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Prep girls basketball: Stanwood 58, Oak Harbor 32

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OAK HARBOR -- Behind Rachel Swartz's 14 points and seven rebounds, Stanwood defeated Oak Harbor 58-32 on Friday night to clinch a Wesco 3A North title.
Adding to Swartz's scoring output was Tristan Murphy's 12 points and four rebounds.
"We were very fortunate tonight," said Spartans head coach Dennis Kloke. "We played all nine players. I can't really single any girls out. We're the type of team that isn't going to have a player score 20 every night. (Tristan) Murphy, Rachel (Swartz) and (Jillian) Jacobs have more points than the other kids (this season) because of the situation of the game. We tend to take advantage of our posts."
The top performer for the Wildcats was Annie Leete, who finished with 17 points and three 3-pointers in the loss.
At Oak Harbor H.S.
Stanwood 10 16 15 17 -- 58
Oak Harbor 7 13 10 2 -- 32
Stanwood--Sierra Palmer 5, Lauren Allison 2, Julia Heichel 6, Samantha Powell 9, Haley Strowbridge 6, Jillian Jacobs 4, Janea Taylor 0, Kylie Wright 0, Rachel Swartz 14, Tristan Murphy 12. Oak Harbor--Natalie Fiallos 0, Elizabeth Lym 0, Jinai Guzman 0, Deja Bunch 2, Jalani Bobo 1, Kelsey Rankin 4, Ciera Wiser 8, Annie Leete 17, Hayley Lundstrom 0, AnnaBelle Whitefoot 0, Peplinski 0. 3-point goals--Palmer 1, Heichel 2, Powell 1, Strowbridge 2, Leete 3. Records--Stanwood 9-0 league, 13-2 overall. Oak Harbor 2-7, 5-11.

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