The Eagles, 9-0, easily handled Everett Tuesday 25-20, 25-16 and 25-22. Arianna Bilby had 22 kills, 2 aces and 11 digs. Emily Mekelburg added 12 kills and 7 aces. Taylor Pederson had 28 assists. Malia Shepherd and Teagan Sutherland had 4 kills each with Shepherd contributing 2 aces and Sutherland a block. Last Thursday, the Eagles ended a 22-game Wesco league winning streak by Snohomish, upsetting the Panthers at home in three straight. The 25-22 loss in the first set was Snohomish’s first loss of the season. The second game was 25-20. The last set went into extra play before the visitors won 26-24. Bilby led Arlington with 11 kills, 18 digs, two blocks and two assists. Sophomore Mekelburg added eight service aces, six kills, six digs and a block.
Tuesday, MG fell to Snohomish 18-25, 17-25 and 14-25. Kerragyn Heacock had 6 kills and 2 aces; Kelsey Kolling 3 kills and 9 digs; and Hannah Holscher 10 assists and 2 blocks. Whitney Harwood added 3 kills. MG fell to Everett last Thursday 14-25, 24-26, 26-28 and 9-15. Heacock led the Chargers with 10 kills, 2 blocks and 5 digs. Kolling had 8 kills and 13 digs. Courtney Taylor had 5 kills and 5 digs, and Kate Roberts 5 kills and 2 blocks. Holscher set up the offense with 29 assists. She also had 9 digs and 2 service aces.
M-P fell to Oak Harbor Tuesday 11-25, 20-25 and 14-25. Caylee Carter and Lawren Rainey each had 3 kills, and Jenna Olson had 17 digs.
The Cougs dropped a match to Anacortes 3-0 Tuesday and to Sehome 3-0 last Thursday.
M-P blanked MG Tuesday 7-0. In singles, Parker Devereux beat little brother freshman Mason Devereux 6-2, 6-3; Carson Asper came from behind to beat Liam Perkins 5-7, 6-0, 6-0; Trae Tingelstad edged Rylee Worth 6-4, 7-5; and Davis Magree got by Damon Morton 6-2, 6-2. In doubles, Aaron Kalab-Treven Southard defeated Luke Olason-Mikah Marshall 6-2, 6-4; Dawson Coe-Jake Sulya beat Kiel Selapack-Kane Selapack by the same score; and Jaxon Petermeyer-Alex Nyblod beat Keagan Johnson-Kote Johnson 6-1, 6-1. The Tommies fell to Monroe 5-2 Monday. Devereux won at first singles 6-2, 6-2 and Asper won at No. 2 6-1, 6-3. Meadowdale got by M-P 5-2 in a hard-fought match earlier. Winners for the Tomahawks were Asper 6-2, 6-7, 6-2 and Tingelstad 6-7, 6-1, 7-5.
Meanwhile, the Chargers lost to Monroe 7-0 last Thursday. Nine games were won by Ryder Hurley-Kane Selapack at No. 2 doubles.
The Eagles fell to Jackson 7-0 Monday. Zack Martin won six games to lead the way. They also lost to Shorewood 7-0 last Thursday. Ty Rucco won eight games at No. 2 singles. They also lost to Stanwood 7-0 last Wednesday. Colby King at No. 4 singles had the best outing, losing in three sets but winning 14 games.
The Cougars lost to Sehome 7-0 Wednesday, to Squalicum 5-2 Monday, to Mariner 5-2 last Thursday and to Burlington-Edison last Wednesday 7-0.
Carla Sastre made 8 saves at goalie to lead the Cougars in a 3-0 shutout of Anacortes Tuesday. Iliana Ramirez scored twice and Aimee Opplinger once for the winners. Getting the assists were Riley Christensen, Charlie English and Jaylene Priebe-Garcia. Last Wednesday, the Cougars were blanked by Sehome 4-0.
Snohomish got by MG Tuesday 5-2. Scoring goals for the Chargers were Alana Gomez and Jadin Thompson-Sheldon. Getting the assists on those goals were Maddy Grandbois and Madison Hagglund. MG blanked Mountlake Terrace Saturday 1-0. Last Thursday, the Chargers blanked Everett 4-0. M-P shut out Oak Harbor Tuesday 1-0.
The Eagles were blanked by Snohomish 4-0 last Thursday.
At Lakewood High Saturday in the 36th annual Hole in the Wall race, Arlington’s boys were eighth and Lakewood’s 31st.
Sophomore Aiden Emerson of Arlington was 10th out of 380 runners with a time of 15 minutes, 34 seconds. The winning time was 14:49.9.
Eagle Chance Pearston was 48th; Vincent Loftis 52nd; Ryan Barene 109th; freshman Ryan Rushton 136th; Isaiah Lowery 148th; Quincy Fankhauser, 175th; Lakewood’s Alex Jensen was 103rd; Gabe Hatch 140th; Jarron Ransford 163rd; Jesse Stoddard 214th; Joseph Heisley 280th; Ben Schmidt 316th; Ethan Stapleton 359th; For the girls, Arlington was 21st and Lakewood 36th.
For the Eagles, Paige Nelson was 124th in 19:58; Anne Louise Fernandez 126th; Tailer Cochran 129th; Maggie Delaney 148th; Hannah Johnson 151st; Kate Rosson 179th; Vivian Potong 225th; For the Cougs, Callie Buchanan was 155th; Madison Howe 175th; Holly Riley 190th; Alexa Daily 238th; Jaydee Yargus 286th; More than 125 schools with 4,000 runners competed.
MG was third and M-P fourth in both races at a four-team meet at Lake Tye Park Wednesday. In the 2.6-mile boys varsity race, Oliver Schwab of MG was fifth in 13 minutes, 55 seconds. Teammates Xander Johnson was 7th, Christian Balgos 8th, Tyler Rounds 11th and Cole Norton 17th. All five are juniors. For M-P, freshman Tyler Forney was 25th, followed by Carson Serge, Cohen Cross, Cayden White and Joshua Pickle. In the girls race, Janae Parson was 5th for MG in 16 minutes, 44 seconds. She was followed by 7th Lilli Toone, 9th freshman McKenzie Lewis; 13th freshman Karina Anderson; 17th Karissa Snyder; 18th Madyson Sutherlin. For M-P, Alexia Sandoval was 6th; freshman Rachel Turral 16th; Julia Davis 22nd; followed by Ivanna Borrero-Alt and Corianne Cross.
Meanwhile, at St. Martin’s University in Lacey Saturday, MG won a girls race while the boys were 19th. Jasmine Nguyen placed second out of 111 runners with a time of 18 minutes, 29.09 seconds. Julia Rea was ninth and Janae Parsons 12th. It was the school’s first trophy in nine years of cross country as the girls beat 14 other schools and quite easily as Interlake was 24 points behind.
M-P whipped MG in the Berry Bowl Friday 47-7 to improve to 6-0. Jordan Justice ran for 217 yards, scoring four times, and also caught a 20-yard TD grab from QB Jake Elwood. His TD runs were for 73, 3, 83 and 5 yards. Jay Gray added a 30-yard TD run, and Lincoln Davis intercepted a pass and scored from 15 yards. Caleb Blonk scored on a 1-yard run for MG.
The Cougars won a home-game thriller over No. 3-ranked Archbishop Murphy 35-27 to move to 5-1, while the visitors dropped to 4-2. Morgan Stacey caught a 6-yard TD pass from QB Jared Taylor, Taylor scored on a 51-yard run, and Carson Chrisman scored on a 33-yard pass from Taylor to give the Cougs a big lead. The teams then went back-and-forth with ABM scoring three times and Lakewood twice on runs of 47 and 6 yards by Taylor to take the win. Taylor ran for 172 yards on 21 carries.
The Eagles trounced Oak Harbor 43-8 Friday to move to 5-1. Quarterback Trent Nobach tossed four TDs, twice to Jaden Roskelly, who also scored on two 3-yard runs. Chase Petersen and Gage Price also caught TD passes.