MG boys and girls lose in basketball; M-P boys shine with Bevan but girls fall (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell boys basketball team lost to Stanwood 84-38 Jan. 19. Cameron Burns led the Chargers with 13 points. They will host Everett Jan. 26 at 7:15 p.m.

Colton Davis of Marysville Getchell attempts a lay up.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell boys basketball team lost to Stanwood 84-38 Jan. 19. Cameron Burns led the Chargers with 13 points. They will host Everett Jan. 26 at 7:15 p.m.

MARYSVILLE — Despite the Marysville-Pilchuck girls basketball team breaking away with big leads in the first two quarters, with a pressuring defense and 3-pointers made by Dominque Jenkins, the Tommies couldn’t sustain it, losing to Oak Harbor 44-38 Jan. 20.

Jenkins led M-P with 15 points and teammate Skyleen Inthathirath added 14. M-P plays Arlington Jan. 27 at 7:15 p.m.

STANWOOD — The Marysville Getchell girls basketball team fell short to Stanwood 68-41 Jan. 20.

Gabrielle Grandbois led MG with 13 points. MG plays Everett Jan. 27.

OAK HARBOR — Josh Bevan of Marysville-Pilchuck scored 34 points to put the Tomahawks over Oak Harbor 74-60 Jan. 19. M-P improved its record 4-9. They will play Arlington Jan. 26 at 7:15 p.m.

LOPEZ ISLAND — Josh Lukes of Tulalip’s boys basketball team shined with 27 points in a 50-37 win over Lopez Island Jan. 19, improving their record 7-2. The Hawks play at Orcas Christian Jan. 26 at 5 p.m.

Jan. 21

At Arlington, the host team outscored Marysville Getchell 12-4 in overtime to win 60-52.Drew Bryson led the winners with 18, followed by Donovan Sellgren with 19 and Brennon Wiersma with 10. Collin Montez led the losers with 16, and Cody Day contributed 14.Both teams have records of 7-8 overall, but Arlington is 3-2 in league and MG 1-4.

At Marysville-Pilchuck, the Tomahawks were outscored 32-14 in the third period, and Stanwood won going away 84-64.Chase Strieby scored 21 for the winners. Josh Bevan scored 30 in a losing effort, and Raequan Battle tallied 14.Stanwood improved to 5-0 in league, 11-4 overall, while M-P fell to 3-2, 4-10.

At Tulalip Heritage, the home team improved its league record to 8-2 as three players scored in double figures in a 64-38 romp over Providence Classical Christian.Robert Miles scored 20, and Josh Iukes and Willy Enick 15 each for the winners, who are 9-6 overall. PCC fell to 3-8 in league, 4-9 overall.

 

 

 

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