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Published: Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 8:15 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Tulalip Heritage 49, Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 30

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -- Adiya Jones-Smith paced Tulalip Heritage with 21 points, 10 of which helped the Hawks to a solid first quarter lead. Kanoa Enik's 11 fourth quarter points cemented the nonleague win for Tulalip Heritage in its season opener. Hailey Carlson had a double-double for Cedar Park Christian in the loss, scoring 11 with 10 rebounds.
At Cedar Park Christian H.S.
Tulalip Heritage 12 12 7 18 -- 49
Cedar Park Christian 6 4 13 7 -- 30
Tulalip Heritage--Kanoa Enik 11, Adiya Jones-Smith 21, Justice Vela 7, Michelle Iukes 2, Destiny White 0, Monique Moses 0, Wendy Jimicum 8. Cedar Park Christian--Hailey Carlson 11, Leanna Mapel 6, Connie Korenovsky 0, Sarah Dresler 7, Carolina Jimenez 0, Brianna Joki 6, Salome Yosef 0, Yasmin Judah 0. 3-point goals--Dresler 1, Joki 2, Enik 1, Vela 1, Jimicum 1. Records--Tulalip Heritage 1-0 overall. Cedar Park Christian 0-2.

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Story tags » Tulalip Heritage SchoolCedar Park Christian SchoolHigh School Basketball

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