Anderson found ways to score despite a lot of pressure from the Panthers.
"(Sierra) did a real good job of keeping her composure (tonight)," said Timberwolves' head coach Jeannie Boyer. "(Snohomish) put a lot of pressure on her throughout and she kept her cool."
Anderson also converted on a rare four-point play in the third quarter that swung momentum Jackson's for the remainder of the second half.
Boyer also gave credit to one of her younger bench players that stepped up.
"I'd really like to give Martina Mason credit for the way she played," said Boyer. "(Faithaleen) Lopez-Flores got into foul trouble early, Mason scored four points (coming off the bench) and just really stepped up in the first quarter."
At Snohomish H.S.
Jackson 7 8 14 20 -- 0
Snohomish 15 7 6 17 -- 0
Jackson--Brooke Kingma 6, Faithaleen Lopez-Flores 2, Sierra Anderson 24, Shailanna Clinton 0, Mary Charleston, Sierra Hagans 6, Rachel Nies 0, Anna Johnson 7, Martina Mason 4, Drew Lochnane 0, Emily Boyd 0. Snohomish--Morgan Green 3, Ellie Otteson 6, Hannah Berntson 8, Shaylee Harwood 0, Callie Harwood 7, Kayla Lachapelle 3, Madeline Smith 12, Paige Helms 4, Bailey Armbruster 2, Tara Harms 0. 3-point goals--Otteson 1, Lachappelle 1, Harwood 1, Kingma 1, Anderson 2. Records--Jackson 7-1 league, 8-4 overall. Snohomish 4-3, 9-4.
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