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Prep girls basketball: Mount Vernon Christian 62, Shoreline Christian 29

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MOUNT VERNON -- Jacqueline Case scored 24 points and Natalie Sakuma dished out 15 assists as Mount Vernon Christian knocked off Shoreline Christian to clinch the top seed to the 1B district tournament. Bella Hermesch led the Crusaders with 17 points.
At Mount Vernon Christian H.S.
Shoreline Christian 3 14 8 4 -- 29
Mount Vernon Christian 25 13 12 12 -- 62
Shoreline Christian--Jessica Hoogerhyde 9, Kari Holly 0, Sarah Ott, B. Meredith 0, Bella Hermesch 17, Abby Dekoekkoek 1, Abby Dekoekkoek 2, Natalie McPherson 0, Donia Ryder 0. Mount Vernon Christian--Natalie Sakuma 8, Kimber-Lynn Anderson 4, Amanda Lervick 2, Molli Kaptein 0, Jacqueline Case 24, Melyssa Whitener 0, Grace Kuipers 12, Carla Van Rooyen 8, Lindsay Noste 2, Kennedy Lucas 2, Ottey Weidenbach 0, Jenna Withers 0. 3-point goals--Hermesch 2, Kuipers 2, Case 3. Records--Shoreline Christian 3-3 league, 9-7 overall. Mount Vernon Christian 3-2, 12-6.
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