Wednesday’s prep results, links to recaps



South Whidbey 54, Scripps Ranch (Calif.) 46

Ingraham 74, Shorewood 57

Mount Vernon 47, Oak Harbor 36

Snohomish 66, North Creek 53

Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace vs. Rainier Christian, not reported

Hardwood Holiday Classic

At ShoWare Center, Kent

Tulalip Heritage 84, Chief Kitsap Academy 33

Surf ‘N Slam Tournament

Slam Division

At Mission Bay H.S., San Diego

Spring-Ford (Pa.) 63, Lake Stevens 58

Rancho Mirage (Calif.) Holiday Invitational

At Shadow Hills H.S.

Kamiak vs. Oak Ridge (Calif.), late

T-Town Throwdown

At Wilson H.S.

University 54, Monroe 50


Marysville Pilchuck 39, O’Dea 30

At O’Dea H.S

106—Double forfeit; 113—Sam Maher (O) won by forfeit; 120—Tanner Lauzon (MP) dec. Michael Acksdahl 13-11 (OT); 126—Austin Davis (MP) won by forfeit; 132—Nick Cantu (MP) won by forfeit; 138—Baily Alvis (MP) dec. Jack Pauly 3-2; 145—Isaiah Galindo (MP) dec. Nate Balinbin 8-5; 152—Devin Fahlman (MP) pinned Devin Gates 2:38; 160—Jake Porter (O) pinned Ahmad Humoud 1:11; 170—P.J. Galindo (MP) pinned Riley Halvorson 1:18; 182—Alan Badley (O) pinned Sterling Eddy :52; 195—Skylar Kloth (O) pinned Ikaika Naweli 3:18; 220—Jack Markowitz (O) pinned Kamiakin Craig 4:48; 285—Jeff Roullier (MP) pinned Misa Marin 2:37.

Brian Hill Tournament

At Eastside Catholic H.S.

Team scores—Edmonds-Woodway 171, Bellingham 161, Fife 141, Klahowya 139.5, Juanita 99, Naches Valley 85, Rainier Beach 83, Eastside Catholic 78.5, Lindbergh 71, Bishop Blanchet 63, North Creek 58, Roosevelt 46, Bellevue Christian 38, Chief Sealth 27.5, Bellevue 12.

Edmonds-Woodway individuals—106: Baylor Denkinger 1st, Reece LeCompte T-3rd; 120: Emmanuel Boakye-Ansah T-3rd, Ousman Fatty T-3rd; 132: Grayson LeCompte 1st; 145: Salihou Fatty 1st, Thomas Christin-Eriksen T-3rd; 152: Cole Hadaller 1st; 182: Josh Brown T-3rd; 220: Generous Yeh 2nd.



Cedar Park Christian 71, Orcas Island 60

Arlington 44, Cedarcrest 40

Cedar Park Christian Mountlake Terrace vs. Rainier Christian, not reported

Everett vs. Lakewood

Mountlake Terrace Holiday Tournament

Lynnwood 59, Shorewood 43

Shorecrest 53, Sedro-Woolley 26, stats not reported

Zillah 73, Mountlake Terrace 30, stats not reported

Mariner 56, Marysville Getchell 42

Kamiak 52, Meadowdale 44

Edmonds-Woodway 52, Union 42

Cloud 9 Sports Christmas Classic

At Lynden/Lynden Christian

Ferndale 60, Monroe 50, stats not reported

Snohomish 45, Gig Harbor 24

King’s 58, Montesano 26

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