Highlights from the Wesco 3A high school boys basketball game between Lynnwood and Meadowdale. Video by: Ben Watanabe / The Herald

Tuesday’s prep results, with links to recaps

Plus, video highlights from the boys basketball crosstown rivalry between Lynnwood and Meadowdale.

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


Wesco 4A

Glacier Peak 66, Cascade 49

Kamiak 59, Lake Stevens 38

Jackson 52, Mount Vernon 51

Wesco 3A

Marysville Pilchuck 62, Everett 46

Stanwood 85, Marysville Getchell 60

Mountlake Terrace 73, Shorewood 43

Edmonds-Woodway 83, Oak Harbor 58

Arlington 65, Snohomish 44

Meadowdale 56, Lynnwood 42

Cascade Conference

Sultan 69, Cedar Park Christian 65

South Whidbey 64, Cedarcrest 60

King’s 74, Granite Falls 46, stats not reported

Northwest 2A

Lakewood 63, Meridian 48

Northwest 2B

La Conner 55, Darrington 38

Northwest 1B

Tulalip Heritage 52, Lummi Nation 40

Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace 69, Grace Academy 34, stats not reported



Monroe 111, Marysville Getchell 71; Monroe 109, Marysville Pilchuck 68

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

200 medley relay—Monroe (Carson Moore, Kyle Nordby, Christian Clarke, Mitchell Boulter) 1:59.55; 200 freestyle—Jude Pazier (M) 2:10.76; 200 individual medley—Clarke (M) 2:27.65; 50 freestyle—Moore (M) 24.85; Diving—Benson Boone (M) 210.8; 100 butterfly—Clarke (M) 1:03.52; 100 freestyle—Boulter (M) 55.51; 500 freestyle—Pazier (M) 5:42.26; 200 freestyle relay—Marysville Getchell (Micah Brewer, Jesse Nahinu, Nicholas Carlson, Kameron Wilkes) 1:46.11; 100 backstroke—Ian Meetsma (MP) 1:03.38; 100 breaststroke—Jake Howat (MP) 1:11.04; 400 freestyle relay—Monroe (Boulter, Pazier, Moore, Clarke) 3:55.32.

Meadowdale 95, Everett 71; Everett 93, Lynnwood 62

At Lynnwood Pool

200 medley relay—Everett (Charlie Havener, Quinn Wieber, Bradley Webber, Ethan Ahrendt) 1:54.72; 200 freestyle—Sean Nguyenle (M) 1:54.57; 200 individual medley—Max Khaperman (M) 2:22.30; 50 freestyle—Ahrendt (E) 24.10; 100 butterfly—Khaperman (M) 59.36; 100 freestyle—Andrew Carr (L) 58.19; 500 freestyle—Caleb Volz (M) 6:19.11; 200 freestyle relay—Everett (Ahrendt, Webber, Havener, Wieber) 1:44.04; 100 backstroke—Ethan Harber (E) 1:09.88; 100 breaststroke—Nguyenle (M) 1:06.75; 400 freestyle relay—Meadowdale (Volz, George Rickey, Khaperman, Nguyenle) 4:00.05.

Edmonds-Woodway 111, Snohomish 72; Snohomish 126, Mountlake Terrace 55; Edmonds-Woodway 91, Glacier Peak 79; Glacier Peak 131, Mountlake Terrace 36

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

200 medley relay—Glacier Peak (Matthew King, Calvin Kremer, Zach Cermak, Jack Renschler) 1:44.2; 200 freestyle—King (GP) 1:46.6; 200 individual medley—Colin Brenchley (S) 2:08.26; 50 freestyle—Andrew Meneses (GP) 23.07; Diving—Trace Toney (S) 202.45; 100 butterfly—Cermak (GP) 56.0; 100 freestyle—Meneses (GP) 50.92; 500 freestyle—King (GP) 4:59.72; 200 freestyle relay—Edmonds-Woodway (Ben Palmer, Chris Hoang, Niko Inadomi, Lukas Mraz) 1:35.97; 100 backstroke—Kremer (GP) 57.17; 100 breaststroke—Sasha Bogatyrev (MT) 1:04.62; 400 freestyle relay—Glacier Peak (Cermak, Meneses, Kremer, King) 3:25.14.

Cascade 572, Oak Harbor 474, Squalicum 343, Bellingham 308, Ferndale 42

At Arne Hannah Aquatic Center

Top Cascade finishers

200 medley relay—3. Noah Robertson, Devin Huynh, Colin Marks, Parker Thompson 2:08.81; 200 freestyle—1. Jaxon Roberts 2:04.79; 200 individual medley—6. Bryton Moore 3:03.03; 50 freestyle—1. Sean Sibley 24.16; Diving—1. Joseph Hofman 259.9; 100 butterfly—2. Sibley 1:03.01; 100 freestyle—1. Maxwell Nelson 56.08; 500 freestyle—3. Christopher Hansen 6:19.38; 200 freestyle relay—1. Sibley, Miles Thompson, Roberts, Nelson 1:44.68; 100 backstroke—5. Moore 1:25.4; 100 breaststroke—4. Connor Robinson 1:20.08; 400 freestyle relay—1. Roberts, M. Thompson, Sibley, Nelson 4:26.94.


Newport 112.5, Shorecrest 67.5

At Shoreline Pool

Top Shorecrest finishers

200 medley relay—3. Ryan Hallgrimson, Ash Maria, Gavin Kelley, Altay Sarikaya 1:47.14; 200 freestyle—2. Spencer Thurman 1:51.77; 200 individual medley—2. Andrew Harness 2:08.72; 50 freestyle—3. Sarikaya 24.37; Diving —1. Travis Zapalac 133.2; 100 butterfly—3. Hallgrimson 57.58; 100 freestyle—2. Sarikaya 55.02; 500 freestyle—2. Thurman 5:03.42; 200 freestyle relay—2. Harness, Sarikaya, Maria, Thurman 1:37.3; 100 backstroke—1. Hallgrimson 58.27; 100 breaststroke—4. Harness 1:08.76; 400 freestyle relay—3. Erik Hallgrimson, R. Hallgrimson, Kelley, Thurman 3:33.65.



Mariner 52, Stanwood 23, stats not reported


Cascade Conference

King’s 47, Sultan 21

Cedarcrest 70, Granite Falls 18, stats not reported

Archbishop Murphy 61, Cedar Park Christian 38

Northwest 2A

Meridian 56, Lakewood 31

Northwest 2B

La Conner 60, Darrington 35

Northwest 1B

Lummi Nation vs. Tulalip Heritage, not reported

Grace Academy 48, Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace 18, stats not reported



Everett 3, Mount Vernon 0, stats not reported

Jackson 2, Seattle Prep 1, stats not reported

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