Local girls basketball, wrestling teams go undefeated Tuesday

  • Wednesday, December 5, 2018 9:45am
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MARYSVILLE – She’s back.

Maddie Grandbois scored 20 points to help undefeated Marysville Getchell to a 63-43 romp over Mount Vernon Tuesday night.

Arlington and Marysville-Pilchuck also won their girls games that night.

After being a standout her sophomore year, Grandbois missed last season after she was injured during the soccer season.

This year she swam instead. She started the year off slowly, but could not be stopped in the win over MV.

Of course she didn’t do it by herself. Mikali Montez was back in the lineup and added 13 points, and Sydney Norton contributed 10 for the Chargers. MG jumped out to a 24-10 lead and never looked back against winless MV.

Other Charger scorers: Alexus Atkins with 8, Brionna Palm 5, Kiki Green 4 and Kortney Crane 3.

At Arlington, the Eagles broke open a close game by outscoring the visitors 26-14 in the second period to win 70-50 over Stanwood.

Josie Stupey netted a team-high 19 points, Allison DeBerry hit five 3s on her way to 17 points, Sierra Scheppele added 14 points and Hailey Hiatt 13.

Also scoring for the winners were Jordan Bartlow with 4, Abbey Hassing with 2 and Mollie Janousek with 1.

M-P won its first game of the season with a tight 46-44 win over visiting Oak Harbor.

Lauren Lewis led all scorers with 22 points, and Miriah Summers tacked on 16 for the Tomahawks.

But it was MacKenzie Konsor who keyed the victory with a steal with 1.5 seconds and ensuring free throw. She finished the game with just 3 points.

Other scorers for M-P, Alex Grimm with 3, Madyson Baxter 2 and Georgia Bradley 1.

Wrestling

M-P and MG both picked up victories on the wrestling mat Tuesday.

The Tomahawks actually won two matches, demoralizing Cascade 57-9 before whipping Jackson 53-24.

M-P won a majority of its matches by pin, and many came quickly, especially in the match against Jackson.

At 182 pounds, Cayden White won by pin in just 8 seconds. At 285 pounds, Jeff Rouiller’s pin took just 22 seconds. At 126 pounds, Tanner Lauzon’s pin came in just 24 seconds. At 113 pounds, Mikey Bejar’s pin came in 51 seconds.

Against Cascade, at 170 pounds Ahmad Humoud won by pin in 1:52; 182—White won by pin in 2:47; 220—Ikaika Naweli won by a 7-1 decision; 285—Roullier won by pin in 1 minute; 113—Bejar won by pin in 1:04; 126—Lauzon won by pin in 3:14; 132—Austin Davis won by pin in 1:28; 138—Isaiah Woods won by pin in 4:36; 145—Isaiah Galindo won a 7-5 decision; 152—Tayler Hatch won an 8-6 decision; and 160—Jonathon Goeden won by pin in 1:14.

Against Jackson, 132—Davis won by pin in 3:59; 138—Woods won by pin in 4:40; 145—Galindo won a major decision; 160— Goeden won by pin in 3:06; 220— Naweli won a decision 5-0. Humoud won by forfeit at 170 pounds.

MG clobbered Lynnwood 66-18 in its match.

At 120—Cody Mitchell won by pin in 1:21; 138—Jack Gallager won by pin in 3:45; 170—Christopher Bonner won by pin in 1:13; 220—Caleb Blonk won by pin in 1:49; 285—Elisas Durham won by pin in 2:33. Winning by forfeit were Jacob Steele at 106, Omar Salcedo at 113, Timothy Doroshuk at 126, Miguel Garcia-Ramirez at 132, Matthew Paquette at 145 and Corbin Bonner at 195.

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