (GP) 23.25; Diving — Riley Koon (LS) 222.65; 100 butterfly—Matthew King (GP) 55.64; 100 freestyle—Andrew Meneses (GP) 50.96; 500 freestyle—Alejandro Flores (LS) 5:11.44; 200 freestyle relay—Glacier Peak (Cermak, Meneses, Jack Renschler, King) 1:36.32; 100 backstroke—Walles (LS) 54.18; 100 breaststroke—Bailey Griffin (LS) 1:10.63; 400 freestyle relay—Glacier Peak (Meneses, Cermak, Calvin Kremer, King) 3:24.71.

Mount Vernon 108, Marysville Pilchuck 71; Mount Vernon 126, Marysville Getchell 57

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

200 medley relay— Marysville Pilchuck (Ian Meetsma, Leif Anderson, Jared Edge, Jake Howat) 1:56.38; 200 freestyle—Colin Rittenhouse (MV) 2:15.41; 200 individual medley—Grant Carey-Odden (MV) 2:32.97; 50 freestyle—Isaac Smith (MV) 22.74; Diving — Anderson (MP) 168.90; 100 butterfly—Jedediah Nelson (MV) 1:09.70; 100 freestyle—Smith (MV) 51.37; 500 freestyle—Ethan Nelson (MP) 6:33.79; 200 freestyle relay—Mount Vernon (Rittenhouse, Arthur McPeak, Lane Harlan, Smith) 1:40.66; 100 backstroke—Carey-Odden (MV) 1:21.61; 100 breaststroke—Anderson (MP) 1:13.08; 400 freestyle relay—Marysville Pilchuck (Nate Novy, Edge, Howat, Meetsma) 3:51.47.

Shorecrest 139, Archbishop Murphy 42

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay— Shorecrest (Caden Clowers, Travis Zapalac, Erik Hallgrimson, Joe Triesch) 1:53.9; 200 freestyle— Kainoa Evans (AM) 2:06.98; 200 individual medley— Hallgrimson (SC) 2:23.8; 50 freestyle— Aric Prieve (SC) 23.15; Diving — Zapalac (SC) 128.05; 100 butterfly— Logan Stoecker (SC) 1:05.44; 100 freestyle— Andrew Harness (SC) 52.84; 500 freestyle— Hallgrimson (SC) 5:40.93; 200 freestyle relay— Shorecrest (Prieve, Spencer Thurman, Altay Sarikaya, Hallgrimson) 1:32.96; 100 backstroke— Gavin Kelley (SC) 1:04.9; 100 breaststroke— William Walters (AM) 1:05.94; 400 freestyle relay— Shorecrest (Prieve, Thurman, Harness, Hallgrimson).

Jackson 132, Cascade 52

At West Coast Aquatics Pool

200 medley relay—Jackson (Jon Cook, Justin Limberg, Quinn Greninger, Edward Engel) 1:41.43; 200 freestyle—Price Umento (J) 1:55.19; 200 individual medley—Cook (J) 1:56.49; 50 freestyle—Limberg (J) 22.91; Diving—Joseph Hoffman (C) 243.8; 100 butterfly—Tony Kim (J) 1:00.76; 100 freestyle—Erick Anderson (J) 51.36; 200 freestyle relay—Jackson (Neal Thai, Anderson, Greninger, Limberg) 1:34.34; 100 backstroke—Kim (J) 59.2; 100 breaststroke—Cook (J) 58.95; 400 freestyle relay—Jackson (Umemoto, Bastien Orbigo, Maceo Hoyla, Kim) 3:41.32.

Stanwood 119, Everett 50

BOYS WRESTLING

Wesco

Glacier Peak 42, Cascade 36

Jackson 54, Mount Vernon 29

At Mount Vernon H.S.

106— Kaylee Gaines (MV) dec. Maggie Telford 16-0 (TF); 113— Lizzy Partada-Puarn (MV) pinned Kylie Rexroat 3:29; 120— Cris Wilson (J) won by forfeit; 126— Matt Kastelle (J) pinned Eduardo Esteves 4:23; 132— Cannon Lind (J) won by forfeit; 138— Charles Immendorf (J) pinned Jason Ibanez 4:29; 145— Xavier Wilkening-Joly (J) pinned Spencer Karns 1:12; 152— Darayl Taylor (MV) pinned Jonah Locken 2:53; 160— James Ryan (J) pinned Eyad Alsilimy 1:13; 170— Jack Barclay (J) pinned Ryan Foster 3:20; 182— Garrett Miller (J) pinned Vyncent Rodriguez 5:25; 195— Sam Jenkins (J) pinned Maurice Arch 2:30; 220— Tristan Willis (MV) pinned Iain Gurr 1:58; 285— Malachi Saunders (MV) pinned Mark Finnerty :13.

Monroe 42, Mariner 36

At Monroe H.S.

106—Jose Zamora (Mar) dec. Hollis Willet 15-8; 113—Cole Lance (Mon) pin Payton Britton 1:24; 120—Chad Pease (Mon) dec. Levi Elsberry 7-3; 126—Michael Buckley (Mon) win by forfeit; 132—Sergio Oliveras (Mar) pin Josh Christensen 0:48; 138—Joseph Littrell (Mon) dec. Joseph Adee 8-3; 145—Taylor Ivy (Mon) pin Aidan Tice 3:43; 152—RJ Fry (Mar) dec. Wilmer Chacon 12-9; 160—Josh Giron (Mar) pin Henry Deak 3:08; 170—Colton Hernandez (Mon) won by forfeit; 182—Levi Weaver (Mar) pin Paul Bischoff 3:54; 195—Hunter Harris (Mon) pin Tamelle Jeffriesbury 2:22; 220—Alex Tran (Mar) pin Kelson Moody 2:30; 285—Jody Notoa (Mar) pin Brad Warner 0:32.

Arlington 37, Everett 25

At Arlington H.S.

106 —Dorian Tollenaar (A) dec. Jonah Palabrica 9-4; 113 —Jack Mackey (A) dec. Carmen DeGregg 7-5 (OT); 120 —Fernie Vasquez (E) maj. dec. Todd Smith 15-4; 126 —DJ Ramirez (E) dec. Brendan Connelly 6-2; 132 —Will Rush (A) pinned Ryan Arboleda 2:59; 138 —Stephan Erosa (E) dec. Brantly Stupey 5-2; 145 —Gavin Howell (A) maj. dec. Dayne Tuohimaa 11-3; 152 —Colby Wammack (A) pinned Christian De Guzman 1:28; 160 —Riley Bennett (E) pinned Sam Rush 2:25; 170 —Kristian Fairbanks (A) pinned Lester Howard 1:12; 182 —Krys DuPree (E) dec. Levi Wiseman 2-1; 195 —Christian Balmer (E) won by forfeit; 220 —Connor Stockman (A) pinned Wyatt Tuohimaa 1:55. 285 —Hayden Strande (A) dec. Aurick Martinez 10-8.

Marysville Pilchuck 43, Snohomish 18

Oak Harbor 34, Marysville Getchell 33

Edmonds-Woodway 58, Meadowdale 9

At Meadowdale H.S.

106—Reece LeCompte (EW) pinned Zach Sinnes 3:24; 113—Baylor Denkinger (EW) dec. Erick Gonzales 14-8; 120—Ousman Fatty (EW) dec. Jin Lee 4-3; 126—Howie Hare (EW) pinned Nathan Lee 3:43; 132—Grayson LeCompte (EW) pinned Nathan Rose 0:20; 138—Ellis Carson (EW) dec. Devin DeWeese 10-7; 145—Salihou Fatty (EW) dec. Eliaas Lynch 14-6; 152—Thaddeus Gonzalez-Serna (M) dec. Cole Haddler 9-7; 160—Simon Lee (EW) won by forfeit; 170—Christian Samson (EW) pinned Alex Barber 0:56; 182—Ben Duong (M) dec. Joshua Brown 4-3; 195—Robbie Simanton (EW) pinned Tyler Hagan 0:59; 220—Generous Yeh (EW) pinned Tyler Paul 1:28; 285—Alex Kruger (M) pinned Kemper Lee 2:40.

Shorewood 45, Shorecrest 33

At Shorewood H.S.

106—Rowan Schweedler (Shc) won by forfeit; 113—Nick Lotz (Shw) pinned Roam Shadduck 4:32; 120—Kaiya Conway (Shc) pinned Dick Street 5:27; 126—Curt Tanaka (Shw) dec. Kelvin Schmidt 3-2 (2OT); 132—Kody Carpenter (Shw) pinned Chuuger Enkhter 0:41; 138—Trentyn Good (Shc) pinned Devin Leach 3:40; 145—Cole Becker (Shw) pinned Arthur Christopher 2:41; 152—Alex Olivera (Shw) pinned Yacob Benazouz 0:33; 160—Ian Mortensen (Shc) dec. Mark Yamane 12-8; 170—Edward Soloman (Shw) pinned Casey Carlow 1:42; 182—Hendrik Wirthwein (Shw) pinned Raymond Ricketts-Smith 3:24; 195—Phil Ball (Shw) pinned Sulman Sindhu 0:37; 220—Matthew Pease (Shc) pinned Taejin Thongdee 2:12; 285—David Rivera (Shc) won by forfeit.

Mountlake Terrace at Lynnwood (not reported)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Northwest 2A

Anacortes 57, Lakewood 28

Non-conference

Sultan 53, Forest Ridge 23

GIRLS BOWLING

Wesco

Jackson 3, Cascade 0

Samantha Mutolo (Jackson) 169 game, 337 series; Molly Myers (Jackson) 176 game, 348 series; Nikki Duell (Cascade) 212 game, 352 series; Paris Smith (Cascade) 197 game, 362 series.

Seattle Prep 3, Everett 0

Kate Lehay (Seattle Prep) 170 game, 329 series; Braydi Moen (Everett) 145 game, 238 series.

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