Tuesday’s prep results, with links to recaps

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

BOYS BASKETBALL

Northwest 1B

Tulalip Heritage vs. Orcas Christian, not reported

Non-conference

Ferndale 59, Snohomish 56

Archbishop Murphy 75, Shorewood 61

Marysville Pilchuck 65, Sedro-Woolley 64

Vashon Island 57, Sultan 30, stats not reported

Sammamish 58, Cedarcrest 47, stats not reported

Seattle Christian 78, Cedar Park Christian 67

Mount Baker 68, Lakewood 67

BOYS WRESTLING

Storm Duals

At Squalicum H.S.

Marysville Pilchuck 58, Squalicum 16

106—Hyrum Futrelle (S) won by forfeit; 113—Cole Daurie (MP) won by forfeit; 120 Say Lease (S) dec. Tanner Lauzon 8-7; 126—Jose Cooper (S) dec. Austin Davis 7-5; 132—Nick Cantu (MP) pinned Hoover Ballesteros 5:20; 138—Baily Alvis (MP) pinned Tihee Chea :36; 145—Isaiah Galindo (MP) pinned Colin Howell 3:26; 152—Devin Fahlman (MP) pinned Cole Wilson :25; 160—Mauro Bejar (MP) pinned Ian McDevitt 1:44; 170—Cayden White (MP) pinned Austin Shellito :38; 182—P.J. Galindo (MP) pinned Cesar Vasquez 3:53; 195—Ikaika Naweli (MP) maj. dec. Adam McCluskey 10-1; 220—Brian Pullman (S) maj. dec. Korban Hooker 15-5; 285—Joe Lawrence (MP) pinned Dominick Mack 5:12.

Ferndale 37, Marysville Pilchuck 36

106—Jesse Rensink (F) won by forfeit; 113—Cole Daurie (MP) pinned Ryan Voan :41; 120—Tanner Lauzon (MP) dec. Trevor Slaughter 5-0; 126—Austin Davis (MP) dec. Ferndale 6-2; 132—Eli Croy (F) pinned Nick Cantu 2:55; 138—Baily Alvis (MP) pinned Maksim Gorun 3:53; 145—Jayden Schwartz (F) dec. Isaiah Galindo 9-8; 152—Devin Fahlman (MP) pinned Austin Roughton :42; 160—Jake Broselle (F) maj. dec. Mauro Bejar 13-0; 170—Cayden White (MP) pinned Caleb Long :14—182 Alex Cleary (F) pinned P.J. Galindo :33; 195—Ferndale pinned Ikaika Naweli 4:31; 220—Spencer Crosswhite (F) pinned Korban Hooker 1:46; 285—Joe Lawrence (MP) pinned Ferndale 1:55.

Marysville Pilchuck 59, Bellingham 21

106—Aaron Cory (B) won by forfeit; 113—Cole Daurie (MP) pinned Kale Simpson 3:35; 120—Indrian Casas (B) pinned Tanner Lauzon 1:49; 126—Austin Davis (MP) pinned Matthew Jodcek 3:46; 132—Nick Cantu (MP) pinned Bellingham 3:43; 145—Isaiah Galindo (MP) pinned Bellingham 5:48; 152—Devin Fahlman (MP) pinned Bellingham 1:06; 160—Mauro Bejar (MP) dec. Bellingham 18-2 (TF); 170—Cayden White (MP) pinned Brahm VanWoerden :49; 182—Bellingham won by injury default over P.J. Galindo; 195—Bellingham def. Ikaika Naweli 7-5 (OT); 220—Korban Hooker (MP) won by forfeit; 285—Joe Lawrence (MP) pinned Bellingham 4:59.

Marysville Pilchuck 54, Sehome 21

106—Double forfeit; 113—Cole Daurie (MP) pinned Kale Simpson 3:35; 120—Tanner Lauzon (MP) pinned Simon Langel 2:46; 126—Roman Schroyer (S) dec. Austin Davis 3-2; 132—Nick Cantu (MP) pinned Sam Miniolin 5:01; 138—Baily Alvis (MP) pinned Landon Baker :46; 145—Isaiah Galindo (MP) pinned Jacob Day 5:17; 152—Devin Fahlman (MP) pinned Adrian Charatez :40; 160—Mauro Bejar (MP) pinned Rem Schender 1:22; 170—Cayden White (MP) won by forfeit; 182—Double forfeit; 195—Deven Nauz (S) pinned Ikaika Naweli 4:13; 220—Koa Denys (S) dec. Korban Hooker 8-3; 285—Joe Lawrence (MP) won by forfeit.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Northwest 1B

Tulalip Heritage 56, Orcas Christian 20, stats not reported

Non-conference

Snohomish 42, Glacier Peak 41

Oak Harbor 36, Cascade 34

Edmonds-Woodway 69, Kamiak 54

Lynden 49, Arlington 41

Shorewood 41, Lakewood 38

Redmond 71, Everett 18, stats not reported

Vashon Island 36, Sultan 26

Seattle Christian 64, Cedar Park Christian 38, stats not reported

Cedarcrest 55, Sammamish 30

Northwest vs. South Whidbey, not reported

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