Lakewood’s team hosted a scramble Wednesday night with Oak Harbor, Burlington-Edison, Mount Baker, Ferndale, La Connor and Anacortes participating.
The Cougars had an impressive start with Torrance Blackwood at 115 pounds, Ashtyn Falor at 120, Cassidy O’Hara at 125, Olivia Poulton at 130 and Annistazia Kramer at 145 pounds all winning with pins in the first round.
Sarah Skegrud, at 140 pounds, had one of the most-exciting matches of the night, losing 9-8 but just falling short of a near fall as the final buzzer sounded.
In another match at 145 pounds, Hailey Schoenbachler lost by pin.
Jackson Schultz came off the bench to score all 13 of his points in the fourth quarter and overtime to help the Cougars erase an 11-point deficit and beat Sedro-Woolley 79-73 Tuesday in a Northwest 2A matchup.
“Having bench guys like Jackson step up was the most pivotal part of the game,” Lakewood coach Anthony Wiederkehr said. “We haven’t had much bench production this year, and those guys played great defense, too.”
Five Lakewood (9-3 overall, 5-1 league) players reached double figures, paced by Alex Jensen’s 21, Morgan Stacey’s 19, Shae Dixon’s 11 and Alex Coleman’s 10. Machai Harris was held to 3 points and Jared Taylor 2.
The Cougars fell to Sedro-Woolley 43-33 Tuesday
After leading 41-31 at halftime, the Eagle boys were outscored 25-12 in the third quarter and couldn’t catch up, losing to Edmonds-Woodway Wednesday night 74-71.
Mutdung Bol was a force for the winners, scoring 38 points.
For Arlington, Josh Gutierrez scored 24, Anthony Whitis 15, Griffin Gardoski 9, Ethan Martin 8, Will Abram 6 and Max Smith 3.
The Eagles lost a close one to Stanwood Tuesday 40-38.
Stanwood won the first four matches before Kristian Fairbanks won by pin in 1 minute, 10 seconds. Teammate Levi Wiseman followed with another pin at 195 pounds in 3:58. At 220 pounds, Cole Hahn won by pin in 4:48.
After another Eagle loss, Casten Tollenaar won 3-0 at 106 pounds. Arlington won by forfeit then at 120 pounds Dorian Tollenaar won by technical fall 18-1. At 126 pounds, Trevor Latta won by pin in 1:18. But the Eagles lost their lead and the match when their final two wrestlers were pinned.
The Eagles girls basketball team beat Lynnwood 56-48 Tuesday.
Keira Marsh led the winners with 13, followed by Allison Deberry’s 12, Josie Stupey with 11, Hailey Haitt and Sierra Sheppele scored 6 each, Abby Schwark 3 and with 2 each Abbey Hassing and Makenzie Gage.
The Chargers zoomed past Archbishop Murphy Wednesday night 62-40.
Malakhi Knight tallied 31, Josiah Koellmer 11, Jesse Donk 9, Caleb Koellmer 8 and Lul William 3.
MG got by Oak Harbor Wednesday night 40-31.
Trey Padgett got the first win for the Chargers at 138 points with a pin in 5 minutes, 34 seconds. At 152 pounds, Jesus Cabadas won a 13-5 major decision then at 160 pounds Chris Bonner won by pin in 1:37. At 170 pounds, Andrew Cantu won a hard-fought 4-2 decision. MG won two more matches by forfeit before at 220 pounds Caleb Blonk won by pin in 4:40. Elias Durham won a close match 9-8 at 285 pounds for the home team’s last points. Oak Harbor won the last four matches to make it close.
MG improved to 9-2 with a 35-29 win at Shorewood Tuesday night.
The tight defensive battle was especially evident in the third quarter when the visitors outscored the home team 12-4 after it was tied 18-18 at halftime.
Mikail Montez and Maddy Grandbois led the winners with 13 and 11 points. Kortney Crane added 5, and scoring 2 apiece were Kiki Green, Brionna Palm and Alexus Atkins.
MG lost to Snohomish 125-56 and to Glacier Peak 131-49 Tuesday.
RaeQuan Battle scored 12 of his game-high 26 points in the fourth quarter to help M-P beat Meadowdale 53-45 in a Wesco 3A boys basketball game Wednesday.
Battle netted 20 in the second half for the Tomahawks (10-3 overall, 7-0 Wesco 3A), who went into the locker room tied with the Mavericks 21-21.
Other Tommies scorers: Ethan Jackson 9, Luke Dobler 7, Brady Phelps 5, Cameron Stordahl 4 and Aaron Kalab 2.
The Tommies squad fell to Mountlake Terrace Tuesday night 46-31.
Miriah Summers led M-P with 14 points, followed by Alex Grimm with 9, Madyson Baxter 6 and Georgia Bradley 2.