M-P girls win; so do boys (twice) and wrestlers (slide show)

  • Monday, December 31, 2018 11:45am
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MARYSVILLE – The Marysville-Pilchuck girls basketball team hadn’t won a game in two years.

But it won its third game of the season Thursday night, beating Granite Falls 57-34.

Mariah Summers has been a key player in the turnaround, and she was again against the Tigers scoring 30 points.

The first half was a little too close for comfort as they Tommies led just 10-9 after one quarter and 27-21 at halftime. But in the second half, M-P exploded for 30 points, compared with 13 for the visitors. Lauren Lewis added 14 points for the Tomahawks. Alex Grimm added 7, and scoring 2 apiece were MacKenzie Konsor, Madyson Baxter and Georgia Bradley.

Boys wrestling

M-P’s boys wrestling team bested O’Dea 54-27 Friday at O’Dea.

Winning by pin for the Tommies were: at 195 pounds Cayden White in 21 seconds; at 132 pounds Austin Davis in 40 seconds; at 138 pounds Nick Cantu in 50 seconds; at 145 pounds Isaiah Woods in 1 minute and 1 second; at 160 pounds Ahmad Humond in 1:25; at 285 pounds Jeff Roullier in 2:36; and at 152 pounds Isaiah Galindo in 4:37.

Mauro Begar, at 170 pounds, and Jake Elwood, at 182, won by forfeit. M-P lost three matches by forfeit, and Tanner Lauzon lost 9-8 at 126 pounds.

Boys basketball

The M-P boys played in the Mountlake Terrace Holiday Tournament Friday and Saturday. The first night they beat Sedro-Woolley 69-66. The second day they beat Lakeside 56-48.

No more information was reported from either game.

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