All 4 local boys basketball teams win (slide show)

All four local high school basketball teams won their games Friday night.

At Marysville-Pilchuck, the Tommies turned a close game into a route, outscoring visiting Shorecrest 25-9 in the fourth quarter to win 61-47.

M-P standout RaeQuan Battle did not score in the first half, but tallied 19 in the second to lead M-P.

Cameron Stordahl scored 14, Aaron Kalab 9, Ethan Jackson 6, Luke Dobler and Brady Phelps 5 each and T.J. Severn had 3.

The Tommies took a 14-13 first-period lead with Jackson getting assists to Phelps and Stordahl, Kalab scoring inside and hitting a 3, and Stordahl scoring on an alley oop pass from Phelps and on a short jumper. M-P could not stop 6-foot-9 Calvin Acker inside, though, as he matched Stordahl’s six points.

The Tommies went in front 18-13 on a bucket by Stordahl and Phelps’s assist to Jackson, but then the Scots went on a 16-5 run to make it 29-23 at halftime.

Battle finally scored with 6:48 left in the third period, and he went on to tally seven that quarter, but the home team still trailed 38-36 to start the final stanza.

Dobler had been out for a number of games due to injury, but his 3 with 6:18 left put the home team ahead to stay 43-40. When Acker fouled out with 5:43 to play the Tommies took off, outscoring the Scots 14-4 the rest of the way. Battle scored 10 of those points on a 3, after an offensive rebound, on a drive and after an assist from Kalab. He also assisted on a bucket by Stordahl.

Meanwhile, Shorewood played Arlington even in the first and last quarters, but in the middle the Eagles outscored the home team 38-21 to claim a 77-59 victory.

Only five Eagles scored with Josh Gutierrez leading the way with 21, Anthony Whitis 20, Griffin Gardoski 17, Will Abram 15 and Ryan Brown 4.

At Lynnwood, Marysville Getchell came away with a 60-48 win.

Malakhi Knight led the way with 29, followed by Caleb Koellmer and Chase Showalter with 9 each, Lul William with 6, Josiah Koellmer 3 and with 2 each Mejinta Adams-Taylor and Jesse Donk 2 each.

At Mount Baker in a 2A game, Lakewood led 44-31 at halftime then held on for a 76-72 win after being outscored 24-15 in the third period.

Alex Jensen and Machai Harris led the way with 23 and 21 points, followed by Morgan Stacey with 14, Alex Coleman with 13 and Jared Taylor with 5.

Girls basketball 

At Marysville Getchell, the home team beat Lynnwood 58-39 Friday behind Mikhail Montez’s 24 points. Sydney Norton added 11 in the Wesco 3A game.

Other scorers: Kiki Green 8, Maddy Grandbois and Kortney Crane 6 each, Brionna Palm 2 and Madison Hagglund 1.

Also, Arlington outscored Shorewood 34-9 in the second and third quarters on its way to a 45-16 victory.

Keira Marsh paced the Eagles with 14 points, and Makenzie Gage added 10. Other scorers: Allison DeBerry 8; Hailey Hiatt 6; Mackenzie Fischer and Josie Stupey 2 each; and Abby Schwark, Georgia Arnold and Jackie Stupey 1 apiece.

In another game, Shorecrest beat M-P 65-17.

Boys wrestling

Marysville-Pilchuck tied for 25th with 35 points in the Gut Check Wrestling Tournament Friday at Kent’s ShoWare Center.

Toppenish had 102.5 points.

The Tommies had four wrestlers still in action in the consolation rounds: Austin Davis at 126 pounds; Nick Cantu at 132; 145: Isaiah Galindo at 145; and Cayden White at 170.

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