Tuesday’s prep boys basketball results

BOYS BASKETBALL

Glacier Peak 50, Cascade 45

Glacier Peak 14 17 13 6 —50

Cascade 14 11 11 9 —45

Glacier Peak—Bobby Martin 18, Justin Purcell 14, Seiver Southard 9, Bo Burns 6, Nick Bates 3, Noah Forman 0, Austin Petz 0. Cascade—D’Andre Bryant 17, Trevon Blackmon 11, Musa Baldeh 6, Dauntay Woods 6, Topaz Kiptabut 3, Briar Nguyen 2, Nicholas Klemp 0, Donelle Meriwether 0, Charles Coleman 0.

Kamiak 79, Lake Stevens 60

Lake Stevens 14 16 7 23 —60

Kamiak 25 28 18 8 —79

Lake Stevens—Ryder Kavanagh 17, Trey Pavitt 16, Derik Myers 8, Marquel McFerrin 6, Dominck McLaurin 6, Noah Wallace 3, Jesse King 3, Wyatt Wahlberg 1, Will Wentz 0. Kamiak—Carson Tuttle 27, Danny Sharpe 15, Christian Clausen 15, Jordan Meyer 6, Keller Whitney 6, Swell Ewing 5, Travis Rucker 3, Patrick Olson 2, Josh Santiago 0, Hunter Watkins 0.

Monroe 78, Mariner 55

Mariner 17 11 15 12 —55

Monroe 23 16 18 21 —78

Mariner—Jalen Hayes 15, Drake Cardoza 13, Edwin Bouah 13, Harmandeep Singh 5, Dwan Mallett 5, Zeb Carrow 4, Nick Lea 0, Stavarai McSwain 0, Fama Toure 0. Monroe—Colby Kyle 22, Trenton Newhouse 21, Justin Folz 8, Isaiah Cole 7, Spencer Davidson 6, Brian Pino 5, Keivon Singleton 4, Luis Rubalcaba 4, Joshua Jerome 1, Chandler Kovacevich 0, Dorian Chavez 0, JD Merwin 0, Blake Bingham 0, JJ Jerome 0.

Everett 76, M. Pilchuck 35

M. Pilchuck 3 11 16 5 —35

Everett 24 19 19 14 —76

Marysville Pilchuck—Luke Dobler 11, Josiah Gould 10, Raequan Battle 8, Brady Phelps 3, Kobe Baumann 3, Deacon Mongar 0, Aaron Kalab 0, Isaiah Williams 0, Jacob Carr 0. Everett—Desmond Burton 12, Nathan Tuck 12, Bogdan Fesiienko 12, Wesley Erickson 12, Preston Campbell 11, Byron Lewellen 6, Elijah Ross-Rutter 6, Murdock Rutledge 4, Levi Collins 1, Mason Covos 0, Daniel Peterson 0.

Stanwood 75, M. Getchell 30

Stanwood 28 20 21 6 —75

M. Getchell 7 9 9 5 —30

Stanwood—Bryson Kelley 22, AJ Martinka 15, Nate Kummer 7, Henry Oldow 6, Cameron Plautz 6, Carter Garcea 5, Karl DeBoer 5, Austin Wilhonen 4, Quinton Borseth 2, Chase Strieby 2, Matt Vail 1, Brock Strieby 0, Trygve DeBoer 0. Marysville Getchell—Cameron Stordahl 10, Zachery Doll 6, Caleb Koellmer 5, Cody Day 4, Matthew Thomas 3, Joshua Villavicencio 2, Chase Showatter 0, Lul Williams 0, Ethan Jackson 0, Colten Bayley 0, Charles Tait 0, Ryan King 0, Ian Roskelley 0, Andre Calvo 0.

M. Terrace 65, Shorewood 45

Shorewood 9 16 8 12 —45

M. Terrace 15 11 24 15 —65

Shorewood—Thomas Hundhausen 16, Naode Mehari 11, Richie Ordona 6, Daniel Ishkhanov 5, Andrew Ray 3, Kahlid Johnson 3, Skyler Hammer 1, Benjamin Vojnikovic 0, Sean Santos 0, Maureece Wilbur 0, Bryan Spee 0, Samuel Mekonen 0. Mountlake Terrace—Brock Davis 23, Sean Kirk 15, Khyree Armstead 14, Brendan Hayes 5, Joey Gardner 3, Zeke Tomas 3, Mason Peterson 2, Max Hull 0, Connor Williams 0, Keegan Grayson 0.

Arlington 77, Snohomish 58

Arlington 15 21 21 20 —77

Snohomish 13 11 22 12 —58

Arlington—Drew Bryson 30, Anthony Whitis 15, Sam Tregoning 12, Dele Aribibola 10, Jaren Cary 6, Griffin Gardoski 4, Max Smith 0, Josh Gutierrez 0, Paul Chung 0, Cooper Cummings 0, Campbell Hudson 0. Snohomish—Darius Johnson 19, Kyle Sandifer 15, Cameron Bonorden 13, Kolton Smith 8, Nolan Armbruster 2, Josh Johnston 1, Kaden McDaniel 0, Jonah Judd 0.

Meadowdale 61, Lynnwood 42

Meadowdale 14 10 20 17 —61

Lynnwood 6 14 7 15 —42

Meadowdale—Drew Tingstad 15, Xavier Meekins 14, Daniel Barhoum 14, Mustapha Sonko 7, Justin Chambers 4, Zach Walsh 2, Kingston Bactad 2, Drew Harvey 2, Will Schafer 1, Okeoma Okoro 0, Mason Harvey 0, Zach Plummer 0. Lynnwood—Alex Macias 10, Yoseph Habtemariam 8, Eli Edwards 8, Ryan Rapanan 5, Alton Hammond 5, Bryce Milne 3, Andrew Warren 2, Jordan Glover 1.

Darrington 48, S. Christian 42

S. Christian 7 11 9 15 —42

Darrington 9 9 12 18 —48

Shoreline Christian—Nate Monillas 23, Brooks DuBois 14, Eesaia Filbrun 5, Valdez 0, Lucas Parzybok 0, Josh Colver 0, Seth Eisses 0. Darrington—Robert Smith 13, Justin Draper 12, Paul Frank 11, Noah Tillequots 10, Andrew Soloman 2, Titus Soloman 0, Jalen Maltos 0, Fisher Ayers 0, Cooper Young 0.

CPC-Bothell 71, Sultan 59

CPC-Bothell 22 13 18 18 —71

Sultan 15 14 8 22 —59

Cedar Park Christian—Drew McLaurin 27, George Reidy 17, Andrei Leonardi 7, Jack Flynn 7, Jack Stiger 5, Zach Fisk 4, Chase Witthuhn 3, Dawson Drews 1, Hunter Morgan 0. Sultan—Phoenix McGuire 14, Foster Frame 12, Ben Biddle 12, Riley Wiita 9, Elias Lopez 7, Tanner Force 3, Bradley Higgins 2, Jeremy John 0.

Cedarcrest 64, S. Whidbey 53

Cedarcrest 15 15 10 24 —64

S. Whidbey 10 7 17 19 —53

Cedarcrest—Jake Kirschenmann 20, Austin Towns 11, Cameron Hammontree 8, Nate McBride 7, Brayden Stauffer 7, Kyle Lupo 5, Riley Mallot 2, Emmett Turner 2, Aaron Davenport 2, Pascal Nagata 0, Chris Busch 0. South Whidbey—Lewis Pope 22, Anton Klein 9, Maxfield Friedman 6, Kody Newman 5, Tyler Heggenes 5, Kellen Boyd 4, Tyler Dow 2, Levi Buck 0.

King’s 75, Granite Falls 45

King’s 19 17 25 14 —75

Granite Falls 17 9 9 10 —45

King’s—Luke Wicks 25, Chewy Zevenbergen 15, Christian Lopez 6, Dawson Porcello 6, Nate Kleppe 5, Hunter Reeves 5, Taylor Schoenfeld 4, Josh Frohardt 4, Levi Bundrant 3, Jesse Hibbard 2, Luke Bobin 0, Tyler Durbin 0. Granite Falls—Legend Suddarth 9, Jordan VanBeek 8, Wyatt Long 8, Ben Schneiders 6, Christian Luxmore 4, John Brown 3, Ben Haider 3, Liam Schenfeld 2, Andy Haider 2, Cameron Loesche 0, Sulo Hyvari 0.

Lummi 74, Tulalip Heritage 36

T. Heritage 3 9 7 17 —36

Lummi 24 18 24 8 —74

Tulalip Heritage—Nashone Whitebear 16, Josh Miranda 9, Josh Iukes 6, Chris Wyatt 2, Rodney Barber 2, Samuel Fryberg 1, Paul Shay Jr. 0. Lummi—Trazil Lane 23, Keegan Jojola 13, Caleb Revey 12, Mike Washington 8, Raven Borsey 7, FreeEagle Borsey 6, Noah Toby 3, Shawn Diggs 2.

CPC-MLT 70, Grace Academy 20

G. Academy 5 5 6 4 —20

CPC-MLT 25 24 8 13 —70

Grace Academy—Jordan Harris 9, Isaac Impola 4, Khyle Al-Wazan 2, Josiah Tuohimaa 2, Caleb Sanders 2, Chase Zachry 1. Cedar Park Christian-MLT—Erwin Weary 41, Jacob Catey 7, Jaide St. Lewis 6, Jacob Schley 5, Ryan Maxwell 4, Grant Gilmore 3, Micah Campbell 2, Sam Yaranon 2, Christopher Kaneda 0.

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