Thursday’s prep scores


Wesco North

Glacier Peak 105, Mount Vernon 68; Mount Vernon 98, Snohomish 71

At Skagit Valley YMCA

200 medley relay—Glacier Peak 1:59.08; 200 freestyle—Jonah Schedin (S) 1:52.58; 200 individual medley—Colin Brenchly (S) 2:14.43; 50 freestyle—Isaac Smith (MV) 24.14; 100 butterfly—Smith (MV) 58.96; 100 freestyle—Schedin (S) 52.92; 500 freestyle—Jack Renschler (GP) 5:38.14; 200 freestyle relay—Mount Vernon 1:44.84; 100 backstroke—Henry Erickson (GP) 1:09.12; 100 breaststroke—James Boggeri (S) 1:10.49; 400 freestyle relay—Glacier Peak 3:56.07.

Oak Harbor at Stanwood

Everett, Marysville Getchell at Marysville Pilchuck

Lake Stevens 138, Monroe 46

At Lake Stevens H.S.

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Carter Walles, Nathn Fleischmann, Bailey Griffin, Quade McKenzie) 1:50.75; 200 freestyle—Gideon Marlatt (LS) 1:55.62; 200 individual medley—Coleson Wynne (LS) 2:20.19; 50 freestyle—Fleischmann (LS) 24.47; Diving—Riley Koon (LS) 238.70; 100 butterfly—Walles (LS) 57.68; 100 freestyle—Wynne (LS) 51.77; 500 freestyle—Fleischmann (LS) 5:31.22; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Marlatt, Fleischmann, McRae Collins, Wynne) 1:38.23; 100 backstroke—Carson Moore (M) 1:07.76; 100 breaststroke—Walles (LS) 1:04.60; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Wynne, Rasmussen, McKenzie, Walles) 3:49.34.

Wesco South

Mariner vs. Cascade

Kamiak 115, Jackson 68

Shorecrest 107, Shorewood 79

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Shorecrest (Aric Prieve, Andrew Harness, Ryan Hallgrimson, Altay Sarikaya) 1:44.25; 200 freestyle—Spencer Thuman (SC) 1:51.19; 200 individual medley—Cole Nouwens (SW) 2:02.97; 50 freestyle—Hallgrimson (SC) 23.92; Diving—Isaac Poole (SW) 249.5; 100 butterfly—Hallgrimson (SC) 56.98; 100 freestyle—Prieve (SC) 50.12; 500 freestyle—Thurman (SC) 5:00.44; 200 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Bennett Vana, Nouwens, Aidan Noel, Jack Brodersen) 1:35.68; 100 backstroke—Prieve (SC) 56.26; 100 breaststroke—Nouwens (SW) 1:02.52; 400 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Harness, Hallgrimson, Thurman, Prieve) 3:27.7.


Wesco 4A

Lake Stevens 71, Kamiak 9

At Kamiak H.S.

106—Diana Cantini (K) dec. Aidan Everlein 6-4; 113—Jake Bennett (LS) pinned Richard Chung 5:26; 120—Markus Johnson (LS) pinned Rubin Vierra 5:40; 126—Kyle LaCoursiere (LS) pinned Peter Kim 1:27; 132—Clayton Brush (LS) pinned Lorenzo Jaquez 0:46; 138—Cody LaCoursiere (LS) pinned Sean Sohlberg 0:28; 145—Marshall Ryan (LS) pinned SeHwan Kim 2:59; 152—Hayden Jonas (LS) pinned Alex Chung 1:55; 160—Brandon Poe (LS) pinned Kosuke Muto 3:54; 170—Angelo Loera (LS) dec. Anthony Armad 15-0 (TF); 182—Isaac Gust (LS) pinned Max Furlong-Benedetti 4:35; 195—Malachi Lawrence (LS) pinned Jaden Stetler 0:34; 220—Drew Kindle (K) pinned Wyatt Hall; 285—Devin Kylany (LS) pinned Kyle Huff 1:36.

Kamiak 48, Monroe 24

At Kamiak H.S.

106— Cole Lance (M) pinned Diana Cantini :59; 113— Richard Chung (K) pinned Hollis Willet 1:49; 120— Chad Pease (M) maj. dec. Rubin Vierra 19-8; 126— Peter Kim (K) pinned Michael Buckley 1:05; 132— Lorenzo Jaquez (K) maj. dec. Josh Christensen 19-7; 138— Joseph Littrell (M) maj. dec. Sean Somberg 18-2; 145— Taylor Ivy (M) pinned Barrett Stengele 1:56; 152— Guage Holland (K) maj. dec. Wilmer Chacon 19-4; 160— Kousuke Muto (K) pinned Henry Deak 3:15; 170— Anthony Armari (K) dec. Colton Hernandez 11-9; 182— Max Furlong (K) pinned Paul Bischofff 2:48; 195— Hunter Harris (M) dec. Jaden Stetler 5-0; 220— Drew Kindle (K) pinned Jesse Scheffer :25; 285— Kyle Huff (K) won by forfeit.

Glacier Peak 66, Mount Vernon 18

At Glacier Peak H.S.

106— Zac McSpadden (GP) won by forfeit; 113— Hunter Hollenbeck (GP) won by forfeit; 120— Marcus Rodriguez (GP) won by forfeit; 126— Parker Hardy (GP) pinned Eduardo Estevez 2:39; 132— Gavin MacDonald (GP) won by forfeit; 138— David Richards-Perhatch (GP) pinned Spencer Karns 1:03; 145— Roman Nichols (GP) pinned Jason Ibanez 3:50; 152— Dylan Owen (GP) pinned Darayl Taylor ;50; 160— Tim Mandyzuk (GP) pinned Joshua Troupe 5:44; 170— Easton Howe (GP) pinned Ryan Foster 1:01; 182— Vyncent Rodriguez (MV) pinned Nic Hines 2:50; 195— Josh Erving (GP) pinned Maurice Arch :42; 220— Tristin Willis (MV) pinned Joey Bickgord :47; 285— Malachi Saunders (MV) pinned Josiah Palmaffy 3:55.

Jackson 46, Cascade 34

At Cascade H.S.

106—Maggie Telford (J) pinned Arshpreet Kaur 4:05; 113—Claudia Rojas-Guzman pinned (C) Kylie Rexroat 1:57; 120—Cris Wilson (J) pinned Colby Tyler 1:29; 126—Matt Kastelle (J) pinned Panashe Dione 1:27; 132—Cannon Lind (J) pinned Saiyan Moeun 3:34; 138—Kaige Bunsmgeam (C) pinned Charles Immendorf 3:19; 145—Yasin Alissa (C) pinned Xavier Wilkening-Joly 3:14; 152—Ricardo Villalpando (C) maj. dec. Jonah Locken 13-4; 160—James Ryan (J) pinned Daniel Eriksson 3:45; 170—Archie Betham (C) pinned Jack Barclay 1:23; 182—Garrett Miller (J) maj. dec. Sam Kolesar 10-2; 195—Sam Perkins (J) pinned Sergio Rojas-Guzman 3:22; 220—Elijah Humbyrd (C) pinned Iain Gurr 1:05; 285—Mark Finnerty (J) won by forfeit.

Wesco 3A North

Marysville Pilchuck 59, Arlington 11

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

106: Cole Daurie (MP) won by forfeit; 113: Tanner Lauzon (MP) dec. Dorian Tollenaar 12-10 (OT); 120: Austin Davis (MP) pinned Todd Smith 3:57; 126: Nic Cantu (MP) pinned Brendan Connelly 3:19; 132: Will Rush (A) dec. Kyle Tubbs 21-5 (TF); 138: Baily Alvis (MP) dec. Brantly Stupey 7-6; 145: Isaiah Galindo (MP) dec. Gavin Howell 3-1; 152: Devin Fahlman (MP) pinned Colby Wammack 4:52. 160: Mauro Bejar (MP) pinned Will Rush 3:16; 170: Cayden White (MP) maj. dec. Kristian Fairbanks 14-4; 182: Levi Wiseman (A) pinned PJ Galind0 1:53; 195: Ikaika Nawelhi (MP) maj. dec. Connor Stockman 11-1; 220: Adam Holston (MP) won by forfeit; 285: Joe Lawrence (MP) pinned Hayden Strande :59.

Everett 43, Snohomish 24

At Everett H.S.

106—Jonah Palabrica (E) dec. Mikayla Jardine 7-0; 113—Fernie Vasquez (E) dec. Jayme Gonzales 11-5; 120—Daniel Ramirez (E) pinned Ethan Kelly 4:13; 126—Mathew Miller (S) pinned Owen Solheim 5:23; 132—Stephan Erosa (E) pinned Joesse Gonzales 3:40; 138—Dayne Tuohimaa (E) dec. Josh Ren 4-2; 145—Hunter Alvarez (E) pinned Keean Ohlsen 1:18; 152—Riley Bennett (E) dec. Ryan Cote 7-3; 160—Lester Howard (E) pinned Anthony Loutsis 3:21; 170—Ryan Carlson (S) pinned Skylar O’Donahue 4:53; 182—Krys DuPree (E) dec. Dylan Wheeler 5-1; 195—Christian Balmer (E) dec. Ryan Douglas 11-4; 220—Matt Currier (S) pinned Wyatt Tuohimaa :55; 285—Duncan King (S) pinned Aurick Martinez :05.

Marysville Getchell 37, Stanwood 31

At Stanwood H.S.

106— Doroshuk (MG) pinnned Eichler (S) 4:06; 113: Mitchell (MG) won by forfeit; 120— Ramirez (MG) pinned Campbell 4:30; 126— Adlock (MG) won by forfeit; 132— Ortega (S) dec. Grier 9-0; 138— Woolman (S) dec. Cabadas 12-9; 145— Padgett (MG) pinned Christiansen 2:42; 152— Phillips (S) pinned Elliot 2:49; 160— Van Scoy (S) dec. Rose 10-6; 170— SanCartier (S) dec. Blonk 9-7 (OT); 182— Reichlin (MG) dec. Carrigan 9-4; 195— Bonner (MG) dec. Ingrham 12-4; 220— Tayon (S) pinned Tran :30; 285— Pedersen (S) won by forfeit.

Wesco 3A South

Shorewood 45, Meadowdale 32

At Shorewood H.S.

106—Zach Sinnes (M) won by forfeit; 113—Nick Lotz (S) pinned Erik Gonzalez 0:57; 120—Jin Lee (M) maj dec. Dick Street 14-4; 126—Curt Tanaka (S) dec. Nathan Lee 8-7; 132—Kody Carpenter (S) pinned Nathan Reese 0:53; 138—Aria Zarei (M) pinned Devin Leach 5:11; 145—Elias Lynch (M) Alex Olivera 5:54; 152—Thaddius Gonzalez (M) maj. dec. Mark Yamane 20-9; 160—Matthew McMillan (S) won by inj. def. Ben Duong; 170—Hendrik Wirthwein (S) pinned Alex Barber 1:40; 182—Edward Soloman (S) pinned Chauncy Gantt 1:11; 195—Phil Ball (S) pinned Tyler Hagan 1:42; 220—Taejin Thongdee (S) pinned Tyler Paul 1:21; 285—Alex Kruger (M) pinned Luke Hohenstein 0:18.

Shorecrest 43, Mountlake Terrace 36

Cascade Conference

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Wesco 3A

Marysville Getchell 41, Marysville Getchell 34

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