Short-handed Lakewood boys win; M-P, MG swimmers fair well

  • Friday, January 18, 2019 4:56pm
  • Sports

LAKEWOOD

Boys basketball

Alex Jensen scored 33 points and had seven steals to lead Lakewood to a 63-54 win at Bellingham Thursday.

The Cougars jumped out to a 22-10 first-quarter lead and sailed from there.

Jensen had to pick up the scoring load as three starters are out for unreported reasons. Jared Taylor and Jackson Schultz added 10 points each for Lakewood, which is 12-4 overall and 7-2 in the 2A Northwest Conference.

Adding 3 points apiece were Shae Dixon, Kaiden Harrison and Ethan Saxton, while Sean Phillips scored 1.

Girls basketball

The Lakewood girls played at Blaine but results were not reported.

MARYSVILLE

Boys swimming

Mount Vernon beat Marysville Getchell 101-62 and Marysville Pilchuck 122-34, Thursday.

Despite the team scores, the Marysville squads had some impressive individual performances.

Jesse Nahinu of MG won the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2 minutes, 7.74 seconds, beating his seed time by 6 1/2 seconds. Teammate Andrew Christensen was second.

Nahinu also was second in the 100 breaststroke.

Ian Meetsma was second in the 50 free with a time of 24.93 seconds. Meetsma also was second in the 100 free in 53.12 seconds.

In diving, Andrew Kallio of M-P again won, this time with 230.7 points. Teammate Daniel Kirkwood was second.

MG’s Kameron Wilkes won the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:02.6.

MG’s 200 free relay team placed second with Nahinu, Nicholas Carlson, Christensen and Justin Orellana competing.

Hunter Brown of MG was second in the 100 backstroke, just missing first place by .3 seconds.

In the 400 free relay, MG was second with Collin Black, Hunter, Wilkes and Nahinu.

Girls basketball

MG beat Everett 66-47, and M-P got by Oak Harbor 36-32 Thursday, but stats were not reported for either game.

ARLINGTON

Girls basketball

Arlington beat Renton Thursday 74-42. Josie Stupey led the way with 19 points, followed by Kiera Marsh with 14, Allison Deberry 10, Hailey Hiatt 9, Sierra Sheppele 8; Abby Schwark, Mackenzie Fischer, Molly Janousek and Ella Strittmatter with 3 apiece; and Georgia Arnold had 2.

More in Sports

Lakewood stuns No. 1 B-E to advance to state

Lakewood’s boys basketball team made school history Tuesday night, upsetting top-ranked Burlington-Edison… Continue reading

Arlington girls advance to state; MG eliminated

For the sixth time in eight years, Arlington’s girls basketball team is… Continue reading

17 local wrestlers going to state – 4 as champions

The local area will be sending 17 wrestlers, including three girls and… Continue reading

After losing to Arlington, MG to play Eagles again after playoff win

The Arlington Eagles play basketball like a race-car driver - they put… Continue reading

4 Marysville swimmers going to state

Led by their divers at the Wesco 3A Districts in Snohomish over… Continue reading

All 4 local prep boys teams, 2 girls teams start post-season basketball playoffs

Local teams start high school basketball playoffs starting Wednesday. The Marysville Getchell… Continue reading

Aaron Kalab of M-P goes after the ball. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)
M-P, Lakewood, Arlington host playoff games; MG on the road

A few weeks ago, it looked like the Wesco North boys basketball… Continue reading

25 local wrestlers advance to regionals – 8 as champions

MARYSVILLE Boys wrestling Five wrestlers won weight championships at the 3A District… Continue reading

Most Read