Heritage Hawks trounce Grace, MG boys basketball improves and M-ville wrestlers get pins (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — Tulalip Heritage girls basketball player Adiya Jones scored a game-high 35 points to soar the Hawks over Grace Academy 57-36 Dec. 15. Heritage improved 4-0 and will play next Dec. 21 at Neah Bay.

Tulalip's Aliyah Jones

MARYSVILLE — Tulalip Heritage girls basketball player Adiya Jones scored a game-high 35 points to soar the Hawks over Grace Academy 57-36 Dec. 15. Heritage improved 4-0 and will play next Dec. 21 at Neah Bay.

MARYSVILLE — Robert Miles led the Tulalip Heritage boys basketball team with 18 points in a 59-34 win over Grace Academy Dec. 15. Heritage improved to 1-3. They will play their next game against Marysville-Pilchuck’s junior varsity team Dec. 19.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell swim team lost to Cascade 115-69 Dec. 17. Their top finishers were: 200 medley relay—Thomas Lindgren, John Snider, Nathaniel Ludwig, Joshua James second in one minute, 54.87 seconds; 200 freestyle—Conor Demarco third in 2:02.25; 200 individual medley relay—Lindgren third in 2:40.84; 50 freestyle—Snider second in 24.33; and Ludwig third in 24.64; Dives—Luis Pineda-Lopez, second scoring 196.80 points; Tyler Dukleth third scoring 182.30; 100 freestyle—Dukleth first in 51.94; Snider third in 53.40; 500 freestyle—Lindgren first in 6:27.84; 200-individual relay—DeMarco first in 1:35.81, and Ludwig second in 1:09.29.

Marysville-Pilchuck’s team lost to Cascade in the same event 139-46. Their top finishers were: The 200 medley relay team—second in 2:05.48; dives—Bradley Kole Kuk second scoring 154.35; 100 butterfly—Skyl Van Der Putten third in 1:07.13; 100 backstroke—Jaeson Wykes first in 1:11.38; Van Der Putten third in 1:15.96; 100 breaststroke—Tyler Griffith second in 1:17.07; and the 400 relay team third in 4:32.54.

EVERETT — The Lakewood boys basketball team lost to Archbishop Murphy 50-40 Dec. 16. Matthew Keen led Lakewood with eight points. Lakewood’s record fell to 1-3. Lakewood’s next game is at Liberty Bell Dec. 21.

EVERETT — Lakewood’s Jelly Perry scored 12 points and teammate Marissa Blair added 11, but the Cougars girls basketball team still lost to Archbishop Murphy 44-39 Dec. 16. Lakewood’s record fell to 2-2. They will play at Squalicum Dec. 28.

 

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — The Arlington boys basketball team lost to Mountlake Terrace 50-42 Dec. 15. Drew Bryson led Arlington with 13 points. Arlington,1-5, plays at Sehome, Monday, Dec. 21.

SHORELINE — The Shoreline boys basketball team defeated Marysville-Pilchuck 60-57 Dec. 15. M-P’s Josh Bevan scored a game-high 20 points. M-P, 0-5, hosts Squalicum Dec. 19.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell boys basketball team held off Lynnwood in the final quarter to win 50-42 Dec. 15 and improving their record 3-3. Collin Montez led MG with 18 points. MG’s next game will be against Bellingham, Saturday, Dec. 19.

SHORELINE — The Marysville Getchell girls basketball team fell short against Shorecrest 51-49 Dec. 14. MG was down 20 points but tied with 30 seconds left in the game, but lost in the last five seconds, coach Shannon Grandbois said. Mikail Montez led MG with 16 points, and teammate Carly Wika added 14. MG, 3-3, hosts Bellingham Dec. 19.

ARLINGTON — The Arlington girls basketball team is still undefeated, beating Glacier Peak 62-59 Dec. 14. Arlington’s Gracie Castaneda score a game-high 18 points. Arlington, 6-0, hosts Sehome Dec 21.

SHORELINE — The Marysville-Pilchuck girls basketball team lost to Shorewood 57-24 Dec. 14. Olivia Lee led M-P with 10 points. M-P, 0-5, hosts Burlington-Edison Monday, Dec. 21.

LAKE STEVENS — The Arlington wrestling team defeated Glacier Peak 56-18 Dec. 15 and placed second at the Olympic Duels at Olympic High School in Bremerton Dec. 12.

The results were: 106—Parker Hardy (GP) dec. Kadin Kuzman 6-4 (OT); 113—Robin Hernandez (A) def. Gavin MacDonald by injury default; 120—Josh Vail (GP) dec. Brantly Stupey 9-7; 126—Will Rush (A) maj. dec. Hunter Cabrera 14-2; 132—Gavin Rork (A) maj. dec. Tim Mandzyuk 9-0; 138—Boston Jones (A) pinned Tony Molina :33; 145—Jeremy Nygard (A) pinned Kyle VanDriessche 2:48; 152—Cooper McAuslan (A) pinned Mitchell Hines :48; 160—Mats Haneberg (GP) pinned Wyatt Hawthorne 3:15; 170—Azariah Crew (A) pinned Derek Albrecht 1:33; 182—Ruben Crew (A) pinned Micah Palmaffy 3:25; 195—Colten Ferro (A) won by forfeit; 220—Adalberto Ramos (A) pinned Jesse Gere 5:58; 285—Malakai Fifita (GP) pinned Jacob Jackson 3:04.

Seeded No. 8, Arlington defeated Wenatchee 61-15 and then Union 42-33 to move to the semifinals against South Kitsap. Arlington tied them 33-33 but won on most first-round points. Arlington lost to Toppenish 47-17 in the finals.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck wrestling team defeated Shorewood 54-27 and Lynnwood 77-3 in a double-dual Dec. 15. The results against Shorewood were: 106—Cole Daurie (MP) pinned Nick Lotz 1:03; 113—Rhaye Samson (S) pinned Jagger Willard 3:25; 120—Aiden Smith (S) pinned Dennis Senyak 1:03; 126—Devin Rahlman (MP) pinned Shinkweng Moon :59; 132—Matthew McMillan (S) dec. Greg Steele 5-2; 138—Elias Thorn (S) pinned Kyle Tubbs 1:53; 145—Justin Collier (MP) pinned Sam Thurman 1:09; 152—Andy Hougan (MP) won by forfeit; 160—Alex Hatch (MP) won by forfeit; 170—Ryker Alskog (MP) poinned Phillip Ball 4:56; 182—Keith Pablo (MP) pinned E. Valladeres 1:33; 195—Dakota Guzman (MP) pinned Troy Halloway-Beach :40; 220—Cesar Zatarain (MP) pinned Riley Teelers 3:41; 285—Jophet Valladeres (S) pinned Adam Holston 1:05.

The results against Lynnwood were: 106—Cole Daurie (MP) won by forfeit; 113—Jagger Willard (MP) won by forfeit; 120—Dennis Senyak (MP) pinned James Heck 1:42; 126—Devin Fahlman (MP) pinned Evan Wu 3:58; 132—I. Wolde (L) dec. Greg Steele 11-7; 138—Kyle Tubbs (MP) pinned Bryan Juarez 3:03; 145—Justin Collier (MP) pinned Ingrid Najera :21; 152—Andy Hougan (MP) won by forfeit; 160—Alex Hatch (MP) won by forfeit; 170—Keith Pablo (MP) dec. Cole Anstice 19-2 (TF); 182—Erick Cervantes (MP) pinned Caleb Herr 2:53; 195—Dakota Guzman (MP) pinned Brandon Hawk :52; 220—Cesar Zatarain (MP) pinned Gibson Anetipa 1:08; 285—Adam Holston (MP) won by forfeit.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell wrestling team defeated Shorewood 43-33 and Lynnwood 66-24 in a double dual Dec. 15. The results against Shorewood were:

106—Nick Lotz (S) pinned Christany Pudelek (MG) :19; 113—Rhaye Sampson (S) won by forfeit; 120—Jon Mackney (MG) dec. Aiden Smith (S) 7-3; 126—Anthony LaBrake (MG) pinned Shinkwang Woo (S) 1:57; 132—Matthew McMillen (S) pinned Parker Siko (MG) 2:18; 138—Elias Thorn (S) pinned Gabriel Broome (MG) 3:40; 145—Skylar Elliot (MG) won by forfeit; 152—Michael Stewart (MG) pinned Sam Thurman (S) 1:56; 160—Jacob Carlson (MG) won by forfeit; 170—Devon Rose (MG) maj. dec. Phillip Ball (S) 19-8; 182—Shane (MG) pinned Esdras Valladares 3:43; 195—Troy Holloway-Beach (S) pinned Micah Hoot (MG) 1:00; 220—Troy Woodruff (MG) pinned Riley Teeters (S) :37; 285—Japhet Valladares (L) dec. Brett Engleman (MG) 8-1.

The results against Lynnwood were:

106—Christany Pudelek (MG) won by forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—John McKaney (MG) pinned James Heck 1:06; 126—Anthony LaBrake (MG) pinned Evan Wu 3:12; 132—Leul Wolde (L) pinned Parker Siko 1:27; 138—Gabriel Broome (MG) pinned Brayum Juarez :46; 145—Skylar Elliot (MG) pinned Ingrid Najera 1:08; 152—Michael Stewart (MG) won by forfeit; 160—Devon Rose (MG) won by forfeit; 170—Cole Anstice (L) pinned Shane Reichlin 3:23; 182—Caleb Hurr (L) pinned Conner Thompson 2:18; 195—Micah Hoot (MG) pinned Brandon Hawk 1:27; 220—Charlier Deidrick (MG) pinned Gibson Anetipa :54; 285—Brett Engleman (MG) won by forfeit.

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