Tommies top Eagles in basketball and M-ville swimmers competed with Mariner (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball coach Bary Gould was pleased with younger players stepping up in the Tomahawks 57-45 win over Arlington Jan. 26.

Raequan Battle of Marysville-Pilchuck assists layup.

MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball coach Bary Gould was pleased with younger players stepping up in the Tomahawks 57-45 win over Arlington Jan. 26.

M-P senior Josh Bevan led with 17 points, but sophomores Josiah Gould added 16 and Freddy Brown scored 10, and freshman Raequan Battle scored six and grabbed eight rebounds.

“[Bevan] is creating so much for his teammates. He’s beginning to trust and believe in the younger kids and creating shots for them,” Gould said. “It’s fun when you have that balance between Josh” and the younger players.

And not to be outdone, Arlington’s Donovan Sellgren led the Eagles with 16 points and teammate Drew Bryson added 14.

M-P improved its record 5-10, and Arlington’s dropped 7-9. M-P plays Everett Feb. 2 at 7:15 p.m., and Arlington hosts Stanwood same date and time.

EVERETT — The Marysville Getchell girls basketball team scored 11 points in overtime to defeat Everett 45-36 Jan. 27. Mikail Montez led MG with 17 points. MG improved to 10-6. MG hosts Oak Harbor Feb. 3 at 7:15 p.m.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell boys swim team lost to Mariner 110-75 Jan. 26. M-P’s results were: 200 medley relay—Thomas Lindgren; John Snider; Nathaniel Ludwig; and Connor DeMarco first in 1:51.82; 50 freestyle—DeMarco first in 23.84; dives—Tyler Dukleth third scoring 175.10 points; 100 butterfly— Snider first in 1:00.31; and Lindgren second in 1:10.66; 100 freestyle—Joshua James second in 56.28; 200 relay— Snider, James, Ludwig and DeMarco first in 1:36.17; 100 backstroke— Snider first in 1:05.60; Lindgren second in 1:08.44; and James third in 1:17.55; 100 breaststroke—Laurence Ocampo second in 1:20.68; 400 relay— Dukleth; Simpson; John Thomas; and Carson Mielke third in 4:39.06.

Marysville-Pilchuck’s boys team lost to Mariner 121-63 in the same event. Their results were: 200 medley relay—Skyl Van Der Putten; Wyatt Yarbrough; Tyler Griffith; and Zachary Yarbrough second in 2:10.20; and Wykes; Anderson; Jack Gagon; and Brandon Carr third in 2:16.41; 200 individual medley relay—Van Der Putten second in 2:36.67; and Yarbrough third in 2:50.92; 50 freestyle—Tyler Griffith second in 26.37; dives—Kole Bradley Kuk third scoring 168.85 points; 100 butterfly— Van Der Putten first in 1:09.70; and Connor Gross third in 1:20.28; 500 freestyle—Griffith first in 6:19.86; 200 relay— Carr; Yarbrough; Van Der Putten and Griffith second 1:54.12; 100 backstroke—Jaeson Wykes first in 1:14.28; 100 breaststroke—Carr third in 1:24.33; 400 relay—Yarbrough; Anderson; Jared Edge; and Wykes third in 4:37.87.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell boys basketball team lost to Everett 48-35. Cody Day led MG with 10 points. MG’s record dropped to 7-9. MG plays at Oak Harbor Feb. 1 at 7:15 p.m.

 

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