Arlington, M-P tune up for Jan. 23 showdown with wins; Lakewood wrestlers

  • Thursday, January 17, 2019 9:53am
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Both Arlington and Marysville-Pilchuck look all tuned up for their showdown next week.

The Eagles play the Tomahawks Jan. 23 at 7:15 p.m. at M-P.

Both won Wednesday as M-P improved to 12-3 and Arlington 11-4. In Wesco 3A, M-P is 9-0, while Arlington is 7-2.

Thirteen players got to see court time as Arlington easily beat Everett 62-27.

Arlington, 7-2 in Wesco 3A, was led by senior guard Anthony Whitis with 20 points. The Seagulls fell to 2-13.

Josh Gutierrez added 13 points, Caden Smith 9, Will Abram 7, Griffin Gardoski 5, Joseph Schmidt and Ryan Brown 3 each and Michael Tsoukalas 2.

M-P won at Snohomish 64-50.

RaeQuan Battle scored 20, Luke Dobler 11, Cameron Stordahl 9, Aaron Kalab 7, Alec Jones-Smith 6, Ethan Jackson and T.J. Severn 4 each, and Brady Phelps 3.

Boys wrestling

Lakewood took on Ferndale at home Wednesday. Results were not reported.

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