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Published: Tuesday, January 8, 2013, 9:55 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon Christian 64, Cedar Park Christian (MLT) 16

MOUNT VERNON -- Grace Kuipers scored 16 points to help the Hurricanes defeat Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace. Sarah Dresler had seven points for the Lions.
At Mount Vernon Christian H.S.
Cedar Park Christian (Mountlake Terrace) 9 0 4 3 -- 16
Mount Vernon Christian 21 17 20 6 -- 64
Cedar Park Christian--Yasmine Judah 0, Sarah Dresler 7, Carolina Jimenez 0, Brianna Joki 3, Connie Korenovsky 0, Salome Yosef 6. Mount Vernon Christian--Natalie Sakuma 6, Kimber-Lynn Anderson 4, Amanda Lervick 3, Molli Kaptein 1, Hannah Camacho 0, Jacqueline Case 13, Melyssa Whitener 8, Grace Kuipers 16, Lindsay Noste 8, Kennedy Lucas 2, Ottey Weidenbach 0, Jenna Withers 0. 3-point goals--Joki, Kuipers. Records--Cedar Park Christian 3-7 overall. Mount Vernon Christian 9-4.

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Story tags » Cedar Park Christian SchoolHigh School Basketball

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